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Support for UXO Seminar

Bibby HydroMap is one of the sponsors of the upcoming UXO Survey Seminar organised and hosted by The Hydrographic Society UK. Taking place at Southampton Solent University Conference Centre on...

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UXO Project for TenneT

MMT, Sweden, has been awarded an Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) search and clearance project for TenneT offshore GmbH in the German Bight. The HelWin 2 offshore cable route including the HVDC...

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UXO Surveys Seminar Programme Finalised

Full programme details for the one-day seminar and accompanying table-top exhibition on unexploded odnance (UXO) surveys, to be held at Southampton Solent University’s Conference Centre on Friday 19 June 2015,...

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Introduction of UXO Marine Software

Geosoft, headquartered in Canada, will introduce the new UXO Marine software at Ocean Business 13, running from 9 to 11 April 2013 in Southampton, UK. The software provides marine surveyors...

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MMT Wins UXO Contract for Race Bank

MMT, Sweden, has been granted a contract from DONG Energy Wind Power for UXO inspections and excavations of various contacts with option on disposal and removal at Race Bank Offshore...

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UXO Survey Workshop: Call for Abstracts

The Hydrographic Society UK (THS UK) is to organise a one-day seminar and accompanying table-top exhibition focusing on Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Surveys on 19 June 2015. A separately ticketed social...

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UXO Marine for Underwater Site Investigations

Canada-headquartered Geosoft has introduced UXO Marine, a software solution for the detection and classification of cables, pipelines and unexploded ordnance in underwater environments using geophysics. UXO Marine combines magnetic data...

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Moving UXO Classification to the Cloud

Geosoft is partnering with Acorn Science and Innovation to create a cloud-based technology solution for unexploded ordnance (UXO) classification projects. The three-year project, funded by the US Department of Defense’s...

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