NDI Optical Trackers
NDI Optical Trackers are the centerpiece of NDI’s suite of advanced portable coordinate measurement solutions, dynamic motion measurement machines, and handheld laser scanners. With real-time, high-speed target tracking and support for multi-object, 6DOF measurement, the Optical Tracker brings unmatched ease of use to inspection and reverse engineering.
Choose the NDI optical tracker that meets your needs:
For Probe Based Measurement, Laser Scanning, Direct Motion Measurement
The OPTOTRAK® PROseries system is NDI’s flagship portable metrology system. Specifically designed for the shop floor, our wireless, armless, and beamless system is quick and easy to set up, with a small footprint to address today’s congested workspaces. Our highly customizable and scalable system has three measurement volume sizes and various configurations to address your specific price and performance requirements.
For Probe Based Measurement
Discover total measurement freedom and true handheld operation using an ultra-lightweight probe that is tracked optically. This advanced system guarantees effortless measurement by eliminating the mechanical linkages that can restrict movement and reach. The system’s solid state design also eliminates all moving parts ensuring greater reliability. Measure more quickly and easily than alternative arm-based technologies. With greater convenience and a substantial reduction in operator fatigue, you will dramatically increase measurement efficiency and throughput on the shop floor.
For Direct Motion Measurement
OPTOTRAK Certus® HD is a powerful and flexible Dynamic Measuring Machine (DMM) for 6DOF motion tracking and analysis applications. The Certus HD Position Sensor uses high-speed, real-time digital photogrammetry and optical triangulation techniques to track the precise 3D positions of targets over a large volume. The Certus HD system can determine the position and orientation of many moving objects by generating thousands of data points per second in real time. You can analyze and report data in either a fixed frame of reference or relative to another object’s local coordinate system.