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SyQwest Seamlessly Integrates with SonarWiz5 and SBP Software

Published 08/21/2015

SonarWiz 5, from Chesapeake Technology, Inc., is seamlessly integrated with the full line of SyQwest sonar systems. Combining the precision sidescan sonar, sub-bottom profiling and hydrographic survey data acquisition products of SyQwest with the easy-to-use mapping capabilities of SonarWiz 5 produces a high-quality deliverable from a reliable package. SonarWiz 5 is a complete data acquisition...

Gowanus Canal Bottom Elevations, Brooklyn NY

Published 07/17/2015

CR Environmental, Inc. performed a bathymetric survey of part of Gowanus Bay and all navigable portions of the Gowanus Canal, located in Brooklyn, NY, on January 5, 2010 for Henningson, Durham and Richardson Architecture and Engineering, P.C. utilizing the SyQwest Bathy 500 and a SyQwest HydroBox.  The objective of the survey was to map seabed...

Autonomous Drifting Echo Sounding Buoys by SyQwest

Published 06/17/2015

A GEBCO meeting in Copenhagen twelve years ago began the push to develop an autonomous drifting echo sounding buoy (SSPARR or Seafloor Sounding in Polar and Remote Regions). It coincided, not incidentally, with Clinton’s removal of Selective Availability (SA) from GPS navigation, and the availability of worldwide Iridium satellite communications. ~ Dr John. K. Hall, Geological...

See the StrataBox 3510 in action on the Bangka Sea

Published 05/27/2015

Sedimentlayeringandcompositiondetectiononthebangkaseausingsyqwest3 150528200507-lva1-app6891 from MarkGirouard3 Our SyQwest StrataBox 3510 was recently used in a sediment layering and composition detection study conducted on the Bangka Sea. Here are a few images that the client was generous enough to share with us.

Perry Lake Survey Utilizes Bathy 1500C

Published 05/17/2015

The Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) conducted a hydrographic survey of Perry Lake to collect hydrographic data of the lake and convert this information into an elevation-area-capacity table. This project was funded by the OWRB’s Dam Safety Program.Perry Lake is located on Cow Creek in Noble County approximately four miles southwest of Perry, Oklahoma. The...