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Automatic Shipwreck Detection in Bathymetry Data

Automatic Shipwreck Detection in Bathymetry Data

Archaeologists have long been interested in shipwrecks. These sites can tell us about ancient transportation and trading routes, technological innovations and cultural exchanges over thousands of year...

Towards a Coastline Base Map in Indonesia

Towards a Coastline Base Map in Indonesia

The accuracy of coastline data in Indonesia could be much improved by making use of Lidar bathymetry technology. In this article, the authors describe how Lidar bathymetry survey techniques were appli...

What is GNSS Spoofing?

What is GNSS Spoofing?

With spoofing attacks on the rise, survey-grade GNSS receivers need to be protected by interference mitigation technology utilizing the latest security techniques to ensure reliable positioning. The s...

How a Training Institute Gets By…

How a Training Institute Gets By…

Students all over the world are finding it difficult to get the training that they need in the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In this article, we see how a hydrographic training institute in the Nether...

The Emergence of AI in Hydrography

The Emergence of AI in Hydrography

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 hy...

The History of Pursuing Hydrographic Measurement Accuracy

The History of Pursuing Hydrographic Measurement Accuracy

The profession of hydrographer is built upon measurement accuracy. Ever since Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer produced the first true nautical charts in 1584, hydrographers have been working to improve the a...

The Titanic Disaster and Its Aftermath

The Titanic Disaster and Its Aftermath

In the night of 14 April 1912, the unthinkable happened. The mightiest ship afloat, the brand new White Star Line ship Titanic, was on its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York. The shi...

Unleashing the Full Potential of Hydrographic Data

Unleashing the Full Potential of Hydrographic Data

Hydro International spoke to five leading experts about the present and future of the hydrographic industry. In this interview, Birte Noer Borrevik (Kartverket: the Norwegian Mapping Authority) talks ...

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