International Dredging Review

International Dredging Review

Moritz Delivered to New York District

At the end of August the new 58-foot survey boat Moritz was bound for its final destination in New York via the Panama Canal. It was unloaded in Fort Lauderdale Florida then piloted to New York by a crew from Kvichak Marine Industries. Read More

China Offshore Buys Multibeam

China Offshore Oil Geophysical Corp. (Tianjin P.R.C.) has contracted with Triton Elics International Watsonville California for a fully integrated TEI Hydro Suite Multibeam Survey System. Hydro Suite collects high resolution bathymetry with a 120 degree swath to a depth of 300 meters. China Offshore will use the Hydro Suite system to support oilfield engineering and oil exploration. Read More

CARIS HIPS 5.1 Avaliable

CARIS has announced that the new software system CARIS HIPS 5.1 is now available. CARIS HIPS is a powerful software system which processes large bathymetric datasets for hydrographic surveys cable and pipeline route surveys geophysical exploration as well as management and control of the fisheries. Read More

Schneider is New SeaBeam Marketing Dir

L-3 Communications SeaBeam Instruments has appointed Stan Schneider director of marketing. He will be responsible for all SeaBeam marketing activities including both the domestic and international sale of multibeam survey systems. Read More

GOTECH Tests Deep Water Multibeam

Global Ocean Technologies Limited (GOTECH) has performed a trial run of Kongsberg Simrads latest deep-water multibeam echo sounder the EM 120 and achieved highly accurate survey results. The trials were held in the Atlantic Ocean west of Ireland. Read More

1999 2000 National Dredging Meetings

The Corps of Engineers National Dredging Meeting is planned for mid-May 2000 in Springfield Virginia. This annual meeting provides a forum for dredging contractors to speak directly to Corps officials. This article reports on the 1999 meeting which covered such topics as safety the New York Harbor deepening program environmental research and hydrographic surveying. Read More