GO Visions™ Software

Our award winning GO Visions™ software has allowed us to set new industry standards in the way marine science data is efficiently collected and processed. 

GO Visions allows our field technicians to undertake real-time data analysis and processing of images during towed camera and ROV surveys. The software processes data using hierarchical classification schemes in real-time whilst also acting as a data management system by sorting, renaming, encoding and filing data according to location, transect or operator preference. These capabilities significantly reduce the need for post-field data processing which reduce team sizes, time and project cost. Features of the software include:

Features

  • Customizable interfaces and modules
  • Hierarchical habitat classification schemes that can be modified to suit client project requirements
  • Database, automated statistics and quality assurance and control queries
  • Real-time display of data in GIS and survey software
  • On-the-fly processing of transect distance, area covered and depth data
  • Still image sorting, renaming and geo-referencing
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Vertech were nominated as finalist for the Woodside Awards in the category of Innovation for the successful execution of a very challenging asset deployed subsea inspection scope.   This project was an industry first for deploying advanced NDT techniques using observation class ROV’s from an FPSO in challenging weather and sea...

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