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CARIS Bathy DataBASE and HPD workflow training for CHS

For Immediate Release

Fredericton, NB, Canada – February 11, 2013 – Participants during CARIS Bathy DataBASE and HPD training at CHS.CARIS recently conducted a training course with the Canadian Hydrographic Services (CHS) in Burlington, Ontario, Canada which focused on the chart compilation workflow between CARIS Bathy DataBASE and CARIS Hydrographic Production Database (HPD).

The training course covered components of chart compilation that are not typically covered in introductory Bathy DataBASE or HPD training courses. Topics explored during the course included ideal points in the workflow to switch between Bathy DataBASE and HPD, different ways to cut and trim bathymetry and bathymetry features to update in HPD and tools that are accessible in both applications.

Bathy DataBASE and HPD are part of the CARIS Ping-to-Chart solution. Bathy DataBASE is a powerful system for the management and analysis of bathymetry and 3D data. HPD is a comprehensive system for the storage and management of marine spatial data and the efficient production of multiple product types.


For 35 years, CARIS has been the leading developer of marine mapping software. CARIS offers a highly effective solution for real-time processing and robust quality control of sonar data and the creation and distribution of maps, charts, and, digital datasets.

The CARIS Ping-To-Chart™ software is designed to deliver an integrated and seamless solution for the entire workflow of hydrographic information.

CARIS software offers a comprehensive level of support with training sessions, consulting, and a series of courses as well as technical support via online services, multilingual telephone support, and email.


For more information contact
Heather Pert, Marketing Manager, CARIS
+1 (506) 458-8533

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