Mobile Lidar Complexes

Mobile Lidar Complexes

Mobile lidar complex is designed for environmental monitoring and meteorological parameters analysis. It is used for periodic tests of hazardous air pollutants and atmospheric aerosol concentrations. It may also be used in emergency areas for emissions control during chemical accidents etc. The data is collected and transferred to emergency services. Lidar equipment allows to control wind speed and direction to predict the area of pollution

Lidar equipment of the complex allows to:  

  • Measure the concentration of hazardous air pollutants resulting from emissions of hydrocarbon feedstock engines; 
  • Detect the presence of harmful high-molecular compounds; 
  • Detect the location of natural and synthetic aerosols in the atmosphere with evaluation of particle size and concentration; 
  • Measure wind speed and direction, to evaluate the turbulence of the atmosphere;

In addition, each of mobile lidar complexes is developed individually according to the customer requirements. All the information received is processed by software that gives conclusions about source type, dynamics of pollution origin and diffusion; it draws the results on the area map and saves the information in a database.  

Mobile lidar complex includes an autonomous power supply system due to which it can be transferred over long distances and work independently.  

Vehicle type: from minibus to chassis depending on equipment set.  

Mobile lidar complex technical characteristics

Minimum detection range

0,5 km

Maximum detection range

Aerosol lidar

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Wind lidar


up to 20 km

up to 5 km

up to 3 km

up to 5 km

Detected gas admixtures

hydrocarbons, Freon gases, organophosphates (chemical weapon) etc.

SO2, NO2, Î3, CH4, Cl2, NH3 etc.

Vision angles



from -15⁰ to +90⁰ C

+/- 180

Minimum scanning increment

40 sec of arc

Scanning angular velocity (max)

20 deg/sec

Carrier type

platform with load capacity over 10 t


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