ESL Survey 1 can now be Containerised on a 20 foot Unit. This can be transported by standard container ship and on a normal sized Crane Lorry.
This provides mobility for deployment anywhere at short notice. The Boat is an inshore shallow draft Catamaran with a full suite of Navigation, Bathymetric and Geophysical Sensors.
Anywhere a 20 foot container can go our Survey Vessel can deploy.
Along with experienced Crew and Technicians we offer a bespoke solution where previously only single beam boats could be used.
Please use our enquiry email for a proposal and quote.
Our Hydro team have recently installed a new Radar Type Tide Gauge to provide real time tidal information.
The Tide Data is uploaded to a secure web page in real time while power is provided via a solar panel.
At the end of June we took delivery of our new RTC360 Terrestrial Laser Scanner. This is the fastest survey grade scanner on the market at 2,000,000 points per second with a complete dome scan taking 2 minutes.
This new purchase means we now carry 2 Leica and 2 Faro scanners and can match the best one for any project both in terms of hardware capability and software suitability.
ESL Director Gordon Ferrier has been added to the list of CIC Certified BIM Managers.
This will assist in projects where the BIM component requires a Certified Manager. CIC are currently the certifying body in HK.
Paul, Jaden and Matthew recently hosted the Polytechnic University survey camp in Sai Kung on board “ESL Survey 2”. Despite the untimely Virus the camp went ahead as scheduled and was enjoyed by all.
ESL Have recently tested a high level (up to 6m) scanner mount for scanning MEP ceiling space’s. Combined with ReCap “Realview” this is a great assistance to BIM modelling.
Shipwreck in Victoria Harbour captured at a depth of 25m using our Ultra High Resolution MultiBeam.
After 18 months Design and Construction in Guangzhou “ESL Survey 2” has been delivered.
With a 40 square meter back deck, multiple sensor mounts and launch/recovery systems this vessel allows ESL to deploy a wider range of survey systems than could be accommodated on ESL Survey 1. Our first boat shall still be used for shallow water surveys while “Survey 2” shall be utilised where multiple sensor options such a Multi-Beam, UAV Photogrametry and Laser Scanning are required.
More to follow…