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GeoDigital Acquires Riegl Sensors to Improve Data Acquisition Platforms

GeoDigital International, a leading supplier of vegetation LiDAR and airborne asset mapping systems, procures two additional Riegl Sensors to improve their GeoDigital sensor portfolio. Alastair Jenkins, President and CEO of GeoDigital International (GeoDigital), has offered this contract to Jim Van Rens, President of USA-based Riegl, at the ASPRS event.

Alastair Jenkins stated that, the precision, security and support that they received from Riegl has made them to deploy Riegl sensors in their company’s information acquisition solutions and has helped them to be the leading suppliers of Helicopter and terrain-oriented corridor information acquisition to the infrastructure as well as the Ulility firms.

According to Jim Van Rens, they are highly honored to provide their service to GeoDigital and with this order GeoDigital will be acquiring ten Riegl-enabled LiDAR data acquisition solutions from their company. He added that Riegl anticipates extending this long-term relationship in future.

GeoDigital has spent millions of dollars in researching and rectifying the limitations of the prevailing technologies and in developing advanced systems for meeting particular market requirements. Every innovation should satisfy the basic quality of generating valuable data, economically within a limited duration.

Alastair Jenkins remarked that, their developments were focused on the stakeholders in the utility firms, involving regulators, and have been aligning with the leading companies like Riegl USA to devise systems and solutions to overcome the industrial issues.


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