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  • Ekinox-M
    Up to 6 000 m Compliant with IHO standards Fully calibrated and tested from 20 to 60 C Advanced Real Time and Delayed Heave 5 cm Real Time Heave 2 5 cm Delayed Heave Up to 50 sec wave period Heave delivered on up to 4 different locations Heave automatically adjusted to the sea state Ekinox M Subsea Motion Reference Unit MRU Easy to Set Up Reliable for Years Without

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/ekinox-m (2016-05-02)
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  • Ekinox-N
    data with internal GPS information High performance for a cost effective solution 0 05 Attitude over 360 2 cm RTK GNSS Position 200 Hz 5 cm Real time Auto Adjusting Heave 2 5 cm Delayed Heave 48h Internal Data Logger Robust IP68 Aluminum Enclosure Up to 4 simultaneously connected equipment Navigation RTK GPS GNSS SBL USBL Heading Dual Antenna GPS GNSS Magnetometer Velocity Odometer DVL EM Log Ekinox Tactical Grade

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/ekinox-n (2016-05-02)
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  • Ekinox-U
    solution 0 05 Roll Pitch Heading GPS 2 5 cm Delayed Heave Up to 6 000 m Depth Rate 200 Hz Update Rate Real time Data Fusion 8 GB Internal Data Logger Up to 4 connected aiding equipment Navigation RTK GPS GNSS LBL USBL Heading Dual Antenna GPS GNSS Magnetometer Velocity DVL Depth Sensor EM Log Ekinox U Subsea Inertial Navigation System INS Easy to Set Up Reliable for Years

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/ekinox-u (2016-05-02)
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    now concentrating on the range of multibeam systems from R2Sonic LLC The variation of the beam footprints vs frequency calculation has now been implemented R2Sonic Multibeam Coverage Calculator Changed to R2Sonic Coverage Calculator Still under progress but various swath width calculations has been implemented and the beam footprint vs frequency calculation has been added Notice This function is only valid for single head calculation Calculation of target hits within a defined area has been added R2sonic sonar specifications in PDF format has been updated R2Sonic acoustic centre descriptions has been updated R2Sonic INS systems has been added with specifications and technical drawings COM testing Testing of data on serial ports has been added Hydroterminal The plan is to extend this with a network test utility future development Please remember that programs text and illustrations are our property or the property of others from whom we have been granted permission of use Latest release version Version 2016 2a Jesper Hoejdal 18 January 2016 Download HYDROBIB in HYDROBIB EXE format 64 2 MB Download HYDROBIB in compressed HYDROBIB RAR format 35 5 MB Carlson Surveyor GNSS New and Improved The All in One Surveyor GNSS System a dual frequency RTK GNSS receiver and field controller and can be purchased at a local Carlson dealer near you Important qualities include Accurate Affordable Rugged Reliable SCALE ABLE If you have the Carlson Surveyor data collector now or are thinking about purchasing one you can add the RTK engine at anytime VERSATILE Network RTK Base Rover RTK and static capable FLEXIBLE Works with drivers for most all brands of total stations robotics get ability to localize the set up and backsight You ll get all this and more with the Carlson Surveyor GNSS System Loaded with Carlson SurvCE our field data collection software works together

