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Sonardyne’s BlueComm Underwater Communications Selected by Australian Defence Science and Technology Group

09.06.2020
Australia’s Defence Science and Technology Group (DST) has acquired a BlueComm undersea communications system from Sonardyne International Ltd. as part of its ongoing program in maritime autonomous systems (MAS).

VideoRay and Sonardyne Demonstrate Benefits from Combining Latest ROVs with Micro-Ranger 2 USBL Technology

28.04.2020
VideoRay LLC and Sonardyne International Ltd. have been working together to demonstrate enhanced remotely operated vehicle (ROV) operations through integration with positioning systems.

Sonardyne Reveals Latest Seabed-to-Shore Subsea Technologies

17.03.2020
Underwater technology provider Sonardyne International Ltd. has announced important new additions to its 2020 product line-up, all designed to play a role in delivering users’ data from the seabed to the shore.

Sonardyne International Appoints Graham Brown as New Managing Director

16.03.2020
Leading marine technology provider Sonardyne International Ltd. has announced Graham Brown as its new Managing Director.

Sonardyne proves new long-endurance navigation capabilities in Loch Ness

10.12.2019
New standards in long-endurance underwater navigation and automated subsea positioning have been set following the successful completion of a joint project led by subsea technology specialist Sonardyne International Ltd., with partners the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and L3Harris.

Future Korean submarine rescue capability to be supported by Sonardyne

04.12.2019
Underwater positioning and tracking technology from Sonardyne International Ltd. is to be used to support search and recovery operations undertaken by the Republic of Korea Navy's (RoKN's) new auxiliary submarine rescue ship (ASR-II).

DOF Subsea increases its Sonardyne navigation technology fleet

10.09.2019
International subsea services provider DOF Subsea has equipped a further three of its Brazilian offshore vessel fleet with hybrid acoustic and inertial navigation technology from Sonardyne Brasil Ltda.

Sonardyne demonstrates Sentinel diver and UUV tracking at ANTX

28.08.2019
Underwater maritime security specialist Sonardyne Inc. will present its advanced unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) tracking results at the Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX) this week in Newport, Rhode Island.

Sonardyne acquires maritime survey software and construction specialist EIVA

24.05.2019
Leading subsea technology and systems provider Sonardyne International Ltd. has acquired maritime software and equipment specialist EIVA A/S.

Sonardyne’s PIES to monitor disruptive US Gulf current

27.03.2019
Oceanographic equipment developed by underwater technology company Sonardyne International Ltd. will be used as part of a major US$2 million scientific study of disruptive ocean currents in the US Gulf of Mexico.


World’s first live video broadcast from underwater uses Sonardyne’s BlueComm

13.03.2019
Pioneering subsea communications technology from Sonardyne International Ltd. has been used to stream the first live broadcast to global audiences from an underwater submersible.

Sonardyne acquires maritime and marine science technology specialist Chelsea

16.10.2018
Leading subsea technology developer Sonardyne International Ltd. has acquired maritime and marine science technology specialist Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd.

Sonardyne deep tracking technology selected for German research vessel upgrade

29.01.2018
Ocean science company, Sonardyne International Ltd., has announced that its deep water acoustic tracking technology, Ranger 2, has been installed on one of the most modern vessels in the German research fleet, the Maria S. Merian. The announcement was made at the annual meeting of the Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans (POGO), which this year is hosted by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA.

Deep BV takes delivery of Sonardyne Mini-Ranger 2 positioning equipment to support UXO surveys

07.11.2017
Deep BV takes delivery of Sonardyne Mini-Ranger 2 positioning equipment to support UXO surveys Deep BV, a Dutch survey company specialising in hydrography, marine geophysics and oceanography, has purchased underwater acoustic technology supplied by Sonardyne International, UK, to support its inshore, harbour, coastal and offshore activities.

Sonardyne acoustic technology used in hunt for flight recorder at helicopter crash site

11.10.2017
A mission to search for the wreckage of an Irish Coast Guard helicopter which crashed into the Atlantic earlier this year killing all four crew members, was supported with underwater locating equipment from Sonardyne International Ltd.

Sonardyne secures a major contract from Magseis for next generation seismic node positioning equipment

04.10.2017
Subsea technology manufacturer, Sonardyne International Ltd., UK, announced today that Norwegian seismic services company, Magseis, has awarded it a major contract for seabed node acoustic positioning technology to support an expansion in its deep water survey activities.

2G Robotics and Sonardyne announce new collaboration on underwater dynamic laser mapping

09.05.2017
Subsea technology companies, 2G Robotics Inc., and Sonardyne International Ltd, UK. today announced they have entered into a formal collaboration agreement. The two organisations are working together on the development and promotion of a dynamic underwater laser mapping solution which significantly reduces the time needed to survey seafloor sites and offshore structures.

Innova Norway selects Sonardyne SPRINT-Nav for resident ROVs

10.02.2017
Innova AS, a specialist subsea engineering and technology company based in Norway, has selected acoustic and inertial navigation technology from Sonardyne International Ltd., for two new in-field resident ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles) being built in the country. Each ROV will be installed with a co-housed Sonardyne SPRINT Inertial Navigation System (INS) and Syrinx Doppler Velocity Log (DVLs) to provide tightly coupled navigation data that will support a wide variety of survey and inspection missions in water depths up to 4,000 metres. The contract was announced on the opening day of the Seabed Mapping and Inspection conference which is taking place this week in Geilo, Norway (8th-10th February). The two ROVs are being built by IKM Technology, this time for delivery to IKM Subsea, who has contracted Innova to supply various on-board sensors, including the navigation system, as part of the vehicle’s development programme.
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