Portable Handsfree Scanner (PHF-SCAN3D)
The PHF-SCAN3D is specifically designed for hands-free operation under unpredictable environments in underground mines. This specially engineered system is a perfect multi-use tool for your advanced 3D laser data capture and mobility needs in underground mines for mapping and scanning mine tunnels, shafts and other openings. You can scan while you walk around. The scanner that makes use of two laser sensors, compactly fitted inside a back pack will generate accurate 3D point clouds by employing Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM) algorithm to combine the 2D laser scan data with scanner position.
This competitively priced system can be used by anyone, including those new to surveying and laser scanning as it is easy to carry and use . Accurate 3D point clouds are rapidly captured for further processing and analysis. The 3D mapping system is based on Clickmox Solution's proprietary software that allows generation of accurate point cloud . From the point cloud, the system generates the map in three dimensions.
The system comes with a modeling software to help create meshes and surfaces over the point clouds. The software can also be used to register the point cloud with the local coordinate system. The is generally desirable in mining operations to facilitate archiving the map in mine CAD system for mine designing and future reference.
Clickmox provides onsite hands-on training to ensure proper operation of the system by mine personnel.
Portable and lightweight Laser scanner.
User-friendly system and a high speed laser scanner used for generating point clouds and capturing detailed 3D maps and images of underground mines.
Based on SLAM algorithm for positioning and mapping.
Safe and cost effective 3D localization and mapping tool.
3D profiling and mapping of underground areas including drifts, stopes and ore passes.
Convergence monitoring in underground mine openings.
Underground mine surveying.
Air quality and radiation measurements (optional sensing systems available).
operation in GPS-deprived zones.