QPS Quinsy software integrates multibeam and laser scan for inspections of underwater constructions

In real life, professionals were able to see how QPS Quinsy software in combination with multibeam and laser scanning facilitates inspections of quay walls and other water borders. Last week, several demonstrations were given with co-operation of the Rotterdam Port Authority.

Source: Hydro International, February 11, 2010

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