U.S. Army Dives In With Seafloor Systems' Technology
Shipment of 13 HydroLite-TM units being made to the U.S. Army Dive Team
Seafloor Systems is pleased to announce the shipment of 13 HydroLite-TM units to the U.S. Army Dive Team in Aberdeen, Md.
The company introduced the Hydrolite-TM portable survey system in 2005. It features a Trimble GeoXT handheld with a survey-grade echosounder integrated to a small vessel mountable mounting bracket for the U.S. Army Tactical Dive Teams.
For the past 10 years, Seafloor Systems touts the HydroLite-TM as proving itself to be a must-have for hydrographic surveyors worldwide. It is designed for surveying shallow waters such as ponds, rivers and lakes.
The HydroLite-TM looks and feels like a traditional hydrographic survey pole, but the state-of-the-art system can quickly measure and log water depths more accurately than standard systems, according to Seafloor Systems. It is compatible with Trimble, Spectra, Topcon, Carlson, Sokkia, Magellan and more.