Trebur-Germany, September 20th, 2007. Diamond Aircraft Industries and Tiltan Systems Engineering announces a partnership to provide LiDAR data processing (LiDAR=Light Detection And Ranging) services to LiDAR operators and other customers. The service partnership will generate 2D and 3D GIS information from customer LiDAR data. The service partnership leverages Diamond Aircraft Industries owned Diamond Systems state-of-the-art computer centre located near Frankfurt, Germany, remote sensing project experience from Diamond Airborne Sensing GmbH and Tiltan's TLiD solution.
"Our new partnership is step forward for the LiDAR industry offering fast and accurate LiDAR processing services" says Christian Dries, CEO of Diamond Aircraft Industries. "Customers will benefit from Diamond's strong remote sensing and IT backgrounds and from Tiltan's strong software solutions background".
"We are delighted to cooperate with Diamond in this service partnership using our TLiD airborne LiDAR data automatic processing solution" says Arie Shafir, Tiltan CEO. "TLiD will enable fast and accurate data processing".
The partnership will first address the European market offering LiDAR operators and GIS companies a service of LiDAR data processing, transforming LiDAR geo-referenced point cloud into GIS layers in a much shorter time then the services offered currently on the market.
In addition to LiDAR data reduction Diamond and Tiltan offer customers a one stop shop for LiDAR and optical mapping using Diamond Airborne Sensing aircrafts for data collection and the new partnership for data processing.
Tiltan specializes in developing and supplying advanced visualization solutions, such as TLiD, TView and ILX. Tiltan employs a staff of 80, including software developers, algorithm researchers and visual data base experts. For more information, please visit www.tiltan-se.co.il