Shallow Survey, the high resolution seabed mapping conference is back in Plymouth in September 2015. To go with the conference is the Common Dataset. Find out more here http://www.shallowsurvey2015.org/default.asp?page=commondataset
An excellent, if a little sweaty palms, story of how an AUV was lost and then found. It is bad enough to lose a sidescan or ROTV (we did 2 years ago but luckily it was washed up on a beach) but an AUV is even more expensive!
Interesting article on the Kongsberg website about Yaw Compensation in shallow water. Click to access Kongsberg-EM-Technical-Note-The-advantages-of-yaw-stabilization.pdf
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. […]
Here are two of the recent changes to Processing Manager. The Qloud spline filter can now be accessed and actioned from within Processing Manager just by selecting the files or are you want to clean. Then to complement the spline filter and for having a quick look at the soundings, the Fledermaus 3D editor has […]
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
I’m not sure if this is a quote from Dr Tomlinson (the father of GIS) but it sums up our job very nicely. From the ESRI UC yesterday