Leica ALS80 Airborne LiDAR Sensor

High-performance airborne sensor for urban mapping and utility corridor surveys

Leica ALS80 Airborne LiDAR Sensor

Efficient from low to high altitudes

The Leica ALS80 is a single family of airborne LiDAR sensors that offers speed and flexibility without compromising on quality and accuracy. The affordable LiDAR system features industry leading 1.0 MHz pulse rates and allows you to produce high density point clouds for general purpose mapping in a fraction of the time and to perform high-AGL mapping with nearly 8 km swath.

Most widely used topographic LiDAR sensor

With a couple of hundred units in service the Leica ALS80 is field proven in every corner of the world. It is used in applications such as county and state-wide mapping, damage assessment, forestry and extreme terrain mapping in all environments and at temperatures of up to 40 °C.

Ultimate flexibility and modularity

Three planar scan patterns give you control over all scanning parameters, meeting the most challenging data acquisitions with efficiency and accuracy. Acquire even point density across the swath and set any field of view from narrow to wide.

The unique modular design of the Leica ALS80 offers full flexibility for every application. Any Leica ALS80-CM can become a Leica ALS80-HP at the user’s site or can be factory-reconfigured into a Leica ALS80-UP. To expand into forestry and environmental areas, you can add the optional Leica Full Waveform Digitiser at any time or in any location.

  • Leica ALS80-CM: For city and corridor mapping applications from lower flying heights
  • Leica ALS80-HP: Supports general purpose mapping at the most widely used flying heights
  • Leica ALS80-UP: High-altitude variant, allowing the market’s highest flying heights, for wide-area mapping on a state or national level

Integrated post-processing workflow

Leica ALS80 systems come complete with peripheral products and software that provide a seamless workflow from mission planning through point cloud generation.

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