Leica’s RTC 360 Laser Scanner has paced up the field of 3D reality capture like never before. With its smart portable design, small and lightweight built it is compact enough to fit into your backpack easily. Additionally, due to its one-button operation, it offers a hassle-free use with better, crisp, and high-quality scans that are rich in detail and ready for use in a range of applications.

There may be some common questions which are revolving inside your head regarding this 3d laser scanner, so here we are answering all your common questions in this blog.

Who can use the Leica RTC360?

This spectacular product is focused to bring accurate data capture to those who are not scanning experts, with straightforward and highly automated workflows in mind and is the ideal choice for those working in plants, building construction and public safety. Due to its amazing features of real-time quality assurance and comprehensive checks alongside automatic pre-registration, the process gets faster and simplified and ultimately increases efficiency with reduced costs and increased profits.

What is the edge computing feature?

With Edge Computing, real-time scans are streamed to mobile devices allowing faster access and efficient data analysis. The automatic processing of the scan data is done to deliver real-time data registration and quality control in the field.

Difference between RTC 360, P40 and BLK360

The exemplary range of Leica P40 &  P50 ScanStations is highly suitable for 3d laser scanning buildings where the highest quality 3D data and HDR imaging along with workflows and extremely accurate results are required. The P40 is built with a focus on durability and performs exceptionally under the harshest conditions like in extreme temperatures of – 20°C to + 50°C and conforms with the IP54 rating for water and dust resistance. The P50 delivers superior measurement range and is the instrument of choice when covering larger areas.

The handheld laser scanner, Leica BLK360 is best suited for modest reality capture where 3D data capture is leveraged more over images. This device is suitable for outdoors but is ideally used for short-range indoor applications and requires greater portability. It is very easy to use and can be easily used by those who are not familiar with laser scanning.

The need gap between the ScanStations and BLK360 is met by RTC360 due to its accessibility and scalability beside providing its own solution class for construction, public safety, and plants

More about RTC360

C360 makes it much faster than ever before. It is possible for colored 3D point clouds to be completed under 2 minutes because of the advanced HDR imaging system and a measuring rate of up to 2 million points per second. Adding to that, automated targetless field registration and automated data transfer from site to office reduces the time spent in the field and increases productivity.

So with RTC360, gets a small, lightweight, extremely portable yet highly efficient laser scanning results for all your projects. Contact us now to get personalised quotes and other details.