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Detection system AOS Prime - SICK

The versatile AOS Prime system has been developed with the aim of preventing costly collisions. It is used in a whole host of industries, including steel works, ports and railway industry sectors of various kinds. Two application packages have been developed in order to keep damage to a minimum and, as a result, reliably enhance the availability of the container loading equipment to a considerable degree: AOS104 RTG and AOS502 STS.
 
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Laser scanner TiM5xx - Sick

More than simple object detection: The TiM5xx 2D laser scanner is a noncontact ranging solution within the TiM series from Sick. Thanks to its HDDM technology (High Definition Distance Measurement), the TiM5xx monitors large areas in indoor and outdoor applications
– regardless of the surface or ambient light. Enclosed in a compact, rugged housing, the TiM5xx provides accurate measurements of the scanned surface, making it possible to determine additional information such as the size and shape of objects. The TiM5xx can
be used in variety of industrial applications as well as in building automation.

The integrated Ethernet interface makes easy implementation and remote maintenance
possible. The TiM5xx is an efficient solution for stationary use as well as for use on automated guided vehicles (AGV) and other mobile applications. 
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Laser scanners multi-layer MRS1000 - Sick

Outdoors is our fourth dimension.
With the MRS1000 multi-layer scanner, Sick has developed a 3D laser scanner which accurately and reliably detects and measures objects in good time and in multiple dimensions. By collecting large volumes of data on multiple scan layers and from different angles, it can detect and respond to objects on the floor as well as objects that are obstructing the path. The MRS1000 is characterized by a high degree of ruggedness even when subject to adverse environmental influences such as rain, dust, and fog. The new HDDM+ process, with multi-echo evaluation, ensures the reliable detection of objects and accurate measurement results. Versatile fields of application, both indoor and outdoor, make this an efficient all-rounder among 3D LiDAR sensors.
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Laser scanners multi-layer MRS6000 - SICK

Make the difference visible with multi layers.
The laser scanners multi-layer MRS6000 from SICK 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.
 
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Laser Scanners TiM1xx - Sick

Sensor for area monitoring: small, simple, cost-effective
 
Whether your application involves picking up the presence of an object in a specific area (detection) or determining its exact position (ranging), the LiDAR sensors in the TiM series are a highly efficient solution for both tasks.
Laser scanner TiM1xx from Sick is a small, simple, cost-effective laser scanner for a wide variety of area-monitoring applications. It is the starter model of the 2D LiDAR sensors from SICK and opens up new application possibilities with its compact design.
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Laser Scanners – Sick

The measuring laser scanners have a special position in the Sick product portfolio. Based on the Time of Flight (TOF) technology, these scanners are able to measure distances and profiles of the target objects.

Using the TOF scanners, Sick provides solutions throughout the world. Even the most demanding applications are being served: anti-collision for large harbor cranes, automatic plane parking, vehicle classification in free-flow traffic, guidance and protection of autonomous vehicles, anti-intrusion in building security, people counting in crowded public areas.
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Measurement and Identification: Laser Positioning Systems Nav 200 | 300 | 350 - Sick

The demands made on modern goods transportation and the optimum navigation of automated guided vehicles (AGVs) are rising. Commonly used conventional positioning systems, such as guide wire systems or magnetic track guidance, mainly operate within an unchanging layout of routes. The requirement for flexible systems is, however, clearly on the rise. 

Modern positioning systems such as the NAV 200, or NAV 3x0 from Sick offer considerable advantages here. The system provides maximum flexibility as a result of its unrestricted determination of position, via reflectors outside the work area. Even vehicles taken off track temporarily can find their own way back to their fixed route independently.
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