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IXSurvey – We’ve Changed Our Name!

  We are excited to share important news regarding the evolution of our company and how this change will benefit you. We are delighted to announce that our company name, iXsurvey Australia, has been changed to iXblue. Why the name change? iXsurvey Australia has always been a division of the international group IXBlue, however the…

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Will Jason-3 Make Tide Gauges Obsolete for Hydrographic Surveys?

On January 18th, 2016 a new and cool satellite was launched into space. The Jason-3 carries an array of oceanographic sensors that are capable of measuring sea level heights, currents and even capturing information on wind speed. What excites me most though is its ability to measure sea level heights to within 3.3cm – globally.…

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Hydrographic Surveys: Surveying Australia – Part 2

Implications of a Reduced Rate of Effort Michael Beard and David Donohue Investment in hydrography realises an essential service to national transport infrastructure. Hydrographic survey company improve safety at sea, contribute to the protection of the marine environment and advance a nation’s economic development and standing Bathymetric survey company in Australia.

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Hydrographic Surveys: Surveying Australia – Part 1

Give Industry a Chance to Help by Michael Beard & David Donohue, Brisbane ‘No day too long, no task too arduous’ is the Hydrographic Surveyor’s maxim. However, given the magnitude of Australia’s national hydrographic effort, there remain some long days ahead for those charged with the hydrographic survey task across Australia’s area of surveying and…

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