4th June, 2014, Kawasaki, Japan_Gexcel, with its Japanese partner Sooki, is presenting at SPAR Japan 2014 the new Scan Armor 1.2 Automated Protective Scanner Enclosure, fully compatible with the Focus3D X330.
The new version of the Scan Armor for Focus3D is characterized by a new Siemens electronic control and by a touch screen to locally drive all the functionalities of the Scan Armor.
Sooki is one of the biggest actors in the surveying market in Japan, thanks to the capability to satisfy the surveying instruments rental services needs in all the country.
The Scan Armor Automated Protective Scanner Enclosure is commonly used for fixed laser scanner installation, when frequently measurements are requested as for stock piles volumes measurements and production control.
Particularly useful also in industrial applications where the laser scanner has to be protected by low and high temperatures, or when the aggressive industrial environment suggests to avoid long term on field presence by human surveyors.
Several Scan Armors can be controlled in the same time via Ethernet by the Sensor Control software (Se.Co.).
If the “first installation calibration procedure” has been carried on, the data automatically downloaded into the Remote Control Unit can be aligned in JRC 3D Reconstructor® in real time, for data analysis as volumes evaluation or deformations control.
Thanks to the Sooki and Gexcel agreement and to the increasing success of JRC 3D Reconstructor® on the Japanese laser scanner market, from June 2014 JRC 3D Reconstructor® supports the Japanese language too.