Recognized by the FIG/IHO/ICA International Board on Standards of Competence for Hydrographic Surveyors and Nautical Cartographers, (IBSC) the IIC Academy S-8 program is designed for those with the desire to start or build a career in nautical charting, as Category B Nautical Cartographers.
Under the NOAA Precision Marine Navigation Program, IIC was contracted to develop online support for S-100 data cataloguing, discovery, packaging, and distribution automation.
IIC’s Global Delivery of an FIG/IHO/ICAS-5B Hydrographic Surveyors course is gaining a great deal of interest from the International Hydrographic community and as a result was covered by an Article in the most recent Hydro International Magazine (Issue: #2 2021).
The impact on many Pacific Island nations from sea level rise, storm surge and climate change is significant. Therefore the Pacific Community (SPC), with World Bank funding, is conducting LiDAR surveys to provide quality data to assist Pacific Island nations with their planning and strategies to mitigate for these impacts.
Starting September 2021 and open for pre-registration now
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In a substantial move forward for the Canadian marine industry, two XOCEAN Uncrewed Surface Vessels (USVs), remotely controlled via satellite, took to Lake Superior this winter to undertake pioneering survey work for the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS). IIC Technologies lead the survey in a partnership with XOCEAN.
Complementing its established S-5B globally deliverable Hydrographic Surveying program, IIC is pleased to announce the recognition of its Marine Geospatial Information training program by the FIG/IHO/ICA International Board on Standards of Competence for Hydrographic Surveyors and Nautical Cartographers (IBSC), under the S8B category
Close on the heels of IIC signing a strategic MOU with the Nippon Foundation SEADBED 2030, SEABED 2030 have featured IIC in the September 2020 Issue of their periodic Magazine “In-Depth”.
Seabed 2030 is a collaborative project between The Nippon Foundation and GEBCO to inspire the complete mapping of the world’s ocean by 2030, and to compile all bathymetric data into the freely available GEBCO Ocean Map.