A laser tracker from Leica Geosystems is a portable measurement system that relies on a laser beam to accurately measure and inspect in a spherical volume of up to 160 m [525 ft]. The Leica Absolute Tracker™ can gather 3D coordinates in 3 ways: by following a small mirrored sphere, also known as a reflector; by tracking a Leica T-Probe, a hand-held “Walk-Around” wireless contact probe; or by tracking a Leica T-Scan, a contactless high-speed laser scanner. Which measurement method you should use will depend on your application.
From prototyping and reverse engineering to tooling inspection and part mating, from automotive to aerospace and everything in-between, our customer list reads like a “Who’s Who” of the world’s most successful enterprises – yet our equipment is just at home in small and medium-size companies. With the introduction of the world’s first laser tracker in 1991, we revolutionized high-accuracy inspection as the world knew it. With the Leica Absolute Tracker™, we have done it again.