TRITOP is an optical coordinate measuring system. This mobile technology is designed to define the exact 3D position of markers and visible features and offers time effective on-site measurement for quality control of large objects, verification of jigs and fixtures and static deformation analysis. The coordinates measured with a TRITOP system can be compared to CAD data of the object. From the displacement of the markers and the features, the movement and the deformation of the corresponding object is defined.
Using the photogrammetric measuring system TRITOP, the 3D coordinates of markers and object features such as corners, edges and bore-holes can be measured with high accuracy and flexibility. One only needs a high-resolution camera and a notebook computer. Additional hardware such as mechanical measuring machines, transition units, robots or large set-ups are not required.
Common uses include:
- Wind Tunnel Model Measurements - Thermal Deformation of Large Structures - Large Structure Deformations - Suspension System Analysis - Complex Movement Patterns - Biomechanics & Kinematics