LTI Historical Moment - The TruPulse 360.

by mphippen 8. October 2012 10:37

Mike Phippen of Laser Technology recalls creating the TruPulse 360.

LTI is constantly striving to engineer laser measurement products that are unique and out front anticipating the needs of our customers. In 2007, we did just that...the TruPulse 360 didn’t come to fruition from air nor was it by accident. As always new ideas are put into practical use because we continually push the envelope! More...

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LTI Historical Moment - First Recreational Rangefinder

by mphippen 24. September 2012 10:32

Mike Phippen of Laser Technology recalls creating the first recreational rangefinder.

LTI partnered with Bushnell Optics in 1994 to create the first low-cost recreational rangefinder for golfing and hunting. We not only developed the technology that makes the distance measurements possible, but we also helped design the products themselves. Today, Bushnell is the most popular recreational rangefinder in the world, and LTI is still active in developing their next generation of products.More...

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LTI Historical Moment - Creating A Close Proximity Laser for NASA

by emiller 17. September 2012 13:10

Eric Miller of Laser Technology Recalls Building A Custom Laser for Space Docking Missions.

When we started the company in 1986, we had no idea that we would be designing and building lasers for the US government. It was an incredible moment when LTI first started working with them over 25 years ago designing a laser that measured distances between 2 planes in-flight for a de-icing exercise. Then in 1991, we were approached by NASA -- they needed a handheld laser that could measure both distance and speed More...

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LTI Historical Moment - The Criterion

by aclarke 6. August 2012 09:55

The Laser that Revolutionized Forest Mapping and Measuring Forever.

It was because of the United States Forest Service that LTI initially got involved in the professional measurement industry. Over the years, the USFS had worked with several companies to try to develop an electronic device that would quickly measure tree height and upper stem diameter, but to no avail.

LTI CEO David Williams called the Forest Service to offer help and they told him that if Laser Technology could solve the problem, the agency would buy 2,000 sets of equipment. LTI immediately started working on the solution that would revolutionize measuring for all foresters. More...

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