SURVEY OF OBJECTS AND HYDROTECHNICAL STRUCTURES
Presentation of the wall image on the surface and underwater with a clear depiction of the shape of the bottom under the bridge, in addition to the irreplaceable hydrotechnical information is also a great way to present historic bridge objects.
Showing the shape of the wall and the foundation, as well as the shape of the bottom near the wall, is an irreplaceable source of information, especially where there is no design documentation.
The walls of port wharfs are checked periodically as part of periodic inspections of marine structures. The use of the MS1000 sonar as an aid in locating damage sites is a valuable source of information for both wharf managers and divers who carry out detailed inspections. Our research is an irreplaceable documentation when planning underwater repair work, because any irregularities are perfectly visible on sonar images.