Laser Sensors for Material Handling Webcast

by Admin 6. February 2014 12:02

From collision avoidance systems to monitoring levels in a silo or tank, the uses for non-contact laser measurements are practically endless in the material handling industry. In this webcast, "Laser Sensors for Material Handling", Tom Girmann, Laser Technology's Sensor Product Manager, will explore the most beneficial characteristics of laser sensor technology and how it can be applied in a wide variety of applications. Other types of measurement tools and methods will be discussed, as well as useful tips on how to determine which technology is right for you. More...

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IAMI's 24th Annual Training Seminar

by Admin 4. February 2014 10:46

The International Association of Marine Investigators (IAMI) is holding its annual training seminar, February 23-26, 2014, at the Sheraton Reed Conference Center in Midwest City, Oklahoma. The event, hosted by Oklahoma Highway Patrol, offers networking, training, Certified Marine Investigator testing and exhibit booths. At Laser Technology's booth, you'll learn about laser measurement products critical to your security and surveillance efforts, including the TruSense S-Series so make sure to stop by to get a hands-on practical demonstration.

To see more information on our laser measurement products go to LTI's Laser Sensor products.

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The Ability to Measure to a Target using A Laser Sensor

by TGirmann 9. December 2013 14:06

Laser Technology Laser Sensors Designed For Tough Situations

LTI realized there was a need for laser sensors that could handle challenging environmental conditions from dusty conditions to measuring a moving target or liquids, and engineered some laser sensor measurement tools that can do just that. To better understand what it takes to get measurements using a laser, we need to go thru the steps of what determines the ability to measure to a target using a laser sensor. More...

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LTI Laser Sensor Measurement Discrimination

by TGirmann 4. November 2013 10:18

Why Target discrimination measurement mode is essential for distance measurement.


When considering the best laser sensor for a non-contact distance measurement application it is important to consider if the sensor has target discrimination. Not all laser measurement sensors are created equal in this respect. LTI laser sensors offer a number of discrimination modes including First, Last, and Last Two, among others. More...

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Laser Technology, Inc. Explains the Truth about Pulse Laser Technology in Upcoming Webcast

by kharrold 23. October 2013 16:03

Learn the truth about how pulse laser measurement technology really works as Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) addresses the most common questions and misconceptions in the upcoming webcast November 12, 2013 at 10 am (MST). More...

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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Explained

by TGirmann 24. September 2013 12:30

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, or ADAS, are systems to help the driver in the driving process. So it was quite interesting the other day to read an article by the Associated Press about a car that was operated solely by a computer recently drove a Pennsylvania congressman to the airport. This is just one example of where ADAS technology is going to take us in the future. More...

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Laser Technology TruSense S-Series Laser Sensor Chosen By ABB for Use in Golfing Robot

by TGirmann 5. September 2013 11:46

Laser Technology is excited to announce that ABB chose our TruSense S-series laser sensor for use in their IRB model robot for demonstration at the Jimmy V Golf Classic held at the North Ridge Country Club in Raleigh North Carolina on August 25, 2013. The LTI laser sensor is used to measure the distance to the putting-green hole. This is achieved by the robot scanning past the golf pin (flag), then acquiring and using this distance to program the robot with the proper swing speed, resulting in a perfect put every time. More...

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LTI Recap of AUVSI Show, Washington DC August 13-15, 2013

by RBoyd 3. September 2013 10:53

Laser Technology, Inc. recently attended the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) show in Washington DC. This show targets unmanned vehicle manufacturers, making vehicles for air, ground, and maritime applications. Attendance for the show was a record 8100 people and nearly 600 exhibitors. More...

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Laser Technology Attending AUVSI 2013

by Admin 14. August 2013 09:02

LTI's Ray Boyd and Andy Hill are currently at the AUVSI (Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International) Unmanned Systems 2013. Held August 12 - 15, 2013 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. this show is the place to be if you are in this industry. More...

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The TruSense T-Series Laser Traffic Sensor - The Best in Traffic Management

by Admin 1. July 2013 11:10

With the proliferation of automated speed and red light camera programs across the county I thought it time to weigh in on the subject. Laser Technology developed and manufactures the TruSense T-series of laser traffic sensors designed specifically for Traffic Management. This includes speed, vehicle height, vehicle length, and time between vehicles. These versatile sensors can also be used for presence detection for counting or triggering events such as automated red light cameras. Outputs including RS232, RS485, and output triggers allow flexibility to choose the best output for their application.More...

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