(GoodNewsFinland) The Finnish Geodetic Institute has developed the world’s first hyperspectral laser scanner that provides 3D colour data. The Finnish magazine Tekniikka & Talous was the first to report the news.
According to the magazine, the Finnish Geodetic Institute’s laser scanner with eight wavelength channels is set to revolutionise the identification and measurement of various targets. The instrument can help to efficiently study the state of large areas, which would take an excessive amount of time if performed manually.
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