Teledyne Optech launches LiDAR for corridors

By on 5 August, 2020

Teledyne Optech launches the CM2000, a LiDAR sensor designed specifically for corridor mapping.

The newest in Teledyne Optech’s line of airborne LiDAR scanners allows users to narrow the sensor’s field of view to the precise width of a corridor to be mapped, maximising resolution for the target area.

Malek Singer, airborne product manager at Teledyne Optech, said that the CM2000 offers the smallest laser footprint of any airborne LiDAR scanner currently on the market.

“The true advantage of the Galaxy CM2000 is its ability to improve the mapping of the infrastructures that we all rely on every day – including the electric grid we count on for power, or the roads and rail we depend on for safe travel,” he said.

“This is accomplished by providing an astounding level of detail via true 2 million points per second straight to the ground and a small laser footprint that allows for the modelling of complex targets like electric towers and distribution wires.”

Teledyne Optech will formally launch the Galaxy CM2000 with a live webinar event on August 12, 2020.

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