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Teledyne Showcasing UAV LiDAR & Camera Tech at XPONENTIAL 2024

On booth #3325 at XPONENTIAL 2024 in San Diego, visitors will be able to see solutions for unmanned systems from Teledyne Geospatial, as well as DALSA and FLIR By Joe Macey / 19 Apr 2024
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Teledyne Showcasing UAV LiDAR & Camera Tech at XPONENTIAL 2024

Teledyne will feature their latest products and solutions at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2024.

Taking place from 22-25 April, 2024, in San Diego, California, visitors to the Teledyne booth #3325 can expect innovative solutions for unmanned systems from Teledyne DALSA, FLIR, and Geospatial for defense, municipal infrastructure, precision agriculture, power line surveillance, mapping, surveying, and mining applications.

Products will be on display at the booth and application specialists will be available to discuss specific requirements.

New products to be highlighted include:

The Optech CLS-A captures survey-grade LiDAR point clouds from both ground vehicles and UAV platforms operating at 400ft agl or higher. The ranging precision of less than 4mm and laser pulse rates of up-to 2Mhz are ideal for capturing curbs and gutters in transportation projects, extracting clean conductors and attachment points for utilities projects, and topographic models under vegetation.

The Optech CL-360HD2 is a survey-grade LiDAR scanner ideal for mobile mapping OEM manufacturers with a real-time streaming API, a laser pulse rate of up-to 2Mhz and a scan speed of up-to 250 lines per second.

Forge®, the next generation 5GigE camera platform, delivers the industry’s fastest frame rates with burst mode at speeds up to 10Gb/s and an impressive 500 MB image buffer for managing data transfer. Sensor lineup starts with 5 to 24 MP Sony® Pregius® S. 

Dragonfly® S is a first of its kind, practical option for industries ranging from life science instrumentation to factory automation. The modular, compact, and lightweight design accelerates the inception stage of imaging application development for at-scale manufacturing, volume-based applications, and multi-camera systems.

Genie™ Nano 10GigE 67MP engineered for aerial imaging applications that require next generation speeds and resolutions.Teledyne FLIR will be showcasing its Prism AI and ISP software libraries and interfaces with the Boson® and Neutrino® thermal infrared imaging camera modules, designed to improve decision support for unmanned air and ground systems and counter-drone technologies.

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