06 September 2019
Visiongain has launched a new Aerospace Report Terrestrial Laser Scanners Market Report 2019-2029 Forecasts by Product type (Phase -Shift Scanner, Pulse-Based Scanner, Mobile Scanner), Application (Building Information Modeling (BIM), Monitoring Survey, Mining Survey, Topographical Survey, Forestry & Agricultural Survey, City Modeling Survey, Archaeological Survey), and Industry Vertical ( Oil & Gas, Mining, Infrastructure, Forestry & Agriculture, Transportation & Logistic, and Others) PLUS Profiles of Leading Companies and Regional and Leading National Market Analysis.
The global Terrestrial Laser Scanning market is expected to demonstrate promising growth over the forecast period. Lasers scanners are used for various applications but not limited to mapping, photography and surveying application across various industrial verticals. Terrestrial lasers vary greatly based on a particular industry. For instance, a laser scanner offering high sampling rates and data capturing at high speed is used in the transportation industry across a moving platform such as cars and trains. Laser scanners are categorized based on working principles. The most common laser scanners available today are based on the time of flight principle. This is because this scanner offers measurements of distance ranging from 0 to several hundred meters. The most common laser scanners commercially available in the market include Riegl, Optech, Trimble (Mensi), Minolta, iQSun, Callidus, Leica (Cyra), Visimage and Z+F. These systems differ by physical measuring principle.
Need across several industries vertical to scan existing objects, document historical items and sites are primarily the growth of global terrestrial laser scanner market. Although these systems have wide applications, the high cost of systems is restricting the growth of the market. However, Technological advancements in the electronics manufacturing industry combined with increasing adoption of laser scanning systems is expected to drive the cost of systems shortly.
The key companies operating in the Terrestrial Laser Scanning market are Hexagon Geosystems. Trimble, Teledyne Technologies, Faro Technologies, Riegl Laser Measurement, Creaform (Ametek), Maptek, 3D Digital Corporation, Carl Zeiss Optotechnik
Basic Software Inc., Zoller + Fröhlich, and Merrett Survey. These companies are taking various strategic initiatives such as new product development, contracts, acquisitions, collaborations, expansions, and agreements so as to increase their presence in the global market and gain a competitive advantage.
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