Shallow Survey 2018, St John's, NL, Canada
Shallow Survey 2018 will cover a wide swath of approaches to shallow water hydrography – from multibeam, to swath (or swathe), to LiDAR, to satellites; AUV’s, ASV’s, UAV’s, and advanced data processing, fusion and visualization techniques - highlighting both the practical developments in these technologies, as well as advancements in our understanding of the seabed gained as a result.
QPS will be at booth #23 and we look forward to meeting you there!
At 3:00 PM on Tuesday 2nd October please visit our booth to hear Garrett Mitchell provide a Client Spotlight Live Presentation entitled: “Hydrocarbon seep hunting with Qimera”. The presentation will cover Fugro’s use of Qimera’s advanced processing & visualization for Seep Hunting efforts.
In addition, to coincide with Shallow Survey 2018, but open to all, QPS invites you to attend the workshop:
Creating High Resolution Video and Interactive Presentations from Marine Geo-Spatial Data Using QPS Fledermaus
on Thursday, 4th October 2018 from 10:00am-12:30pm at Business Portals, Cathedral Room, 1 Church Hill, St. John's, Newfoundland.
Modern surveys produce a deluge of data, but complex raw data sets can be difficult to understand and interpret. Having efficient tools and techniques to present survey data to your audience are critical for conveying ideas and outcomes effectively. In this workshop participants will learn how to use the latest developments of QPS Fledermaus to create compelling communications experiences from a full range of marine survey data types including multibeam, bathymetry, backscatter and watercolumn data, as well as LiDAR, sidescan, imagery and ESRI mapping services.
Focus will be placed on using realistic survey scenarios that require the user to move quickly from acquisition to data presentation. Danny Neville, Fledermaus Product Manager, will showcase new and improved Fledermaus functionality while demonstrating workflows beginning with raw data and culminating in interactive 3D presentations and the output of high definition video.
The cost of the workshop is free, but space is limited. Participants are encouraged to bring computers and data if interested in actively following along; if needed, temporary evaluation licenses can be arranged in advance, free of charge.
For more information or to register for the workshop please contact Samantha Bruce.
We look forward to meeting you there!