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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...

The Challenges of Surveying the Faroe Islands

The Challenges of Surveying the Faroe Islands

Remotely situated in the northern Atlantic Ocean, roughly equidistant from Scotland, Iceland and Norway, the Faroe Islands form a rugged and rocky archipelago. The cool and cloudy weather, with strong...

Data Quality Factors for Marine UXO Surveys

Data Quality Factors for Marine UXO Surveys

The detection of unexploded ordnance (UXO) in the sea is a demanding task. UXO survey data is acquired using a set of different sensors in different configurations and can span large areas. To make su...

Introducing a Portable ASV for Extremely Shallow Waters

Introducing a Portable ASV for Extremely Shallow Waters

SWAMP (Shallow Water Autonomous Multipurpose Platform) is a new autonomous surface vehicle (ASV) whose design and development forms the foundation for an innovative class of highly modular and reconfi...

Robotics and Automation Advance the Offshore Wind Industry

Robotics and Automation Advance the Offshore Wind Industry

During the life cycle of offshore wind farms (OWFs), operators must maximize the uptime of wind turbines to generate as much energy as possible. As OWFs are constructed further from the coast, mainten...

Airborne Lidar Bathymetry in Close Up

Airborne Lidar Bathymetry in Close Up

RIEGL tested the performance of its topo-bathymetric airborne laser scanning system in a transition zone context along the French Mediterranean coast. Initially planned as a UAV survey, tests were con...

Cable Inspections the Uncrewed Way

Cable Inspections the Uncrewed Way

XOCEAN has completed 35 cable inspection surveys using a combination of Uncrewed Surface Vessels (USVs) and Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) between the Scottish mainland and Western Isles. There was a...

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