Three wavelengths open up new applications for Optech Titan

Dr. Paul E. LaRocque VP Special Projects Teledyne Optech In 2014, Teledyne Optech launched the world’s first airborne multispectral lidar sensor, the Optech Titan. Bathy lidar sensors that use 532 nm (green) and 1064 nm for the airborne determination of water depths have existed for some time now. Some researchers analyzed data from these two wavelengths with other data collections […]

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Teledyne Optech at OCEANS ’15

October 13, 2015 — Teledyne Optech is pleased to announce it will present the world’s most advanced airborne lidar solutions at the OCEANS ’15 conference in Washington, DC on October 19-22. Visitors will hear details of the CZMIL Project Program and a paperpresentation by Research Engineer Vinod Ramnath on the capabilities of the Optech CZMIL Nova titled “CZMIL (Coastal Zone Mapping and […]

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Surveying solutions from Teledyne Optech at Esri Electric & Gas GIS Conference

September 28, 2015 ó Teledyne Optech is pleased to announce that it will present innovative and efficient surveying solutions for infrastructure and asset management at booth 315 in the Esri Electric & Gas GIS Conference taking place from October 5 to 8 in Providence, Rhode Island. Teledyne Optech recommends the Optech Orion C airborne lidar system for monitoring transmission and […]

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