1965 LaCoste & Romberg, manufacturers of high-precision
gravity meters since 1939, introduced the world's first
dynamically stabilized platform gravity meter. These meters
revolutionized the geophysics world by making it possible, for
the first time, to take highly accurate gravity measurements
from a moving ship or aircraft. Since then, over a hundred of
these instruments have sailed or flown around the world,
logging millions of hours of gravity data.
L&R is proud to introduce our
next-generation successor to the renowned S-Meter system:
The L&R Air-Sea Gravity System II. Based on our
famous, time-tested Zero-Length Spring sensor
technology, the System II incorporates an advanced
electronics system, user-friendly software, and a more
compact, self contained sensor platform.
The Air-Sea Gravity System II offers capabilities
unmatched by any stable-platform system currently in
service. Fiber-Optic gyros, state of the art accelerometers,
a tightly-integrated digital control system and modern digital
filters offer increased precision and greater reliability,
even while running unattended.