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TerraSond Force Multiplying

TerraSond continues to demonstrate improved economics in the use of unmanned surface vessel (USV) data collection to update NOAA’s charts in Etolin Strait in the Bering Sea in Alaska.

“We are simultaneously collecting full-coverage seafloor imagery as well as high-res seafloor bathymetry information on both the Qualifier 105 research vessel and the C-Worker 5 Hydrographic Survey ASV. And we're honored to provide input into the final design of the ASV’s C-Worker 5 and pleased to see it working so well” – Tom Newman, TerraSond.

This force multiplier method with USV improves productivity, lowers costs and reduces safety risks in offshore marine activity.