Webinar Series

Explore the new Ping-to-Chart

Teledyne CARIS invites you to engage in a webinar series where we will explore and discuss how to leverage new technologies and techniques to enhance the full CARIS Ping-to-Chart workflow as we prepare for the dynamic future of hydrographic products and services.

The goal of the webinar series is to develop a better understanding of how to bring efficiencies and new possibilities into production workflows using CARIS software and services.

If you have missed any of the previous sessions and would like to view them, sign up to view the recorded webinars.

Past Webinars

Explore the New Ping-to-Chart:

Influences, expectations and emerging technologies

Webinar 1 of 4 will focus on:

Emerging technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence and cloud-based services, have the potential to revolutionize both what we think is possible, and how we approach challenges in our hydrographic workflows. From ocean mapping, to chart production and data sharing, expectations around the who, what, where and how are changing.


May 5
9am - 10am Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -4)
3pm - 4pm Central European Summer Time (UTC +2)


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Speakers

Karen Cove is the Senior Product Manager at Teledyne CARIS. Before joining CARIS in 2005, she worked in academia and with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Karen has a keen interest in mapping to support the safe and sustainable use and protection of the ocean and coastal environments.

 

Burns Foster is the R&D Projects Manager at Teledyne CARIS, focusing on developing new products and services outside of CARIS' core competencies. He previously spent five years as the Product Manager for HIPS and SIPS, CARIS' flagship processing software suite.


Explore the New Ping-to-Chart:

Automation to support multi-disciplinary use of hydrographic survey data

Webinar 2 of 4 will focus on:

Exploring the increasing role of automation to support multi-disciplinary use of hydrographic survey data. Learn about opportunities for automation ranging from drag-and-drop set-up to the use of AI to remove noise from multibeam data in CARIS HIPS and SIPS.


May 12
9am - 10am Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -4)
3pm - 4pm Central European Summer Time (UTC +2)


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Speakers

Travis Hamilton works with the product management team at Teledyne CARIS focusing on the needs of customers in the engineering, energy and research markets. Prior to working with Teledyne CARIS, Travis spent several years working with subsea mapping systems for offshore energy and academic applications.

 

Tami Francksen is the Hydrographic Product Manager at Teledyne CARIS focusing on development ideas and maintenance for HIPS and SIPS and Bathy DataBASE. She has been with the company for five years after her start as a field Hydrographer working primarily in Alaska’s Arctic region.


Explore the New Ping-to-Chart:

Bathymetry compilation re-imagined with automation

Webinar 3 of 4 will focus on:

Exploring how to use automation in CARIS BASE Editor to re-imagine the bathymetry compilation workflow. Learn how new smart sounding selection and contour generalization tools can reduce turnaround time and human effort aiding new product release.


May 19
9am - 10am Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -4)
3pm - 4pm Central European Summer Time (UTC +2)


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Speakers

Tami Francksen is the Hydrographic Product Manager at Teledyne CARIS focusing on development ideas and maintenance for HIPS and SIPS and Bathy DataBASE. She has been with the company for five years after her start as a field Hydrographer working primarily in Alaska’s Arctic region.

 

Marylou Gentilhomme is a Software Developer working in research and development (bathymetric data visualization, hydrographic data cleaning algorithms, or automation of cartographic sounding selection) as well as commercial software, such as HIPS and SIPS, working towards releases and implementing improvements. She has been working with CARIS for five and a half years.


Explore the New Ping-to-Chart:

Streamline chart production with automation

Webinar 4 of 4 will focus on:

Accepting the challenge of adding new on-demand and on-the-shelf products and services to your portfolio by making the most of CARIS HPD as the single-source chart production solution.


May 26
9am - 10am Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -4)
3pm - 4pm Central European Summer Time (UTC +2)


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Speakers

Julien Barbeau is Product Manager at Teledyne CARIS focusing on development ideas and maintenance related to Teledyne CARIS software products, including the Hydrographic Production Database (HPD). He has been with the company for 16 years starting with providing support and training for products-related software before integrating the product management team.

 

Stéphane Thériault has over 30 years of work in the GIS field, including 28 years at CARIS. He participated in the successful implementations of CARIS technology in several hydrographic offices. He works as a domain expert in Hydrographic and Cartographic solutions, supervising junior staff and assisting clients.