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September 17, 2019

Teledyne Optech Introduces Galaxy T2000

Photo: Teledyne Optech

Photo: Teledyne Optech

Teledyne Optech, a Teledyne Technologies [NYSE:TDY] company, and leader in lidar sensing has announced the next evolution of its Galaxy platform, the Galaxy T2000. 

A compact lidar-mapping sensor, the Galaxy T2000 provides a unique feature set for maximum collection efficiency and point density, and is the next step in the evolution of modern aerial surveying. Coupled with a new G2 mounting system, the Galaxy T2000 leverages its compact size to co-mount two sensors over a single aircraft portal, making it quite simply the most flexible commercial lidar system on the market today.

The Galaxy T2000 boasts a 2 MHz laser emission rate directed fully to the ground by a new high frequency, programmable scanner for effective point distribution. Combined with Teledyne Optech’s patented SwathTrak capability, the Galaxy T2000 is capable of maintaining fixed-width data swaths in mountainous terrain via an innovative and dynamic field-of-view (FOV), enabling far fewer flight lines and more equidistant point spacing compared to fixed-FOV sensor designs.

The Galaxy T2000 also has a much narrower beam divergence at 0.16 mrad (1/e), producing higher energy density within the laser footprint. This has the advantage of further increasing ground detection in heavily forested environments. Furthermore, as point densities increase, the smaller beam footprint becomes a necessary requirement for superior target and model resolution.

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