Multibeam Echosounders are a type of sonar that is used to map the seafloor. Like other sonar systems, multibeam systems emit sound waves in a fan shape beneath a ship's hull. The amount of time it takes for the sound waves to bounce off the seabed and return to a receiver is used to determine water depth.
The EM 712 multibeam echo sounder is Kongsberg Maritime's second generation high to very high resolution seabed mapping system capable of meeting all relevant survey
Our EM 302 multibeam echo sounder is designed to map almost all of the ocean floors excepting the deep trenches with an unsurpassed resolution and accuracy.
Portable wide angle multibeam and co-registered side scan in a splash proof deck unit suitable for use in depths to 100m
GeoSwath USV offers efficient simultaneous swath bathymetry and side scan mapping from an unmanned surface vehicle. The market leading wide swath sonar system has be
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