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/81-div/file:/Users/miki/Desktop/Hydrochart/A%20Ny%20hjemmeside/ENC%20for%20Survey_soft.html (2016-05-02)
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  • QPS - QINSy Multibeam
    best position to determine if collected data meets survey specifications In addition to displaying the raw uncorrected multibeam data the Swath Display shows the data fully corrected for motion refraction and height Sounding grid A multi layered sounding grid shown in the Navigation Display is populated with corrected soundings on the fly giving the surveyor a complete view of what has been surveyed Sounding grid data attributes like the 95 confidence level and hit count provide real time quality assurance of collected data Backscatter and or sidescan snippets imagery data is written to another layer of the sounding grid Importing of a design DTM and or previous survey allows real time monitoring of DTM differences DTM files In addition to gridded data QINSy produces various other DTM files as well Most well known is the point cloud QPD file opened directly in the QINSy Processing Manager and in Fledermaus to clean and validate the multibeam data Calibration To produce valid real time DTMs care must be taken during mobilization to measure offsets and perform calibrations including calculation of the multibeam mounting angles The slightest error in the mounting angle can influence the end result of the multibeam data QINSy provides an automatic multibeam calibration routine often referred to as the patch test Preparation If due care is taken at the outset to configure QINSy with offsets mounting angles SVPs and height settings the many different displays can be used to their full potential to quality assure the incoming data and the computed results With these QC tools the surveyor has full control of his data and is always aware of what is going on during the survey with the result that the recorded data is of high quality Pre cleaning Data pre cleaning during acquisition is possible if the surveyor

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-qinsy/qps-qinsy-multibeam (2016-05-02)
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  • QINSy Dredging
    the dredger and the dredge tools calculating the position of the dredge tool from measured angles and distances The exact location of the dredge tool is computed and displayed continuously no matter the movement of the vessel itself In configuring QINSy for the dredger dredge tool models are defined so that the volume of dredged material removed or placed is accurately calculated Monitoring Typically a pre dredge survey is available to import into the QINSy sounding grid as well as the design surface that prescribes the post dredge bottom shape Both DTMs are imported into the sounding grid so that differences between the two can be visualized and computed as dredging proceeds Several different color maps are available to present views of the DTMs most convenient to the dredge operator Visualization Visualization of the dredging process is very important for this matter QINSy includes various displays to view the dredger the dredge tools the excavated DTM and the design DTM in 2D plan and profile views and in 3D As material is removed or deposited QINSy updates the shape of the pre dredge DTM in the sounding grid thereby providing a realistic picture of excavated depth and overall progress Simple

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-qinsy/qinsy-dredging (2016-05-02)
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  • QINSy Rockdumping
    right location with the required cross sectional profile requires precise positioning QINSy integrated navigation system software is regularly used worldwide on these specialty vessels to precisely position the vessel and the fall pipe ROV Positioning To achieve this QINSy interfaces to a myriad of survey systems mounted on the vessel itself and on the fall pipe ROV potentially some 3000 meters below the vessel With its advanced route planning capability QINSy can direct the vessel over the correct track by sending the Dynamic Positioning system the coordinates of the track The fall pipe ROV is typically positioned by an Ultra Short Base Line USBL acoustic system that is interfaced to QINSy Due to the depth of the ROV below the sea level and other external influences the USBL signal can sometimes be distorted resulting in unstable positioning of the fall pipe ROV and consequent interruption of the dumping operation To minimize downtime QINSy incorporates sophisticated Kalman algorithms to filter out position jumps and create a steady position of the fall pipe ROV Monitoring Usually the fall pipe ROV is equipped with multibeam systems fore and aft in order to simultaneously perform a pre dump survey and post dump survey as

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-qinsy/qinsy-rockdumping (2016-05-02)
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  • QINSy Laser
    REAL TIME laser scanning in 2009 QINSy is now able to interface to most of the laser scanning systems being used in the land survey industry As with multibeam QINSy is able to acquire data from multiple laser scanning systems simultaneously to produce a homogenous point cloud on the fly Sensors The accuracy of some modern laser scanning systems is extremely high Many systems are able to measure ranges to the centimeter level over distances of more than 250 meters As with any survey required final positioning accuracy dictates the quality of systems employed For final positioning of the highest order accurate range measurements must be complemented by using GNSS positioning systems corrected with VRS RTK and inertial navigation systems INS of the highest rank Employing quality sensors REAL TIME laser scanning can be performed at speeds of 80 km h High end INS even allows data acquisition for limited time periods through tunnels and in other conditions where GNSS positioning is periodically problematic QINSy is able to compute and store more than 500 000 points per second without any problem As a result the user has a nearly finished end product straight after the survey was executed The final

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-qinsy/qinsy-laser (2016-05-02)
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