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Surveying Lake Superior the Uncrewed Way

Surveying Lake Superior the Uncrewed Way

Two Uncrewed Surface Vessels (USVs), remotely controlled via satellite, conducted pioneering survey work on Lake Superior for the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) in partnership with IIC Technologi...

Seabed 2030: The Final Sprint

Seabed 2030: The Final Sprint

The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project has just over nine years left to achieve its indispensable goal of the definitive, freely available, map of the entire world ocean floor. The Project’...

Multispectral Multibeam Echosounder Backscatter Data

Multispectral Multibeam Echosounder Backscatter Data

The Multibeam Echosounder (MBES) is used for various purposes, and MBES systems have become the standard instrument for bathymetric determination. However, new developments mean that MBES systems are ...

Machine Learning as a Tool

Machine Learning as a Tool

Machine learning is currently experiencing a surge of interest. Of course, what first come to mind are self-driving cars, face recognition and internet algorithms. However, while these are great examp...

Hydrography and Oceanography: Combination of Strengths

Hydrography and Oceanography: Combination of Strengths

Mathias Jonas, Secretary-General, IHO, describes the implications of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development for the IHO and the hydrography sector. Proclaimed in 2017 by the United...

Testing and Analysing Uncrewed Survey Methods

Testing and Analysing Uncrewed Survey Methods

The SHOM – the French national hydrographic service – is planning to replace most of its aging sea-going assets in the near future and, in this context, a four-week sea trial took place in Brest, ...

Exploring New Horizons for Ocean Observation

Exploring New Horizons for Ocean Observation

As the informed readership of Hydro International knows, the oceans sustain the planet. And, while there are many drivers of the changes to the Earth’s climate that now pose an existential threat to...

Who Is Going to Map the High Seas?

Who Is Going to Map the High Seas?

To achieve the aggressive goals of Seabed 2030, uncrewed survey systems must be used to augment more traditional ocean mapping efforts, particularly on the high seas. In addition to providing a much-n...

Using Machine Learning to Derive Benthic Habitat Maps

Using Machine Learning to Derive Benthic Habitat Maps

The South African Council for Geoscience recently launched an initiative to optimize marine geophysical data collection in South African waters. The main aim of the initiative is to produce marine off...

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