HYPACK 2009 Hydrographic Surveying Training04/12/2008
|The 16th HYPACK 2009 Training Conference will be held from 12 to 14 January 2009 at the San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina in San Diego (CA, USA) overlooking the San Diego Bay. The training will cover all aspects of single beam and multibeam hydrographic surveying and dredge management using HYPACK, HYSWEEP and DREDGEPACK packages. Some of the features that will be demonstrated are export to Google Earth, Improved OpenGL graphics, new sonar interfaces, New SURVEY window, and new ADCP logging and processing capabilities.|
Thirty-four exhibitors from software/hardware manufacturers, equipment resellers and service providers will feature in the exhibit hall or performing on-the-water demonstrations. There is no additional charge to attend the exhibits.
With a spectacular waterfront setting in the heart of America's Finest City, the San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina represents the area's best location for business and leisure.
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