AAM will be exhibiting at the Hydro 2011 Conference from Monday 7 to Thursday 10 November at The Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, WA. Hydro 2011 in Fremantle is the latest in a series of International Hydrographic Conferences organised on behalf of the International Federation of Hydrographic Societies (IFHS) and brings together all the major stakeholders in the hydrographic survey field.
AAM will be presenting our latest offering in our spatial toolkit: Bathymetric LiDAR. Bathymetric LiDAR extends AAM’s decade-long success with LiDAR into the intertidal and near shore regions. Bathymetric LiDAR is able to measure the seabed down to 50m deep or more, subject to suitable water conditions. The efficiency of aerial surveying makes this technology very cost competitive against traditional vessel-based MBES methods. AAM’s bathymetric LiDAR is able to simultaneously measure terrain and bathymetry, measuring seabed, water level, sand, rocks, ground, assets and trees in a single pass of the aircraft. This capability provides total landform definition and offers considerable cost savings against bathymetry-only sensors.
To read more about Bathymetric LiDAR, click here.
Visit AAM at booth #25 at the 2011 Hydro Conference, we look forward to seeing you there.