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LiDAR USA Announces STIM300 Integration

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Wednesday, February 5th 2014
Fagerman Technologies, Inc., LiDAR USA | Huntsville, AL USA


LiDAR USA Announces STIM300 Integration

LiDAR USA Announces STIM300 Integration February 6, 2014 LiDAR USA, innovators in technology exploitation, integrates the NovAtel STIM300 into ScanLook Snoopy. Huntsville, Alabama – (February 6, 2014) LiDAR USA, is proud to announce the integration of the NovAtel STIM300 INS into ScanLook Snoopy.

Late in 2013 NovAtel released the STIM300 IMU from Sensonor as part of their INS line of positioning products. After receiving a system in January 2014 the STIM300 was added to the ScanLook Snoopy mobile mapping system. In just over an hour the system was running and collecting data leading to accurate and economical LiDAR point cloud data.

The STIM300 appears to be delivering as promised with nearly FOG-like results. LiDAR USA is pleased to continue to offer the latest NovAtel INS technology with its ScanLook products allowing users a variety of choices in performance, size, weight, and price. 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.

For further information, please contact: Jeff Fagerman 256 274 1616 Skype: Jeff.Fagerman jeff@lidarusa.com

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