Multiscope 3D



The Multiscope 3D can be used to determine the condition of mines that are inaccessible or too dangerous for humans. It uses 3D LiDARs too acquire a picture of the surrounding area.
In early 2019, the Estonian energy company Enefit utilized the Multiscope 3D to determine the condition of the pillars in a mine in which mining ended ten years ago.
For this mission the Multiscope was piloted underground using data coming from LiDARs and wide spectrum HDR cameras, however, autonomous operation can be applied in future projects.

Control systems

Follow me In development
Waypoint navigation In development
Swarming In development

Technical specifications

25 km/h 15.5 mp/h
240 cm 94 in
200 cm 79 in
115 cm 45 in
1630 kg 3593 lbs
Rated payload weight
750 kg 1653 lbs
Maximum payload weight
1200 kg 2645 lbs
Payload area
205x103x53 cm 81x40x21 in
Ground clearance
40 ... 60 cm 16 ... 23 in
Pull Force
21 000 N
Max. Grade
30 degrees 60 %
Fording Deph
60 cm 24 in
Run time hybrid
Up to 15h
Run time electric
Up to 1,5h
Power options
Battery Pack, Lead acid or Li-ion
Power options
Diesel engine & electric generator