Teledyne Optech, a Teledyne Technologies company, announced that Atlantic is first to take possession of the new Optech G2 sensor system, which will accommodate their two Optech Galaxy Prime airborne LiDAR sensors.  Atlantic will also take delivery of three Optech Galaxy T2000 LiDAR sensors by the end of Q1 2020.  The G2/T2000 upgrade purchase will bolster Atlantic’s single-swath pulse density and operational efficiency for forestry, rail, electrical utilities, and other high-density applications.

The Galaxy T2000 features a true 2-MHz laser PRF, greater range performance and improved scan efficiency.  The customizable G2 sensor system incorporates two Prime or T2000 sensors and is configured for adjustable fore and aft pitch to provide optimum vertical surface resolution and ground point density in forestry, corridor and urban projects.  Using two T2000 sensors on the G2 will enable Atlantic to survey at a full 4 MHz on the ground and achieve point densities to rival flash LiDAR capabilities.

The 4th generation T2000 Galaxy LiDAR sensor represents another leap forward in airborne survey productivity and accuracy.  The G2 dual-sensor system delivers very high point densities thanks to its true 4-MHz laser PRF.