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  • QPS-Home
    drilling rigs seismic research vessels and hydrographic survey vessels QPS has a fast growing market share in the offshore oil and gas industry dredging industry and port communities In December 2000 QPS merged activities with HITT Holland Institute of Traffic Technology based in Apeldoorn The Netherlands With their emphasis on vessel traffic management software a clear synergy quickly emerged especially in providing products and services to port and river authorities and their associated business e g marine pilots Initially oriented towards navigation and positioning consultancy QPS evolved to development of integrated navigation system software embracing real time quality control quality assurance functionality missing at that time in contractor software When survey contractors began purchasing QPS software the company emerged as a full time software house In 1996 QPS moved from MS DOS to start the development of a new Windows based software package named QINSy Quality Integrated Navigation System Sales started in 1997 and today many vessels use QINSy for navigation and positioning data collection and processing This product is based on a no limits design criteria whereby hardware computers and sensors rather than software would be the limiting factor The structure facilitated almost unlimited additional software developments to be

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  • QPS - QINSy
    About Us Contact QINSy Quality Integrated Navigation System is a hydrographic data acquisition navigation and processing software package The suite of applications can be used for various types of surveys ranging from simple single beam surveys up to complex offshore

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-qinsy (2016-05-01)
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  • QPS - Fledermaus
    They use the software to interact with massive geographical datasets of numerous data types for ocean mapping and land based projects The intuitive 4D display and interaction allows clients to rapidly gain insight and extract more information from their underlying data This provides our clients with added value in data processing efficiency quality control accuracy data analysis completeness and project integration that promotes clear communication A wide variety of industry

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  • QPS - Qimera
    Search Home Agencies Nigeria News Hydrobib Training About Us Contact Hydrographic Processing To be released in 2015 Back to Top 2016 HydroChart dk

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-qimera (2016-05-01)
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  • QPS - Qastor
    Although primarily designed as an ECS for piloting operations Qastor has also proven to be a useful navigation tool in several other fields including Ship Trials Oil Rig Positioning Inland River Barges SPM Approaches Ferry Operations Oil and Gas Tanker Approaches and Docking Patrol Vessels and Tugboat Operations Using wired or wireless methods Qastor interfaces to most devices outputting NMEA data strings to AIS transponders receivers and to the QPS

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  • R2Sonic - Home
    data with maximum user flexibility through all range settings to 500m The unprecedented 60 kHz signal bandwidth offers twice the resolution of any other commercial sonar in both data accuracy and imagery With over 20x selectable operating frequencies to chose from within the 200 to 400kHz band the user is not limited by two or three operating frequencies and thus can trade off resolution and range and effectively control interference from other active acoustic systems In addition to selectable operating frequencies Sonic systems provide variable swath coverage selections from 10 to 160 on the fly in real time and across all frequencies from 200 to 400 kHz The operator may also rotate the sector to precise location either port or starboard side of the vessel No other high resolution high frequency sonar offers such variability of coverage and productivity When a narrow sector is selected all soundings are concentrated within the swath for increased resolution over small scale bottom features Wide swath sectors are typically used for general mapping or when surveying vertical surfaces such as quays breakwaters dams pilings or bridge abutments as the increased opening angles eliminate need to rotate the sonar head Sonic system performance is characterized

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  • R2Sonic - Sonic 2020
    focused 2 beam widths and 60kHz broadband signal processing provide hydrographic professionals with quality data output for shallow water survey operations The Sonar consists of a combined outboard receiver projector module and the inboard Sonar Interface Module SIM Third party auxiliary sensors are connected to the SIM The Sonar data is tagged with GPS time As with other pioneering Sonic wideband multibeam echo sounders separate topside processors have been eliminated dramatically reducing system size improving system reliability and increasing system efficiency with beam forming done at point of reception The sonar operation is controlled from a graphical user interface on a PC or laptop which is typically equipped with navigation data collection and storage applications software The operator sets the sonar parameters in the sonar control window while depth imagery and other sensor data are captured and displayed by the applications software Commands are transmitted through an Ethernet interface to the Sonar Interface Module The Sonar Interface Module supplies power to the sonar heads synchronizes multiple heads time tags sensor data and relays data to the applications workstation and commands to the sonar head The receiver head decodes the sonar commands triggers the transmit pulse receives amplifies beam forms bottom detects packages and transmits the data through the Sonar Interface Module via Ethernet to the control PC The ultra compact size low weight low power consumption of 20W and elimination of separate topside processor make Sonic 2020 ideal for small survey vessel ROV or AUV operations Technical Specifications Frequensy 200KHz 400KHz Beamwidth across track 2 0 Beamwidth along tracks 2 0 Number og beams 256 Selectable swath sector 10 to 130 Max Range settings 500m Pulse Length 15µs 1000µs Pulse Type Shaped CW Ping Rate Up to 60 Hz Depth Rating 100m Operating Temperature 0 C to 50 C Storage

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  • R2Sonic - Sonic 2022
    controlling interference from other active acoustic systems In addition to selectable operating frequencies the Sonic 2024 provides variable swath coverage selections from 10 to 160 as well as ability to rotate the swath sector Both the frequency and swath coverage may be selected on the fly in real time during survey operations The Sonar consists of the outboard projector and receiver modules and the inboard Sonar Interface Module SIM Third party auxiliary sensors are connected to the SIM The sonar data is tagged with GPS time The sonar operation is controlled from a graphical user interface on a PC or laptop which is typically equipped with navigation data collection and storage applications software The operator sets the sonar parameters in the sonar control window while depth imagery and other sensor data are captured and displayed by the applications software Commands are transmitted through an Ethernet interface to the Sonar Interface Module The Sonar Interface Module supplies power to the sonar heads synchronizes multiple heads time tags sensor data and relays data to the applications workstation and commands to the sonar head The receiver head decodes the sonar commands triggers the transmit pulse receives amplifies beamforms bottom detects packages and transmits the data through the Sonar Interface Module via Ethernet to the control PC The compact size low weight low power consumption of 35W and elimination of separate topside processors make Sonic 2022 very well suited for small survey vessel or ROV AUV operations Technical Specifications Frequensy 200KHz 400KHz Beamwidth across track 1 0 Beamwidth along tracks 1 0 Number og beams 256 Swath sector 160 Max Range settings 500m Pulse Length 15µs 500µs Pulse Type Shaped CW Ping Rate Up to 60 Hz Depth Rating 100m Operating Temperature 0 C to 50 C Storage Temperature 30 C to 55 C

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