The Leica Pegasus:Backpack and the Leica DMC III, announced this week at HxGN LIVE, are taking the geospatial industry to the next level.
A first in wearable reality capture
The Leica Pegasus:Backpack is the industry’s first wearable reality-capture technology.
The latest innovation in the Leica Geosystem’s mobile mapping portfolio combines cameras and LiDAR profiler with the lightness of carbon fiber chassis and high-ergonomic design for an extensive survey-grade 3D map of indoor and outdoor features and asset management for engineering or professional documentation creation.
“This technology is position-agnostic, meaning it can work without GPS,” said Staurt Woods, Geospatial Solutions Division vice-president. “Now measurement professionals can document reality-capture data indoors, outdoors, underground and really anywhere they need to work.”
Breaking new ground in airborne mapping
The Leica DMC III is the world’s largest single frame camera.
This newest airborne sensor by Leica Geosystems uses all-new CMOS sensor technology to offer the world’s largest swath generation capability by a single frame – 25,000 pixels.
“With the new sensor technology, our customers will enjoy a 50 percent flight cost reduction, more flying opportunities, higher image quality, and fully-integrated workflow,” said Klaus Neumann, Airborne Imagining Sensors Technical Sales vice-president. “Engineers, urban planners and national mapping agencies can now capture 3D aerial data faster and at less cost than ever before.”
The Leica Pegasus: Backpack and the Leica DMC III will both be available in September of this year.