WIRELESSLY TRANSMIT REAL-TIME MAPPING WITH THE WASSP W3 SERIES
The W3 Wireless WASSP is specifically suitable for large vessels (yachts, cruise ships, explorer vessels, Navy) that are travelling off the beaten track, exploring new areas and navigating into shallow unchartered waters.
With the wireless WASSP W3 system installed on a remote vessel such as a tender, chase boat or shadow vessel, it is possible to quickly perform a high-resolution bathymetric scan of the seafloor collecting precise depth and position information of the area where the mothership wishes to safely enter - such as bays, lagoons, fjords, artic areas, archipelagos, etc.
The live mapping data from the remote vessel is transmitted in real-time via a dedicated wireless connection directly to a mapping computer on the mothership, allowing the bridge crew to immediately view a high detail, real-time live 2D and 3D map of the underwater seafloor of the area that is being surveyed at that very moment by the remote vessel.
GENERATING BATHYMETRIC CHARTS TO ALLOW YOU TO EXPORE NEW PLACES ON:
Search & Rescue vessels
ENJOY SAFER AND MORE ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ANCHORAGES
With the WASSP W-Series, captains can use a support vessel or tender to remotely gather accurate bathymetric information that is not reliable in navigation charts. This means faster, safer navigation and anchorage in poorly charted regions.
For vessels such as superyachts and cruise ships that are exploring remote locations, dive sites or wrecks, the W3 can help you avoid obstacles and accidental damage and plan for the perfect dive, fish or anchorage for lunch. With multiple tenders, you can map the seafloor even faster and find the perfect anchorage more quickly.
KNOW IF THE SEAFLOOR HAS CHANGED
Natural events like cyclones, hurricanes, volcanoes and earthquakes can alter the seafloor. This means the bay in which you anchored last season may no longer be safe. Only real-time data can tell you. Don’t take the risk – play it safe and make your own bathymetric maps with WASSP.
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