WRL introduced Argus coastal imaging to Australia in 1999 with the installation and operation of the Northern Gold Coast station. Since then WRL has operated a total of eight coastal imaging stations, with five of these currently operational, with two further stations to be installed in early 2014. More information about Argus coastal imaging in Australia can be found here.
WRL provides design, build, installation, and training services for coastal imaging systems. These services are built around the Argus video system, a proven hardware and software system architecture that has been widely used by researchers, engineers and managers around the world for over 25 years.
For clients requiring turnkey solutions we provide customised versions of our Coastal Imaging Server to automate various tasks such as field data processing, image analysis, data quality control and online reporting. Custom outputs can be designed as required for individual clients or research projects.
In addition to our technical expertise, several team members are certified for working at heights, as rope support is required at some station locations.
The following brochures outline technical details of the WRL Coastal Imaging experience and expertise:
Information about the WRL Coastal Imaging team can be found here.