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Mar
16

Golden Software Packages Used to Select Ideal Locations for ‘Blue Energy’

The University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, is using Golden Software's Surfer, Grapher, and Strater packages to pinpoint the ideal offshore locations for placing wave energy devices to generate sustainable electricity. The region's first operational installation, developed by Wave Swell Energy of Melbourne, has been installed off the coast...
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Apr
18

Where can I find free topographic data?

JAXA ALOS World 3D website
We frequently get users call us asking where to find sources of free topographic data. Lucky for us, we live in a world that has vast amounts of this data available online, and a significant chunk of it is free to access and download - if you know where to look that is! So please find summarized below some of our ...
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Understanding the importance of topographic data in your project site. Nicely done Justine, this could be helpful to anybody who i... Read More
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hello i like to know more about this organizations what it deals with and its operates in which ways....all the ways from dar es s... Read More
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Hello sajidshabani, What organization do you want to learn more about? Thanks, Leslie McWhirter Golden Software... Read More
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Dec
01

Updated: Netherlands Company Uses Surfer to Search for Drowning Victim

We recently received an update on the case of the missing diver. The blog has been rewritten to reflect this new information.

November 20, 2011 - Four recreational divers went looking for wreckages at the bottom of De Nieuwe Meer in Amsterdam, Netherlands, an approximately 30 meter deep lake. The group split into two pairs and set out on their adventure. They were well-equipped and all wore full face diving masks.

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Giving the family closure is the next best thing to rescue. Keeping the SAR divers safe until the inlet for the pipe was examined ... Read More
Friday, 22 January 2016 12:46
Guest — M. Koray Eray
Excellent job, very professional.
Wednesday, 20 January 2016 11:32
Guest — dan
Too bad the man died, but it is an interesting application of the mapping software. Thanks for sharing.
Tuesday, 08 December 2015 14:23
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Nov
06

Netherlands Company Uses Surfer to Search for Drowning Victim

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November 20, 2011 - Four recreational divers went looking for known wreckages at the bottom of De Nieuwe Meer in Amsterdam, Netherlands, a ~30 m deep lake with strong bottom currents.

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