"High-performance airborne sensor for urban mapping and utility corridor surveys." ALS70 is a compact laser-based system designed for the acquisition of high-density topographic and return signal intensity data from a variety of airborne platforms, at flying heights up to 5000 m AGL. The data is computed using range and return signal intensity measurements recorded in flight along with position and attitude measurements from an airborne GNSS/inertial subsystem. The ALS70 falls into the category of airborne instrumentation known as LIDAR (LIght Detection And Ranging). This document establishes the minimum requirements for the ALS70, referred to as “the system” herein
Leica ALS 70 • Up to 500 KHz Pulse • FOV 0⁰ - 75⁰ • Full Waveform • Unlimited range returns from each outbond pulse in greater detail • AutoScan : automatically adjust scan rate in speed aircraft varies • Double scan rate
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LiDAR and Digital Photogrammetry
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