ScanStation PS15 3D Laser Crime Scene and Crash Scene Documentation

Leica Geosystems released the Leica ScanStation PS15, the latest innovation for public safety professionals.

The Leica ScanStation PS15 combines the time-tested performance of Leica laser scanning technology with a user-friendly interface and simple workflows, making it ideal for public safety agencies who need to get up and running quickly. At the push of a button, the Leica ScanStation PS15 captures the entire scene within minutes and creates highly detailed scans with overlaid images of the real 3D world.

Based on the advanced ScanStation PS20, the Leica ScanStation PS15 offers the same high measurement speed and accuracy with a range of up to 40 meters at an affordable price. With an environmental rating of IP54, the Leica ScanStation PS15 operates at temperatures ranging from -20°C to +50°C (-4°F to 122°F) and can be used in the rain, snow or extremely dusty conditions.

The new ScanStation PS15 includes the popular MapScenes Forensic CAD software and point cloud module, designed to provide professional investigators with the tools to visually communicate the output of their investigation in accurate and compelling diagrams that will hold up under the highest scrutiny. Additionally, free Leica TruView software can be used to create an interactive panoramic view that allows even nontechnical users to easily view, pan, zoom, measure, and mark up point cloud data over the web via Internet Explorer. Comprehensive training, personalized consulting and complimentary grant writing assistance are also available.

“Public safety professionals shouldn’t have to compromise on accuracy and durability just to get their foot in the door with 3D laser scanning,” said Charles M. Coiner, manager of Leica Geosystems’ Public Safety Group. “With the Leica ScanStation PS15, police departments, forensic investigators and other professionals who need to capture accurate 3D data can get up to speed quickly and have confidence that their data will hold up in the courtroom.”

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