The level of detail in ADUS DeepOcean surveys can provide positive evidence of torpedo strikes or other conflict damage to shipwrecks, together with the ability to quantify both localised hull damage as well as major twisting, hogging or sagging. High-resolution ADUS DeepOcean surveys of areas of seabed where munitions may have been dropped allow visual identification of bombs and shells. Buried objects and smaller munitions, such as bullets, require the complimentary use of metal detectors, magnetometers and other detection devices.
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I have, and remain, a keen supporter of ADUS and the high resolution surveys that you have performed.
ADUS has brought something novel to the industry and wherever it is exhibited, it has drawn interest as I am sure you know.David Pockett - Marine Consultant LOC Marine & Engineering Constultants