MTR 100: Think Sensor Research Inc.

Posted by Irina Tabakina

555 St. Giles Road, West Vancouver, BC, Canada V7S 1L7
T: 778-895-2201
E: pavel_haintz@thinksensor.com
W: www.thinksensor.com
CEO/President: Pavel Haintz
Number of Employees: 5

The Profile
Think Sensor Research was founded in 2008 to revolutionize the way data is collected in the marine industry by providing state of the art sensor products and highly individualized assistance and ongoing support.  Its TSR-100 Motion Reference Unit is designed to accurately measure pitch, roll, heading and heave in surface and underwater applications under static and dynamic conditions.  It is currently being used in applications ranging from underwater platform monitoring to small survey vessels to large supply vessels. The TSR-3000 3-D Sonar is a high performance modular sonar system that can be configured for our customers requirements.  TSR-3000 can be used to collect simultaneous profile and image data.  The TSR-3000 Sonar is designed for a wide range of applications from bathymetry to underwater structure inspection of bridges and dams.
 

The Tech
Think Sensor Research Inc. develops its own sensor fusion algorithms for its motion reference unit which can be customized for unique applications.
 It also has extensive expertise in sonar system design from transducers to embedded electronics to sonar signal processing. 
Its transducers for our sonar systems are custom designed and developed for optimal performance in combination with our own custom sonar electronics and sonar processing algorithms.
 


(As published in the July/Aug 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)

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