Phoenix Aerial Systems specializes in providing solutions for collection and management of geo-spatial information.

Customer Quotes

"The AL3-32 is Amazing! We've used photogrammetry but it falls short on any project with vegetation and unfortunately here in Columbia we have LOTS of vegetation! The Phoenix AL3 LiDAR system fills this gap and can easily penetrate vegetation allowing us to create accurate DTM's for our customers."

Andres V.
Real Group Interactive
Cali, Colombia

"I recently purchased the DJI S1000+ and AL3-32 Lidar system from Phoenix Aerial. Living in Fort McMurray Canada, it was a big decision to make. What I found was a group of highly intelligent and super friendly people! I spent a few days training in LA and had a great time. The support since then has been unmatched by any other company I have dealt with thus far. I would highly recommend this company if you are thinking of purchasing this type of system."

LeMont E.
Edwards Land Surveys Ltd.
Fort McMurray, Canada

"The Phoenix AL3-32 system is ideal because it quickly transforms from an aerial LiDAR mapping system to a ground vehicle based mapping system.  We're thrilled with the system because it gives us an edge on the competition."

Jeremy S.
Rhino Imaging
Sydney, Australia


May 26, 2015 - Leasing Options

We now offer LEASING options! Read more

May 20, 2015 - New Sample Data

We just posted new aerial sample data sets featuring scans of:

  • Powerlines in mountainous terrain
  • Scans from the new Velodyne VLP16 sensor
  • Open Pit Mine
  • Terrain and Buildings

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Apr 21, 2015 - Power Line Scan

We recently scanned power lines using the AL3-32 and AL3-16. In short, the results were spectacular for both systems. We will post sample data soon... Stay tuned!

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Apr 7, 2015 - AL3 on DJI S1000

Sneak peak at the AL3 mounted to the DJI S1000 copter: Read more

Mar 26, 2015 - Phoenix Aerial to exhibit at AUVSI 2015

From May 4-7, 2015, Phoenix Aerial will exhibit at AUVSI 2015 in Atlanta, GA. Please visit us in booth 2756. Read more

What is LiDAR

Light Detection And Ranging works by sending laser pulses into many, accurately defined directions in fast succession. Measuring the time it takes for each laser-pulse to be reflected and returned to the LiDAR-scanner allows reconstruction of all surfaces surrounding the scanner. Dynamic LiDAR mapping further requires fusing the returned pulse with the accurate world-position of the scanner at that time, so that returned points can also be recorded in a world coordinate system.


2015 Sept. 19-21: Intergeo 2015 in Stuttgart, Germany

2015 May 4-7: AUVSI 2015 in Atlanta, GA

2015 March 30 - April 2: SPAR International 2015 in Houston, TX

2015 February 23-25: ILMF 2015 in Denver, CO