The Essequibo River is one of the largest rivers in Guyana, South America, and flows 1,010 km through forests and savannah into the Atlantic Ocean. Travelling to the source of the river, which lies in untouched rainforest in the Acarai Mountains, has been a huge challenge that not many scientists have faced.

A multifaceted team accepted a challenge to film the never-before-recorded source of the Essequibo and its source valley.

Download the case study to learn how this team used Hexagon's technology to map the course for this journey that resulted in a powerful television documentary.

 

 

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