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Echoscope Discoveries During OI

  25/03/2010
CodaOctopus reports a good show during OI in London, UK, from 9th to 11th March. The latest Echoscope technology and the all-new Coda Seismic+ processing module attracted the most continuous attention on their stand throughout the week. Debris including crates, pipes, wheels and even an overturned car was seen at the bottom of Royal Victoria Dock, adjacent to ExCeL. Data were collected in real-time using the Echoscope system aboard the Wessex Explorer and did not need processing.

Echoscope Discoveries during OI

The Octopus F180series of motion sensors, the CodaOctopus Team programme and other geophysical systems remained popular, with satisfied users taking advantage of a range of upgrades, recalibration and trade-in arrangements.

Copies of the impressive data we collected in real-time with the Echoscope system in Royal Victoria Dock are now available for review - and it's worth noting that no post-processing was required.

 

 




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