We’re gearing up to reveal several new products in the pipeline at Ocean Business 2023 in Southampton, 18 -20 April.
While the implementation of our new Artificial Intelligence-powered data processing solution for GeoSwath 4 has been in the spotlight, we have also been working on technology developments across the entire GeoAcoustics portfolio.
Launched in 2015, the Pulsar towed Side Scan Sonar has remained unchanged ever since, though its original purpose as an agile solution for fast response incidents within the search and rescue context has expanded into a wide range of underwater inspection and investigation scenarios. Our R&D team has been hard at work to deliver a significant boost to its capabilities, which will arrive later this year.
Our GeoPulse range of Sub-Bottom Profilers will also be boosted with new generation capabilities designed to optimise their role as dependable solutions for acquiring precision data about the physical properties of the seafloor and below. We recently retired several variants after decades of serving diverse global customers, and are confident that our new developments in 2023 will ensure that the GeoPulse name continues to be associated with innovation and reliability when the upgraded models hit the market.
“Ocean Business 2023 will be an important milestone in our technology and product development roadmap,” said Richard Dowdeswell, General Manager, GeoAcoustics Ltd. “We’re looking forward to taking the wraps off several new products that will officially launch this year and showing the industry exactly what our R&D team has been up to since our return to being an independent company in 2020.”
We will be hosting a session as part of the Training and Demo program at Ocean Business covering the ‘Processing of Bathymetric Data Using AI’, as well as looking at the capabilities of our forthcoming Side Scan and Sub Bottom Profiler products.
It takes place in the Discovery Classroom between 1:00 and 2:00 pm on 18th April and will include additional information on the new product launches. Space is limited but you can sign up to join the session on our stand (H4) on Tuesday morning, or contact us in advance on firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.