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Survey Mapping Hydrographic Bathymetry and GIS Services Australia - AUS-ROV


AUS-ROV use sonar, laser & photogrammetry for spatial data acquisition for survey, modelling and mapping projects in Australia. Our surveyors specialise in mapping, hydrographic surveying, GIS. The hydrographic survey team perform bathymetric surveys on submarine pipelines, cable & benthic habitats

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Survey Mapping Hydrographic Bathymetry and GIS Services Australia - AUS-ROV


AUS-ROV use sonar, laser & photogrammetry for spatial data acquisition for survey, modelling and mapping projects in Australia. Our surveyors specialise in mapping, hydrographic surveying, GIS. The hydrographic survey team perform bathymetric surveys on submarine pipelines, cable & benthic habitats

3d multibeam sonar | 3d Laser scanning | 3d Photogrammetry 

AUS-ROV personnel use cutting edge technology when it comes to capturing spatial data. Our Hydrographic Surveyors, GIS Specialists, Geophysicists and Electronic Technicians are of the most distinguished professionals in the industry. When spatial scientific services are required, why not speak to the team at AUS-ROV and find out how we can provide unrivaled prices, products and professionals to ensure that you get the best possible project outcome.

 Combined multibeam sonar and iLIDAR image produced by Norbit iWBMS (image courtesy of Norbit)

Combined multibeam sonar and iLIDAR image produced by Norbit iWBMS (image courtesy of Norbit)

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sonar technology services - AUS-ROV


AUS-ROV use multibeam and singlebeam sonars to perform bathymetric surveys. Multibeam sonar is used to acquire high resolution bathymetry data and produce 3D underwater topographic models. AUS-ROV use sonars to locate seamounts and reefs, chart shipping hazards and map underwater environments in 3D.

sonar technology services - AUS-ROV


AUS-ROV use multibeam and singlebeam sonars to perform bathymetric surveys. Multibeam sonar is used to acquire high resolution bathymetry data and produce 3D underwater topographic models. AUS-ROV use sonars to locate seamounts and reefs, chart shipping hazards and map underwater environments in 3D.

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three-dimensional multibeam SONAR bathymetric survey

Bathymetry is the study and mapping of sea floor topography. It involves obtaining measurements of the depth of the ocean and is equivalent to mapping the topography on land. AUS-ROV use multibeam sonars to perform bathymetric surveys on behalf of our clients. Sonar can be used for locating near-surface seamounts and reefs, charting shipping hazards and understanding underwater environments. Engineering companies can use bathymetric data to determine location of subsea cables, oil and gas structures and sea floor pipelines. Often more specialised activities such as searching for missing planes, vessels or other man made objects on the sea floor are carried out. Australia's fishing industry also use bathymetric data to identify possible locations for deep sea fishing. The images below shows sections of bathymetric survey data that was carried out by AUS-ROV using the Norbit iWBMS Multibeam Sonar.

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three-dimensional tunnel and pipeline profiling sonar

AUS-ROV have developed a system for 3D modelling of internal sections of pipelines and tunnels. The vLBV300 integrated with a single pencil-beam sonar has the ability to produce a helical profile within a tunnel or pipeline, even in zero visibility water.

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3D LASER SCANNING Services - AUS-ROV


Creating 3D models of submerged items using underwater laser scanning can reveal fine-scale three-dimensional features not identifiable though use of other conventional survey technologies. AUS-ROV 2G Robotics ULS200 underwater laser scanner can produce sub-millimetre accurate results.

3D LASER SCANNING Services - AUS-ROV


Creating 3D models of submerged items using underwater laser scanning can reveal fine-scale three-dimensional features not identifiable though use of other conventional survey technologies. AUS-ROV 2G Robotics ULS200 underwater laser scanner can produce sub-millimetre accurate results.

 
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three-dimensional underwater laser scanning

Creating 3D models of submerged items using underwater laser scanning can reveal fine-scale three-dimensional features not identifiable though use of other conventional survey technologies. Laser scanning technology enables virtual interaction with underwater assets in detail not previously achievable. AUS-ROV utilise a ULS-200 underwater laser scanner from 2G Robotics and can perform underwater laser scanning in order to produce 3D models of assets. Please give us a call to discuss your specific requirements and we can tailor a solution that provides the highest achievable certainty in BIM or CAD models.

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STATIC LASER SCANNING

Laser scanning technology can be performed underwater from a stationary position. The ULS-200 can be deployed by divers, ROVs, crawlers, centralizers, and frames. It generates point clouds with a profile of 480 points across a 50 degree angle swath. The head rotates a full 360 degrees and can achieve sub-millimeter accuracy of targets such as large pipes, tunnels, damaged structures, and other underwater objects up to 2.5m distance. With a sample rate of up to 4750 points/sec the ULS-200 is perfect for 3D modelling close to medium range objects.

DYNAMIC LASER SCANNING

The ULS-500 PRO is 2G Robitics longest range underwater laser scanner. When fitted to an ROV with an inertial navigation system for positioning, the system can dynamically capture true-scale, high-precision 3D models of underwater features such as shipwrecks, pipelines or offshore O&G structures. Dynamic Laser Scanning reduces survey time as it enables capture of High Resolution 3D point clouds without static positioning, providing greater survey coverage with less bottom time. The ULS-500 is a leader in its class, for more information, visit 2G Robotics.

 
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