3D Laser Scanning Accessories
Supplying a full range of accessories for our portfolio of 3D laser scanners
Leica Geosystems offers a wide range of original accessories for whatever your job requires. Benefit from the quality, precision and reliability of Original Accessories – perfectly suited for Leica Geosystems measuring equipment.
No other accessories compare to those developed and produced by Leica Geosystems. You’ll experience the difference: truly optimised for your measuring equipment and enabling maximum performance.
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Expand your laser scanning hours with AC power supplies – extra batteries and chargers are invaluable on large projects and tight completion schedules.
Targets are the ideal accessory for registration and quality assurance. They allow for accurate georeferencing of scans to known control points, accurate registration of multiple scans to each other, and valuable quality assurance for individual scans.
Target mounts make it easy to place targets wherever a scan requires, from metal pipes to control points in midair where a tripod is needed. They can be left in place indefinitely or easily moved to the next location.
Individualised, heavy-duty tripods are available for the 3D laser scanner portfolio.
Surveying & Engineering
Exact scan of two cooling towers
Scan till you drop
Exploring the rate of climate change from deep in the Earth
Game on with laser scanning
Fitting together pieces of a puzzle
When every millimetre counts
Creating a new ski jump complex
How Hollis captures, processes, manages and delivers reality capture data
Surveying Germany's biggest aqua park
Capturing reality in one of the world's busiest airports
Leaving a legacy in Vietnam with surveying & laser scanning technology
Building Construction / AEC
Reality capture for BIM
From paper maps to laser scans
Speeding up BIM-reconstruction
From tape to point cloud
Using laser scanning technology for retail redevelopment
Gilbert-Ash Constructs Mayhew Theatre at the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office
Off the boat, into the air
Advancing Mexico's transportation infrastructure
Improving the railway infrastructure of a capital city
Scan, spans and automobiles
Mirroring reality for rail
Setting the world's shortest railway back on track
Protecting heritage with upgraded rail clearance
Plants & Ships
Plain sailing with 3D plant design
SOS shipbuilding on scans
Sweet success in plant documentation
Bringing safety, productivity with laser scanning
Leica Geosystems laser scanners and Hexagon PPM 3D design software access 'true reality'
Revolutionising the luxury yacht building industry with laser scanning
How Element6 delivers the future of Plant Engineering with laser scanning
Renovating complex structures with 3D laser scanning
Fighting time and tide to capture a 5-hectare coastal construction site in 3D
How Johnson's County is recreating crime scenes with laser scanning
Changing the game for public safety professionals with the world's fastest laser scanner
Transforming reality into photorealistic Virtual Reality with laser scanning
The reality capture of Ellis Island
Digitising the mighty Taj Mahal
Predicting the future by analysing the past
The lower, the safer
Preserving mankind's past from mother nature's quake
Transforming Ayacucho into a digital city
Digitising Frank Lloyd Wright's desert laboratory
Digitalising the Spanish Royal Palace with laser scanning
Transforming ruins to 3D models
Preserving digitally Hukuru Miskiy
Capturing Egypt’s Sistine Chapel with the BLK360
Unveiling the mystery - an ancient water clock with laser scanning
Preserving Romania's speleological heritage with point cloud and GNSS data
From the laser scanner to the office in near real time
Science & Education
Protecting the Alpine Rhine Valley from flooding