New Technical Services Website Launched as Expanding Laser Measurement Company Broadens its Horizons

Laser specialist Measurement Devices Ltd. (MDL) has announced the launch of their new Technical Services website ( The new site is set to broaden this rapidly expanding company’s horizon as MDL will not only be offering product sales and service, but a complete package of technical and project support, as part of its mission to be a complete solutions provider to its customers.

Mark Reid, a Geomatics Engineer with eleven years’ experience in the LiDAR industry, has been brought on board to spearhead this new division. Previously based in the Middle East Mark Reid spent the last six years delivering some of the world’s largest laser scanning based engineering projects.

So what’s the big deal? It is no surprise that over the year’s 3D laser measurement technology has become increasingly popular amongst industry professionals. Obtaining information such as volumetric data, 3D models of underground abandoned mines and cavities, urban street mapping and rock face profiling (but to name a few); have become easier and safer to obtain through advances in technology and a reduced price point within the market. MDL have gone a long way toward making vital hardware such as Dynascan available to wider audiences.

The Technical Services division goes one step further, making the benefits of laser measurement technology available to all, from product hire for mapping land and sea based applications to project management, data processing and technical support the options are becoming increasingly limitless.

When we asked Mark Reid about this new venture he commented that, “The aim with this new division is to provide a complete solution, whether it’s project management support from the initial concept through to the finish, hiring out one of our laser measurement products for a one off job, or simply processing data our aim is to ensure our customers get the most out of what we have to offer, and we can offer a great deal”

The Technical Services website has now gone live and can be accessed via the link above or through our main website