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  • Fledermaus Geological
    instrumentation All of these instruments are producing detailed data that can portray a complex detailed geological story of an area if they can all be brought together Fledermaus will help you bring it all together Starting at the processing level Fledermaus can handle vast quantities of data quickly and takes advantage of 64 bit operating systems and multiple processors so utilizing high resolution surveys is less time consuming and lost time due to system crashes and lengthy processing is minimized CUBEand Area Based processing methods are utilized to shorten processing time and quickly take your data from unrefined survey data to the best possible seabed surface model with higher confidence that your model is based on real data not collection artifacts Advanced backscatter processing techniques will take your backscatter data from dB values to a seafloor mosaic and a signal based Angle Range Analysis ARA seafloor characterization providing a picture of the seabed make up If water column data collection was part of your survey Fledermaus provides the most user friendly water column processing package available for detecting and visualizing features such as gas plumes Post processing Fledermaus allows you to easily fuse your data into an interactive intuitive 4D

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-fledermaus/fledermaus-geological (2016-05-02)
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  • Fledermaus Habitat Mapping
    Once the data is integrated teams can interpret the results to create a thematic map showing distinct habitats on the seafloor Fledermaus is a fantastic tool for the multi disciplinary teams involved in habitat mapping it provides processing capability top of the line visualization easy data integration impressive presentation and integration to other tools in the habitat mapping toolbox If sonar or lidar data acquisition and processing is required for the project Fledermaus allows for the quick loading visualization quality evaluation and geospatial processing of a variety of sensor software and agency specific formats including XYZ LAS QINSy QPD GSF CARIS HIPS SIPS HDCS Hypack HS2 and Kongsberg ALL CUBEand Area Based bathymetric processing methods are utilized to shorten processing time and quickly take your data from unrefined survey data to the best possible seabed surface model for those collecting multibeam backscatter the advanced backscatter processing techniques 64 bit software multi threaded processing and plug in architecture provide for quick flexible mosaic creation and signal based Angle Range Analysis ARA seafloor characterization creating a picture of the seabed make up Importing data in other formats and from other applications including imagery GMT GRD NetCDF Esri ArcMap grids and shapefiles ETOPO Surfer and Floating Point GeoTIFF is wizard based making it easy to move supporting data into your scene new ASCII parsing allows for flexible import of multi column ASCII points lines ungridded and gridded data You can create slope and rugosity surfaces and easily drape backscatter sidescan video and still imagery to aid in analysis New interpretation tools allow you to create editable habitat boundaries with classification and total area attribution in 3D using all of the available data to support your decisions The integration of time in the Fledermaus software the fourth dimension allows for easy import and animation

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-fledermaus/fledermaus-habitat-mapping (2016-05-02)
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  • Fledermaus Hydrographic
    Electronic Navigation Charts that can be used by mariners Fledermaus is used thoughout the hydrographic survey During data acquisition and quality control stages data can be quickly loaded and visualized to evaluate the quality of the data and rapidly identify artifacts in 3D During processing the Fledermaus software has direct read and unload to a variety of sonar software and agency specific formats including QINSy QPD GSF CARIS HIPS SIPS HDCS Hypack HS2 Kongsberg ALL ATLAS SURF AHS HTF FAU NGA B93 LAS and SMA BDI True 64 bit software use of multiple processors CUBEand Area Based processing methods are utilized to shorten processing time and quickly take your data from unrefined survey data to the best possible seabed surface model with higher confidence that your model is based on real data not collection artifacts Additional grids draped imagery nautical charts contours Electronic Nautical Charts and other information can be added to support your processing Once data is refined to a clean sounding or point set Fledermaus has the tools you need to produce your survey report and products Sounding selection for charting or shoal biased thinning can quickly be performed on the data using approved filters and algorithms as

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-fledermaus/fledermaus-hydrographic (2016-05-02)
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  • Fledermaus Large Immersive Viz
    presentation and analysis Often visualization theatres are located within large companies or universities In some locations there are dedicated facilities that can be used to host meetings or events There are also portable options for large and immersive visualization A GeoWall is a portable solution used in Earth Science education that is assembled from off the shelf products Other solutions for portable visualization include the Scripps Visualization Center s iCluster

