Our complete Aquatic Habitat Echosounder System lets you simultaneously acquire submerged aquatic vegetation, substrate, and bathymetry data using Visual Acquisition software and instantly create layered, colored and contoured maps using Visual Habitat software.
Here you can see an overview of the technology we are using in the Seabee project.
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The C3™ Submersible Fluorometer can be configured with one, two or three optical sensors ranging from deep ultraviolet to the infrared spectrum. Internal memory storage capacity combined with an external submersible lithium ion battery allows the C3 to run during extended or short-term deployments.
The DJI Matrice 200 series is a fantastic tool for the industry, making advanced work tasks playfully easy.
DJI Mavic 2, a packed camera drone with all the features you could want in a practical and small format.
The Otter is controlled via a graphical user interface: Maritime Robotics' vehicle control station (VCS) or a mobile phone app. The app provides manual joystick-like control, while VCS has several control modes, such as course and speed control, heading control, or waypoint control.
The MicaSense Altum 5band Multispectral camera is a compact multispectral camera with good resolution and thermal ability. SeaBee has had a lot of interest in thermal detection capabilities for groundwater studies, so it’s the ideal compact choice for use on a drone.
A command line toolkit to process aerial images. Since it’s creation in 2014, it has become the de-facto standard of open source drone image processing.
The Reach RS2 GnSS base station ensures accurate mapping, enabling for around 3-to-5-centimetre absolute positioning accuracy between ground control points and the base station.