Terms of intervention
Under what conditions can we intervene?
Our unmanned capture solution on water can evolve in many environments:
On closed water , we can make the boat evolve at a speed between 1 and 2 m / s up to a distance of 1 km (in free field).
In the river , our BathyBoard solution allows to evolve in currents up to 3 m / s. The BathyBoard must be operated manually, keeping visual control.
Evolution in salt water is possible.
To obtain correctly geo-referenced data , the GNSS coverage must be sufficient. If, however, trees or bridges mask the signal, we can record the position of the boat using a robotic total station in 'tracking' mode.
The acoustic probes used generally operate from a depth of 30 cm. Depending on the acoustic frequency used, this depth may vary.
Aquatic plants, water lilies, etc. interfere with measurement by acoustic waves. In the presence of this type of vegetation, there can be no guarantee on the depths measured.