Sand movement on a beach or river bank erosion can occur very quickly and dramatically in a storm event. Total Hydrographic can conduct multiple surveys at alternate instances in order to monitor and quantify material movements.
Using the latest in hydrographic technology Total Hydrographic can now accurately map areas and volumes of weed and mud below the water surface. The latest Cee system used by Total Hydrographic incorporates a digital echogram and thus allows far more interpretation below the surface of the water.
Using our Multibeam Echo Sounder (MBES) system we are able to scan sub marine structures and generate 3D models for verification, computational and monitoring purposes. The ability to measure this sort of information below the water surface is a fairly new technology and the results are very impressive!
Bathymetric survey is the job most frequently undertaken by Total Hydrographic. Our unique equipment allows Total Hydrographic to specialise in data collection within all bodies of water including shallow, narrow areas and in amongst and underneath objects and structures.