FarSounder is pleased to announce the release of its new brochure: Advanced Underwater Solutions. This full-color brochure is designed to help inform those in military, government, research, and survey sectors, among others, about FarSounder’s 3D Sonar systems. It lays out how the system can help these vessels perform their missions efficiently and safely as they navigate the lesser charted areas of the world’s oceans.
Advanced Underwater Solutions consists of four informative pages that include an array of vivid images. The brochure not only features information about FarSounder’s innovative forward-looking sonar (FLS), it also features a breakdown of the system’s capabilities. It is also important to note the overarching technical specifications are listed in an easy-to-read grid on the back.
From the Local History Mapping™ (LHM) application, to real-time, 3D data of what lies ahead of the vessel underwater, FarSounder is proud of its user-friendly technology with many applications. Providing this informational tool featuring its abilities to the military, rescue, autonomous, survey, research, and government sectors is important for growth in these markets.
A PDF of FarSounder’s Advanced Underwater Solutions Brochure is available upon request.
FarSounder, Inc. is a U.S. based high technology marine electronics manufacturer specializing in underwater acoustics. With unique patented technology, the company has a global customer base of commercial, government, and private sector users. The company is the recognized leader in real time 3D sonar systems and has been selling its flagship navigation and obstacle avoidance systems since 2004. FarSounder’s product lines include its Ship Protection System, which followed years of both IR&D and U.S. government funded research. The 2015 Tibbetts Award winning FarSounder Ship Protection System is for those owner/operators who demand the best solutions for assuring the safety of their passengers and crew. The system provides detection, classification, and alarms of underwater threats. Portside, platform, and shore based systems are also available for waterfront security.