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Coda Octopus reports that CLE has recently used the Echoscope and Coda Octopus positioning system (F175) on a project for the inspection of underwater cabling. The Echoscope was integrated onto a SAAB Sabertooth AUV.
This inspection was conducted in an area... Read more
We are pleased to announce the latest release of our Vantage software, our innovative visualization software suite for the Dimension 3D sonar specifically targeted at ROV centric applications.
The key new features in Version 2 include;New 3D XYZ Binned Profiler... Read more
Coda Octopus Echoscope Real-Time 3D sonar has been selected by Vale to produce dynamic underwater surveys during construction operations on the North Berth of Pier IV at the Ponta da Madeira Maritime Terminal in Sao Luis, Maranhao, Brazil.
Vale S.A. is a global mining company... Read more
Following extensive use of our patented real-time 3D sonar system, the Echoscope® in a growing range of critical market applications for our clients, demand for use of the Echoscope® for complimentary survey mapping tasks has grown significantly. The Echoscope® is at its core a phased array... Read more
Coda Octopus Products is delighted to offer a three-day training and 3D experience event. We are hosting this training event at our 3D Center of Excellence in Lakeland Florida and the nearby Tampa Marriot Waterside Hotel and Marina from 17-19 June 2014. This unique event will allow... Read more
We know that CodaOctopus MOTION users are rightly proud of the quality of the data that they’re able to generate. We would like to share this with the world, and showcase some of this amazing data quality on our website, so we are asking all our CodaOctopus MOTION users out there to help us... Read more
Coda Octopus Group, Inc. (CDOC), recently completed the sale of an Echoscope® and F180® system to Resolve Marine Group, a major international salvage and marine emergency response company. The ISU (International Salvage Union) in 2013 estimated the marine salvage industry as worth about $500m... Read more
The ability to join two high voltage cables on a vessel is becoming an increasingly common occurrence in the UK’s offshore wind farm industry. Wind farm sites that are situated a long distance from shore require multiple ‘export cables’ to be laid and later joined together in order to provide... Read more
The presence of scour (erosion of the seabed surface) around marine structures including offshore wind farm turbines is a common occurrence. Scour prevention measures are often deployed when wind turbines are installed in order to minimise the risk of future problems associated with... Read more
CodaOctopus is pleased to announce the release of the latest version of its unique underwater Construction Monitoring System software (CMS™)
CMS™ is designed for monitoring the placement of concrete armour units in breakwater construction projects and makes full use of the unique... Read more