Update 2.2 - Focus on getting your data in and out

dBSea 2.2 is live We've focused on making data easier to handle, both going in and out of dBSea I the last update we focused on making it easier to scale and represent the bathymetry correctly. One consequence was that dBSea drew "NO-DATA" grey after correcting the projection of your bathymetry. If you'd rather not see this, go to Preferences/Graphics/Draw not surveyed area and untick the box.

In the Sources tab you'll see that we've changed a few names to avoid overlaps, but more importantly, you can now examine transmission losses at any depth and export them via your clipboard (see video below).
In most of the tables we've added the option of either importing from your clipboard or from a CSV file. For setting the motion of your moving sources you can now also import GPX files directly. (You can also export motion in both GPX and CSV, and thus use dBSea as a converter as well)
Behind the scenes, the dBSeaModes solver has gotten an upgrade and I had so…

Importing bathymetry, the basis of your model

A side-on view

dBSea 2.1

Dolphins in Greece

On the bottom

one, one hundred, one thousand or ten thousands?

Catch you on the flip side (of sound) - Updated!

Underwater noise course Belfast

Making it move

There's a real world out there

dBSea 1.3.11

Less is More?