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Hydrography: Growth Prospects on the Horizon

Hydrography: Growth Prospects on the Horizon

The shift towards an economy based on renewable energy and growing efforts to enhance nautical charting are two driving forces in the hydrographic industry, and the business will increasingly turn to ...

More Training, Please!

More Training, Please!

Looking at the current hydrographic market, an interesting aspect is the continuous search for hydrographic personnel. However, while quite a few of the current hydrographic surveyors obtained their t...

Dangerous War Remnants

Dangerous War Remnants

Countless ships and aircraft were lost at sea in the two world wars. Many of these went down with a large amount of fuel and munitions onboard, not to forget the countless sailors and airmen who lost ...

Data Is Here to Stay

Data Is Here to Stay

While online data acquisition is of course of the utmost importance in hydrography, technological developments mean that modern surveyors also need to know about data science, machine learning and art...

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’s...

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...

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