Teledyne launches compact new aerial LiDAR at INTERGEO

By on 24 September, 2019

Two of Teledyne Optech’s new Galaxy T2000 LiDAR sensors, dual mounted in its new G2 mounting system. Image supplied.

Teledyne Optech has announced the latest evolution in its Galaxy series of aerial LiDAR sensors, the T2000.

The company launched the latest in the Galaxy line of fully-fledged aerial LiDAR systems at INTERGEO last week.

Released alongside the compact new sensor was the G2 mount, which allows the two T2000s to be fixed upon its chassis in a single aircraft portal, a rig that the company calls the most flexible system currently on the market.

The new device has some impressive vital stats — a 2 MHz laser emission rate and a new programmable scanner. Teledyne says the scanner design allows the T2000 to maintain fixed-width data swaths in mountainous terrain with a dynamic field of view (FOV) for more equidistant point spacing.

The company says the new unit’s narrow beam divergence of 0.16 mrad (1/e) increases ground detection in heavily wooded environments through higher energy density within the laser footprint, with the narrower beam also aiding superior resolution.

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