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Keystone Aerial Surveys, Inc. Adds Second LiDAR System

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Monday, January 28th 2013
| Philadephia, PA, USA


January 28 2013, Philadelphia, PA - Keystone Aerial Surveys, Inc. is proud to announce that it has acquired a second LiDAR system, the Optech Gemini.   Purchased in late December, this system has passed Keystone’s quality testing and is now ready for use on projects throughout the United States.

The addition of a second LiDAR sensor allows Keystone to provide highly accurate elevation data to clients near its growing Los Angeles office.   There is great demand for LiDAR data in the southwestern United States and Keystone is responding to the need while still maintaining commitments to customers in the Northeast and throughout the United States.   With the ability to position LiDAR sensors on each coast, Keystone can respond to any request with an economically and timely solution.

The Optech Gemini is a Multipluse LiDAR that is ideal for large area and higher altitude mapping.   With a variable laser rate of 33 to 167 kHz and accuracies from 5 cm, the Gemini is both flexible and accurate.   The Applanix GPS/IMU hardware and software, along with Keystone’s years of processing knowledge provide solid airborne GPS and angular data.

About Keystone Aerial Surveys, Inc.:

Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA and with offices in Arizona, California and Texas, Keystone Aerial Surveys, Inc. has been in the business of offering aerial sensing services since 1963.   Keystone provides platform services for any senor with its large fleet of aircraft.    Specializing in aerial collection with an UltraCam Eagle digital camera, 3 UltraCamX cameras, 2 LiDAR sensors, 9 RC-30 film cameras, magnetic sensors, Keystone is also a full service provider offering scanning,  orthophotography, GIS and other services.   Learn more at www.kasurveys.com.

 

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