Trimble X12 3D laser scanning system launches
Combines Trimble Perspective field software with imaging hardware technology from Zoller+Fröhlich (Z+F) to deliver integrated site and office scanning solution
Trimble has introduced the Trimble X12 scanning system, which integrates Trimble software for ‘precise data capture’ and on-site registration with 3D laser scanning and imaging hardware technology from Zoller+Fröhlich (Z+F).
Features include a scanning range of 0.3 up to 365 metres, a scan speed of up to 2.2 million points per second.
The Trimble X12 can be operated using Trimble Perspective field software installed on a Trimble T10x tablet to enable registration and refinement of scans on site and help ensure project accuracy and completion before returning to the office.
Users can also use Trimble’s customized on-board software menu to configure and operate the scanner. Data can be exported from site and processed in the office with Trimble RealWorks software or third-party software. Final deliverables can be shared online with clients and stakeholders using Trimble Clarity, a browser-based data collaboration and visualization tool.
“The Trimble X12 puts the most advanced 3D scan and image capture within reach for a variety of skill levels,” said Jacek Pietruczanis, business area director for Scanning and Mobile Mapping, Trimble Geospatial. “The system enables advanced scanning professionals to improve their productivity with top-of-the-line performance and efficiency gains, while those new to scanning can easily unlock this advanced capability with the touch of a button.”
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