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Sonardyne’s Ranger 2 USBL for MBARI’s state-of-the-art research ship

25 October 2022   US oceanographic research centre Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) has chosen deepwater positioning technology from Sonardyne for its new, state-of-the-art scientific flagship the R/V David Packard. The 50 m-long research vessel, named in honour of MBARI’s....

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Sonardyne welcomes customers to new Singapore base

23 September 2022   Marine technology company Sonardyne has officially opened its new South East Asia headquarters at Loyang Offshore Supply Base, Singapore. The three-storey facility, which has been completely remodelled and refitted to meet Sonardyne’s operational needs, has extensive offices....

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Sonardyne Ranger 2 acoustic tracking technology selected for new Irish research vessel

06 September 2022   Ireland's new state-of-the-art multi-purpose marine research vessel RV Tom Crean has entered service equipped with Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) underwater positioning technology from ocean science company Sonardyne. Delivered in July, the 52.8 m-long vessel delivers significantly enhanced capability to....

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Investment in Sonardyne’s PIES shows confidence in marine seismic market

30 August 2022   Marine technology company Sonardyne has seen an uplift in orders for its Pressure Inverted Echo Sounder (PIES) technology into the exploration and reservoir surveillance market in the first half of this year. The announcement was made on....

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UK Met Office selects Sonardyne acoustic releases for mooring weather buoys

26 July 2022   Acoustic release transponders from ocean science technology company Sonardyne have been chosen by the UK’s Met Office to secure its network of moored buoy Marine Automatic Weather Stations (MAWS) in the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Under....

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Asso Group chooses Sonardyne underwater guidance for its trenching fleet

21 June 2022   Submarine cable installation and repair specialist Asso Group has chosen underwater vehicle guidance technology from Sonardyne for its expanding trenching fleet. The company, based in Greece and with operations globally, will install Sonardyne’s subsea Lodestar attitude and....

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University of Plymouth and Sonardyne collaborate to advance development of marine monitoring technology

23 March 2022   The University of Plymouth and marine technology company Sonardyne have agreed a strategic partnership to drive innovation within the UK’s growing marine robotic and autonomous systems sector. The partnership will advance ocean data gathering technologies and....

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Sonardyne navigation and positioning technology helps locate Shackleton’s historic Endurance

09 March 2022   After more than 100 years lost more than 3,000 m underneath sea ice in the Antarctic’s Weddell Sea, the almost fully intact wreck of Ernest Shackleton’s Endurance has been found, supported with underwater navigation and positioning technology....

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MSubs and Sonardyne to collaborate on advancing autonomous naval platform capabilities

08 March 2022   Submersible manufacturer MSubs and marine robotics technology company Sonardyne have signed a strategic partnership to advance the capabilities of long endurance, autonomous underwater platforms for the UK defence sector. The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will see the two....

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Sonardyne’s to launch new products and services at Oceanology 2022

07 March 2022   Marine technology company Sonardyne will use next week’s Oceanology International exhibition and conference in London to present the first of its new products and services for 2022 targeted at answering operational challenges across energy, defence and science. On....

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Sonardyne launch wireless seabed unexploded ordnance disposal capability

15 February 2022   Marine technology company, Sonardyne, is aiming to improve the safety and efficiency of unexploded ordnance (UXO) clearance during offshore energy projects with the introduction of a secure, wireless underwater initiation capability. The company’s new Initiation Transponder 6 (IT....

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MSM Ocean and Sonardyne partner on tsunami early warning system

31 January 2022   Metocean and environmental data measurement specialist MSM Ocean and marine technology company Sonardyne have agreed to team-up on the supply of a complete solution for warning coastal communities of a tsunami. The two companies can now jointly provide....

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Sonardyne hybrid positioning chosen for vessels across energy and science

18 January 2022   Acoustic and inertial position reference systems from marine technology company Sonardyne have been chosen to underpin the critical station keeping activities of multiple deepwater vessels operating in the energy and ocean research sectors. Through a combination of upgrades....

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Advanced Acoustic Concepts selects Sonardyne for underwater target tracking

30 November 2021   Undersea weapon, sensors and integrated systems specialist Advanced Acoustic Concepts has chosen underwater positioning technology from maritime technology company Sonardyne to work for the US Department of Defense (DoD). Advanced Acoustic Concepts chose Sonardyne’s portable Micro-Ranger....

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UTEC deploys Sonardyne’s Fusion 2 to support offshore construction in Australia

23 November 2021   Combined long baseline (LBL) acoustic positioning and inertial navigation system (INS) software from energy technology company, Sonardyne, has helped to support the latest phase of an offshore project northwest Australia. The project is the first full use....