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-fledermaus/fledermaus-large-immersive-viz (2016-05-02)
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  • Fledermaus Marine Construction
    sediment migration During construction AUVs and ROVs with video streams might be deployed to act as eyes on the scene or in some cases to assist in the building or excavation Post construction surveys and regular inspection surveys are done to look for issues such as excessive scouring or structural problems Often inspection of structures in shallow water is done by divers using slow hand inspection in dark turbid conditions In deep water ROV or AUV mounted multibeam sonars and sidescan sonars are used to create a picture of the underwater environment This option has recently been employed in shallow water surveys in conjunction with or as an alternative to diver inspection multibeam sonars are tilted to image walls and vertical structures and multibeam water column data is used to image structures well off of the seafloor When combined with simultaneous laser scanning above the water a seamless picture is created Fledermaus is the ideal tool for marine construction visualization Integration of all available data types including bathymetry sidescan seismic profiles water column data and layout drawings is quick and intuitive providing users with an interactive 4D scene for planning analysis and presentation Scenes can be shared with colleagues and

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-fledermaus/fledermaus-marine-construction (2016-05-02)
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  • Fledermaus Offshore
    surveyor and data processor Fledermaus can be used from the planning stage through data acquisition product creation and delivery Survey lines LBL arrays and ROV AUV flight paths can be viewed in 3D prior to and during survey During data acquisition and quality control stages bathymetric data can be quickly loaded and visualized to evaluate the quality of the data and rapidly identify artifacts True 64 bit software and advanced backscatter processing techniques will take your backscatter data from dB values to a seafloor mosaic and a signal based Angle Range Analysis ARA seabed texture plot Water column and CHIRP sonar information can be processed to reveal features such as sub bottom horizons and gas seeps which can be visualized or exported as XYZ data and contact reports From the clean bathymetric data Fledermaus can produce XYZ grids contours and sun illuminated georeferenced bathymetric images that can be exported or transferred directly to anEsri ArcGIS Geodatabasefor delivery in the Seabed Survey Data Model For the site investigations team Fledermaus provides the option of working with the decimated grids imagery and point files or delving back into the raw bathymetry backscatter or water column information All data can be analyzed in one 3D or even 4D if time is an element scene gridded XYZ or ungridded bathymetry can easily be imported at its native resolution and supplemented with multivariate grids design information existing structure layout backscatter and sidescan imagery seismic curtains or water column information Rugosity and slope calculations can be performed to add another layer of information to the seabed and instant interactive profiles generated anywhere on the surface For site development Fledermaus s interactive route design tools allow pipeline engineers to quickly generate a route using the best available bathymetry as well as all of the supporting imagery slope

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-fledermaus/fledermaus-offshore (2016-05-02)
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  • Qastor Navigation
    so simply by displaying depth areas in different colors Of course the quality of the chart and the density of its contours dictate how accurately safe waters can be shown Some ports produce and use high density charts with contour intervals as small as 10cm This means that a tide change of only 10cm is dynamically reflected in Qastor s depiction of safe water In this regard high density charts contrast starkly with the typical official charts obtained from a national hydrographic office where the contour interval may be one or more meters For these low density charts depiction of safe water does not change in Qastor until the tide has changed by 1 meter or more Route planning Route planning is fully supported in Qastor from simple passages from A to B to creation of an entire route network with multiple different end destinations In large and complex ports this level of route planning is ideal Employing a route in Qastor yields all the necessary information such as distance to the next waypoint off track distance wheel over line and much more By entering all the relevant UKC parameters Qastor will verify the viability of passage highlighting on the chart all the sections of the route where it is not safe to navigate the vessel Checking for dangerous areas can also be done during sailing Qastor highlights on the chart any navigational hazards that encroach on these defined safety zones Positioning Taking speed COG and heading into account Qastor will predict the vessels path for a user defined period of time The accuracy of prediction depends on the quality of the positioning and navigation sensors feeding data to Qastor If the pilot carries a high end PPU path prediction can be extremely accurate Path prediction is used in combination

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-qastor/qastor-navigation (2016-05-02)
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  • Qastor Docking & Lock Approach
    completely on the current task without distraction by other events The Qastor display automatically switches to a head up or mooringline up orientation instead of north up and shows two speed vectors one from the bow and the other one from the stern By activating vessel path prediction the mariner can see the complete picture of how the vessel is moving now and what the trend of the movement is over the next period of time Furthermore the side panel automatically changes to show all relevant information Besides the basic information already available it can show for instance the lateral speed of the bow and stern as well as the in line speed of the vessel Speed units can be changed from knots to meters per second or centimeters per second Visual and audible alerts Visual and audible alerts are provided in Qastor to warn the pilot if his vessel approach speed is faster than permitted Such alerts are only fired when the vessel is within a certain range of the key wall or terminal Navigation lines Mooring lines or lock lines further assist in safe maneuvering The user is able to create his own lines on either the key

    Original URL path: http://www.hydrochart.dk/index.php/qps-qastor/qastor-docking-lock-approach (2016-05-02)
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