Better late than never but here are some examples from the Norbit Wingheads that we have. An offshore windfarm export cable exposed; Some really nice geology in the North Sea;
Posts by duncan.mallace (duncan.mallace)
Underwater mapper, cyclist, tree house building, dog walking, BBQing
- Website: http://www.multibeam.net
Ryder Glacier in northwest Greenland is shielded from warm Atlantic water by a bathymetric sill | Communications Earth & Environment
Fascinating article by Martin Jakobsson and Larry Mayer on why the Ryder Glacier isn’t disappearing like the Petterman Fjord. Ryder Glacier in northwest Greenland is shielded from warm Atlantic water by a bathymetric sill | Communications Earth & Environment:
Hopefully I’ll get round to analysing the data we collected for an export cable using this sonar next week. NORBIT WINGHEAD®️ Multibeam Sonar – YouTube:
One of the reasons we use R2Sonic sonars for asset inspection is because of its TruePix sidescan output. This excellent article explains why/how it is different to Snippets backscatter. Snippets vs TruePix™, how do they compare? – R2Sonic:
Great Barrier Reef: Scientists find reef taller than Empire State Building – BBC News: More great work by Dr Robin Beaman and the survey team on Schmidt Ocean’s Falkor.
Now that I am the Chief Strategy Officer for XOCEAN I thought I would get back to blogging about any high resolution seabed mapping related news. So my first post should be about the amazing XO-450 USVs. We are currently up to X09 and should be to X12 by early next year. The only USV […]
Kongsberg are launching “MultiFrequency mode” and there is a webinar tomorrow to sign up to https://www.kongsberg.com/maritime/about-us/news-and-media/blog-stories/webinar-em-multifrequency/ Similar to R2Sonic’s multispectral mode maybe?
ASV Harry has just completed his acceptance trials and there were a number of tests that we performed which are unique to ASVs, which I thought I would share. Wifi Link Test The SeaRobotics ASV is autonomous but it is always good to see what is going on and how do you communicate nowadays – […]
Today is the first day for 4D Ocean which I set up to provide autonomous survey solutions to the seabed mapping community! The technology is now there to be able to do fully autonomous surveys but it is still early days and requires a great deal of investment in how to do it and the […]
I’ve been helping out a potential client with extracting data from the water column packets of an @TeledyneRESON multibeam system in 1500m of water. It was only when I extracted it (using the new awesome water column tools in @QPSQimera) that I realised how big they were. One is 750m high and the other is […]