eTrac completed a multibeam survey of the Humboldt Ocean Disposal site approximately 10 miles offshore. Mulitbeam and snippets data were collected on an R2 2024 down to 400ft to create both bathymetry and backscatter grids. A sediment classification map was created using this data with sediment samples collected across the
eTrac was contracted to locate a pipeline submerged approximately 15ft below the seafloor in the San Francisco Bay. A Teledyne Benthos Chirp III sub-bottom profiler was mobilized on SV Pulse for high resolution sub-surface imagery. An R2 Sonic 2024 running at 400khz was used to image subsea diffusers as well
eTrac hosted 8 students from the College of Charleston’s BEAMS (BEnthic Acoustic Mapping and Survey) Program to conduct a survey of Raccoon Strait in the San Francisco Bay. The students were able to learn and assist in the survey set up and acquisition, gaining valuable hands-on experience. Students in the
Multibeam hydrographic surveys have been conducted around a pier of the San Francisco Bay Bridge in preparation for further bridge deconstruction.
ETrac’s 7th vessel named and mobilized to survey. The 24’ Aluminum Hydrographic Survey Vessel purchased in Dec 2013 has been name “The Pulse”. She has been set up with an R2Sonic 2022 and an Applanix PosMV Positioning and Motion System. She has been used as our main survey vessel in
eTrac is the prime contractor for a 3-year hydrographic survey contract with the US Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska district. A recent Port Condition Survey was conducted in Unalaska, Alaska. The survey was conducted in June, 2014 and involved multibeam hydrographic surveys, RTK GNSS topographic surveys, a static GNSS control
This month marked the start of a busy season for dredging in the San Francisco Bay. eTrac is currently working on multiple projects related to port, marina, and channel maintenance. eTrac works closely with the dredging contractors and the US Army Corp of Engineers to complete pre, post and conditional
eTrac Inc. has been awarded a 5 year contract to assist NOAA in the updating of nautical charts. NOAA Announces Award of New Hydrographic Surveying Services Contracts
Twin Pipelines Mapped in Alaska with Ultra High Resolution Multibeam Sonar
eTrac is added as a USACE prime contractor for coastal surveying services for the Alaska district. Contract performance period is 3 years with broad geographic coverage in the state. We are excited and honored to be added to this contract. eTrac supports USACE with hydrographic surveying services in various USACE districts.