Optech Targets Utility Market for both Aerial and Terrestrial Laser Scanning
Optech, the world leader in the development, manufacture and support of advanced lidar and camera 3D survey systems, is pleased to announce its participation as an exhibitor at the DistribuTECH 2014 Conference and Exhibition being held this year in San Antonio, Texas, on January 28-30.
DistribuTECH is the utility industryís leading annual transmission and distribution event, and Optech will be showcasing the Lynx Mobile Mapperô as a fast and extremely safe way to collect 3D detail of power distribution infrastructure. This vehicle-mounted lidar and integrated 360∞ camera system leverages automated workflows with advanced algorithms to efficiently deliver engineering-grade data with the highest accuracies commercially available. It’s ideal for safely modeling infrastructure and vegetation encroachment in 3D while minimizing ìboots on the groundî for distribution network management.
Optech’s airborne lidar and integrated camera systems, optimized for transmission network mapping and 3D modeling, will also be on display. These flexible and easy-to-install sensors boost efficiency, and their automated processing workflows provide consistently accurate results while maximizing productivity with minimal training.
Finally, the Optech ILRIS Terrestrial Laser Scanner is well known for capturing extreme detail for complex infrastructure with high accuracy and from safe ranges. Visitors will learn about its new remote control, enhanced workflow efficiency and automated monitoring capabilities.
DistribuTECH attendees are invited to drop by Optech’s booth #4070 in Hall B.
Optech is the world leader in the development, manufacture and support of advanced lidar and camera survey instruments. With operations and staff worldwide, Optech offers both standalone and fully integrated lidar and camera solutions in airborne mapping, airborne lidar bathymetry, mobile mapping, terrestrial laser scanning, mine cavity monitoring, and industrial process control, as well as space-proven sensors.