This three-day workshop and classroom-based course is suited to delegates who are responsible for supporting LBL and USBL acoustic positioning and metrology systems.
The course is designed to allow delegates the opportunity to understand the basic theory of operation and to gain practical knowledge of configuration, calibration and fault-finding on acoustic positioning systems.
- How acoustic positioning systems work
- How equipment is configured, installed, tested, and maintained
- Variants of equipment, limitations in compatibility and issues that may arise when working with differing generations of technology
- How to set up tests and calibration processes
- How to handle, package and store equipment offshore and at base
- Common faults that arise, methods of diagnosis and repair methods
- How diagnostics are used to identify potential faults or configuration errors
- How equipment is calibrated
- How assets are managed
Delegates will be given practical exercises in setting up, configuring and testing equipment which will be assessed by a competent trainer. The course is also supported by comprehensive guidance notes.