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Mobile mapping platforms

High-precision 3D measurement systems enable the research and implementation of innovative solutions for the automated creation of digital twins.

Our nationally unique research infrastructure is capable of producing spatial digital twins. Vehicle-based, airborne and terrestrial laser scanners are used for high-precision surveying of the environment to generate output data for automated derivation of digital images of reality, 3D models and high-precision reference maps (UHDmaps®).

Body on the vehicle

The Riegl VMX-2HA is the latest generation of RIEGL's vehicle-based mobile mapping system. It is used on a measuring vehicle to measure the road surface with millimetre accuracy. Two laser scanners record 3.6 million measurement points per second, 7 cameras and a panoramic camera can record 114 megapixels.

Survey drones 

The drone is a fully integrated system for UAV-based surveying tasks. With a weight of 11 kg and a payload capacity of 7 kg, it can carry a laser scanner, an optical camera and a thermal camera, and can cover 2 km² per flight.

Terrestrial laser scanner laser scanner

Our state-of-the-art 3D laser scanning system combines the simultaneous acquisition of scan and image data with a special processing architecture. The system provides advanced signal processing (waveform processing, multi-target capability), automatic on-board registration and georeferencing using RTK-based positioning. 

Mobile laser scanner

The Viametris MS-96 is a modular, mobile laser scanning system for indoor and outdoor surveys that can be used in a backpack or vehicle configuration. It consists of a panoramic camera combined with two LiDARs capable of capturing up to 960,000 points/sec. A GNSS receiver with a high performance IMU enables the implementation of SLAM techniques.


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Patrick Luley
Head of research group


Institute for Digital Technologies
Lakeside B13b,
Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

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