Since the introduction of the world's first optical speed and distance sensor in 1981, Corrys have worked continually to bring increasingly high levels of accuracy and repeatability to the non contact measurement of dynamic variables including speed, distance, angle and height.
1 axis Non-Contact Optical Sensors
Measurement of longitudinal dynamics
Designed for measurement of distance, speed (up to 250 kph) and acceleration (brake tests), on various dry and wet track surfaces.
The LF-II P sensor is an ultra-lightweight, ultra-compact sensor designed for racing applications
Ideal for alternative mounting positions, such as under the vehicle
2-Axis Non Contact Optical Velocity and Slip Angle Sensors
Measurement of longitudinal and transversal dynamics
Ideally suited for application with trucks, buses and off-road vehicles due to its large working range of 350 ± 100mm and speed range of 0.5kph - 250kph
Similar to the S-350 Aqua however is suited more for high performance vehicles due to its measuring speed range of 0.5kph-400kph.
Ultra-lightweight and compact device popular with NASCAR, F1 and other racing extremists who require optimum performance and accuracy
SF-II P Racing
Similar to the SF-II P however is suited more for high performance vehicles due to its extended measuring speed range of 0.5kph-400kph
IMS specialises in the supply, training and support of measuring systems in 3 main areas: 3D Measurement in Industry, GPS systems and metrology.
IMS have Metrology Systems suitable for measurements of objects ranging in size from a few centimetres to 100 meters or more with accuracy down to a few microns.
IMS's principal partners in this area are Leica Geosystem's AG Metrology Division - a Hexagon Group Company -. Leica Geosystems are the developers and manufacturers of the unique Leica Laser Tracker Portable Coordinate Measurement system with T Probe and T Scan.
To support clients in a wide variety of application we also provide construction sensors by MOBA used for applications where slope and level measurements are essential.