Remote Location Surveys
Surveys in remote locations of wharves and ports are an essential tool for inter island transport, trade and fisheries. The surveys are usually undertaken for engineering companies working with international aid agencies and banking institutions supporting the development of island nations or providing support after a weather event. Surveys may consist of Single Beam Echo Sounder (SBES) surveys, Multibeam Echo Sounder Surveys (MBES), cross sections, sediment probing, underwater photography/video, magnetometer surveys and topographic surveys. Local vessels of opportunity are used and range in size from small dinghy's to local charter vessels fitted with Discovery Marine's portable survey sensors and ruggedised computers.
Seychelles - Case Study
Duration: 2 weeks I Date: 2015
The Client was happy as the project was completed on time and on budget.