MTR100 '13: Applied Acoustics

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Applied Acoustics manufactures subsea positioning and USBL tracking systems, and seismic sub-bottom profiling systems for seabed geophysical surveys. Founded almost 25 years ago in the U.K., The company now supplies commercial companies and academic institutions throughout the world via a network of distributors and service centers. Major product launches this year alone include an evolutionary sparker with durable, long-life electrodes and a cost-effective positioning system for multiple, fixed subsea targets.
 

Marine House, Marine Park, Gapton Hall Road
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, U.K. NR31 0NB
Tel: +44 1493 440355
E-mail: sales@appliedacoustics.com
Website: www.appliedacoustics.com

CEO/President: Adam Darling
Employees: 45

(As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)


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