12–14 March 2024
London, Excel

EIVA a/s

Stand No. D500

Are you launching or exhibiting a NEW product or service at Oceanology International 2022? Tell us More!

New entry-level hydrographic survey software variant

Introducing NaviSuite Kuda Core! This new software variant is tailored to support hydrographic surveys with a single USV or small survey vessel using multi-beam echo sounder (including backscatter), LiDAR and/or camera. It is…

• Simple to configure and run
• Affordable for entry-level survey professionals – priced at € 1.998 annually
• … And provides advanced hydrographic survey features from NaviSuite Kuda software, as it is one of several variants of this software bundle

In addition to this entry-level variant, the list of bundle variants includes NaviSuite Kuda Pro, which supports more complex survey spreads at a reduced price. Since these variants are all part of one big NaviSuite family, you can easily upgrade between different variants if you scale up your operations! Meaning you can go from a single vessel setup to a large network installation – without changing software.

Why is this exhibit so special? What makes it newsworthy?

Core software features for automated, efficient hydrographic surveys
With NaviSuite Kuda, you can benefit from EIVA’s decades of experience developing and delivering hydrographic survey solutions. This software yields precise survey data, thanks to high-performance sensor data acquisition and processing, with which you can then create high-quality 3D visualisations of survey results.

Not only do you get high quality deliverable results, but you can improve the efficiency of your surveys with software tools for…

Remote operations, including autopilot route planning and onboard processing
Real-time optimisation of survey area coverage
Automatic data cleaning
Automatic data processing workflows
Patch test for multi-beam calibration
Easy registration and classification of observations

Who is this featured exhibit of use to?

Hydrographic surveys - unmanned and manned vessels

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