Coda Octopus will be exhibiting at the Undersea Defence Technology Conference (UDT) from the:
26th-28th of June 2018
At Stand G10
In the SEC, Glasgow.
We will showcase our real-time 3D volumetric imaging sonar technology which uniquely allows users to generate a real-time 3D image of their underwater environment in zero visibility conditions. This is the only technology in the world today that can do this and its ability to transform real-time decision making of moving objects and instant marine intelligence applications for Navies and Marine Security forces around the world.
In addition, Mr. Paul McMurtie will deliver his address on the status of the U.S. Navy’s Divers Augmented Vision Display program (Project DAVD) designed to provide real-time visualization for divers at all depths and in zero visibility conditions. Coda Octopus is currently working the team at the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) to develop the Head Up Display (HUD), a prototype real-time 3D sonar imaging hardware and real-time 3D augmented visualization software that will provide the complete underwater 3D scene for the DAVD system.
Our premier real-time 3D volumetric sonar technology is a perfect fit for Project DAVD and similar Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality solutions and will significantly advance diving missions by bringing increased productivity gains and safety benefits to these operations. Don’t miss Mr. McMurtie’s presentation:
27th of June 2018
In the Carron Room (First Floor).