Pelydryn are experts in the acquisition, interpretation and presentation of airborne bathymetric LiDAR Data
Pelydryn currently own and operate two Hawkeye LiDAR sensors. Since 2009 we have worked closely with a range of clients from across the offshore sector. We offer rapid, cost efficient solutions for safe and accurate bathymetric surveys in shallow water, complex coastal areas, rivers and estuarine environments.
Bathymetric LiDAR allows a cost effective solution to wide area surveys which are impossible, difficult or expensive to access or complete using conventional acoustic systems to depths of up to 50m (dependent upon water clarity)
Knowledge of the Coastal Zone is more than safety for vessels at sea. Coastal erosion, flood defence, climate change planning and environmental mapping are all part of this complex environment. Pelydryn work with Client’s and partners to deliver tailor made solutions across the land sea interface.
Our team are experienced in a range of disciplines including hydrography, data processing and analysis and work with the Client to produce bespoke products and deliverables according to their requirements.
The Pelydryn team are happy to release the second volume of the Pelydryn newsletter. The newsletter will be published four times throughout the year and will consist of relevant and up to date news regarding Pelydryn and its employees. The newsletter will also contain news articles on recent topics from around the web regarding the […]
11 March 2015
Rupert Forester-Bennett Pelydryn’s key account manager for the Americas, will be speaking and exhibiting at the 2015 National Conference on Beach Preservation Technology, taking place between the dates of the 4th & 6th of February. This event is America’s largest annual conference on beach preservation technology and will be held at the Marriott Suites on […]
03 February 2015
Pelydryn will be exhibiting at two exciting shows in London. Come and have a chat with us at either the London Excel arena for the Flood defence expo or the Ilec conference centre for GeoData 2014. If there is a burning question you have or your thinking about a certain type of survey then please […]
03 December 2014