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Businesswoman in the Middle East

Ms Murray joined Oceonics (the forerunner of Seatronics) in 1981. It was here that she got her first taste of business in the hydrographic Industry, specifically in the sales environment....

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Surveying the Gulf of Mexico

Surveying and mapping for the offshore petroleum industry in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) has been a source of confusion and wonder, especially to non-US nationals working there for the...

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Geomares: Quality is Our Motto

Geomares Publishing is the new media company behind Hydro international, which in October took over ownership from the magazine’s previous publisher of almost ten years, Reed Business Geo. Publishing director...

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‘Hydrography is Both a Science and a Technique’

Chief weapons engineer Laurent Kerléguer was appointed director general of Shom, the French hydrographic office, in July 2019. In this interview, Hydro International asks him about the latest developments regarding the world of hydrography, climate change and artificial intelligence. “It’s becoming more urgent than ever to measure the ocean.” In this interview, Laurent Kerléguer, director-general of the French hydrographic office Shom, discusses the latest developments regarding the world of hydrography, climate change and artificial intelligence. Chief weapons engineer Laurent...

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Assessing the Quality of Soundings

Ensuring that your hydrographic data complies with the latest standards can be difficult, particularly as standards continually change with new advances in technology. Simon Squibb discusses a ‘binning’ technique that...

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Synthetic Aperture Sonar Challenges

Synthetic aperture sonar (SAS) has been under active development for decades. The technique is particularly well suited for autonomous underwater vehicles, and it is expected that SAS will replace traditional...

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Solving the Uncertainty Management Puzzle

As shipping companies continue to make their operations more cost efficient and environmentally friendly, the demand for high density data has increased. Uncertainty management is a cornerstone to sound Geomatics...

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Rheology as a Survey Tool

To reduce the dredging cost many harbour authorities and governmental bodies are seeking for a more suitable and a rheology-related survey tool. The in situ instruments available on the market...

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