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Bowtech cameras and lasers used on the NEKTON First Descent Mission

1,222 views March 25, 2019

During the NEKTON First Descent Mission the Teledyne Bowtech Surveyor-HD-Pro camera is used to record organisms down to 300 meters. There is mounted 3 Bowtech OceanLASERs around the camera to be able to measure the scale of the items in the frame....

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Seeing Trough Water – Multibeam pre-dive surveys on the NEKTON First Descent Mission.

1,348 views March 21, 2019

Doing pre-dive surveys with the SeaBat T50-P Extended Range Multibeam Sonar on the First Descent Mission. Much of the ocean is unmapped and even what has been surveyed was done so centuries ago. We catch up with Mike from Bibby HydroMap who is...

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Testing the T50-P Multibeam system for the NEKTON Firste Descent Mission

931 views March 14, 2019

The Multibeam system is crucial for mapping the seabed for the scientists and also the submersibles. It has never been done on such a small craft before!

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Finding the Origins of Stonehenge with a Teledyne Blueview 3D Multibeam Scanning Sonar

3,244 views May 04, 2018

Josh Gates from the Travel Channel series Expedition Unknown travels to his ancestral home of Great Britain to explore the origins of Stonehenge. From high in the air to deep under the sea, he finds an unexpected network of monuments that could...

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Teledyne Marine - Nekton Technology Partner

1,313 views February 13, 2018

Teledyne Bowtech’s Surveyor-HD-Pro cameras were deployed on the submersible vessels used during the research gathering stages of Nekton's NW Atlantic Mission (Summer 2016). The Surveyor-HDPro is an ultra wide angle HD colour zoom camera with water...

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High resolution structural inspection of flooded tunnel

3,751 views February 03, 2017

High resolution structural inspection of flooded tunnel using BlueView T2250 360° Multibeam Profiling Sonar and Teledyne PDS.

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Monitoring Basking Sharks in the waters of Coll in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland

1,138 views January 04, 2017

Biologists from Aberdeen University wanted to find out if sonar equipment could be used to learn more about the movements of basking sharks. Most of the current knowledge about basking sharks is based on what is visible at the surface and, as...

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A combined laser and bathymetric survey, Sydney 2014

3,568 views January 28, 2015

Teledyne RESON and Teledyne Optech have recently conducted a series of tests for the Port Authority of New South Wales, combining laser and bathymetric survey into a "seamless surface" experience.