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MMT to Hold GIS Presentation at Kartdagarna Conference in Sweden
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On Thursday the 21th of March, MMT´s GIS experts Andre Reinlert and Ola Svensson will give a presentation with the topic “GIS for marine survey data” at the conference Kartdagarna in Jönköping, Sweden. The presentation is about the use of GIS (Geographical Information System) for marine installations such as cables, wind farms and pipelines. Traditionally, paper maps are the primary product, but a regime shift towards GIS is now ongoing.

MMT has gained extensive GIS experience over the past 10 years for presentation and evaluation of combined survey results and desktop studies. At this event, André and Ola will use the Nord Stream project as an example of successful GIS work.

The Swedish conference Kartdagarna is taking place on the 19-21 March 2013 in Jönköping Sweden.

MMT NetSurvey 
 
MMT NetSurvey Ltd is based in Banbury, UK, and offers advanced hydrographic survey services using multibeam technology, from SOLAS charting surveys to marine habitat survey, port surveys including quay wall inspection to multibeam specialist services for pipeline and site surveys.  

The company’s multibeam specialist personnel are among the best in the business and can install, calibrate, acquire and process data from any portable multibeam system. Products for the client range from fully interactive 3D visualisation scenes to traditional sounding and contour charts or alignment sheets. The product portfolio includes advanced backscatter processing and Out-of-Straightness pipeline visualisation.




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