FarSounder Previews its New Navigation Sonars

Press Release
Friday, July 13, 2012
Image courtesy of FarSounder

FarSounder will announce its next generation navigation sonar which has many new features at the upcoming Monaco Boat Show

The new models will have longer detection ranges, in-water tracking for improved image stability, and chart overlay of sonar targets.

Over the past few years, the FarSounder team has been developing the next generation of its navigation sonars. These improvements include both a complete redesign of the Transducer Module electronics and cutting edge sonar signal processing.

FarSounder adds that since January 2012, all of the Transducer Modules shipped have had the newest generation of electronics inside and are eligible for a free software upgrade to the upcoming capabilities once the new products are released.

FarSounder products provide real-time imagery of what's ahead with a forward-looking system useful for both navigation and security purposes. FarSounder navigation systems detect sand, rock, ice, coral, and whales.


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