What multibeam sonar is most suited to your needs?
Our portfolio is simple to understand: it is comprised of four multibeam echosounders. Each of them is characterized by unique beamwidths and sounding depths, which makes it easy to choose the right system to meet your requirements for resolution and water depth. You can also customize your multibeam sonar with up to eight technical modes.
Elegantly simple while technologically advanced portfolio. Four multibeam sonars differentiated by beamwidth and range.View All Multibeam Sonars
Sonic series can easily be integrated in all types of platforms
Dredgers must perform surveys in advance of any project to determine its size and scope. Multibeam echosounders are critical for evaluating the consistency of the river or seabed floor, and determining its mix of types of sediment.
Quay Walls / Vertical Structures
Quay wall and vertical structures must be planned and evaluated as they are built, inspected upon completion, and must undergo regular inspection and preventive maintenance.
Pipelines must be planned and evaluated as they are being installed, inspected upon completion, and undergo regular inspection, preventive maintenance, and any repair projects.
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Insights, tips, recommendations and training… Everything you need to know to optimize and be successful with your multibeam survey
2009Sonic 2024 & SIM
2012TruePix™ & Water Column & UHR
2014SIMINS & I2NS
2016UHR for Sonic 2020
2017UHD & Multifrequency
Port of London Authority (PLA)R2Sonic customer service provides confidence and peace of mind
Bottom CharacterizationR2Sonic multifrequency mode has become critical for bottom characterization research, and R2Sonic has made it easier on scientists by lending multibeam for free
R2Sonic ChallengesAt R2Sonic, we don’t just build the best multibeam sonar, we are dedicated to finding new underwater mapping capabilities and constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation.
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