TECTERRA’s Geospace has a wide range of electronics test equipment and end-use geomatics technology that can be leased by Canadian companies engaged in the development and manufacture of new technologies. Our goal is to assist companies by providing highly subsidized lease rates on this equipment, which will enable companies to preserve capital in critical growth stages of their company.
In addition to a comprehensive inventory of equipment, the lab offers rapid prototyping services with our industrial 3D printers, the Fortus 400MC FDM 3D Printer and the HP Jet Fusion 580 3D Printer. Both of these printers offer high-accuracy and very strong parts that are suitable for a wide variety of applications.
Here are some examples of how our equipment has been used:
Development of new GNSS receivers
Field trials with a ground penetrating radar
Developing algorithms for unmanned systems navigation
Using thermal cameras to develop algorithms to identify heat loss in homes
Design and test of electronics systems using our Tektronix MDO4104-6 Mixed Domain Oscilloscope
Print production grade prototypes with our HP Multi-Jet Fusion 580 Full-Colour printer. Print in PA12 material at 0.04″ resolution for strong and very detailed prototypes.
Generate small or large scale 3D point clouds with our wide-variety of airborne and terrestrial-based scanners.
GNSS Simulation and Measurement
Our GNSS simulators are easy to use, scenario-based instruments that combine a powerful, feature-rich platform with industry-leading value and affordability for any requirement for GPS, Beidou, Galileo or GLONASS testing.
Measure and record complex 2D and 3D motion fields for recovering the exact position of surface points.
Our airborne and land-based thermal cameras have multiple uses including building inspection, spotting fires, materials classification or mechanical/electrical troubleshooting.
An inertial measurement unit (IMU) is an electronic device that measures and reports a body’s specific force, angular rate, and sometimes the magnetic field surrounding the body, using a combination of accelerometers and gyroscopes, sometimes also magnetometers.
Use our ground penetrating radar (GPR) to image the subsurface for your spatial project.