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Seafloor Systems Signs International Distributor Agreement with Teledyne Marine

Shingle Springs, California, October 19, 2016—Seafloor Systems is pleased to announce their signed International Distributorship Agreement with Teledyne RESON and Teledyne BlueVew, business units of Teledyne Instruments, Inc. RESON manufactures the most advanced, industry leading SeaBat Multibeam Sonar systems.

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Survey Solutions: Combining High-Resolution Multibeam Sonar with an ASV

This article was published in the Hydrographic Survey Special Report, published in July 2016, by Marine Technology Reporter. Please click here for more articles.
 

A submerged dock lays off the Fort McHenry National Monument, in the Patapsco River, Baltimore MD—and a well-known marked hazard zone. The depth surrounding the object is navigable at depths greater than 30 feet. Just over the hazard, depths are only 5-8 feet, making it impossible for a traditional survey vessel to navigate.

We chose this particular location to demonstrate how an ultra-high resolution multibeam sonar can be used in conjunction with a small autonomous surface vehicle (ASV) to obtain a more complete survey of a complex and challenging area.  
     Image Left: Hazard area of a submerged dock.
     

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An Affordable Autonomous Solution for the Hydrographic Surveyor

Introducing the EchoBoat-ASV

The EchoBoat-ASV is a second-generation hydrographic vehicle designed to deliver autonomous technology to the hydrographic surveyor. With monohull constuction that includes an integral transducer well, the large payload survey platform brings diverse solutions at an affordable price to the surveyor and hydrographer alike.

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Figure 1 – EchoBoat-ASV and Multibeam Survey Data 
 

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