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Teledyne Geospatial to bring new Optech hardware and CARIS software solutions to Oceanology International 2024

By Eric Van Rees - 1st March 2024 - 08:07

Teledyne Geospatial will bring its latest advancements in ocean mapping hardware and software solutions to Oceanology International 2024, in London, UK, March 12-14.

Visitors to the Teledyne Geospatial booth G203 will be introduced to the Optech CL-360 Marine. This 360-degree long-range laser scanner combines a scan speed of 250 lines per second with 2 mm range resolution, a plug & play solution, and an IP67 marine grade sensor making it the first of its kind high-accuracy marine grade laser scanner. The lidar sensor can be seamlessly integrated with high resolution multibeam systems and the CARIS Ping-To-Chart workflow, allowing for full above-and-below- water image capture with survey grade accuracy in a single workflow. The sensor’s 360-degree scanner and high collection rate provides a premier solution for mapping coastal infrastructure. The CL-360 Marine is the only lidar system designed for use on an uncrewed surface vessel (USV) that provides survey grade range and accuracy.

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