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Teledyne PDS

Teledyne PDS is of-the-shelf software and developed to solve the variety of challenges that arise from each specific task in the main business segments served by Teledyne Marine.

Teledyne Marine
1026 North Williamson Blvd.
32114 Daytona Beach
United States of America
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Description

Teledyne PDS is of-the-shelf software and developed to solve the variety of challenges that arise from each specific task in the main business segments served by Teledyne Marine.

Specifications

  • Year of initial development
    2008
  • Year of latest version
    2015
  • Operating System
    Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • Minimum computer requirements
    4Gb mem, 500Gb HD
  • Stand-alone
    Yes
  • Proprietairy data processing
    Y
  • Supported sensor systems
    Multibeam sonar backscatter data
  • Open to other data formats
    Y
  • Independent samples required
    N
  • Ground truthing possible
    N
  • Extracted parameters
    Backscatter, the intensity of the reflection from the seafloor; Impedance, the absorption in the seafloor; Roughness, the irregularity of the seafloor; Phi, the actual bottom classification; Volume, the volume backscatter, the intensity of the reflection in the seafloor; FLT factor, the fluid factor; Intercept
  • Penetration
    0
  • Timing of analysis
    Offline
  • Pre-processing data and quality control
    Y
  • Full wave-form
    N
  • Derived depths
    Y
  • Backscatter
    Y
  • Other
    N
  • Signal modeling
    N
  • Segmentation
    N
  • Feature extraction
    Y
  • Feature detection methods
    Spike detection; contouring
  • Contour creation
    Y
  • Profile creation
    Y
  • Reporting chart creation
    Y
  • S-57 support
    Y
  • Supported export formats
    PDS, Excel, Simrad EM, CSV, Multibeam points (ASCII), XTF, S7K, Sz, Magnetometer, FAU, GSF, Backscatter points (ASCII), UKOOA P1/90
  • Typical application
    After a survey with a multibeam the backscatter data can be used to do a seafloor sediment classification.

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