Sonardyne Showcases New 6G Technology

April 7, 2010 at 9:54 pm Leave a comment

Sonardyne International introduced its new 6G® (Sixth Generation) hardware platform at the Oceanology International exhibition in London. The ultra-wide bandwidth signal architecture built into the new 6G systems provides exceptional subsea navigation, communications and inertial positioning performance, making Sonardyne acoustic systems faster, easier to set up and operate, and more robust even in the most challenging subsea operating environments.

“Even though we only launched 6G at the beginning of March, the equipment has already proven itself offshore and showed outstanding performance during the live in-water demonstrations we held in the dock during Oceanology,” said Regional Sales Manager Barry Cairns. “The data we’ve been able to show customers clearly demonstrates how the features built into 6G will improve the efficiency of their field development projects, reduce vessel time and generate cost savings.”

During the next few weeks, Sonardyne is taking its 6G demonstration roadshow to Europe, the Gulf of Mexico and Southeast Asia.

www.sonardyne.co.uk

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