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Bathymetric Survey of Bulgarian Coastline

  17/07/2009
Blom has been awarded a bathymetric laser scanning (Lidar) contract by the Center for Underwater Archeology for a survey of the coastline of the Black Sea in Bulgaria. The Center for Underwater Archeology is the public organization in Bulgaria responsible for the protection and preservation of the Bulgarian underwater cultural heritage. The project is established to identify archaeological sites on the Bulgarian coastline to enhance maritime cultural resource preservation and protection and enable further scientific research.
 

 

The bathymetric Lidar scanning survey will be carried out by Blom Bulgaria and Blom Aerofilms, Blom's UK subsidiary. The survey covers app. 100km2 of the Bulgarian coastline in the Black Sea. The project will be carried out using Hawkeye technology. The Hawkeye system is a Lidar instrument for bathymetric surveys, representing one of the leading bathymetric technologies available on the market. Bathymetric surveys are laser scanning of the coastline, both seabed and land.

 

The project is expected to be finalized during forth quarter 2009.

 




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