People from all over the world gathered in San Antonio, Texas, for the HYPACK 2015 Training Event. With over 250 attendees, 25 exhibitors, and 6,000 remote viewers, the unavailing of the new and improved version of HYPACK® 2015 was a great success.
HYPACK® 2015 is filled with new features such as enhanced topographic laser capabilities, integration of Leica and Reinshaw topographic laser system, support for multiple navigation devices, export for 3D printers, vector-scaled soundings in HYPACK SHELL and HYPLOT (WYSIWYG), multiple offsets for rig moves in HYPACK SURVEY, updated IENC presentation to latest standard, Google Glass helmsman display, real-time capture for GoPro and Nikon cameras, enhanced targeting of side scan sonar in HYSCAN, unicode implementation to support foreign language characters and update of translation texts, enhanced remote viewing, allowing for viewing and control of HYPACK SURVEY on a tablet, and updated DREDGEPACK® interface for cranes.
At the event, HYPACK offered general training sessions for those who were just beginning to use HYPACK®, sessions for people who needed a refresher, and expert sessions for in-depth training on a particular subject.
Everyone was able to receive comprehensive instruction in HYPACK®, DREDGEPACK® and HYSWEEP® software.
The company also took the opportunity to present its new 3D Printer, printing off examples of projects, also displayed were the HYPACK 2015 SURVEY program with enhanced background displays that can simultaneously show multibeam coverage with depth, number of samples per cell or standard deviation per cell.