Profiling systems
Free Flow Profiler

Your Benefits

  • Reliable vehicle measurement and classification in free-flowing and stop-and-go traffic
  • Visualization and alarms for excessive height, width and length
  • Non-contact axle counting in multi-lane traffic sites
  • ANPR, WIM and RFID transponders can also be integrated
  • Can be used in all climate zones from –40 °C to +60 °C thanks to the expanded temperature range
  • Quick data access due to storage directly in the customer system via FTP or UNC transmission
  • Easy commissioning and operation thanks to an intuitive configuration wizard


The Free Flow Profiler profiling system measures and classifies vehicles and objects of all types in free-flow traffic conditions. Eye-safe 2D LiDAR sensors scan objects up to 75 times a second, thereby enabling fully-automated length, width and height measurement. The vehicle speed and direction of movement are also taken into account here. The measurement data recorded can be used to generate a 3D model for each vehicle which also visualizes excessive heights, widths and lengths. In addition, the modular system setup enables functional extensions such as the counting of axles or the detection of overheated vehicle parts.

At a glance
  • Additional axle counting
  • Data output as a point cloud
  • Data history of the last 50 vehicles detected in the user interface
  • TCP/IP interface for data transmission
  • Event logging and monitoring of system status


Technical overview

  • Technical data overview

    Technical data overview

    ApplicationMeasurement of vehicles and objects in motion, Verification of compliance with vehicle dimension regulations, Optimization of the loading process for ferries and car trains (RoLa), Basis for a size-based toll or payment system
    Integrated applicationVehicle measurement, Toll systems, Verification of compliance with vehicle dimension regulations, Optimization of the loading process
    Scanning frequency

    75 Hz, for LMS Width

    35 Hz, for LMS Length

All technical data can be found accompanying the individual product