Tag Archives: bathymetry

Ocean Business 2019

With preliminary surveys already starting around the coast of the UK for another round of wind farms being built, the offshore industry descended on the National Oceanographic Centre in Southampton, UK for the bi-annual event, Ocean Business, centered around the offshore survey industry. Luckily, my home is a walk away from the event, so I was more than happy...

xyHt News Links: 2/3/17

Following the Route of Climate Migrants GeoSLAM Launches Desktop V3 to Bolster its Indoor Mapping and Surveying Prowess SAM, LLC Founder Sam Hanna Announces Retirement Major Improvements on the Ellipse Series, the Popular Line of Miniature Inertial Sensors from SBG Systems TCarta Marine and Proteus Geo Announce Merger to Provide Comprehensive Bathymetry and Marine Mapping...

xyHt News Links: 3/11/16

Trimble 4D Control Software Supports IBIS-FM Radar Device for Slope Stability and Structural Monitoring in Mining TerraGo Launches On-Demand Solution for Mobile Forms, Inspections and Surveys Topcon announces new geodetic antenna Maptek modelling and exploration technology on show at PDAC Teledyne Optech Press Release: Innovative solutions for bathymetry at Oceanology International 2016 3DR collaborates with...

Mapping the Scottish Seabed

Six companies collaborate on a project to bury fiber optic cables under the Scottish seabed, stitching segments using hydrography, bathymetry, and surveying. On land, surveyors face challenges due to rough terrain, human activity, weather, and more. Usually, however, the ground beneath their tripods doesn’t move, they can physically occupy positions, and the air between them...

From Shore to Floor

Today’s technology records depth from land to deep waters accurately and efficiently. More than 90% of the world’s trade is carried by sea, according to the International Maritime Organization. Therefore, accurate and up-to-date charts of coastal waters for ship navigation are vital for world commerce. The current expansion of the Panama Canal, which will double...