New Seabat Product Launch at Ocean Business 2013

Press Release
Thursday, April 04, 2013
Photo: Teledyne RESON

Teledyne RESON will launch new products at Ocean Business 2013, Southampton from April 8 onwards.

New SeaBat Generation Sonar Launch
Teledyne RESON is pleased to announce the release of a new product designed for the shallow water market. It is based on a new generation sonar receiver, roughly half the size of the SeaBat 7125 array, and a new Teledyne RESON Portable Sonar Processor.

Feature Pack 4
Teledyne RESON will also introduce Feature Pack 4, a new feature set for the industry leading SeaBat 7125 series, especially developed for the hydrographic and offshore markets. Teledyne RESON new features continue the tradition of enhancing data quality and productivity and securing our customers’ investment in the industry leading multibeam echosounder – the SeaBat 7125.

New features include Automated Pipeline Detection and Tracking as well as a new Multi-View SeaBat User Interface, providing simultaneous control of bathymetry, water coloumn, snippets and sidescan backscatter data.

More features will be revealed at Ocean Business.

www.teledyne-reson.com/products/seabat

 

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