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At Hydro International, we are always searching for great stories and the most relevant news. However, we are sure there is much more going on than our editorial team can cover. So we are encouraging hydrographic professionals to share their insights too. Are you interested in writing a blog about an exciting or unusual survey or project? Or perhaps you would like to inform our readers about a game-changing innovation? If so, let us know! We are keen to expand our coverage with your blogs. Contact our content manager, Cees van Dijk, to discuss your ideas. He is looking forward to hearing what... (read more)
2016-08-16 03:24:49

Navigation Sounder from SAM Electronics

Sam Electronics has introduced SAM 4620, a compact type-approved IMO-compliant navigation echosounder. It can be used in single or dual-channel mode in depths between 5 and 1,000m. Depth displays can be in either fathoms or feet. TFT displays present latitude/longitude and speed data, which can be annotated with date and time when connected to a GPS-unit. Data can be transferred to EC-DIS, VDR and other sensors via RS232C and RS422 interfaces. Echograms can be changed in three stages for extended display intervals without affecting current readings. Stored data is displayed both graphically and digitally and can be downloaded to a... (read more)
2006-11-29 12:00:00

Sales Rep Joins Navionics

Navionics has included Thorsten Stephan Verhulst in its European Sales & Marketing Department as Sales Representative. Thorsten has an Engineering background, and worked in sales both in Holland and France; then he moved to Italy to work as project manager for a manufacturing company.   In the last 5 years, Thorsten has been Quality and Product Manager for a company producing water pumps. "With his experience and capabilities, Thorsten will be a great support for Navionics in Europe", says Claudio Zimarino, Sales & Marketing Manager at Navionics, Italy.     (read more)
2008-06-06 04:29:47

Ray Kostachuk

Ray Kostachuk’s research focuses on collaborative field experiments on sedimentary processes in rivers, estuaries and lakes. He is currently working on sand and gravel dunes in rivers and density currents in glacial lakes, developing and applying instrumentation for fluvial research, including the acoustic Doppler current profiler (aDcp), acoustic Doppler velocimeter (aDv), laser in-situ sediment scattering transmissometer (LISST) and multibeam echo sounder (MBES). (read more)
2017-11-02 10:21:04

Product News: MATS LT, Modem for Underwater Acoustic Communication and Positioning

MATS LT is a cost-effective micro modem dedicated for underwater acoustic communication and positioning. Its small size, weight and reduced power consumption make MATS LT an ideal solution for compact AUVs. Highly efficient, the micro underwater acoustic modem allows a communication range up to 3,500 meters. MATS LT is available in two versions: cased (water resistant up to 500m) or uncased ready for integration in your own solution. (read more)
2020-04-07 12:57:19

Free MARS Viewer

Merrick & Company has released its free MARS Viewer at the International LIDAR Mapping Forum (ILMF) 2006. MARS Viewer is an intuitive, easy-to-use viewing application for LIDAR and associated terrain data. Designed as a lightweight visualization application, MARS Viewer allows users to view and navigate point cloud and surface models. Merrick Advanced Remote Sensing (MARS) software is a stand-alone, Windows-based application specifically designed for processing, analyzing and managing terrain data. (read more)
2006-03-03 12:00:00

John Pepper

John Pepper is marketing director at OceanWise. He trained as both a land and hydrographic surveyor and has 40 years’ geospatial experience working in the UK and overseas with Ordnance Survey, DOS and UKHO. He specialises in data collection and management, planning, policy and strategy, training and marketing. He joined OceanWise in 2011. (read more)
2017-05-30 11:07:48

Janine Nauw

Janine Nauw is a researcher working at the Coastal System Sciences at NIOZ. She has vast experience in estuarine hydrodynamics, sediment and fish larvae transport, as well as in methane dispersion in a marine environment. Janine has a PhD in physical oceanography from Utrecht University. (read more)
2017-06-08 02:07:03

David Gray

David H. Gray worked for the Canadian Hydrographic Service from 1971 to 2005 and was involved in geodetic surveying computations, radio navigation systems, and maritime boundaries. He authored chapters in Mapping a Northern Land and Charting Northern Waters concerning CHS post-war history. (read more)
2017-05-31 03:32:01

Dr. Stefania Giodini

Dr. Stefania Giodini received her MSc in Physics from Universitá degli Studi Milano-Bicocca (Italy) in 2006 and her PhD in Astrophysics from LMU/ Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (Germany) in 2010. In 2012, she joined the Acoustics and Sonar department at TNO as research scientist specialising in Underwater Robotics and Applied Autonomy. (read more)
2017-06-01 03:20:11
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