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Teledyne CARIS Onboard 1.1 Enables
Real-Time Data Processing

February 9, 2017

Designed with autonomous operations in mind, CARIS Onboard 1.1 will save valuable time as less interaction is needed for automated survey activities. This version introduces several new processes, including the incorporation of the SIPS Backscatter engine. Backscatter mosaics can now be generated alongside surfaces in near real time.

This version also presents the ability to compute GPS tide and apply observed depth and attitude filters. In addition to expanding the HIPS and SIPS processes available for real-time automation, there is a new copy process that permits raw data and computed products to be backed up automatically, thereby making it transferrable to portable storage devices.


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