MAMBO 2017 transgresses and overcomes unmanned detail bathymetries now allowing multi-purpose inspections in aquatic environments.
Dron náutico desarrollado por IPH-INNTELIA
The IPH group takes an exponential leap in its product offering and updates the MAMBO project to provide a more complex and specialized service, thus occupying a preferential place in the market and repositioning itself at the head of technology companies.
The product offered by IPH is portable, and can be used in nautical drone or in manned vessels. Its configuration is modular depending on the inspections to be performed, this allows the possibility of capturing data of any nature that is required, which is what gives it its multipurpose nature.
It allows a centimeter positioning RTK through integrated GPS with the possibility of integration of other GPS systems (NTRIP), which gives enormous reliability to the data obtained. It realizes a saving of redundant data by means of the function datalogger, and the management, configuration and monitoring in real time of the taking of data in the inspection to realize by means of an own software application.
The IPH group also offers the carrier system for this product, this is the nautical drone, with a scalable design, with monocoque made of fiberglass and with the possibility of an integrated autopilot, for the realization of unmanned bathymetries in an automatic, planable and always georeferenced.
Unmanned bathymetries in environments and application possibilities of MAMBO 2017 with the nautical drone version.
The IPH-INNTELIA nautical drone with the new MAMBO 2017 technology will be able to perform unmanned bathymetries in difficult to access aquatic environments or without the possibility of navigating manned vessels such as waste rafts, contaminated or chemical risk waters, very low waters depth, industrial and mining rafts. It can also be used in clean waters, to monitor swamps, dams and reservoirs.
The sensing possibilities associated with product and device are wide, and exceed the bathymetry performed with depth echo sounder.
Through the use of photo and video cameras, visual inspections of fauna and flora or visual inspections of hard-to-reach areas can be carried out, with cameras that can work in the visible, infrared or other spectrum.
MAMBO 2017 and its nautical drone are prepared to take samples at predefined depths and in geolocated locations. In addition, a multiparameter probe can be used to map the state of water quality.