Leica BLK ARC Autonomous Laser Scanning Module
The Leica BLK ARC is an autonomous laser scanning module for robots. It is designed to be integrated with robotic carriers to enable autonomous mobile laser scanning with minimal or no human intervention. Users can simply plan a scan path and set BLK ARC off on its own to scan autonomously.
Our first robotic carrier is the Boston Dynamics Spot robot. BLK ARC combined with Spot creates a fast, simple, safe, and autonomous reality capture workflow. Together, they deliver fully autonomous and repeatable scan missions to capture 3D point clouds and panoramic imagery while Spot carries BLK ARC through an environment.
BLK ARC autonomous laser scanning module
- Performs scan missions autonomously with minimal user intervention
- Easily mounts to Boston Dynamics Spot and integrates with its sensors
- Improves robotic navigation while capturing 3D point clouds to create 3D digital twins
- Captures both static and mobile scans during the same scan mission
- Can repeat scan missions autonomously for up-to-date project progress and site changes
- Uses GrandSLAM technology: LiDAR SLAM, Visual SLAM, and an IMU for reality capture and autonomous navigation through complex environments
With BLK ARC UI, an easy-to-use browser-based user interface, users can plan scan paths remotely using existing drawings or BIM models of your building, including large and complex spaces. This enables the user to save time and allow BLK ARC to scan complex or hazardous environments while remaining in a safe location.
BLK ARC UI enables the user to:
- Operate different sensors and robotic carriers
- Create user profiles
- Manage robot and scan settings
- Control robot trajectory and the detail camera
BLK ARC UI bridges the distance between the office and the field and enables uploads of offline missions planned in Cyclone 3DR to the robot. Once the mission is complete, BLK ARC UI helps to direct the data either into our legacy software, Leica Cyclone, or to direct upload from the field to HxDR.
Remote user operation
Offline path planning
Static and mobile scanning modes
LiDAR module protection
Simple user interface
Upload to HxDR
- Laser scanners