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Archive / 2007
GeoDAS/Sidescan Product Demonstrations at SeaWork 2007
OIC, in cooperation with DSME Utech, Ltd will be conducting on-water demonstrations and providing free training on the operations of GeoDAS with the new lightweight DSME Utech
S-150 sidescan sonar. Also check out OIC’s new Geo-Vu™, a wearable, wireless GeoDAS viewer! These training sessions will be conducted on board the Bill Conway, located at the Western dock, ABP Port of Southampton (fronting the SeaWork 2007 area) Wednesday and Thursday, June 13 & 14th from 11:00 AM to 1:00PM. Space to attend this training is available but limited; contact OIC at email@example.com or visit booth 209 to reserve space.
GeoDAS Demonstrations at U.S. Hydro 2007
OIC, in cooperation with AzulMar Research, LLC will be conducting on-water demonstrations and providing free training on the operations of GeoDAS with the Imagenex DeltaT multibeam, and the new lightweight DSME UTech S-150 sidescan sonar. Also check out OIC’s new Geo-Vu™, a wearable, wireless GeoDAS viewer! These training sessions will be conducted 0.4 miles down the street from the conference at the Waterside Marina on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 15 and 16 at 0930, 1100 and 1430 hours.
New Software versions, new functionality!
CleanSweep Version 2.0 was officially released at Ocean Business 2007, with inclusion of these new features:
GeoDAS 6.0 new features, along with existing tools like real-time mosaic creation and client-server mode, make GeoDAS a powerful data acquisition tool for hydrographic surveys. Features of GeoDAS version 6.0 include the following:
OIC Software Adds Google Earth Support
Oceanic Imaging Consultants, Inc., announces support in GeoDAS for Google Earth! With new support added for geocoded data to be exported in .kml format, you can see your sidescan and/or bathymetry data displayed at the exact location on Earth (Google Earth that is) the hydrographic survey took place! GeoDAS now supports exporting of geocoded KML files. Simply select the KML option when exporting, and post the results to anyone with Google Earth enabled. Check our website for updates and Google Earth-friendly downloadable sidescan and bathymetry files!