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Reflectorless laser technology is being used fora wide range of professional field measurement applications.
From measuring a distance, height or elevation value to verifying an azimuth direction or remote position with GPS, Laser Technology’s products can help you do it all. Our laser rangefinders are an ideal tool for forestry, natural resource management, general construction, utilities, mining and even telecommunication applications.GIS is becoming a huge part in all these disciplines and by utilizing our lasers for your field data collection, it can help you save time, money and resources.

It's more important than ever to start considering alternative measurement tools because times are tough. The world's economic condition is requiring everyone to start increasingtheir productivity with fewer resources. This is why our motto is "Measure More. Move Less." and is why Laser Technology's Professional Measurement division exists today. The limitations found with conventional measurement tools have been slowing youdown long enough. The days of tape measures, measuring wheels and height sticks will soon be gone.

GIS /GPS Mapping

GIS /GPS Mapping
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Mobile AccessYes
TypeWireless

GIS GPS Mapping OverviewMap More, Move Less

Today's GIS professionals are in the field continuously managing environmental information, measuring and locating assets, and conducting research much more than they are at their desks. GPS technology assists with not only knowing what is out there, but also where on earth it is positioned. Some positions are easier than others.

For those times when an accurate GPS fix just cannot be achieved, Laser Technology has your back. Each target measured by our rugged and weatherproof TruPulse 360R laser rangefinder includes range, inclination azimuth data used to calculate the remote GPS coordinate from your current position integrated with your Mobile GIS system. Realize complete freedom by combining your GPS with a pocket-sized TruPulse 360 to accurately position any target anywhere with just one shot.

Your Measurement, Personified

In addition to obtaining position data for all your assets and features, you can measure the slope distances, inclinations, azimuths, heights, and spans to any position from any position in just two shots. Easily add height or elevation data as an attribute and start collecting more field data in a lot less time. Attribute options are only limited by the field data collection software you are currently using.

Awaken Your Inner GIS

Our groundbreaking technology lets you capture accurate compass data without inclination limitations. This unique laser can be pitched or rolled in any direction, and it will still measure the correct azimuth within one degree. No other all-in-one compass/laser can do this!

 

Also, with its 7-power magnification and long-range capabilities, there is no target out of reach. With our compact and cost-effective laser, why not use a laser to map all your data points? The less you move, the more you save in time and resources. Our reflectorless technology will pay for itself by the time you complete your first GIS project.

Using GPS laser offsets for mapping is right there at your fingertips, fieldwork has now become easier with the use of LTI's laser rangefinders.

Most GIS field data collection software already works together with a TruPulse 360 laser, so it is likely you can incorporate remote positioning into your workflow with very little investment.

 

All LTI laser rangefinders are compatible with ERSI's ArcPad®, Trimble's TerraSync and other popular GPS handhelds and data collection software. Instantly download all your laser measurements using the standard RS232 serial port or optional Bluetooth®.

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Public Works

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Public Works

From designing complex sewer/wastewater systems to keeping the streets clean and properly managed, or verifying bridge clearances to measuring slopes for drainage data, there is a demand for a more efficient GIS data collection process. Public Works professionals need to have current and up-to-date records of the location and condition of all their assets. Spatial and attribute information needs to be shared with other divisions, so the importance of collecting up-to-date information should be a high priority.
As in most professions, there is much to do and so little time to do it. You are most likely already using some data collection software to help manage everything you need to keep track of.

LTI TruPulse lasers easily integrate with popular GPS equipment and data collectors through either a serial port or Bluetooth®. Performing GPS laser offsets can vastly increase your field efficiency because you can capture locations without physically occupying them. You can even measure and record attribute data such as heights or elevation values of particular features.

Public Works professionals are using our laser measurement tools for such applications as Asset Inventory, Emergency Response, Facility Mapping and Land Use Planning. Imagine the benefits of gathering real-time field data so you can efficiently respond to an emergency situation, or the ability to report accurate data on the lay of the land. Tree inventory, to tracking a repair or inspection location or geo-locating meters has now become more easier and more efficient when you use an LTI laser rangefinder.

Our TruPulse 360R laser rangefinder gives you the freedom to go anywhere no matter the weather conditions. This laser offers all the features of the TruPulse 360 series but sports the toughness of being rugged and weatherproof.

Add LTI's MapSmart field data collection solution and gather real-time calculations all while quickly and accurately mapping in the location of features in 3-D. Easy-to-use and designed for the non-surveyor, you can start mapping in a matter of minutes!

 

So get the best of all worlds with LTI's measurement tools and measure away knowing you are getting accurate results at an affordable price and cutting down the time it takes you to accomplish the task.

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Construction Service

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Construction

Getting the measurements right the first time efficiently, safely and accurately is imperative in the construction industry. Laser Technology's TruPulse laser rangefinders and other laser measurement tools can help you do just that. Grading, site prep and excavating measurements, such as determining a site's area or verifying the percent grade of a slope are gathered with the simple push of a button. Instantly spot check obstructions and overhang clearances to ensure a safe work area. Verify staking marks, or simply collect distance, height and azimuth measurements for material estimations or job parameter requirements.

