3D Laser Radar (3DLR)

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  • InnoTrans 2018
  • Hall 5.2 528

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Toyosu IHI Building,

1-1, Toyosu 3-chome,

Koto-ku

Tokyo, Tokyo
135-8710
Japan

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Phone: (+81)-3-6204-7235
Fax: (+81)-3-6204-8695
  • InnoTrans 2018
  • Hall 5.2 528
  • Railway Infrastructure Railway Infrastructure

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Product description

IHI's 3D Laser Radar (3DLR)'s main application is as a level crossing obstacle detection system. To-date, over 2,000 units of the 3DLR have been supplied worldwide.
Installing the 3DLR system at level crossings in order to detect in real time objects such as vehicles stranded in the path of an oncoming train significantly reduces the risk of train-obstacle collision accidents within the level crossing.
IHI’s 3DLR’s system architecture consists of a head unit, controller unit and self-evaluation plates. The head unit is capable of covering a monitoring area of between 5 to 30 meters from its installation position outside of the rail-way track clearance area. In most cases this capability allows the entire desired area of detection to be covered by just one 3DLR head unit reducing overall costs usually increased by multiple sensor installations.
Further, due to its unique noise elimination method the 3DLR's obstacle detection capabilities are unaffected by its environment's lighting and weather conditions.
IHI continues to develop and expand the capabilities and applications of the 3DLR as well as exploring future sensor business fields.