The implementation of BDB is the final link in the Hydrographic Information Network. BDB utilizes the latest database server technology that allows for the management and analysis of all of CHS’ bathymetry in one coherent structure. BDB allows multibeam, singlebeam, LiDAR, and historical soundings from a variety of sources to be brought together and managed for effective validation, analysis and product extraction.
Kevin Wilson, CARIS’ strategic accounts manager, believes that working closely with clients is key to a successful implementation:
Andrée Bolduc, regional director of CHS Quebec, confirmed the importance of the implementation of the last link of the Hydrographic Information Network: “BDB has now been successfully implemented and is helping the CHS to maintain an innovative work environment for multi-disciplinary hydrographers where quality management is the cornerstone.”
Learn more about the benefits of Bathy DataBASE at http://www.caris.com/