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Kongsberg Maritime - Oceanology International 2018: KONGSBERG Launches New Flexview Multibeam Sonar for Small Observation Class ROVs at Oi18
Press Releases • Mar 13, 2018 11:00 GMT
Kongsberg Mesotech is introducing the Flexview multibeam sonar at Oceanology International 2018. Representing KONGSBERG’s latest advancement in multibeam technology, the compact and light weight Flexview is designed specifically for small observation class ROVs.
Kongsberg Maritime - Oceanology International 2018: New GeoPulse Compact Digital Sub-Bottom Profiler Delivers High Performance With Class-Leading Low Power Consumption
Press Releases • Mar 13, 2018 10:30 GMT
Kongsberg Maritime is launching the sophisticated new ‘GeoPulse Compact’ Sub-Bottom Profiler system at Oceanology International 2018. Designed to deliver highly accurate data while using only 11% of the power requirements of previous generation systems, GeoPulse Compact will be available in two versions...
Press Releases • Mar 07, 2018 15:00 GMT
Kongsberg Maritime’s Oceanology International 2018 (Oi18) stand (D600) will be dedicated to the “Digital Ocean”, a concept that harmonises data flow and processing from the seabed to the office. The Digital Ocean is enabled by the combination of KONGSBERG’s leading underwater technology for the collection of data, the interconnectivity to distribute the data and the final digital...
Kongsberg Maritime: Higher Performance and New Functionality for Surveyors as KONGSBERG Releases New Generation Multibeam Echo Sounder
Press Releases • Dec 18, 2017 15:00 GMT
Kongsberg Maritime has released the EM 304, the third generation of its de facto industry standard 30 kHz Multibeam Echo Sounder System, which is used for high resolution seabed mapping from depths of 10 metres to beyond the continental rises – deeper than 8000 metres.
Kongsberg Maritime: Successful Summer of Sales for KONGSBERG GeoSwath 4 Shallow Water Multibeam System
Press Releases • Sep 18, 2017 14:30 BST
KONGSBERG has reported a strong summer of sales for its class-leading GeoSwath 4 shallow water multibeam system, an innovative echo sounder designed for diverse applications including contour mapping of lakes, rivers and estuaries and providing associated side scan imagery of the lake-bed conditions.
Press Releases • Aug 14, 2017 15:00 BST
The Canadian Coast Guard has chosen Kongsberg Maritime to provide high resolution EM 712 multibeam echo sounders to the Canadian Coast Guard’s medium icebreakers, CCGS PIERRE RADISSON and the CCGS DES GROSEILLIERS.
Press Releases • Jul 13, 2017 11:14 BST
The KONGSBERG 2017 Bathymetric Image Contest is now open for entries at http://www.kmcompetition.com/. All users of Kongsberg Maritime’s bathymetric systems, including the EM® family of single and multibeam echo sounders, the M3 sonar® and GeoSwath solutions are invited to submit their best images captured on these, and other current KONGSBERG systems.
Kongsberg Maritime - Ocean Business 2017: First Ever Complete KONGSBERG Survey Vessel Launches at Ocean Business
Press Releases • Apr 04, 2017 11:00 BST
The innovative new GeoSwath Compact Survey Vessel (CSV) is being shown for the first time at Ocean Business this week (located on the dockside). The first-ever KONGSBERG developed survey vessel integrates all the equipment needed to survey shallow coastal and inland waterways quickly.
Kongsberg Maritime: KONGSBERG Launches Next Generation GeoSwath Shallow Water Multibeam Echo Sounder
Press Releases • Nov 04, 2016 10:03 GMT
Kongsberg Maritime has launched GeoSwath 4, the fourth generation of its market-leading GeoSwath shallow water multibeam echo sounder. GeoSwath remains the most successful shallow multibeam of its type but now, after more than ten years of record breaking sales it has been brought up to date with new features, better software and improved performance.
Press Releases • Apr 13, 2016 10:30 BST
Time after time the search has been made, and time after time, they’ve all come back empty handed. However this week, Kongsberg Maritime Ltd, the UK division of Kongsberg Maritime, has achieved the unimaginable and uncovered the elusive Nessie. That is, the long lost model of Nessie which was used during filming of 1970’s “The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes”.