Small enough to fit in your vest pocket, yet powerful enough to deliver professional-grade accuracy in a handheld, point-and-shoot laser, the TruPulse 360 R laser rangefinder offers survey-like capabilities and can be considered a mini-handheld total station. Easily calculate the distance, inclination and even the percent slope value between any two remote points using the integrated compass and onboard missing line solution routine. For convenience, it offers Bluetooth® communication capabilities for wireless data collection and easily integrates with your GPS for efficient GIS data capture. The added benefit of being rugged and waterproof makes this laser rangefinder the right tool while out in the field.

If your daily tasks require higher accuracy, the TruPulse 200X can help you get the job done. Also sporting a rugged, waterproof housing, this laser rangefinder not only achieves the highest distance and inclination accuracy but can adjust to any lighting conditions with its in-scope LED display.

Using the tilt sensor and on-board height routine, most LTI laser rangefinders can quickly measure any height or clearance value within your job site with just 3 shots. The days of measuring tapes, wheels, and guesstimates are long gone.

 

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Telecommunication Services

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Telecommunication

Precise network design, signal strength optimization, proper tower placement - whatever the task, our powerful, low-cost laser rangefinder allows a single operator to easily obtain distance, height and azimuth measurements under a variety of demanding conditions.
With the flexible, onboard height routine, you no longer need to shoot straight down off the top of buildings when you don't have ground-level access. Climbing towers for height measurements is a thing of the past. Obtaining directional or azimuth data is a breeze. No other laser rangefinder with a built-in compass compares to the TruPulse 360 family of laser rangefinders in terms of versatility and data integrity. These are the first all-in-one lasers that are not affected by inclination limits.

Integrate one of these lasers with your existing GPS and collecting the position of buildings, heights of trees and other obstruction mapping is now done with a simple push of the button. No need to climb tall towers anymore to get the antenna height measurement, you can now safely measure those multiple antennas right from the ground. Site inspections are simple and effortless - verify the position, height, clearance and elevation and get the measurements you need to get the job done right the first time.
For professionals who spend hours in the field regardless of the weather, LTI designed the rugged, waterproof TruPulse 360R laser rangefinder. Knowing your equipment is protected from harsh weather conditions gives you that extra security needed for when the unexpected happens. The moment you put your hands on one of these lasers, you know that you have a highly flexible, extremely usable tool for your field measurement needs.

Some projects have a need to collect field data and provide photos too. LTI's LaserSoft Measure App provides an easy solution. Working right with your TruPulse and your smartphone, this app allows you to capture the shots you need to document every measurement taken while out in the field.

The days of tape measures, measuring wheels and height sticks are gone. The future of field measurement is here.

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Natural Resources Services

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Natural Resource Management

Collecting critical field data is essential to implementing a successful GIS solution for natural resource management. In order to effectively monitor, assess and manage resources such as sensitive plant species or wetlands, the only effective way to collect field data is to capture it using reflectorless measurement technology. Easily map wildlife habitats, cliff dwellings and monuments without occupying dangerous areas with LTI laser rangefinders.
Conserving archeology sites is almost as important as researching and analyzing it. Now you can make better planning decisions with all types of resource considerations without compromising data integrity or delicate areas.

Water resource management is another field where the power of the TruPulse 200X laser rangefinder can truly make a difference in collecting and researching the effects of resources over time. Highly accurate and sporting rugged waterproof housing, it's the perfect measurement tool for gathering data while in the field, no matter what the weather conditions.
For those jobs where you need to capture photos, integrate your laser with LTI's LaserSoft Measure App.

LTI laser rangefinders can help gather the measurements you need quickly and safely. By cutting down the amount of time it typically takes to collect a large amount of field data, departments can now afford to capture more measurements more often.

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Mining Services

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Mining

Mining applications such as rock face profiling for blast design, stockpile volume measurements, and geological mapping are all critical in making smart management decisions and maintaining a safe work environment. Laser Technology has an array of laser-based measurement tools that make all these tasks easier and safer.

Traditional methods of acquiring measurements for blasting are becoming unacceptable due to today's demands for increased worker safety and mine productivity. That's why we have developed a laser face profiling system that takes extremely accurate measurements and will calculate bench heights, minimum and optimum burdens, and much more.

Due to the harsh conditions, we recommend a rugged and reliable TruPulse 360 R laser rangefinder and a Archer 2 Data Collector to operate our easy to use Face Profiler software.

Measuring Stockpile Volumes using LTI's TruPulse with a built-in compass along with MapSmart + Volume software, saves not only time and expense, but provides you with a safe alternative to getting the measurements needed. With our laser rangefinder, you can capture the data by standing on the ground, it's no longer necessary to climb piles. Just point, shoot and push the button.

 

The capability to account for your inventory on a monthly basis or do quick spot checks has now become easier, faster and safer.

Any of our laser rangefinders and MapSmart field software can even assist with your geological mapping needs. Verify distances, spans, heights, slope grades and more. Surveying the mine or on-site areas can now be done by you or one of your crew members using a TruPulse laser. Collect the production data daily and keep your crew safe while doing it.

