MTR100 '13 EdgeTech

Marine Technology Reporter
Tuesday, September 24, 2013

4 Little Brook Rd W. Wareham, Mass., U.S. 02576
 Tel: (508) 291-0057
E-mail: info@edgetech.com
Website: www.edgetech.com

CEO/President: R. Jablonski
  Employees: 100

 

EdgeTech is a leader in underwater technology solutions including: side scan sonars, sub-bottom profilers, bathymetry systems, AUV and ROV-based sonar systems, combined and customized solutions. Additionally, EdgeTech provides reliable USBL systems, transponder beacons, acoustic releases, MRUs and customized underwater acoustic command and control systems. The company is known worldwide and has been in business for more than 45 years.

The Company:

EdgeTech designs, manufactures, sells and supports a variety of standard and engineered-to-order underwater sonar systems including side scan sonars, sub-bottom profilers, bathymetric, combined and modular systems. The systems are available in a range of configurations for towed, deep towed, AUV, ROV, ROTV and custom platforms providing clearly superior underwater imaging. Additionally, EdgeTech provides highly advanced and reliable USBL acoustic tracking and positioning systems, transponder beacons, deep sea acoustic releases, shallow water and long life acoustic releases, motion reference units (MRU), underwater acoustic command and control systems and custom-engineered acoustic products. With its worldwide network, EdgeTech serves and services customers including the U.S. Navy, foreign navies, survey firms and the oil & gas industry on every continent. The company employs more than 90 people between two locations in Wareham, Massachusetts and Boca Raton, Florida. EdgeTech has extensive in-house testing facilities including a test pool, acoustic test tank, pressure test chamber and two company research vessels for sea trials.
 


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

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