Hydrographic Society Benelux

Workshop on Vessels and Multi-beam Echo Sounders Over forty hydrographic professionals attended the workshop on Survey Vessels and Multi-beam Echo Sounders, which was held on 12 December 2012 in Delfzijl, the Netherlands. Amongst the delegates were members of the Deutsche Hydrografischen Gesellschaft (DHyG) who were invited to contribute. Speakers were Albert ­Keijzer (No Limit Ships on Workboats, multi or single role); Niels Winke (Geo Plus on MBES & Laser Scanning data, progress on processing challenges); Thorsten Döscher (chief surveyor at bremenports on Multi-beam Surveys along the Container Terminal Bremerhaven); Huibert-Jan Lekkerkerk (piLot Survey Services on Determining Rock and Rock quantities... (read more)
2013-01-18 03:32:35

Preparing HYDRO 2010

The International Federation of Hydrographic Societies (IFHS) has entrusted the German Hydrographic Society (DHyG) with organising HYDRO 2010. The three-day conference and exhibition will take place in Rostock - Warnemünde (Germany) from 2-5 November 2010.   With its prime location, directly on the beach of the Baltic Sea, the conference hotel "Yachthafenresidenz Hohe Düne" provides an ideal setting for hosting HYDRO 2010. In addition to the customary technical sessions, the geographical location of the venue will be a central theme of the conference, with a focus on two main points. On the one hand, HYDRO 2010 wants to provide a... (read more)
2009-03-18 02:02:17

German Meet French Hydrographers

After initial contacts between the Deutsche Hydrographische Gesellschafft (DHyG) and the French Association pour la Promotion de l'Hydrographie (APHY), the German Hydrographers were invited to present during the trainings day of the APHY. Holger Klindt accepted the invitation.   The first contact between the two organisations was initiated during Intergeo 2009. An official delegation of the APHY visited the Intergeo 2010 in Köln.   The APHY has a strong technical approach and emphasises the training and sharing knowledge and technical experience. Members of the organisation are representatives from French shipping and harbour organisations, but also hydrographers from the industry are... (read more)
2011-05-23 01:14:37

Hydrographic Society Benelux

Spotlight on Ship Building at Hydrographentag The 27th Hydrographentag of the German Hydrographic ­Society (DHyG) was a ‘first’: the meeting was organised together with the Hydrographic Society Benelux (HSB). More than 90 delegates from Germany and the Netherlands attended the event in Papenburg, Germany. There were two main ­topics at the conference. The first session featured three presentations on multibeam echo sounders. The newest ­developments for various applications were presented. Making use of interesting examples, the potential of water column mapping and object recognition were put in the spotlight. The Ems River was the focus of attention for the Wednesday. It... (read more)
2013-07-23 09:51:27

Hydrographic Society Benelux

Spotlight on Ship Building at Hydrographentag The 27th Hydrographentag of the German Hydrographic ­Society (DHyG) was a ‘first’: the meeting was organised together with the Hydrographic Society Benelux (HSB). More than 90 delegates from Germany and the Netherlands attended the event in Papenburg, Germany. There were two main ­topics at the conference. The first session featured three presentations on multibeam echo sounders. The newest ­developments for various applications were presented. Making use of interesting examples, the potential of water column mapping and object recognition were put in the spotlight. The Ems River was the focus of attention for the Wednesday.... (read more)
2013-07-12 02:51:50

Hydro 2016 Programme Finalised

Full programme details have been finalised for the International Federation of Hydrographic Societies’ 24th symposium and exhibition in Rostock-Warnemunde from 8-10 November 2016. It is expected to attract over 300 delegates from nearly 30 countries to the venue, the Yachthafenresidenz Hohe Dune Hotel overlooking the Baltic Sea. Organised by The German Hydrographic Society (DHyG) on behalf of the nine-member Federation (IFHS), the three-day English language event will feature 54 individual presentations over 12 parallel sessions, 48 exhibitors and an extensive series of specialist workshops and on-water demonstrations. Opening with a welcome address by IHO head Robert Ward on the first day... (read more)
2016-10-05 10:58:56

German Hydrographic Society to Stage Hydro 2016

The International Federation of Hydrographic Societies’ (IFHS) 24th symposium and exhibition will be held in Rostock-Warnemunde, Germany, from 8-10 November 2016. Abstracts of papers for presentation at this major three-day event may now be submitted to the organisers, the German Hydrographic Society (DHyG). Staged in the spacious Yachthafenresidenz Hohe Düne Hotel overlooking the Baltic Sea and expected to attract a worldwide audience drawn from all sectors of the hydrographic and related professions, main conference proceedings will be supported by an extensive exhibition of equipment and services in addition to specialist workshops and on-water demonstrations. Student and Graduate Presentations Conference proceedings are to include an exclusive... (read more)
2016-01-05 01:48:36

Greater Cooperation Between German and Benelux Societies

The Deutsche Hydrographischen Gesellschaft (DHyG) and the Hydrographic Society Benelux (HSB, The Netherlands/Belgium) are intensifying their cooperation. This will result in an improved exchange of experience and a coordination of workshops.     The members of both societies will receive invitations for workshops organised in cooperation. In November last year, the German colleagues were invited for the HSB workshop ‘Sound Technologies' and later this year, a joint workshop at MARIN in Wageningen, The Netherlands, is to be scheduled.   In 2013, a joint professional workshop in Papenburg will be added to the agendas.   (read more)
2012-01-05 09:52:17

Hydrographic Society Benelux

Successful Workshop in Antwerp Harbour The workshop themed ‘Reference Frames and Geodesy in the North Sea’ attracted nearly 70 members of the Hydrographic Society Benelux who headed for the small town of Lillo near Antwerp, a historical green oasis surrounded by the industrial area of the harbours of Antwerp. Alain de Wulf managed to create a varied programme of presentations on Wednesday 6 February 2013.   Cornelis Slobbe from Delft University of Technology started the sessions by explaining the ‘Roadmap to a mutually consistent set of offshore vertical reference frames’. He introduced the participants to various reference frames and their... (read more)
2013-03-26 01:17:19

Deutscher Hydrographentag 2005

The German Hydrographic Conference 2005 in Wilhelmshaven
This year’s annual Hydrographic Conference of the German Hydrographic Society (DHyG), the ‘Deutscher Hydrographentag’, took place in the North Sea port city of Wilhelmshaven from 6-8 June. This event, a four to five-year tradition, was jointly organised with the German Association of Surveying (DVW) and the Commission responsible for Hydrography. This year’s annual Hydrographic Conference of the German Hydrographic Society (DHyG), the ‘Deutscher Hydrographentag’, took place in the North Sea port city of Wilhelmshaven from 6-8 June. This event, a four to five-year tradition, was jointly organised with the German Association of Surveying (DVW) and the Commission responsible for Hydrography.... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00
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