LandScope Engineering specialises in high order inshore and nearshore hydrographic survey services. The combination of our experienced team, a versatile fleet of survey vessels, and the latest survey equipment ensures that programmes are designed for maximum efficiency whilst not compromising on data quality or personnel safety.
Each survey benefits from a bespoke design in accordance with IHO Standards for Hydrographic Survey (SP44). The accuracy, safeguarding, and treatment of data is diligently managed throughout the life-cycle of our customers’ projects. With employment of sophisticated delivery, viewing, and serving technologies we ensure maximum value is derived from survey investment.
DEDICATED AND FLEXIBLE SURVEY PLATFORM
Our survey vessel fleet is road transportable to facilitate a rapid response and cost-effective survey solution. S.V. “Investigator” is MCA coded for operation up to 20 miles offshore and is permanently fitted with high resolution multibeam, scanning sonar and mobile mapping systems. Geophysical sensors are configured as specific survey projects require.
Our survey vessels benefit from a detailed laser scanning dimensional control survey to ensure all X, Y, Z offsets are accurately modelled.
High accuracy and high-resolution bathymetric survey provides the foundation of our hydrographic services. Our survey procedures have been developed from the International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO) standards and best practice to ensure a safe and professional survey.
Utilising the latest technologies, including sub-bottom profilers, ground-penetrating radar (GPR), magnetometers, and side-scan sonar, LandScope are well-positioned to support marine engineering projects with our geophysical surveying services. Geophysical sensors will be selected based on individual project requirements and can be readily installed and interfaced to any of our dedicated survey vessels.
In collaboration with specialist environmental partners and laboratories, we offer an array of survey sampling and testing services to complement our hydrographic portfolio including water sampling, bed sampling/coring, turbidity and discharge measurement, bed habitat mapping, and classification.