QPS Client Spotlight: Petroslav Hydroservice
In January 2017 the Russian hydrographic company from St. Petersburg LLC "Petroslav Hydroservice” celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of its existence and activities in different areas of hydrographic services. The company provides a full range of hydrographic services in harbour waters, on inland waterways and ocean shelf for the different purposes such as port areas designing, dredging and construction works, commissioning and condition monitoring of improvement works and navigable areas. Petroslav Hydroservice carried out a various kind of works on local and foreign markets with different employers regarding marine scientific research, marine construction, pipelay and shelf operations, etc. Almost all seas around Russia were inspected for various projects by this company. Petroslav Hydroservice is working on standards and the most demanding technical requirements of both domestic and foreign clients. The highly skilled personnel, successful and responsible administration, use of advanced technology and continuous development - these are the main priorities of the company.
For more than 12 years Petroslav Hydroservice has used QPS software for acquire, processing and visualization of data. The personnel of Petroslav Hydroservice work alongside QPS developers regarding software testing and technical support. We heartily wish the Petroslav Hydroservice sustainable development and further creative health of production potential.
The above video gives examples of water column data with a large number of gas seeps visualization created in the Fledermaus software. All data are collected on 20 – 40 meters depth and we can see there is a multiple ice scars at the bottom. This information of water column data allowed us to determine all important features, intensity and spatial characteristics of gas seeps.
This video is shown as an example of backscatter data on sands of shallow water survey. Fledermaus FM Geocoder Toolbox software was used for sediments classification and analysis for bottom sampling.