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New HiPAP hydroacoustic Super Short Base Line - SSBL or USBL towfish tracking system for shallow and deepwater areas in excess of 3000 metres
Used as echo sounders, tide gauges, and underwater altimeters. They are compact, robust and provide supremely accurate digital data
Combines wide-bandwidth transducer with a patented acoustic lens to provide unprecedented image clarity from a domed sonar head
Hydroacoustic aided inertial navigation for ROVs and other underwater cable-connected units and AUVs.
System for detection, localisation and qualification of subsea oil and gas leakages at a very early stage
Several vessels and ROVs can position themselves using the same seabed transponder array of our Multi User Long Base Line positioning system.
The M3 Sonar is a compact versatile multibeam sonar that provides high resolution and easy to interpret images
GeoSwath ROV/AUV is a Shallow Water Multibeam sonar designed for survey class ROV's and AUVs.
Compact multibeam echosounder with high resolution, dynamically focused beams suited for water depths between 0.5 and 600 meters
Designed specifically for small observation class ROVs where compact size and light weight are key selection criteria
Applications include marine engineering and site inspection, search and recovery, underwater vehicle instrumentation and surveillance
Mechanical scanning sonar for harbour defence, police search and recovery, scientific assessment and survey. The highest quality and resolution in the market
We offer two types of single beam sonars for profiling and imaging. Depth ratings from 650 to 11,000 metres
Synthetic aperture sonar producing ultra high resolution images and co-registered bathymetry. Frequency range of 70-100kHz
Versatile shallow and deep-water oxygen sensor which can be used for autonomous deployments as well as integrated into sensor systems
Underwater carbon dioxide sensor for in-situ and online measurements of dissolved CO2
Underwater methane sensor for in-situ and online measurements of CH4 partial pressure