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Crowdsourcing to Improve Bathymetric Data

  16/07/2010
TeamSurv is a project using crowdsourcing to improve bathymetric data in coastal waters. Participants log data from their vessel's instruments whilst going about their normal activities at sea, and then upload the data to the project web site for processing.



The company have spent the first few months setting up the infrastructure and developing hardware and software loggers, and are now recruiting volunteers, as well as continuing software development for reduction of the soundings.





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 vessel  software 

Website: http://www.teamsurv.eu



   


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