Quick and versatile deployment of 3D imaging sonar DASS710 for underwater structure monitoring on the go - Pole mounting.
Echoloogger DASS710, 3D imaging sonar is widely sought after by major companies and institutes for applications measuring and detecting objects underwater accurately.
It uses the echo-sounding technique that sends pulses of sound waves and then measures the time it takes for the waves to bounce back. DASS710 processes these echoes dynamically in dual-axis to create precise three-dimensional images of the objects. In the water most people wouldn't expect to see objects, but with the help of sonar technologies, we can map out the structure of objects, bottom of water etc. Echologger DASS710 was developed for static operations in areas of interest so that more accurate high-resolution 3D images can be generated. The obtained data and images can give us a better understanding of how erosion and sedimentation are affecting the stability of the structure. The studies will also help us to identify potential areas of concern and make recommendations for mitigating the effects of erosion.
Recent field tests demonstrate that the ultra-compact 3D scanning sonar DASS710 can be mounted to a long pole from a pier and quickly deployed to the area of interest for measurements. Multiple scans for larger areas can easily be carried out by just moving the pole from the pier. Another quick and versatile deployment method for underwater structure monitoring on the go was proved.