YellowScan Mapper+ LiDAR(TI10990)
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The YellowScan Mapper+ LiDAR System integrates Livox AVIA laser scanner together with high performance GNSS-aided inertial navigation system into a lightweight, standalone and easy-to-use lidar system. Proven capabilities and stable results over a wide range of applications.
You can now use our very own camera module on the YellowScan Mapper+. Operating the camera will be as simple as what philosophy indicates: “Just press the Yellow button”. The camera is powered through the Mapper+ and its data is stored on a dedicated SD card.
In this hardshell backpack with custom precut foam, you can easily carry your LiDAR with everything you need (LiDAR system, software, batteries, laptop, data storage). This backpack is the size of a carry-on luggage which fits in any airline overhead compartment.
YellowScan CloudStation provides a complete software solution to create and manipulate point cloud data. It allows to extract, process and display data immediately after the acquisition flight. The auto-generation of strips and the production of LAS files are now done in only few clicks.
The YellowScan Mapper+ integrates Livox AVIA laser scanner together with high performance GNSS-aided inertial navigation system into a lightweight, standalone and easy-to-use lidar system. Proven capabilities and stable results over a wide range of applications.
Watch as Chris from Terrestrial Imaging gives an overview of the Mapper+ and what to expect from it. Follow along with the rest of the Mapper+ videos from Terrestrial Imaging to understand the basic workflow with the Mapper+ and what it is like to process data using PosPac and CloudStation.
Watch as Chris from Terrestrial Imaging takes the data from our YellowScan Mapper+ and runs it through PosPac for trajectory correction. Once corrected, Chris generates the LiDAR pointcloud using YellowScan's CloudStation and exports a DSM file which will be used in UgCS for terrain following.
Echoes Per Shot
Up to 3
Scanner Field Of View
Shots Per Second
Up to 240k
Weight Batt. Incl.
Weight Batt. Excl.
L15cm x W10.4cm x H12.3cm
1 hours typ.
-20 to +40°C
(1) Precision, also called reproducibility or repeatability, accounts for the variation in successive measurements taken on the same target. Here precision value is obtained by averaging the precision from 3 flight levels @60, 90 and 120mAGL. At each flight level, the precision is considered as the mean value of absolute elevation differences between 2 flight lines recorded in opposite directions over a nadir-located 40m² hard surface area.
(2) Accuracy is the degree of conformity of a measured position to its actual (true) value. Here accuracy value is obtained by averaging the accuracy from 3 flight levels @ 60, 90 and 120mAGL. At each flight level, the accuracy is considered as the RMSE value of the elevation differences between targets and the point cloud extracted from 2 flight lines recorded in opposite directions. Validation targets are located within a 40m wide corridor centered along the flight line axis.