About RIEGL                                                                                                       

Thank you for your interest in RIEGL. The brochure, which is available for download, gives you a brief overview of RIEGL's history, the main product lines and the company itself. For more specific information on an instrument of your interest, please contact us!

With more than 30 years experience in the research, development and production of laser rangefinders, distancemeters and scanners RIEGL delivers proven innovations in 3D.

The combination of RIEGL's state-of-the-art hardware for terrestrial, industrial, mobile, airborne, bathymetric and UAV-based laser scanning with appropriate, equally innovative RIEGL software packages for data acquisition and processing results in powerful solutions for multiple fields of application.

RIEGL has always been committed to delivering the highest performance, quality, reliability, and longevity of all its products and services, and strict adherence to applicable international standards is a priority.

It is our ambition to perfectly fulfil measurement tasks fully satisfying the customers' expectations worldwide.

Located in Horn, an attractive small town in Lower Austria, around 85 km northwest of the Austrian capital Vienna, the RIEGL headquarters are right in the heart of the European Union, with good transport connections in all directions.

Worldwide sales, training, support, and services are delivered from RIEGL's Austrian headquarters and its offices in Vienna, Salzburg, and Styria, main offices in USA, in Japan, and in China, and by a worldwide network of representatives covering Europe, North and South America, Asia, Australia, and Africa.

The RIEGL staff in Austria comprises more than 170 highly skilled and motivated engineers, technicians, and other qualified employees.

The RIEGL headquarters provides more than 40,000 square feet work space for research, development, production, as well as for marketing, sales, training and administration. Another 350,000 square feet of open-air ground are used for product testing.