Scanning a WWII German Bunker Complex

Every June, the first and second-year students of ocean technology (hydrography) at the Maritime Institute Willem Barentsz (MIWB) do a two-week field project around the institute’s campus, located on the coast of the Dutch Wadden island of Terschelling. The project is usually a bathymetric survey of nearby lakes, the harbour or surrounding waters. This year, one of the groups was offered an unusual challenge: to map the bunkers at the ‘Tiger’ bunker complex. The geodetic survey, uncommon for hydrography students, was met with enthusiasm and dedication by the survey team. Read more [Source: gim-international.com]

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