Aicon 3D > Measure crash vehicle more easily
Germany, Braunschweig – Freedom of movement around the vehicle
ProCam wireless: Measure crash vehicles more easily
Fast and easy crash vehicle measurements – a simple task for AICON’s innovative measuring system ProCam. Now, work with ProCam becomes even more convenient, with the new wireless system generation.
ProCam wireless offers total freedom of movement around the vehicle. The user works freely and quickly with the hand-held probe, without disturbing cables. The system is equipped with a high-resolution CMOS camera and fast WLAN data transfer. Even the ProCam measuring software is completely new and specially designed for the pre- and post-crash measurement of vehicles. The user-friendly interface guides the user through the entire measurement process.
Maximum convenience during measurement
The active probe is ergonomically designed and offers maximum convenience during measurement. It is based on the principle of inverse photogrammetry, whereby the camera faces a fixed reference field. The probe is equipped with a changeable tip to touch the object point. Point measurement is easily triggered at the touch of a button. An integrated infrared ring flash illuminates the measurement points. Thus, the system operates independently of surrounding light.
Charged once, battery power allows the measurement of up to 50,000 single points. This makes ProCam the most powerful system for crash vehicle measurement on the market. Have a closer look at the new ProCam wireless system – visit the AICON team at the Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2016 in Stuttgart/Germany from 31 May to 2 June. Welcome to booth 1114 in hall 1.
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