Siteco Delivers First RoadScanner4 Mobile Mapper to Amberg Technologies
The RoadScanner4 system allows operators easy changeover between Faro, Z+F, Riegl, Velodyne and other well known laser scanning sensors. This specific unit was built to accommodate Amberg’s own profiler and alternatively, multiple Faro Focus™ scanners, all running on the same control and integrated INS system. The RoadScanner4 is the only multi-sensor mobile mapping system proven to be flexibly capable of high-grade road and railway survey, roadway inventories, infrastructure monitoring, pavement management systems (roadway and airport), and any other survey, engineering and infrastructure works applications. Siteco’s systems have been proven to deliver absolute survey accuracy of better than 2cm in field conditions.
“We are very proud to have developed this system for such a well recognized market leader as Amber Technologies” said Ing Augusto Burchi, CEO of Siteco, “ and being able to deliver their exacting high performance demands.”
“The SITECO RoadScanner4 in combination with innovative and specialized software of Amberg Technologies will supplement our own measuring systems in order to provide project-specific services in new fields of applications,”stated Michael Buri, Product Manager Geoengineering of Amberg Technologies.Site
About Siteco srl – Siteco was established in 1995 as a civil engineering infrastructure, software and technical consulting firm. In 2005 they developed the first scalable, high performance fully integrated mobile mapping system and have since then been delivering the most flexible roadway management mobile mappers in price, performance and software flexibility on the market.
About Amberg Technologies – For more than thirty years, Amberg Technologies AG has been developing user-friendly system solutions for georeferenced data acquisition and processing in the field of infrastructure development. This Swiss company offers standardised products, customer-specific system solutions and project-specific services in the fields of railway surveying, tunnel surveying, tunnel inspections and tunnel seismics.
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