Pearl Habour wrecks surveyed with multibeam, LiDAR and underwater photogrammetry. Coolest thing is making models of wreck artefacts by using 3D printers. The small USV is also pretty impressive – complete with R2Sonic 2020.
I’ve been working on this for a few months now and finally we can talk about it. Qimera should really change the way that multibeam data is processed. No complicated setup, an intuitive interface and unbelievably powerful features and speed. More posts to follow on this!
Scripps have been users of Fledermaus for a long time and it is thanks to them and their requirement that we have Fledermaus on the Mac. This is good use of the vertical image curtain to show the magma chamber combined with the bathy DTM.
MB-System 5.4.2199 Now Available (20 July 2014) This is now the current release of MB-System. For more information read the MB-System 5.4.2199 ChangeLog file. The MB-System 5.4.2199 source distribution is available for download. The MB-System Subversion source code archive can also be accessed directly. The third number in the release identifier indicates the corresponding revision level in the archive. Users […]
The only software that has fully implemented a series of test tank calibrations of the RESON Seabat 7125 and 7111 is the QPS FMGT app. It initially used its plugin technology to implement some specific TVG correction curves for these sonars but in the latest release those TVG curves have been built into the code. […]
A new feature of FMMidwater is an automatic seep detection plugin. Find out all about it by joining this webinar http://www.qps.nl/display/main/2014/07/11/20140722_Jul2014FeatureDetectionWebinar
Mike Brissette at MosaicHydro has put together some interesting notes on lessons learnt. MosaicHydro – Pro-Notes: “”
Here is my paper from Shallow Survey 2012. I took the Shallow Survey dataset from RESON, R2Sonic and Kongsberg and put them through the QPS Fledermaus FMGT app to see if you could a) build a nice mosaic and b) have nice acoustic response curves from which to determine sediment type. As you will see, […]