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The Royal Netherlands Navy Acquires 7 SEMA ASW Training Targets from RTsys

07.10.2021
The Royal Netherlands Navy acquired 7 SEMA ASW training targets from RTsys, at the very beginning of 2021. The first two targets have been delivered in September, and after training with our ASW dedicated team, the Royal Netherlands Navy have just communicated about their successful experience in the following article:

EdgeTech Introduces New Nadir Gap-Fill Sonar for the 2205 AUV, ROV and USV Based Sonar Solutions

29.09.2021
EdgeTech, the leader in high resolution sonar imaging systems and underwater technology, has recently introduced an innovative and new method to provide nadir gap coverage on the EdgeTech 2205 sonar platforms. Complementing this new technology is SonarWiz from Chesapeake Technology, providing a software solution to support processing and mosaicking the new gap fill solution.

Seatronics First to Order Sonardyne’s New SPRINT-Nav Navigator for VALOR ROV

24.09.2021
Subsea technology specialist Seatronics has been announced as the first customer for Sonardyne’s new SPRINT-Nav Mini Navigator, launched just one week ago. Seatronics has purchased the technology, the world’s smallest hybrid acoustic-inertial navigation instrument, for its VALOR remotely operated vehicle (ROV), itself designed to be the smallest, most powerful and capable inspection class ROV in its category.

SeeByte and Raytheon Combine AN/AQS-20C Sonar with SeeTrack C2 Software for Real-time Contact Analysis

21.09.2021
SeeByte and Raytheon Technologies are working together to bring Raytheon’s AN/AQS-20C advanced minehunting sonar system data into SeeByte’s SeeTrack v4, multi-domain command and control system.

Sonardyne Adds Flagship Navigator Model to SPRINT-Nav Mini Family

07.09.2021
Energy, defence and science marine technology company Sonardyne has introduced a range-topping model of its hybrid, underwater and surface vehicle navigation platform, SPRINT-Nav Mini.

Poliservizi Adds New Flunder ROV to its Equipment Fleet

23.07.2021
Mariscope Mediterraneo consolidates its position in Europe after a year and a half of work, through the acquisition of its recently launched Flunder ROV by the Italian company Poliservizi s.r.l.

Sonardyne navigation for Kawasaki Heavy Industries’ SPICE AUV

22.07.2021
Kawasaki Heavy Industries’ (KHI) has chosen a suite of subsea navigation, positioning and communications technologies from marine energy, defence and science company Sonardyne to navigate, track and control its first commercial SPICE autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs).

Sonardyne BlueComm to Stream Ocean Exploration Missions Live

13.07.2021
The world’s deepest diving acrylic hulled manned submersible is to be equipped with Sonardyne’s BlueComm optical communications link to allow live streaming of deep ocean expeditions anywhere in the world.

World’s Most Compact 6,000m Rated Sonar Launched

13.07.2021
Impact Subsea has announced the launch of the world's most compact 6,000 meters / 19,685 feet depth rated imaging sonar. The new addition to the ISS360 range of sonars provides a full 360° field of vision, 80 meters range capability and high resolution imagery using powerful CHIRP based signalling. Heading and Attitude readings can also be provided by the sonar.

Ultra Awarded Six Contracts for Innovation in Canada

12.07.2021
In recognition of Ultra's drive to be at the forefront of technology advancement, Ultra announces today that it has been awarded six contracts by Canada’s Department of National Defence Innovation for Defence Excellence and Security (IDEaS) program.


Sonardyne Sets UK Goal to Reach Net Zero by the End of 2025

08.06.2021
Marine technology equipment supplier Sonardyne is aiming to become carbon neutral by the end of 2025, making it the first company of its type in the UK subsea industry to publicly announce such an ambitious target.

Ashtead Technology Invests Over £1m in New EdgeTech Sonar Technology

07.06.2021
Global subsea equipment solutions specialist Ashtead Technology has invested over £1million in a range of EdgeTech sonar imaging and underwater technology systems to enhance its extensive equipment fleet.

Sonardyne and SeeByte Advance UMS Navigation and Autonomy in Challenging Environments

02.06.2021
Maritime defence technology company Sonardyne and uncrewed maritime systems (UMS) software experts SeeByte have been awarded UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) funding to enhance and extend the future operational capability of autonomous and remotely operated systems in challenging battlespace domains.

Kraken Receives Order to Equip 2nd Teledyne Gavia SeaRaptor AUV with AquaPix® SAS Sonar

01.06.2021
Kraken Robotics Inc., Canada’s Ocean Company™, is pleased to announce a second purchase order for 6000-meter rated AquaPix® MINSAS 120 sonars from Teledyne Gavia. While we cannot provide the specific amount of these orders to Kraken, they total between $1.75 and $2.0 million. Kraken expects to fulfill these orders in 2021.

Sonardyne Unveils ‘Operate-anywhere’ Portable Shallow-water Tracking System

24.05.2021
Energy, defence and science technology company Sonardyne has launched a new, entirely portable configuration of its shallow water Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) system Micro-Ranger 2.

Kraken Receives Order for AquaPix® Sonar from AUV Manufacturer

20.05.2021
Kraken Robotics Inc., Canada’s Ocean Company™, is pleased to announce that it has received an order for a 3000-meter rated AquaPix MINSAS 120 Synthetic Aperture Sonar from an American autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) manufacturer. The contract value is $0.5 million and delivery to the customer is expected in 2021. Since March of this year, Kraken has received orders for AquaPix MINSAS 120 Synthetic Aperture Sonars from customers in the US, Europe, and Australia for integration onto three different AUV platforms.

Argeo AS: Orders a Second SeaRaptor 6000 Newbuild AUV from Teledyne Gavia

13.05.2021
Argeo has ordered its second and identical newbuild SeaRaptor 6000 Autonomous Underwater Vehicle “AUV” from Teledyne Gavia with delivery taking place early Q4 2021.The delivery includes several ancillary system components, software and crew training is an identical system to the first allowing the two systems to work in parallel for project requiring larger seabed footprint and productivity.

SeeByte’s ATR Supports Royal Danish Navy and Polish Navy Onboard Kraken Robotics’ KATFISH™

11.05.2021
SeeByte, the global leader in developing smart software solutions for unmanned maritime systems, is pleased to announce they have partnered with Kraken Robotic Systems Inc (“Kraken”), a world leader in Synthetic Aperture Sonar or SAS, a revolutionary underwater imaging technology. to integrate their Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) System onto the Kraken KATFISH™ Towed Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS).
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