Teledyne Optech to exhibit latest tech at InterGeo

By on 3 October, 2018

Teledyne Optech’s Polaris long-range 3D laser scanner.

Teledyne Optech will have its latest LiDAR and mapping wares on display at InterGeo 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany from October 16th to 18th.

The firm will exhibit its Polaris TLS laser scanner, with a newly-upgraded maximum range of 2000 metres and enhanced ATLAScan software. Joining the biggest scanner in the family will be the smallest, the ultralight and versatile Maverick with Optech’s LMS Pro software.

Airborne mapping products on display include the Galaxy PRIME, capable of dynamically modifying the scan field of view during collection, and autonomous imagery and LiDAR data collection system Eclipse. Rounding out the hardware at the exhibit is the CZMIL Nova bathymetric scanner for coastal surveys.

Teledyne CARIS will demonstrate its suite of data quality and management software aimed at streamlining the downstream data processing workflows, with its solutions that support a fusion of topo-bathymetric, LiDAR and sonar sensor data.

Teledne Optech products are distributed in Australia by Position Partners.

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