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IGI LiteMapper 1560

Product Name:IGI LiteMapper 1560
Year of introduction:2014
Year of last update:2015
Total weight [kg]:60
Power requirements:18-32VDC 10A@24VDC
Type of GNSS/INS positioning system:IGI AEROcontrol III - 512Hz
Camera:IGI DigiCAM & IGI DigiTHERM (thermal IR)
Data storage facilities:Removeable SSD
Mission planning software:IGIplan
Postprocessing software:IGI AEROoffice & Riegl ALS Software
Laser Pulse Characteristics 
Wavelength [nm]:0
Standard pulse length [ns]:0
Pulse length variation [ns]:0
Beam divergence [mrad]:0.25
Type/class laser:Class 3B
Eyesafe range [m]:
Measurement Characteristics  
Scanning method :time-of-flight
Scan frequency [Hz]:400
Min. pulse frequency [Hz]:200000
Max. pulse frequency [Hz]:800000
Max. field of view [deg]:58
Max. number of recorded echoes per pulse:practically unlimited
Full-wave form digitization:Y
Pulse sampling frequency [GHz]:0
Recording of intensity of return signal [bits]:0
Multiple pulses in air:Y
Uncertainty and resolution 
Pitch and roll pointing precision [deg]:0.003
Heading pointing precision [deg]:0.008
Elevation precision at 1 km [m]:
Planimetric precision at 1km [cm]:
Across-track point spacing at 1km [m]:
Operation Characteristics 
Min. flying height [m]:
Max. flying height [m]:4700
Max. acquisition time [hr]:
Main applications:All typical airborne applications: High Altitude Wide Area Mapping Mapping, City Modelling, Topography & Mining, Opencast Pits, Forestry, Mapping of Lakesides & River Banks, Agriculture & Forestry, Corridor Mapping
More information 
Distinguishable features :Full Waveform Processing, Multiple Time Around, Flexible Integration with Modular Optical, Thermal and Hyperspectral Cameras; High-end GNSS/IMU; Certified Installations

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  • IGI

  • Langenauer Str. 46
  • 57223 Kreuztal
  • Germany



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