R2Sonic’s proprietary, revolutionary Multifrequency mode and TruePix™ technologies give researchers the differentiated data they need for these specific types of research queries.
R2Sonic manufactures the only MBES capable of surveying at multiple frequencies (up to 5) in one pass and with one MBES system.
See how universities and research centers are using R2Sonic to revolutionize their industry.
Dr. Craig Brown, pioneer in testing the multifrequency mode for bottom characterization research
University of Otago
How New Zealand’s University of Otago is realizing the benefits of the Sonic 2026
The Vagabond Cruise Part I
Uncovering underwater insights off Ellesmere Island with the Sonic 2026
The Vagabond Cruise Part II
Combining climate change research and crowd-sourced bathymetry
See how R2Sonic and Universities work together
R2Sonic Multibeam Echosounders
“Our experience with the Multibeam Echosounder was amazing, the survey provided unique information about the bottom of the dam of Itaipu, the system remained stable and reliable at all times and it’s been providing exceptional data.”— Ana Carolina Gossen, Itaipu Binacional, Paraguay
“We have used the Sonic 2024 for surveying a rocky slope in the port of Brest, for which reference terrestrial laser scanner data is available. We found the Sonic 2024 returned exceptionally clean data, even on difficult seabed such as dumped rocks. We think this system will dramatically decrease the data cleaning effort for digital terrain models production”— Nathalie Debese, ENSIET, France
“The Sonic 2022 is user friendly and provides flexible integration with ancillary sensors and software; coupled with high quality bathymetric output, this system provides a very robust solution for all hydrographic applications across its operating spectrum.”— Michel C. Goguen, Canadian Hydrographic Service, Central & Artic Region, Canada