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Seatronics first to order Sonardyne’s new SPRINT-Nav Navigator for VALOR ROV

22 September 2021   Subsea technology specialist Seatronics has been announced as the first customer for Sonardyne’s new SPRINT-Nav Mini Navigator, launched just one week ago. Seatronics has purchased the technology, the world’s smallest hybrid acoustic-inertial navigation instrument, for its VALOR....

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Sonardyne’s Sentinel to help protect Middle Eastern Navy and critical national infrastructure

14 September 2021   Underwater intruder detection technology from maritime security specialist Sonardyne has been chosen to protect a string of naval facilities and critical national infrastructure in the Middle East. Sonardyne’s Sentinel Intruder Detection Sonar (IDS) will be deployed across a....

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Sonardyne adds flagship Navigator model to SPRINT-Nav Mini family

07 September 2021   Energy, defence and science marine technology company Sonardyne has introduced a range-topping model of its hybrid, underwater and surface vehicle navigation platform, SPRINT-Nav Mini. The new Navigator version, available to order from today, extends the capability of the....

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Sonardyne navigation for Kawasaki Heavy Industries’ SPICE AUV

22 July 2021   Kawasaki Heavy Industries’ (KHI) has chosen a suite of subsea navigation, positioning and communications technologies from marine energy, defence and science company Sonardyne to navigate, track and control its first commercial SPICE autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). The SPICE....

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Sonardyne BlueComm to stream ocean exploration missions live

13 July 2021   The world’s deepest diving acrylic hulled manned submersible is to be equipped with Sonardyne’s BlueComm optical communications link to allow live streaming of deep ocean expeditions anywhere in the world. The Triton 7500/3 series submersible will operate from....

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Sonardyne completes major Gulf loop current study using PIES

15 June 2021   Oceanographic instrumentation developed by Sonardyne to monitor ocean currents has been acquired by the University of Rhode Island following its successful use in a US$2 million project in the US Gulf of Mexico. The project, led by the....

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Sonardyne sets UK goal to reach net zero by the end of 2025

08 June 2021   Marine technology equipment supplier Sonardyne is aiming to become carbon neutral by the end of 2025, making it the first company of its type in the UK subsea industry to publicly announce such an ambitious target. The goal....

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Sonardyne and SeeByte advance UMS navigation and autonomy in challenging environments

02 June 2021   Maritime defence technology company Sonardyne and uncrewed maritime systems (UMS) software experts SeeByte have been awarded UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) funding to enhance and extend the future operational capability of autonomous and remotely operated....

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Sonardyne unveils ‘operate-anywhere’ portable shallow-water tracking system

25 May 2021   Energy, defence and science technology company Sonardyne has launched a new, entirely portable configuration of its shallow water Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) system Micro-Ranger 2. Everything needed to start tracking divers, remotely operated vehicles, autonomous underwater vehicles or....

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Sonardyne wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for unlocking the secrets of our restless sea floor

29 April 2021   A pioneering system developed by marine technology company Sonardyne to study ocean floor movement has been recognised with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation, the highest award a UK business can receive. Developed over more than a....

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Sonardyne’s Ranger 2 upgrade for US research vessel

20 April 2021   Sonardyne’s Ranger 2 Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) underwater tracking technology is to provide improved support to critical oceanographic work from the research vessel Atlantis, including science expeditions in the human occupied submersible Alvin. The most updated version of....

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Sonardyne delivers Fusion 2 remote operations first

16 March 2021   Underwater technology company Sonardyne has successfully provided remote Fusion 2 survey operations capability on a live subsea construction campaign in the US Gulf of Mexico. Using its new Remote Operations Access Module (ROAM), Sonardyne surveyors based in the....

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First at-scale deployment for Sonardyne self-calibrating Fetch AZA subsidence monitoring sensors

09 March 2021   A new breed of underwater sensor that is able to self-calibrate, enabling precise, long-duration subsidence monitoring at all depths, has been deployed at scale for the first time. The 20-plus Fetch Ambient-Zero-Ambient (AZA) pressure monitoring transponders (PMTs), developed....

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HydroSurv and Sonardyne to advance intelligent robotics-based seabed-to-shore data acquisition operations

23 February 2021   Uncrewed surface vehicle (USV) designer, builder and operator HydroSurv Unmanned Survey is joining forces with global marine technology specialist Sonardyne to develop and demonstrate transformative seabed-to-shore sensing and data acquisition technologies for offshore operations. Through a collaborative project,....

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Sonardyne’s SPRINT-Nav reaches new heights of capability

09 February 2021   Marine technology specialist Sonardyne has released a new high altitude variant of its market leading hybrid navigator SPRINT-Nav to allow uncrewed surface vessels (USVs) and underwater vehicles to extend their operational envelope. SPRINT-Nav tightly integrates a Sonardyne SPRINT....

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