Teledyne PDS has released a new view to display singlebeam echogram data and to control the singlebeam device.

The Online SBES Echogram view and features have been developed to enable singlebeam users in the hydrographic and dredging markets to be more agile in their survey process. The new features eliminate the need to use external visualization or command and control software, enabling more screen space for the actual survey information. Currently, Odom DSO data (EchoTrac singlebeams) and RESON GT data (Navisound singlebeams) are supported.

The Echogram view has the capability to display up-to four depth channels simultaneously, displaying one channels’ echogram data. Next to this, there are common UI controls to tune the view to a personal layout for optimum experience.

When the view senses that there are singlebeams attached which are able to be controlled, the singlebeam of which the echogram is displayed can be controlled. Additional Command and Control tabs will be automatically available as well.

2 At the left one of the Command and Control tabsAt the left one of the Command and Control tabs

See how it works

The Teledyne PDS team has created an instructional video for using the new view and its features. Watching this video will provide the full benefits enabling you to maximize the view’s benefit instantly.

Watch the video to get started with the Online Singlebeam Echogram view here.

Extend your single beam usage with events

If you want to extend the singlebeam usage with events then the video below can be used. This movie will explain in detail how to use the Teledyne PDS eventing mechanism with a singlebeam sonar.

3 Extend your single beam usage with events To learn how to use eventing with a singlebeam sonar, click here.

To download Teledyne PDS and try it yourself, click here.

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