With HydroPACT 660E Teledyne Marine brings the world’s smallest submarine, pulse induction pipe tracker to market. Built upon the already established, industry standard and world leading TSS HydroPACT 440 system, the HydroPACT 660E continues…
Users will be able to choose a cost-effective and properly sized solution from its comprehensive portfolio.
Knowing what you want is the first step to finding what you seek, however communicating what you want is even more important. Little-known fact about sonar & electroacoustic systems: they can be enhanced for most applications. Blaming both the product and the technology when you don’t get desired results limits your options and can add significant cost. By partnering with an expert in both technology and manufacturing, you start with a product designed to deliver the results you need and get a better ROI.
All M-Series sonar operate while in motion or from a stationary position delivering superb real-time imagery in a compact and easy to use package.
Across the various domains of multibeam echosounder mapping, the value of creating quality backscatter maps is gradually becoming mainstream. While it has always been a part of the portfolio for dedicated marine ecosystem surveys, it has only more recently started to become a staple for other surveys such as those conducted for/by Hydrographic Agencies, or surveys in support of wind farm development, as two examples.
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Teledyne RDI ushers in a new era in long-range ADCP technology. Rated to a depth of 2000 m, the new 45 kHz phased array Pinnacle ADCP delivers a 1000 m current profiling range with a decreased size and weight, a game-changing field-swappable system configuration…
Compatible with large work class and high-speed ROVs or large AUVs, Pathfinder is a dual-swath system for use in missions where intervention is required at greater depths or when accelerated data collection is necessary.