Various geodetic computations including grid to geographical conversion, datum shift, range and bearing computation.
Also available bulk conversion of co-ordinates.
(See geodetic)
The software computes the azimuth to the sun from observations and using star almanac tables. This software can be used
to calibrate a gyrocompass.
Uses the The International Geomagnetic Reference Field (IGRF) model to determine the components of the magnetic field
vector a given location.
The software uses least squares to adjust a network points using measured ranges, bearings and position observations.
The software can be used for calibrating an acoustic network.
The software computes the relationship between two grid systems and then allows the operator to convert between the two systems.
Computation can be used for calibrating an acoustic network with a surface navigation system.
To determine the position of a seabed transponder by observing acoustic ranges from a vessel sailing around the transponder.
The software uses sequential least squares to deterine the position so there is no limitation on the number of observations taken.
To compute and graphically display heading and tilt from pitch and roll readings
The software computes and displays the tidal curve based on a standard port and tidal harmonics all parameters have been
obtained from the UK Hydrographic Office.
The software can use the following formulae to compute the velocity of sound in water.
The software also has the ability to produce velocity profiles from a series of points.
For realtime catenary anchor monitoring see Norcom's CAMS system