SAMM is a Stand Alone Mosaicking Module designed to run alongside existing manufacturers data acquisition programs to enhance survey capability by proving real-time mosaicking, georeferenced charts, satellite imagery overlays and geo-coded observation classification for Forward Look Sonar, Side Scan Sonar and Multi Beam systems.
The most recent version of the software includes a bottom track function (for selected Side Scan Sonar systems) and pseudo ‘Single Beam’ bathymetry if the side scan is hull/poll mounted.
With a simple easy to use interface SAMM is ideal software choice for underwater search and survey.
Trainee Geophysicist Position
16 August 2018
Geomatrix Earth Science Ltd is a small but long established UK company specialising in the supply of exploration geophysical instrumentation and software to the minerals, engineering site investigation, groundwater and archaeological geophysical markets. We are actively engaged with all geophysics disciplines and trade on a global basis. Full details of our company activities can be found at www.geomatrix.co.uk.
We are looking to employ a person with strong A-level results in Physics and Maths to fill the role of Trainee Geophysicist. The successful candidate will learn on the job and will be funded to undertake a remote learning Open University degree program in Physics (or similar course). The position offers an individual with a means of supporting themselves financially through a degree; and provides extensive industry experience to ensure future career opportunities and development, or enable the individual to complete a Master’s degree.
The position is extremely varied and the candidate’s duties will evolve with their experience. Initially the individual will be involved in testing equipment, undertaking small research projects, booking hire equipment for customers, and producing marketing material for the website and exhibitions. Later duties will include customer support, demonstrating equipment and presenting at conferences.
This is a unique opportunity for someone who would like to be involved in a growing dynamic industry with strong careers opportunities.
The closing date for applications is August 31st. Please send your CV and a short introduction to yourself outlining why you believe you would be a good candidate for this position to Matthew Guy, Senior Geophysicist by email to: email@example.com
We welcome applicants and their parents to visit our offices to learn more about the position and funding for the Open University degree.
Portable Lightning seismic vibrating source gets more powerful
1 June 2018
In recent months Seismic-Mechatronics have been working on increases the output force of their Lightning electromagnetic seismic vibrating source through synchronising multiple units to within 8us.
The P & S wave source is the most powerful vibrating source for it size available commercially, and can be run from a 48VDC or mains supply. The Lighting is proving itself to be a power yet easy to use seismic vibrator source for near surface site investigation and structural dynamics testing.
Further information can be found on the Lightning webpage or feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intelligent 2500m Winch developed by Mount Sopris
12 May 2018
Not only does the IWA increase the range of our best-in-class winches, but it also sets new standards for ease of use, safety, power, compactness, and durability.
Featuring an intuitive touchscreen interface, all winch settings and system diagnostics are shown and controlled through the weatherproof membrane touchscreen. The interface user-friendly, and the digital control and programming of the IWA provides the operator with better control and unique safety features, including the following settings:
Maximum speed control of the winchIWA winch touch-screen display
Wireline acceleration safeguard
Depth alarms and automatic winch braking
Adjustable tension shut-off limits
PC interface to permit remote support and control
On top of its intelligence, the IWA is also brawny. This winch has a 6 HP servo motor that can operate at speeds over 55 meters/minute (180 feet/min) and lift the heaviest tool stack with ease. Being the strongest winch in its class doesn’t mean the IWA is bulky and cumbersome. The IWA has a very small footprint. The completely redesigned level-wind assembly keeps the winch footprint at just 1.1 x 0.9 x 0.8 meters (45 x 37 x 32 inches), only slightly larger than our 2 HP WFA winch.
Gomatrix supply a 32 channel GeoEel for RRS Sir David Attenborough polar research vessel
10 April 2018
Geomatrix Earth Science are delighted to anouse the delivery of a 32 channel GeoEel™ Solid Digital Streamer, a state-of-the-art marine seismograph, the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to outfit the newly-built RRS Sir David Attenborough.
The RRS Sir David Attenborough is a Polar-class 4 research vessel intended for marine and oceanographic research in the polar regions of the world. The BAS and NERC intends to fully equip the Sir David Attenborough with the most advanced research equipment available, from remote-controlled submersibles to advanced weather monitoring equipment. The GeoEel Streamer is one of the most advanced digital marine seismographs available today, and will be a great addition to the other research capabilities of the Sir David Attenborough.
With the GeoEel, the British Antarctic Survey will perform seismic reflection profiling, which enables imaging of geological structure and strata beneath the seafloor, on multi-disciplinary cruises. Such data provide immense added value to many geoscientific and paleoenvironmental studies and can also be used in informing the interpretation of other data sets such as swath bathymetry, sub-bottom profiles and sediment cores.
Seismic reflection profiling on multidisciplinary cruises, which enables imaging of geological structure and configurations of sedimentary strata to sub-seafloor depths of >1 km. Such data provide immense added value to many geoscientific and palaeoenvironmental studies, and are of great help in informing the interpretation of other datasets, such as swath bathymetry, acoustic sub-bottom profiles and sediment cores.