3D LiDAR sensors

Make the difference visible with multilayers

Your Benefits

  • The high scanning point density across 24 layers enables reliable detection
  • Special mirror technology ensures high scanning field stability
  • High resolution (vertical and horizontal) for the precise and rapid detection of a large working range
  • Measurement data transferred in real time via the 1-Gbit Ethernet connection
  • Compact and rugged design with IP67 enclosure rating for adverse ambient conditions


Make the difference visible with multilayers

The MRS6000 3D LiDAR sensor uses a high scanning point density and an aperture angle of 120° to reliably detect its environment across 24 layers. Special mirror technology ensures high scanning field stability. With the aid of multi-echo technology, the sensor scans through rain, dust, and fog, while simultaneously multiplying the point density. These properties are particularly useful for creating a 3D point cloud without any gaps, which can be used to tackle a whole host of demanding applications.

At a glance
  • Gap-free detection across 24 scanning layers at an aperture angle of 120°
  • Fine angular resolution with high scanning point density
  • Reliability thanks to multi-echo technology
  • Convenient and customer-friendly web server interface for configuration


With 24 layers, almost nothing can go unnoticed

The high performance of the MRS6000 3D LiDAR sensors is based on an innovative mirror technology which enables a nearly realistic 3D scan image with 24 measuring lines arranged nearly gap-free. The high scan point density is concentrated on the defined area so that even small objects can be detected reliably. Together with the remission data (RSSI), a unique image of the scan area can be generated in real time and good results can be achieved even on low-reflectance surfaces. This makes it possible to reliably monitor areas and register objects in the area of interest, for example. Due to its outstanding outdoor performance, the MRS6000 can also be used under harsh weather conditions.
High scan point density for nearly gap-free detection With up to 880,000 measurement points per second, almost nothing gets by the MRS6000. At a distance of 25 m, the MRS6000 stretches over a scanning field with roughly 72 measuring points per m² throughout the entire aperture angle of 120°. The distance between the individual measuring points is thereby only 4.3 mm.
Innovative mirror technology for high scan field stability In comparison to conventional mirror technologies, the MRS6000 works with a special polygon mirror which helps generate an extremely straight scan field line without distortion.
Multi-echo evaluation for higher reliability The distance between the 3D LiDAR sensor and an object is calculated using the time-of-flight of the emitted pulse. The MRS6000 can evaluate up to four echo signals for each measuring beam, delivering reliable measurement results at all times. Even for applications with poor visibility, such as in tunnels or in mines, the MRS6000 always has the best perspective.

Excellent results even on low-reflectance surfaces and gap-free scanning for a reliable 3D image.


Technical overview

  • Technical data overview

    Technical data overview

    Aperture angle
    Angular resolution

    0.13°, horizontal

    0.625°, vertical

    Working range0.5 m ... 200 m
    Scanning range
    At 10% remission30 m
    At 90% remission75 m
    Amount of evaluated echoes4
    Scanning frequency10 Hz
    Ambient operating temperature–20 °C ... +60 °C
    Weight2.2 kg
All technical data can be found accompanying the individual product