Deep Sea GraviProbe

Deep Sea GraviProbe

dotOcean designed an innovative geotechnical profiling system for deep sea waters, the Deep Sea GraviProbe. The system’s cone is lowered in the underwater sediment layer, analyzing those layers during intrusion.

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    The Deep Sea GraviProbe is a geotechnical profiling system for deep sea waters. The system’s cone is lowered in the underwater sediment layer, analyzing those layers during intrusion.

    12 Feb 2018

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dotOcean develops cloud based AI navigation and profiling systems to enhance and optimize hydrographic survey and maritime monitoring processes. At oceanology dotOcean launches it's AYB-unit. The '...dotOcean develops cloud based AI navigation and profiling systems to enhance and optimize hydrographic survey and maritime monitoring processes. At oceanology dotOcean launches it's AYB-unit. The 'Automate Your Boat unit' is providing an advanced solution for autonomous navigation of unmanned boats. More

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