The science of measuring and describing features that have an impact on maritime navigation, marine construction, dredging, offshore oil exploration and drilling, and associated operations is known as hydrographic survey sensor. Soundings, shorelines, tides, currents, the seabed, and underwater impediments that are related to the aforementioned activities are given a lot of attention.
Maritime cartography, which uses the raw data gathered through hydrographic survey to create information accessible by the end user, is referred to as hydrography in the latter phases of the hydrographic process. According to different rules depending on the acceptance authority, hydrography is collected.
Surveys, which were previously carried out by ships using a sounding line or echo sounding, are now frequently carried out in shallow waters with the aid of airplanes and high-tech electronic sensor systems. Offshore survey is a subfield of hydrographic survey that focuses on describing the state of the seabed and the infrastructure surrounding subsea oilfields that interact with it.
The Global Hydrographic Surveying Sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
compact seapath technology is launched by kongsberg for hydrographic survey sensor applications. Designed primarily for hydrographic surveys, where high accuracy heading, position, roll, pitch, heave, and timing measurements are essential, the Seapath 130 is a small and reliable combined INS/GNSS system.
In a small, portable design, the product integrates cutting-edge dual frequency GNSS receivers, inertial technologies, and processing algorithms. The Seapath 130 series’ mobility, which was designed for simple transit and quick integration on board, makes it the ideal partner for the brand-new KONGSBERG EM 2040P multibeam system.
The EM and EA echo sounder models and combinations, as well as additional hydroacoustic systems created by Kongsberg, such as the M3 Sonar and Geoswath Plus shallow water multibeam, are all compatible with Seapath 130. Three Seapath 130 models are available from KONGSBERG, assuring applicability for a variety of survey applications.
For shallow water surveys, the Seapath 134 with MRU H offers 0.03° roll and pitch accuracy. The Seapath 135 with MRU 5 is the best option for surveys in deep water because it provides roll and pitch accuracy of up to 0.02°.
The Seapath 136 with MRU 5+ MK II offers up to 0.008° roll and pitch precision, making it suitable for surveys in deep water that require a high degree of angular coverage.
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