HYPACK informs it has recently worked with the Velodyne HDL-32E topographic laser.
Dave Maddock of HYPACK integrated the unit to receive data from all 32 channels.
A drive around the local Lowe's hardware store, using a Novatel C-Span RTK-GPS is shown.
The Velodyne HDL-32E laser measures 5.7" x 3.4", can be mounted in a variety of angles and generates up to 700,000 points per second with a range up to 70 meters.
The new integration will be available shortly as an update to HYPACK 2015.