Industry and government alike are constantly looking for ways to do more with less. There is constant pressure to improve productivity and reduce costs, while trying to satisfy an ever-expanding base of stakeholders. In this age of big data, cloud computing, robotics and automation, our ability to integrate technologies and integrate data in a more automated and efficient way to serve a broader stakeholder community with an appetite for knowledge and not just data is critically important. This session will build on the themes presented in Session 1, 'New Solutions & New Sensors', to focus on integration and automation in the area of Hydrography, Geophysics & Geotechnics. Of particular focus will be: How can various data types be integrated to provide enhanced knowledge and understanding; How can new software and processes be used to increase integration and automation; and how can we get more out of our surveys and site investigations?
Investigations of Marine Geohazards for Coastal and Nearshore Infrastructure Projects
Todd Mitchell, Remote Sensing Manager, Fugro
Mapping the Estuarine Seafloor with Vessel-Based Acoustic Instruments: The Shallowest Water Survey
Evan Martzial, Bathymetric Product Line Engineer, EdgeTech
Evolving Ocean Mapping; Developing a Seamless Workflow for Acquisition, Processing, Visualization and Sharing of Hydrographic Based Data
Chris Malzone, General Manager, QPS
Multi-Sensor Coastal Mapping: Hydrographic Surveying and Beyond
Patrick Keown, Physical Scientist, NOAA
Tightly Integrated GNSS/INS Multibeam Sonar Solutions as Well as Modern Compact, Multibeam Installations
Peter Eriksen, Business Unit Director, NORBIT Subsea
Program subject to change
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