L-3 Klein: SonarPro Available in Multiple Languages

SeaDiscovery.com
Monday, July 15, 2013

L-3 Klein Associates announced that L-3 Klein’s Side Scan Sonar data acquisition and display software, SonarPro, is now available in Chinese as well as English and Japanese languages. 

Klein’s SonarPro   which offers operator control, data acquisition, and display of both bathymetry and side scan data was developed for users and by users of Klein side scan sonar and bathymetry products.  Klein’s SonarPro has become the industry standard due to its ease of use, modularity and advanced sonar features.  



SonarPro  windows allow for:  data display, target management, navigation, data recording & playback, and sensor display. SonarPro allows for quick and easy survey setup, change in parameters, tolerances, monitors actual coverage and stores settings. SonarPro can be networked to permit real-time processing via a LAN including master/slave configurations. The standard of the industry is now available to non-English speaking operators.



L-3 Klein listened to the installed customer base and to potential customers who have expressed a need to have our SonarPro software work for Chinese speaking users with simplicity. Now available is a language selection button.   This latest change was incorporated for our Chinese customers and addresses the need to allow more flexibility in assigning side scan sonar operators.

 

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