Explore Actual Data for a Range of Phoenix LiDAR ConfigurationsPhoenix Cloud Viewer displays detailed LiDAR data that can be a challenge for some computers. For the best experience:
- We recommend Chrome/Safari with few or no other tabs open
- Once the point cloud opens, click the menu and set “point budget” to the highest available value
- Want a smoother experience? Set your browser to use your NVIDIA graphics card, if equipped
How to get the best user experience
Step 1: Watch Cloud Viewer Tutorial
Step 2: Explore sample point clouds by using these tools
- Mouse (recommended): Left Click: rotate / Right Click: change position / Scroll: zoom
- Classification Filter: toggle on/off all items of a specific class, like vegetation, water, structures, etc.
- Tools: leverage LiDAR’s laser accuracy by making measurements with these tools
- Materials: view elevation, flight paths during acquisition, intensity of laser pulse returns, etc.
- And more!
Explore Phoenix LiDAR Sample Data:
Click any “+” below to view sample data for the specific model or series you are interested in. You may also view the sample scan in your browser by click the “view scan” button in each section. Have specific sample data requirements? Contact us today.
SCOUT UAV LiDAR + Dual RGB Cameras
miniRANGER UAV LiDAR + RGB Camera
miniRANGER UAV LiDAR + Dual RGB Camera (300 m Swath in Single Flight Line)
miniRANGER UAV LiDAR in Vegetation Scanning and Penetration
miniRANGER UAV LiDAR + UAV Hyperspectral
The fusion of data from our miniRANGER LiDAR system with UAV Hyperspectral imagery greatly increases the information that we can extract from a site survey. In this example, we performed a k-means unsupervised classification using the full 270 spectral band VNIR hyperspectral data cube to group vegetation types in the segmented LiDAR point cloud. This is just scratching the surface of what can be achieve with UAV LiDAR + Hyperspectral imagery.System: miniRANGER AGL: 50 m (approx.) Speed: 6 m/s (approx.)
RANGER LR + UAV LiDAR in Power Utilities
RANGER LR + Vapor 55 UAV LiDAR in Disaster Response: Landslide Mapping
RANGER LR UAV LiDAR + Vapor 55 in Dense Vegetation
Dual RANGER LR System + R44 in Utility and Power Line Infrastructures
RANGER LR UAV LiDAR + AStar 350 Helicopter in Industrial Scanning
HDL-32e Ground Vehicle LiDAR + Ladybug 5+ Panoramic Camera in an Urban Neighborhood
https://www.phoenixlidar.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/HDL32_Ladybug_screenshot.jpgFlexibility is a cornerstone for Phoenix LiDAR research, bringing you systems that can be mounted in various configurations, from drone to vehicle to backpack. Combining this flexible AL3-32 system with an HD 360° camera on the Phoenix Roof Rack turns an ordinary car into a powerhouse of laser mapping instruments.System: AL3-32 + LadyBug 5 + 360° Panoramic Camera AGL AGL: 2 m (Mobile acquisition) Speed: 5 m/s (approx.)
RANGER LR + Ladybug 5 360° Camera in Suburban Setting
Ranger LR Ground Vehicle LiDAR + Ladybug 5+ Panoramic Camera in City Streets
RANGER LR + Backpack Mount