Application of laser scanner for the collection of data on various size objects

Agricultural University of Cracow

This paper shows areas of implementation of airborne laser scanning (LIDAR), terrestrial scanners and submillimetre scanners. Basic components of scanning systems, possibility of data logging and processing are also presented. This paper shows examples of products which can be deliverable to customers.

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