Harbours and Piers

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Harbours and Piers

Tailored Monitoring Programs for Long-Term Viability

The marine environment is particularly dynamic and changes regularly. It is also the case that any structure built or placed in the sea is prone to degradation over time and must, therefore, be inspected to ensure that they remain functional, safe, and economically viable. 

Baseline surveying provides a snapshot of the condition of a structure or seabed at any one time, whereas well-designed monitoring programmes permit the accurate measurement of temporal change.

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Innovative science-based techniques

Tritonia employs pioneering scientific techniques and technologies to survey and monitor in the marine environment.

We offer a personalised service whereby one, some or all of the methods outlined can be used separately or combined to suit the client’s requirements. 

Enhanced Intertidal Surveying: Precision Mapping for Aquaculture

Intertidal surveys employ advanced 3D photogrammetry services using low-tide aerial drone surveys. These capture detailed imagery, creating precise photogrammetric maps for intertidal aquaculture zones. The resulting orthomosaic models integrate geographical data with shore elevation details, offering a comprehensive view.

This detailed insight aids in managing intertidal aquaculture sites with greater accuracy and informed decision-making within the aquaculture sector.

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News
Seeing is believing - A vision to advance underwater inspection - Fish Farmer Magazine
25/01/2021
News
Our World - Underwater Scholarship Society - Tritonia Scientific
30/09/2019

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