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Teledyne Optech

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Teledyne Optech

300 Interchange Way
Vaughan Ontario L4K 5Z8
Canada

Teledyne Optech leads the airborne bathymetric lidar industry with the Optech CZMIL Nova and its HydroFusion software. Several government agencies already use CZMIL for bathymetry, object detection, and seafloor classification, reaching 70 m in clear water and outperforming competitors in turbid water. Smaller operators can avoid capital expenses by renting CZMIL through the CZMIL Project Program.


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