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Coda Octopus USE Version 8.7 Released

Posted by Michelle Howard

Coda Octopus has announced the release of Version 8.7 of CodaOctopus Underwater Survey Explorer ("USE").

This release includes routine maintenance fixes to improve the functionality of the software and respond to customer feedback. Customers who have already purchased the 4G Performance Pack Upgrade can now use these features:

  • new processor that supports industry standard 100mb Ethernet capability Interleaving ping mode, or Ping Pong feature, using different frequencies, ranges, beam detection and different thresholds
  • Increased ping rate to 20Hz adding more data points and improving the quality of real-time moving image processing
  • Reducing the minimum imaging range to only 0.5cm
  • A programmable TVG
  • Routine maintenance fixes


This upgrade is available free of charge to existing TEAM members who are Version 8 users.

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