Articles & Whitepapers
Integrating Current Technology into Search and Recovery Operations
Search and recovery operations currently conducted by Fire and Law Enforcement Search and Rescue Teams often rely on outdated technology. Fish finders, inexpensive, low resolution sidescan sonars, and trained divers are the most used tools to search for downed planes, sunken ships, contraband, and missing persons. This application note will demonstrate an integrated approach using current, state ...
Surveying company finds new opportunities with in-situ equipment - Case Study
Overview A Pacific Northwest surveying firm successfully expanded its capabilities using the Aqua TROLL 600 to monitor water quality for a large industrial customer. Challenge Statewide Land ...
CEESCOPE Survey Program Commenced at Mississippi River Grain Terminal
Grain from US farming is transported down the Mississippi River in enormous quantities for export to customers all around the world. The grain barges that have been transported downriver are unloaded at grain elevators and rapidly transferred to ...
Unmanned technology unveiling the mystery of Antarctica — USV fills data gap for polar expedition
OceanAlpha work with Kongsberg to demonstrate ME120 USV and M3 Sonar in Ocean Business 2019
Oceanalpha USV explore the third pole of the Earth
The OceanAlpha USV workshop certified 8 trainees from 6 companies
Equipment & Solutions
Sound Source, Sparker
The Dura-Spark L200 consists of two banks of 100 tips that allow the operator to tune the source from the vessel to its application. Each bank can be fired independently, in Flip-Flop mode, combined with Fire-Delay or a Split-Fire delay. This flexibility, together with selectable source depth, allows the sound source to be used in both shallow and deep waters for multiple seismic data-gathering ...