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.
Portable wide angle multibeam and co-registered side scan in a splash proof deck unit suitable for use in depths to 100m
The GeoSwath Plus phase measuring bathymetric sonar offers simultaneous swath bathymetry and side scan seabed mapping from a payload module readily integrated into a
NORBIT-Subsea manufacture wideband curved-array multibeam sonar sensors for bathymetry, NORBIT’s multi-sensing concept combines multiple integrated sensors int
The EM 2040C is a shallow water multibeam echosounder based on the EM 2040 technology, an ideal tool for any high resolution mapping and inspection applications.
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