Optech announces the ILRIS Scan workflow software suite

Optech, the world leader in the development, manufacture and support of advanced lidar and camera survey instruments, is pleased to announce the release of the ILRIS Scan software suite for its ILRIS Terrestrial Laser Scanner product line, which brings ILRIS operational efficiency to a new level. Developed in co-operation with Gexcel Srl, ILRIS Scan is a completely integrated workflow application suite that leverages a powerful, fully functional API to control the ILRIS, optionally integrate cameras, and process its data. With the introduction of ILRIS Scan, users can now efficiently operate their sensor, collect data, process the results and visualize the final point cloud, all in one easy-to-use program.
 
In addition to integrating all ILRIS survey functions into one solution, ILRIS Scan also introduces a modernized and user-friendly interface that automatically adapts to the sensor configuration in use. This simplified interface takes the guesswork out of ILRIS operations for beginners while providing power users full flexibility in both operating the scanner and processing data.
 
“We are very enthusiastic about this release,” said Dave Adams, Optech’s Business Manager of Static 3D Mapping Systems. “By integrating the data collection, processing and visualization functions into a single application, ILRIS Scan greatly improves operator efficiency. The new interface will also simplify the operation of the instrument and improve ease of use during analysis and processing.”
 
The ILRIS Scan software suite is available for purchase by current ILRIS users starting October 7, 2013, and will be shipped with all future ILRIS orders. Visitors can see the power of ILRIS Scan in action at the Optech booth (Stands # F3.059 and F3.062) at INTERGEO 2013 on October 8-10 in Essen, Germany (www.intergeo.de).

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