“Satellite teleports have massively expanded in number since the mid 1980s,” says Hiltron sales manager Jean-Luc George van Eeckhoutte.
Hiltron’s 3D laser scanning service allows a million surface reference points per second to be captured with a geometric accuracy of less than 1 mm.
After digitisation and computation of the reflector and sub-reflector topography, the ingested data are used to calculate alignment, registration and any required fine-tuning such as surface restoration.
The 3D laser scanning service is available to new and existing Hiltron customers for any brand and model of satellite antenna up to 35 metres in diameter.
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