RIEGL Presenting at HYDRO2015

HYDRO2015 will be held at the CTICC in Cape Town, South Africa, from 23-25 November 2015. During the presentation ‘Report on latest performance tests with the RIEGL VQ-880-G Laser Scanner’, the latest news on the new topo-bathymetric airborne laser scanning system, the RIEGL VQ-880-G, is to be highlighted. The RIEGL experts are available at Booth 36 showing RIEGL product portfolio for terrestrial, mobile, airborne, and UAV-baser laser scanning. About 350 delegates from the sector hydrography, civil engineering, oceanography, geophysics and marine resource management and other associated fields from more than 40 countries will come together to talk about the latest... (read more)
2015-11-19 08:40:20

NEXUS 800 Powered by HYPACK on Display

The NEXUS 800 powered by HYPACK is a full end-to-end solution representing a new paradigm in unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) data collection by harmonising Lidar data with photogrammetry. The NEXUS 800 is a turnkey system that tightly integrates hardware and software to provide a solution for Lidar survey planning, data acquisition, post-processing and analysis, and product creation. It features: Complete SBG Systems GNSS-aided inertial navigation system Single/Dual Lidar return with 360-degree field of view Lidar, FLIR and photogrammetric data acquisition Real-time image and point cloud viewing Post-processed correlation of point cloud and georeferenced imagery On-board Windows PC for rapid data processing... (read more)
2017-03-31 11:24:50

Dredging Point-cloud Software

Charting underwater structures, soils and project progression using GPS, sonar, single and multibeam systems produces a huge amount of data that needs to be analysed. Vast project areas can be analysed with the Point Cloud package by Pythagoras that includes user-friendly drawing, calculation and design tools and 3D visualisation of large point-cloud files and vector data. Datasets coming from total stations, GPS instruments, laser scanners, mobile mappers, UAV and drones, single and multibeam systems and other CAD and GIS software packages can be handled and processed. Calculating volumes, contour lines, cross sections, profiles, terrain models and exporting machine control datasets... (read more)
2016-08-08 11:36:32

4D Ocean Maps Using Only Autonomous Platforms

4D Ocean was launched on the 3 April 2017 to provide autonomous survey services to the seabed mapping community. As a dedicated ASV, AUV and UAV operator they can supply the specialist service to companies so that they can take advantage of the performance efficiency, value for money and safety without having to have the in-house expertise or equipment investment. Duncan Mallace, 4D Ocean’s founder and managing director says “It is similar to the early days of multibeam sonars, everyone sees that autonomous survey is a great idea and the way ahead but are reluctant to invest or don’t have... (read more)
2017-04-04 09:41:27

ICARUS Robotic Search and Rescue Ready from 2016

On 9-10 July 2015, at the Portuguese Navy Base of Alfeite (Almada) in Lisbon, 24 Project Partners from 9 countries demonstrated the ICARUS (Integrated Components for Assisted Rescue and Unmanned Search Operations) system, as a final step of the ICARUS European project funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (FP7). The demonstration included Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs) and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), linked together in a shared robotic network that enhances interoperability and full collaboration. During the ICARUS final event in Lisbon, the Project Partners coming from Portugal (CINAV, INESC, ESRI), Spain (EURECAT... (read more)
2015-07-29 08:30:00

US Multiple Unmanned Vehicle Contracts

Aptima has been awarded three contracts for developing technologies to improve the control and functions of unmanned air, land, and sea vehicles (UxVs) and their integration into military operations. The Army and Navy contracts address a continuum, scaling from how individual unmanned vehicles, such as drones, can be operated with fewer personnel, to the coordination of teams of UxVs used in joint military operations.   Having evolved from a battlefield curiosity to today's use in urban warfare - for surveillance, to detect and disarm IEDs, and as weapons systems - UxVs are a part of the US military's transformation. The... (read more)
2007-11-14 09:32:10

Unmanned Systems Exhibition and Symposium

AUVSI's Unmanned Systems North America 2006 offers from 29 to 31 August 2006 over 178,000 square feet of hardware and static equipment displays at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, USA. This event is sponsored by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI). Between the plenary sessions will feature: Dr. Thomas Killion, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army RADM William E. Landay, III, Chief of Naval Research, ONR Major General Michael Kostelnik, USAF (Ret.), Department of Homeland Security, Assistant Commissioner, Office of CBP Air and Marine BG Walt Davis, Commander, JUAS Center of Excellence Air... (read more)
2006-07-12 12:00:00

AUV Co-operation Pact

General Atomics, Kongsberg Maritime and C & C Technologies have agreed to co-operate on the development of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) and associated technologies. General Atomics (GA) and its affiliates are high-technology development companies in areas ranging from nuclear technologies and advanced defence and energy systems to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), including the Predator, a remotely operated surveillance aircraft. GA is currently active in systems integration for several US Navy programmes, including an Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System, an Advanced Arresting Gear, Integrated Fight Through Power Conversion equipment, a Superconducting Homopolar Propulsion Motor, and an Electromagnetic Railgun. C & C Technologies... (read more)
2005-12-08 12:00:00

Airborne Terrain and Bathymetry Sensors at GEOINT

Optech, USA, is to present at the GEOINT 2013 Symposium from 14 to 17 April 2014. For missions requiring seamless topo/bathy with airborne efficiency even in turbid water conditions, enabling submerged object detection, water column analysis and bottom characterisation, get a glimpse of what is possible by also attending the lightning talk that Defense & Security US sales manager Barry Cross will give on 14 April from 11:00am – 12:30pm. In his presentation, he will demonstrate how the Optech CZMIL HydroFusion workflow software uses full-waveform data analysis and voxelization to give CZMIL its industry-leading depth penetration and underwater object detection... (read more)
2014-04-09 05:02:29

New Men for MARS at Planet Ocean

Surrey, UK-based Planet Ocean has welcomed two new team members joining their Marine Autonomous Systems Group located at the National Oceanography Centre MARSIC (Marine Autonomous & Robotics Systems Innovation Centre). Dr Marcus Müller EngD, PGDip, BEng (Hons) joins as Electronics Design Engineer. Jérémy Sitbon is their software designer and joins after graduating from the Engineering school Polytech Paris-UPMC. Marcus has completed his Bioengineering Doctorate (EngD) in medical devices at the University of Strahclyde. Prior to this, he was awarded a PGDip in Geospatial Mapping Sciences from Glasgow University, and his first degree (BEng) in Mechatronics from the University of Applied... (read more)
2015-09-02 05:07:15
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