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Forestry Services

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Forestry

From environmental research to wood production, working in the forestry industry can involve many different facets and each can present its own set of unique challenges. Virtually all forestry-related jobs require accurate measurement work that takes place with the least amount of complexity in the shortest amount of time. Foresters, timber cruisers, and mill operations managers alike can benefit from incorporating our laser rangefinders and software solutions into their daily routine. The challenges that come with tasks such as stem or sale boundary mapping, slope grade monitoring, log deck volume measurements can become a thing of the past.

Achieve Timber Cruising Domination

Speed up the cruising process by replacing traditional measurement tools with any TruPulse laser rangefinder with Criterion RD 1000 solution. The RD 1000 is the first electronic Basal Area Factor (BAF) scope and dendrometer in the market and is built as if a forester designed it. Get out of the field with accurate data and be home in time for dinner.

Measure More Move Less With Remote Positioning

 

You walk. You walk a lot. We can't totally eliminate walking from your job because seeing the status of things on the ground is essential in many cases. However, using our equipment can help to mitigate movement to just what is absolutely necessary. Imagine not having to wade through creeks or fight through undergrowth just to get a usable field measurement. With the revolutionary compass technology found in the TruPulse 360, you decide where and how you want to shoot. You can measure accurate distances, heights, angles, azimuths, and spans of multiple remote trees or other environmental features in 3D while standing in one place with an instrument so small that it fits in your jacket pocket.

Get The Right Tool For The Job

All of LTI's TruPulse lasers are compact and portable and take batteries you can pick up at virtually any store or gas station. Different jobs call for different tools – near, far, wet, or dry, there is a TruPulse that can work for you. The TruPulse 200L, with its 4X magnification optics, is the ideal solution for acquiring tree measurements. A more ruggedized option, the TruPulse 200X offers a waterproof housing and provides higher accuracy measurement despite most environmental factors you encounter in the field. Add a foliage filter or set your laser to farthest mode to ensure you are measuring past brushy obstructions.

TruPulse measurements can be stored on your phone with the Measure app or collected in MapSmart or Log Deck software for Windows Mobile and then taken back to the office.

 

Whether you're modeling the trees or harvesting them, laying out engineering plans or managing the ecosystem, our laser rangefinders allow you to acquire more data to more types of targets - all from a single position.

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Traffic Safety Services

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Traffic Safety

From speed enforcement to crash scene investigations, LTI's laser-based equipment has been used for years by law enforcement agencies around the world. Our lasers are also used for tailgating enforcement, photo/video-based speed enforcement, statistical data collection and general measurements for SWAT and HAZMAT.

Lidar, which stands for light detection and ranging, is truly our specialty. LTI revolutionized speed enforcement with the introduction of the very first laser speed device called the LTI 20/20 Marksman. This was a major breakthrough for the law enforcement community because they were now able to pinpoint a particular vehicle in dense traffic and had equipment that was unaffected by radar detectors.

Speeding has always been the leading cause of accidents and deaths on our highways, which makes us proud to have developed technology that may deter habitual violators from speeding. Simply put, our technology ultimately helps save lives.

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Sensors

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Laser Sensors

Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) laser sensors can detect, count, trigger, map, profile, scan, and guide as well as verify levels, proximities and distances to practically anything you can think of. LTI's laser sensors are ideal for many specific applications in Plant Management and Automation, Security and Surveillance, Vehicle Guidance and Automation and Traffic Management.
The variation in material characteristics or the difference in environmental conditions is typically the contributing factor of why a certain measurement technology won't work. Some equipment and methods struggle to recognize a moving target in dusty conditions whereas others have difficulties obtaining a valid level measurement to liquids.

Considering all these factors and more, it would be nearly impossible to design an all-encompassing laser sensor that could work in a wide variety of scenarios. This is why Laser Technology has engineered a unique line of laser sensors with specific characteristics and capabilities that can overcome particular challenges.

All LTI laser sensors are non-contact (a.ka. reflectorless), allowing you to measure a distance to a target or material without the need of reflective material. The other key to non-contact measurements is that the laser sensor can be aligned to the target from practically any distance or angle within its range. LTI sensors will also return an accurate measurement to more difficult targets, including most liquids and solids.

Some key benefits to LTI's infrared laser sensors are: fast data rates, small beam footprint, and ability to penetrate air-borne particulates, scanning capabilities, multiple target detection, and measurements to most surfaces and targets that are independent of incident angle.

All laser sensors from Laser Technology are eye safe and highly configurable allowing the user to optimize and customize the measurement performance to meet demanding conditions easily, safely, reliably and inexpensively. Where other measurement alternatives fall short, LTI’s non-contact, pulse-laser technology rises to the challenge.

How LTI laser sensors measure up:

  • Easily identifies difficult targets such as liquids, non-reflective material and fast moving objects.
  • Makes non-contact and non-intrusive measurements without the need for frequent calibration.
  • Recognizes small targets at long distances, within narrow openings and from sharp angles.
  • Performs under temperature variations, background noise, vapor pressure and low dielectric or acoustically absorbing materials.

 

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