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Laser Scanning Paper - Coasts and Ports 2015

Laserscanning & MBES Combined

DML recently attended the Australasian Coasts and Ports Conference in Auckland, New Zealand, where two of its senior hydrographic surveyors presented papers to the engineering, ports and coastal science sectors. To read the first of these papers on the potential for the simultaneous capture of laserscanning and multibeam data from a vessel download the paper here.