Posted on 08.03.2010 - 14:00 UTC in SURVEY NEWS by Rons_ROV_Links
Oceanology International '10 (ExCel, London, UK, 9 - 11 March 2010) will see the release of the latest version of SeaZone GeoTemporal Editor, an innovative software solution to improve and simplify the management, analysis and presentation of geographic and environmental data where time is an important component.
SeaZone GeoTemporal Editor manages tide, current and wave datasets captured from Acoustic Doppler Profilers, together with other oceanographic, hydrographic and meteorological information such as water quality and wind speed data. The software allows the import of custom datasets and links to GIS and external databases, bringing a wide variety of data together for further spatial analysis and improved reporting and decision making.
Many organisations face the challenges of capturing, using and managing complex survey and environmental monitoring data, often relying on high end programming expertise and specialist software, which can be costly and inflexible.
SeaZone's GeoTemporal software provides marine surveyors, engineers, scientists, researchers, data managers and consultants with a new generation of tools to navigate and browse environmental data.
Through an easy to use interface, users can import, quality control, visualise, analyse and present data from multiple sources. Additional capabilities allow the export of data in open formats for further use in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and other applications such as environmental modelling.
SeaZone GeoTemporal replaces SeaZone's ADCP Processing Suite, offering greater flexibility, faster processing power, improved levels of interoperability and smarter delivery of project data to customers.
Oceanology International is the world's premier event for marine science and ocean technology incorporating a conference, exhibition plus vessel demonstrations. It takes place at the ExCel, London, UK, 9 - 11 March 2010. SeaZone are located on Stand P455, opposite the bar where free demonstrations of the software are available.