Laser Technology Inc

Everyone in the measurement business claims they are "The Leaders" in the industry, but no one can claim they are the true pioneers in reflectorless measurement.  Our history speaks for itself.  LTI started working with the US government over 29 years ago by designing lasers that measured distances between 2 planes in-flight for a de-icing exercise. We then won a contract with NASA to build a custom laser that could measure both distances and speeds for space docking missions. After that we partnered up with Bushnell Optics and designed the first low-cost recreational rangefinder for golfing and hunting. We even developed the first commercial laser speed enforcement tool for the law enforcement community. Our first professional measurement device was a hand-held reflectorless total station that eventually began the GPS laser offset craze.  Laser Technology Inc. (LTI) is a company devoted to the design and manufacture of innovative laser-based speed and distance measurement instruments, using ISO compliant and continuous improvement techniques. We maintain an intense focus on providing laser measurement technologies which address real world needs and applications, including speed enforcement, accident investigation, forestry, mining, utilities and surveying, to name just a few.

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