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CAE-AVIATION operates both pressurised and non-pressurised aircraft, all specifically adapted for geophysical surveys. CAE-AVIATION offers geophysical surveillance flights with specially adapted aircraft for leading companies in this field. Some aircraft have a tail stinger and wing tip pods which makes them suitable for magnetic surveys, and a pod under the fuselage which can carry a LIDAR and a vertical camera sensor.

CARAVAN C-208

CARAVAN C-208:

The aircraft has a hatch of 675 x 630 mm which allows the use of a large variety of sensors. (LIDAR, hyper spectral cameras, cameras, photo cameras, etc.). The aircraft is also fitted with tail stinger, wingtip and under belly pods.

Merlin IIIA:

This aircraft has two hatches of 550 x 550mm which allow the use of a large variety of sensors (LIDAR, hyperspectral cameras, cameras, photo cameras, etc.) and has an endurance of more than 6 hours.
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Merlin IV:

This pressurised aircraft has a hatch of 558 x 558mm and a second circular hatch measuring 571mm in diameter, which allow the use of a large variety of sensors (LIDAR, hyperspectral cameras, cameras, photo cameras, etc.). It has an endurance of more than 6 hours.

 

 

Casa 212-300:

This aircraft has a hatch of 667 x 667mm which allows the use of a large variety of sensors (LIDAR, hyperspectral cameras, cameras, photo cameras, etc.).

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