Underwater Inspection

Geomount can produce high-resolution, highly-precise inspection image and video outputs for inspection of dam, hull and with its range of best UAV systems

Lake Mapping & Survey


Geomount Inc. can produce high-resolution, highly-precise map outputs with its range of best UAV and ROV systems.

Infrastructure Inspection

Our teams can immediately visualize the hull and deck inspection and cover by generating 2D and 3D models and identify any issues.

Engineering Design


Engineering design is the method that engineers use to identify and solve problems. It has been described and mapped out in many way.

Underwater Inspection 

Dam & Infrastructure Inspection

Our goal is to inspect dams and infrastructure by deploying underwater drones with high-resolution visual sensors to map or monitor and inspect the failure of concrete and steel structures..


Water Resource Management

or map around surface water, outfalls and more with drones to obtain data on-demand, facilitating resource management and compliance monitoring across vast areas.

Bathymetric Mapping Techniques

Modern techniques for mapping lakes combine the latest in echo sounding and global positioning system technology. These technological advances allow for the collection of thousands of accurate soundings on even the smallest of lakes or ponds. Data processing to create the final map is done in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software. This allows for not only the creation of the bathymetry of the lake, but also detailed analysis of water volume by depth

To map the sedimentation?

Sediment in rivers can also shorten the lifespan of dams and reservoirs. When a river is dammed and a reservoir is created, the sediments that used to flow along with the relatively fast-moving river water are, instead, deposited in the reservoir.

This happens because the river water flowing through the reservoir moves too slowly to keep sediment suspended — the sediment settles to the bottom of the reservoir. Reservoirs slowly fill up with sediment and mud, eventually making them unusable for their intended purposes.

In addition to measuring lake depth, modern sonar equipment can also distinguish bottom hardness and vegetation biomass. This is important information when studying aquatic plant communities and managing aquatic invasive species.

Geomount Inc. continually evaluates and adopts modern technology to advance our efforts to detect the water quality to map the parameters of lakes.

Dam & Infrastructure Inspection

Our goal in Geomount Inc. is to inspect dams and infrastructure by deploying underwater drones with high-resolution visual sensors to map or monitor and inspect the failure of concrete and steel structures.

Scheme of Inspection

  1. Mark a position every 5 meters on the two dams, and mark 8 positions at 5 meters, 15 meters,25 meters, 35 meters, 45 meters, 55 meters, 65 meters, and 75 meters respectively as the starting point of the 8 test sections. And named one, two, three… Eight.
  2. Starting from the detection section of 5 meters, each section begins the recording time, and after the detection recording is completed, the recording is finished and the recording time is recorded, that is, the detection video of this section is recorded.
  3. Underwater ROV dive to the position of each section, which is the lens in the dam descend and start to record video, descend to 2 began after crossing the water cushion pond dam bottom until the dam at the bottom of the platform and the water cushion pond bottom junction, which is to rise and vertical to the overflow tank top position detection of dam body platform, the entire section length is about 200 meters.


Erosion image of expansion joints in the repair area of water cushion pond platform.

Vertical scour

Vertical scour image of the platform below the dam.

Concrete Infrastructure

Reinforcement bars not cleaned after the surface construction of the water cushion pond platform.


There is a small amount of silt on the floor and sidewalls of the water cushion pond and scour on the walls.

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