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Systems and methods for uniquely identifying buried utilities in a multi-utility environment

The present disclosure relates to systems and methods for uniquely identifying buried utilities in a multi-utility region. The system and methods may include sensing magnetic fields upon moving a magnetic field sensing locating device over a multi-utility region comprising a plurality of buried utilities. The sensed magnetic fields may be... Seescan Inc

Systems and methods for locating and/or mapping buried utilities using vehicle-mounted locating devices

Systems and methods for locating and/or mapping buried utilities are disclosed. In one embodiment, one or more magnetic field sensing locating devices include antenna node(s) to sense magnetic field signals emitted from a buried utility and a processing unit to receive the sensed magnetic field signals may be mounted on... Seescan Inc

Buried utility marker devices, systems, and methods

Systems and methods for locating buried utilities in conjunction with associated electro-magnetic marker devices are disclosed. A marker device may include a marker device antenna and an electronic circuit operatively coupled to the marker device antenna. The electronic circuit may include at least two resonant circuits, including a first resonant... Seescan Inc

Utility locators with retractable support structures and applications thereof

The disclosure is directed to utility locators and associated antenna node support structure devices for allowing a utility locator to self-stand in an upright position without being held or otherwise supported by a user.... Seescan Inc

Method and high-speed data transfer employing self-synchronizing quadrature amplitude modulation

Methods and apparatus for wired communications are disclosed. A method for transmitting a data stream through a wired communications channel includes encoding the data stream to produce a first baseband modulating signal I(t) and a second baseband modulating signal Q(t) whose amplitudes together represent a time series of complex symbols... Seescan Inc

Omni-inducer transmitting devices and methods

Omnidirectional electromagnetic signal inducer (“omni-inducer”) devices are disclosed for generating utility locating current signals, at one or more frequencies in on or more time intervals.... Seescan Inc

Haptic directional feedback handles for locating devices

Locating devices and systems providing haptic tactile feedback are disclosed. In one embodiment, a locator includes a haptic handle configured to provide directional signals through an operator's sense of touch to aid in locating and tracing a buried conductor or other object such as a pipe or cable.... Seescan Inc

Gradient antenna coils and arrays for use in locating systems

Buried object locators including an omnidirectional antenna array and a gradient array are disclosed. A locator display may include information associated with a buried object based on both omnidirectional antenna array signals and gradient antenna array signals.... Seescan Inc

Utility locating systems, devices, and methods using radio broadcast signals

Systems, devices, and methods for locating buried conductors using ambient electromagnetic signals, such as AM or other broadcast signals, are described. A buried utility locator may include a plurality of spatially separated antenna arrays, a receiver circuit coupled thereto, and a processing element programmed to process measurements of ambient electromagnetic... Seescan Inc

Methods and clearing obstructions with a jetter push-cable apparatus

Pipe inspection and pressurized fluid cleaning methods and apparatus are disclosed. A method of fluid output from a jetter push-cable device may include providing high pressure fluid from a push-cable apparatus via one or more jetter outputs. A camera assembly, which may include lighting elements, may be further included in... Seescan Inc

Locating devices, systems, and methods using frequency suites for utility detection

This disclosure is directed to utility locating systems, devices, and methods using frequency suites of simultaneously processed signals emitted from buried utilities to locate the buried utilities or other hidden or buried conductors.... Seescan Inc

Buried utility locator ground tracking apparatus, systems, and methods

Apparatus, systems, and methods are disclosed for utility locating with tracking of movement over the ground or other surfaces using a dodecahedral antenna array and a stereo-optical ground tracker having two or more spaced apart cameras and an associated processing element to detect ground features in images from the cameras... Seescan Inc

Sondes & methods for use with buried line locator systems

Sondes and sonde arrays for use with portable buried object locating systems are disclosed.... Seescan Inc

Phase-synchronized buried object transmitter and locator methods and apparatus

Buried object locator systems including transmitters and associated buried object locators using phase-synchronized signals are disclosed. A transmitter may generate output current signals that are phase-synchronized with a corresponding locator for improved utility locating.... Seescan Inc

Magnetically sensed user interface devices

A user interface device including a floating actuator sub-assembly and a base assembly flexibly coupled to the floating actuator assembly is disclosed. The floating actuator assembly may include a magnet array assembly with a plurality of magnets fixed relative to each other.... Seescan Inc

High bandwidth video push-cables for pipe inspection systems

High bandwidth push-cables for high speed image or video data transmission between a camera head and a cable reel or camera control unit (CCU) are disclosed.... Seescan Inc

Ground tracking apparatus, systems, and methods

Apparatus, systems, and methods are disclosed for tracking movement over the ground or other surfaces using two or more spaced apart cameras and an associated processing element to detect ground features in images from the cameras and determine tracking parameters based on the position of the detected ground features in... Seescan Inc

Adjustable variable resolution inspection systems and methods

Camera heads configured to provide digitally articulated images or video, at adjustable resolutions and/or offsets and orientations, to a camera control unit (CCU) or other electronic computing system for display, storage, and/or transmission to other systems are disclosed.... Seescan Inc

Optical ground tracking apparatus, systems, and methods

Optical ground tracking apparatus for use with buried object locators or other instruments or devices are disclosed. In one embodiment, a buried object locator includes a locator module disposed in our coupled to the housing to sense a buried object based on emitted magnetic fields, and a surface tracking module... Seescan Inc

Pipe inspection system camera heads

Camera heads for use in pipe inspection systems are disclosed. In one embodiment a camera head includes a body; an image sensor disposed in the body for generating images of an interior of a pipe or cavity in which the camera head is inserted, and processing circuitry operatively coupled to... Seescan Inc

Self-leveling camera heads

In one embodiment, a mechanically self-leveling camera head includes a rear housing assembly, an illumination window, an illumination window retainer having a forward end for holding the illumination window a threaded coupling ring for having the rear housing assembly screwed over a rear portion of the coupling ring and the... Seescan Inc








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