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YOU’RE INVITED  – BioSonics Webinar – Automated Monitoring Systems and Software

You are cordially invited to attend an informative two-part webinar series.  The first session will focus on real-world applications of split beam sonar as used in fixed-station monitoring systems.  The second webinar will focus on the latest in automated processing software for fixed position hydroacoustic deployments.  You are encouraged to register for both sessions, or choose either one.

PART I.  BioSonics Automated Fish Detection/Counting Systems

When: Tuesday, June 10, at 0800h PST (1600h GMT)

Description:  An overview of split beam sonar technology and unique watchdog software specifically applied for use in fixed-station applications.  Learn about the state-of –the-art in unmanned, automated hydroacoustic technology.  Case studies will include:

  • Riverine salmon counting stations
  • Smart hydropower dam
  • Debris monitoring system for cooling water intake

PART II.  Real-Time Automated Target Counting w/VisAcq AutoTrack

When: Thursday June 12, at 0800h PDT (1600h GMT)

Description: Tutorial on how to configure VisAcq AutoTrack software, a real-time processing tool that automatically builds and records fish/target track lists.   Receive step-by-step instructions for using VisAcq AutoTrack to generate CSV files containing information on each fish/target detected including:

  • 3D location (depth, range and bearing)
  • Speed and direction of travel
  • Sizing distribution
  • Total counts

Register by email and receive your meeting invitation and access code.

info@biosonicsinc.com – indicate whether you’d like to join PART I or PART II

Please note that attendance is limited and will be available on first come basis.   We look forward to hearing from you and sharing information about the latest in Hydroacoustic Automated Monitoring Systems and Software.

We hope you can join us on June 10 and or June 12.

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