Monday, October 10, 2011

AHM’s TransformForMissionTM Tecnam P2006T revealed

The Tecnam P2006T Twin is already very popular  aero-clubs, flying schools, syndicates and private aeroplane owners. However it hats off to the team at Austria’ s innovative  AirborneMapping (AHM).

AHM have converted a newly delivered Tecnam P2006T to enable them run the first airborne operated, water penetrating laser system specially developed for hydromapping (shallow water bathymetric) purposes.

Equipped with a range of sensors including a bathymetric/topographic scanner, aerial, spectral and IR cameras, AHM adapted the Tecnam P2006T so that all sensors are operated from within the aircraft and deployed through 3 specially created openings powered by additional generators for 1.8kW.

O.K. in layman’s terms AHM chose the Tecnam P2006T Twin as the platform of choice to fulfill a wide range of state of the art aerial surveying missions and research work. AHM is looking for franchise partners interested in exploiting its new hydromapping and aircraft technology.

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