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  • Renishaw launches a new dedicated time-tagged marine lidar system to help cut the cost of vessel-based surveying

    Merlin Plymouth Harbour Survey Global engineering technologies company Renishaw is pleased to announce the launch of Merlin, the latest innovative laser scanner in its range of mobile 3D mapping products.

  • BOURBON selects Renishaw as part of fleet standardisation strategy

    Fanbeam 5 with new decals Renishaw has won a contract to supply Fanbeam 5 laser DP position reference systems to BOURBON vessels around the world.

  • First mobile laser scanning of Forth Bridges leads to £300k project greenlight

    Forth Rail Bridge Renishaw was invited by the Centre for Digital Documentation and Visualisation (CDDV), a collaboration between Historic Scotland and The Glasgow School of Art's Digital Design Studio to undertake the first mobile laser scanning of two of the three bridges – the Firth of Forth Rail Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge.

  • New software for underground 3D laser scanners

    Cavity Profiler CALS manual title page As the use of 3D laser scanners expands, Renishaw are committed to ensuring its customers benefit not only from unique deployment abilities giving access to potentially dangerous underground voids without risk to workers, but software that supports business efficiencies. Renishaw's new Cavity Profiler software makes void and cavity scanning quicker and simpler for non-specialists to complete, with support during deployment, easy export options and visibility of scanner inclination.

  • New home for iconic laser scanners

    Spatial laser measurement website screenshot Mining and quarrying laser measurement specialist MDL has now fully rebranded following its acquisition by leading global engineering technologies company Renishaw plc. The change will affect the look and the ongoing development of some of the industry's most iconic and well-loved products: Quarryman®, Fanbeam®, Void Scanner, C-ALS®, Boretrak® and Dynascan, and the old MDL website will now take customers to product and servicing information on the Renishaw site.

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