Adds Hydrographic Processing Software and USBL has recently added two new product categories: Hydrographic Processing Software and USBL. The website guides users through the maze of specifications, giving them the opportunity to compare products from different suppliers and read other professionals’ reviews in order to reach a balanced judgment before buying. Eye4Software and CARIS are the first suppliers in the Hydrographic Processing Software category. In addition to general specifications, detailed information is given about the system parameters, speed of sound, motion compensation, interfaces, transponders, deployment and maintenance criteria. The USBLs category currently features 5 CTD systems from 2 different manufacturers as premier products. In addition... (read more)
2014-11-05 11:42:12

HIPS and SIPS 11.0 Simplifies Bathymetric Processing Workflow

Teledyne CARIS has released HIPS and SIPS 11.0, the latest hydrographic data processing solution. This release introduces several improvements making it easier for users to start new projects and process data, as well as an enhanced user experience while interacting with survey data. For users looking for the simplest way to open and process their data, HIPS and SIPS now supports Drag and Drop for raw sensor files. When users Drag and Drop files onto the application, the raw data is automatically processed and georeferenced, and a gridded surface is created. Georeference Bathymetry Version 11.0 also offers one-step processing. The... (read more)
2018-06-11 10:30:46

Aplanix Releases Service Pack 1 for its Industry-Leading-Post-Processing Software

Applanix announced the release of Service Pack 1 for its POSPac 4.2 post-processing software. The service pack is aimed at airborne and land-based POS (Position and Orientation System) users operating a variety of sensors such as aerial cameras, LIDAR, Synthetic Aperture Radar, and vehicle-mounted terrestrial scanners. Service Pack 1 will allow them to take full advantage of enhanced post-processing configurations and performance improvements. In addition to adding support for the latest release of POS AV Firmware V 3.1, a number of key features specifically aimed at the airborne photogrammetric market have been incorporated in the new service pack In focusing... (read more)
2005-01-17 12:00:00

CenterPoint RTX Post-processing Service Adds Galileo and BeiDou MEO Satellite Preview

Trimble, USA, released a preview version of its CenterPoint RTX post-processing service at ION GNSS 2013, enabling GNSS observations using available Galileo and BeiDou Middle Earth Orbit (MEO) satellites. Powered by Trimble RTX technology, the free CenterPoint RTX post-processing service provides better than centimetre-level positions. The existing CenterPoint RTX post-processing site uses data from the GPS, GLONASS, and QZSS satellite systems. Through a link accessible from the post-processing website, users can enter a preview site and derive positions that also use data from available open service Galileo and BeiDou MEO satellites. With the addition of Galileo and BeiDou MEO support,... (read more)
2013-09-19 09:00:11

Triton Elics International Announces Processing Suite for Benthos C3D

Triton Elics International yesterday launched C3Dsuite, a software package for collecting and processing sidescan and bathymetry data from the Benthos C3D Sonar Imaging System. The sonar can simultaneously collect co-registered bathymetry and side scan sonar with a single system. The C3D suite has acquisition and processing capabilities tuned especially for the C3D. The package includes enhanced Isis software which can handle the two data types. A window is used to display a 3D view of the side scan data draped with the bathymetry, this is updated in real time s the data is acquired. The C3D package also includes TEI’s... (read more)
2004-03-17 12:00:00

Ship-induced Riverbank and Harbour Damage

Evidence for Claims Processing
The use of rivers and channels for various purposes entails many conflicting interests. Ships produce not only waves but also a deep fall in water level during their passing. This article presents detailed discussion of these issues and a method of preservation of evidence for handling claims for damages so caused. The constant extension of large ports means increasingly intensive use of existing infrastructure and available times for loading and unloading. The cruising speeds of ships are also on the increase thanks to propulsion techniques and pressure to maintain tight sailing schedules. Merchant shipping is concentrated more than ever on... (read more)
2007-09-04 12:00:00

Multi-beam Error Management

New data processing trends in hydrography
The hydrographic community has tumbled headlong into a data boom. Hundreds of single-beam soundings are now replaced by millions of high-resolution multi-beam swath soundings. This boom is not free from the problems inherent in how data is to be handled by ever-shrinking staff and ever-increasing demands for ways to store, process and archive gargantuan datasets. Luckily, modern computer hardware and processors can handle the load. However, there is still the issue of affording resources for traditional data processing, where each sounding is scrutinised. What new software approaches are being developed to automate processing? This article describes one new and innovative... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

Hydrographic Surveying in Dense Aquatic Vegetation

Digital signal processing for improved bottom tracking
It can be difficult to detect the true bottom depth beneath dense Submersed Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) using current hydrographic echo sounder systems. High acoustic reflectivity of the vegetation can result in depth declarations within the vegetation canopy. This leads to underestimating bottom depth and overestimating dredging quantities required. This is demonstrated at a harbour, densely colonised with a robust bladed seagrass. Two echo sounder systems were used simultaneously - one a widely used single-beam hydrographic echo sounder; and the other a similar system designed to detect SAV. Dramatically different results are attributed to differing signal processing approaches. This is further... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

Applanix POSPac AIR 4.4

Applanix has introduced POSPac AIR Version 4.4 post-processing software, used to extend the accuracy potential of the POS AV system. Designed to maximise data quality and optimise workflow from project planning through to project completion, POSPac AIR 4.4 is specifically configured for the airborne environment and is compatible with a variety of aerial sensors. New processing features are a big part of the new POSPac AIR Version 4.4 release, including a new dual frequency single point carrier phase processing algorithm for Precise Point Positioning (PPP). This technique is a solution for remote areas that do not have dense reference station... (read more)
2007-02-13 02:52:02

Open Geophysical releases OpenCPS 3.0

Open Geophysical has released the OpenCPS 3.0 software platform delivering production seismic data processing for land and marine data. The 3.0 release brings processing capabilities spanning from field QC through PSTM imaging. New marine workflows include 3D SRME and Fourier-domain regularisation. New land workflows include crooked line support and FXY deconvolution for cross-spread gathers. The software infrastructure has been enhanced to support the industry's largest data volumes and computing systems. Open Geophysical was acquired by Dolphin Geophysical in 2012. Subsequently, Dolphin has installed OpenCPS 3.0 in its London processing centre and on its four vessels for onboard quality control and... (read more)
2013-04-05 05:05:00
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