BioBase is a powerful data collection tool for aquatic environments. To get the best results with BioBase - EcoSound, it is important to use proper data collection and management procedures. This post contains links to the resources that will help you get started with BioBase and get great data.
Our quality control team reviews every uploaded trip and looks for glaring issues with the trip like evidence of a slanted transducer, signal loss, poor signal quality.
They may email you if they notice any significant issues with your
trip, and suggest ways to fix the issue or ways to improve data quality
before logging again. The quality control process may cause data edits
and offsets to be lost and can “break” merges. Please allow one
business day for quality control before applying these changes to your
trips, or check the quality control review status by viewing a trip’s
report. If there is a quality control reviewer’s name on the report,
the trip has been reviewed. You can also see any comments that were not
emailed to you on the report.
It is critically important to keep your Lowrance software updated. Software updates can be found here. Outdated software can result in inaccurate or lost data!
Our YouTube channel has many helpful videos, including data editing tutorials.
This post gives an overview on how EcoSound works along with some answers to frequently asked questions that many new users have.
The EcoSound Quick Start Guide shows recommended settings to use while logging sonar. Print this guide and keep it on your survey boat.
The EcoSound Support and Resources page has links to the EcoSound Full Operator's Guide as well as several tutorials, including guides for using EcoSound data in ArcMap.
If you ever need any assistance, contact the BioBase support team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Friday, April 21, 2017
BioBase: The cloud platform re-positioned to support more than just sonar processing
With the move to C-MAP, BioBase is receiving a renewed focus to deliver the aquatic industry new and improved automated tools for the assessment of aquatic habitats. In addition to renaming our sonar processing service EcoSound, the BioBase brand is being elevated to represent its primary role as a powerful cloud processing platform and a dashboard for visualization and analysis of a wide variety of spatial aquatic data. BioBase will soon represent more than just an automated sonar mapping system. More about this in a separate announcement coming soon!