Wrecks and Marine Debris

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Wrecks and Marine Debris

Unveiling the Underwater Realm: 3D Photogrammetry for Wrecks and Marine Debris

Using 3D photogrammetry underwater transforms visibility by virtually eliminating water’s obstructions, offering clarity even in turbid or low-light conditions.

Tritonia leverages this technology to create intricate models that reveal structures or environments invisible through traditional methods. These models serve as adaptable, continuous records for various client needs.

Specialising in observing and recording wrecks, our technology plays a pivotal role in monitoring and mapping the condition and stability of historic artefacts.

Additionally, 3D photogrammetry serves as a forensic tool, enabling detailed examinations of modern shipwrecks to determine sinking causes without vessel retrieval.

Comparison of models constructed both before and after clean-up operations provides evidence for clients or regulators that the work has been carried out appropriately.

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3D Photogrammetry Modelling

Tritonia specialises in the creation of accurate and precise 3D models derived from systematically obtained imagery by divers or ROVs. These models provide a comprehensive visualisation of wrecks and precise assessment of marine debris.

The georeferenced information on types and volumes is invaluable for historical preservation, environmental impact assessments, and navigational safety.

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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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