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LiDAR USA Announces FARO X330 Integration

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Tuesday, February 25th 2014
LiDAR USA | Huntsville, AL USA


LiDAR USA Announces FARO X330 Integration

 LiDAR USA is proud to announce the integration of the FARO FOCUS X330 into ScanLook.

In October 2013, FARO released the FOCUS X330 at Intergeo and then to the US audience at the FARO conference in Orlando. In late January 2014, a FARO representative provided us the opportunity to try the X330 on ScanLook. In just a few short hours the system was calibrated and collecting data.

The difference in results of scans from the FOCUS 120 and the X330 were readily apparent. The results from the X330 were much more appealing to the eye with a better sampling of intensity, less noisy data, and an improved range. More testing is required to determine what sort of range is truly possible with the X330 in mobile mode. In any case, the X330 is a definite improvement and will benefit ScanLook users for their mobile scanning.

LiDAR USA is pleased to continue to offer the latest FARO scanning technology with its ScanLook products. Visit www.LiDARUSA.com for more information including processed point cloud data and video samples.

About LiDAR USA

LiDAR USA, also known as Fagerman Technologies, is a family owned business just outside of Huntsville, AL. LiDAR USA specializes in laser scanning, photogrammetry, instrumentation and all things geomatics. Years of experience working on best-in-class products have developed our sense of quality and leadership necessary to build only the best systems.

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