The SEAEXPLORER moves through water by varying its buoyancy, allowing it to achieve long-term performance and stealth performance. He regularly returns to the surface to transmit information to the operator, in particular his position, the mission in progress, etc.
A18-S is the 3D image sonar configuration of the A18 autonomous underwater vehicle of the ECA Group. This AUV is designed to develop precision 3D inspections of the seabed. It is deployed from a surface vessel and an LARS allowing automatic recovery can be used. The vehicle operates autonomously at depths of 300 meters with 21 hours of battery life and is easy to transport by plane.
A9-S is the portable configuration of the A9 autonomous underwater vehicle
The ARC Explorer Mk II is the latest generation of Marine Sonic, dual frequency towed side scan sonar designed for search, reconnaissance and recovery applications.
A18-D is the mid-size autonomous underwater vehicle of the ECA, AUV group for deep water applications. It is dedicated to the precise exploration of the seabed in 3D. It performs autonomous missions from a depth of 3000 m for up to 21 hours and is easy to transport by plane for missions abroad. This system can be delivered with an LARS which enables automatic underwater recovery and Triton Imaging software applications for further data processing.
A9-E is the configuration of the autonomous autonomous vehicle A9 of the ECA group, AUV, for environmental monitoring. In addition to acquiring images of the seabed, it will record bathymetric data as well as environmental information such as water turbidity, conductivity, temperature, fluorescence, dissolved oxygen or pH. Mission planning and tracking is done through user-friendly software that lets you track the vehicle at all times during your mission.
NAVIGATOR: Sonar navigation and imaging system for diver
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The ATT-400 transponder can operate underwater as a pinger or transponder. This underwater acoustic transponder is small and easy to deploy in depths of 1000m. When interrogated by the STI-350, DTI-300 or VADR series acoustic receivers, the ATT-400 provides range and bearing up to 750 meters away. The ATT-400 can also be programmed to operate as a free-running pinger. With a battery life of up to six months, this transponder is ideal for marking equipment and locations in poor visibility.
This underwater beacon is a cost effective free-running pinger used for marking equipment and underwater sites to depths of 1,200m. Using a single 9-volt battery, the ULB-350 can send a continuous acoustic signal for up to 60 days or on a programmed time delay for up to three months.
This small and rugged handheld diver acoustic receiver with LCD display and signal strength meter can track and locate any acoustic pinger that operates between 5 to 80 kHz.
The PRS-275 is a diver pinger receiver that can be converted to surface pinger receiver using a separate directional hydrophone and user adjustable staff assembly. The system includes the DPR-275 diver pinger receiver, waterproof headset, adjustable staff assembly with directional hydrophone, cable assembly, and shipping container.
INTRUDER DETECTION SONAR: SENTINEL
ULB-364 GENERAL PURPOSE ACOUSTIC BEACON
VADR-6000M ACOUSTIC RECEIVER FOR UNDERWATER VEHICLES
ACOUSTIC RECEIVER FOR DIVER DTI-300A
The HAMMERHEAD is a vehicle platform featuring extremely light corrugated instrumentation and designed to be towed with a wide variety of data collection instruments. This is the improved evolution of the ROTV MiniBat FC60.
Sound Metrics image sonars transmit sound pulses and convert the returns to digital images, much like medical ultrasound. The big advantage is that they allow you to "see" what is happening in waters where visibility is zero, with total darkness and cloudy water.
DARS – DIVER ASSET RECOVERY SYSTEMS