Trimble, Teledyne Partner on Marine Construction Software

Trimble will distribute a branded version of Teledyne’s PDS software package for hydrographic survey, construction and dredging operations – Trimble marine construction software.

The software provides measurement and positioning to improve marine construction efficiency and safety.

Trimble marine construction software expands Trimble’s portfolio and extends its connected approach for marine construction companies to enable accurate and robust real-time 3D visualization applications. The software combined with 2D and 3D sonar provides underwater vision in the most challenging inshore underwater environments and conditions.

Construction applications for the software include dredging, cable lay applications, monopile placements, building breakwaters, windmill parks, pipe lay monitoring, rock dumping, excavating, barge management and more.

Hydrographic applications for the software include measuring the seafloor or riverbeds for hazardous areas, dredge progress tracking, revetment surveys, maintenance surveys and safe navigation.

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