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Z+F Introduces New IMAGER5010c

Post by Christoph Held » Tue Nov 20, 2012 8:09 am

Z+F Introduces New IMAGER5010c
The only 3D Laser Scanner for high quality in color and geometry in one device


At Intergeo, Z+F unveiled the brand new IMAGER5010c laser scanner. The upgraded IMAGER5010 is being positioned as “a versatile 3D laser scanner for surveying applications, building construction and civil contractors, performing a variety of applications such as capturing existing condition information, retrofit/revamp projects, architectural redesign, clash inspections and design/as-built comparisons with high resolution color information. It is the only scanner on the market integrating both, HDR color information and high precision ranging over an extended temperature range.

The IMAGER5010c 3D laser scanner is the revolutionary and highly versatile 3D scanning solution for a broad variety of scanning applications including HDR color information and Ranging at high precision. The design provides mobility, increasing field productivity and, due to its robustness, integration in mobile scanning and industrial solutions is performed. The intuitive and easy to use visual interface allows users to quickly operate the system even under harsh environments. Also, no protection is needed due to being a class 1 device.
  • - Most cost-effective, integrating color and geometry
    - Most accurate laser scanner on the market
    - Compact and portable device, IP specified
    - Touch screen interface
For more information, please visit http://www.zf-laser.com/Z-F-IMAGER-5010 ... .html?&L=1
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Re: Z+F Introduces New IMAGER5010c

Post by ermuditkapoor » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:55 pm

Hi
Imager 5010c looks good.
Please share the cost of Z+F Imager 5010c and when it will be available in India?

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Re: Z+F Introduces New IMAGER5010c

Post by Matt Young » Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:35 am

We have a contender!
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Re: Z+F Introduces New IMAGER5010c

Post by Christoph Held » Mon Nov 26, 2012 3:19 pm

Hi Mudit,

The 5010C will soon also be available in India. We also have a local reseller: Lawrence & Mayo (India) PVT. LTD., Mumbai ([email protected]). Please contact them or us directly for a quote. But I can tell you this much,... it costs less than you would expect, as we have lowered our prices recently.

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Re: Z+F Introduces New IMAGER5010c

Post by mike annear » Tue Nov 27, 2012 3:41 am

HDR Images from 5010c into Cyclone.
Hi Chris, I have jumped over from the P20 demo Topic,
You wrote previously " However, to answer your question, you need to create the HDR image in Z+F LaserControl. This will provide you with a normal .jpg for your scan. All software packages which can read .zfs, such as cyclone, should also be able to load that image with the scan."

Does the software create a few hundred individual JPGs, a "Multi-image" or a "Cube Map" for use in Cyclone ?

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Re: Z+F Introduces New IMAGER5010c

Post by Christoph Held » Wed Nov 28, 2012 4:55 pm

Hi Mike,

Z+F LaserControl will output one stitched equirectangular image, not a cube map. It will look like the examples from above. Cyclone, as well as all other software packages, which can read our file format, should read that image together with scan. It is similar to our M-Cam solution ( motor driven camera, to be mounted on top of the previous models ). Hence nothing much changes, besides the quality of the image.

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Re: Z+F Introduces New IMAGER5010c

Post by rwig » Mon Jan 28, 2013 2:36 pm

whats a realistic estimated range for target acquisition? Also scan data? for example a 300 foot high transmission tower

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Re: Z+F Introduces New IMAGER5010c

Post by Christoph Held » Wed Feb 06, 2013 1:13 pm

Hi Robert,

According to the spec sheet, the Z+F Imager 5010C is a little better than the Imager 5010. Thus, regarding the scanning of targets, there should not be any change in the workflow.
In general, it mainly depends what kind of targets you are using and at what resolution and data quality setting you are scanning. For large distances we recommend to only use A4 size targets with a high contrast. Have a look at the table below for more info about the recommended distances.
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Regarding scanning a 300ft tower, I have seen very good, complete data up to 130-150m. However it depends on the material and the angle of incidence. Also, please use a higher data quality setting if you are scanning at such distances.

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