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October 12th, 2012
MDL Launch Survey Grade Dynascan S250

Dynascan S250 extends Dynascan’s use into the lucrative ‘survey and construction grade’ 3D mobile surveying market, presently dominated by Reigl and Optech.

The S250 retains all the characteristics of the current range of Dynascan systems being reliable, rugged, portable, lightweight (under 30 lbs.) simple to use and affordable.

The Dynascan S250 uses MDL’s new ‘storm’ laser technology (patent applied for) which improves signal to noise performance over existing models by an order of magnitude.

Steve Ball, Chairman says “The S250 Dynascan is another price performance breakthrough by MDL. The S250 will enable large and small companies alike to enter the 3D Mobile surveying market.”

The all-weather IP65 design will work when ‘others run for cover’ and is suitable for use from Land, Sea or Air mobile platforms.