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Watch the Arctic’s Sea Ice Slowly Disappear

New research finds the Arctic’s oldest and thickest ice is more mobile and is vanishing twice as fast as ice in the rest of the Arctic. Researchers have identified what they’re calling the last ice area, a 2000-kilometre stretch of o... (read more)

Scientists Discover World’s Largest Caldera In The Philippine Sea

A group of marine scientists has recently discovered a large igneous massif east of the island of Luzon, located on the bottom of the Philippine Sea. According to the study published, this massif represents the remains of earth’s largest known... (read more)

Fugro RAMMS Technology Benefits US Navy Mapping System

Fugro’s collaboration with Areté to develop the Rapid Airborne Multibeam Mapping System (RAMMS) has resulted in improved maritime domain awareness for the US Navy. The accomplishment, which was showcased last week during a Naval Oceanogr... (read more)
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Preparing for Hydrographic Artificial Intelligence Network and Systems

With the ever-increasing and affordable availability of capacity and computing power to process and store data, the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) in marine geomatics, ocean sciences and hydrography is palpable. Mathematical models are ver... (read more)
 

 

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‘Hydrography is Both a Science and a Technique’

Chief weapons engineer Laurent Kerléguer was appointed director-general of Shom, the French hydrographic office, in July 2019. In this interview, Hydro International asks him about the latest developments regarding the world of hydrography, cl... (read more)
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The Sun Shines on Nautical Charts in Different Ways

Just recently someone reminded me about the 20th anniversary of the finalization of the first official type-approval of an ECDIS device. Indeed, it was in summer 1999 that all sea trials and technical tests at the labs of the Federal Maritime and Hyd... (read more)
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Hydro International started out as a print magazine in 1996 and soon developed into a the multimedia platform it is today, featuring a successful website and respected weekly newsletter. Hydro International is published six times a year. The magazine is international in scope and focuses on bringing to its readership topical overviews and the latest news and developments in the technology and management of hydrographic and oceanographic activities.

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