Raytheon Company has completed delivery of its latest Modular Scalable Sonar System (MS3), the fifth-generation hull-mounted sonar system, for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)'s Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous TrailUnmanned Vessel (ACTUV) program. The delivery is a culmination of efforts under a subcontract from Leidos, Inc., whose prototype trimaran is designed to serve as the program's unmanned vehicle.
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC)*, a committed leader that collaborates with technology companies to create breakthrough designs, today announced the launch of two new optical coupled isolation amplifiers with a delta-sigma AD converter.
Texas Instruments (TI) today introduced a low-power smart amplifier that allows designers to develop next-generation smartphones with industry-leading audio quality at peak volumes while maximizing battery efficiency.
Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd., today announced a new line of CHIRP transducers designed to provide fishermen the best performance from scanning and CHIRP sonar transducers.
A leading developer of technology that uses ultrasound to create tactile sensations in mid-air has been awarded £10.1 million to grow its business globally.
Inductosense, a spin-out from the Ultrasonics and Non-Destructive Testing Group at the University of Bristol, is one of the first businesses in the UK to secure funding through a new programme designed to move ideas and innovation out of universities and into the marketplace.
CGG announced today that Sercel has launched GeoTag, the acoustic positioning solution of choice for seabed seismic acquisition. GeoTag can be used to accurately position all types of Ocean Bottom Cable (OBC), Ocean Bottom Node and Transition Zone cable systems for seabed seismic surveys in water depths down to 500 meters.
Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd., today announced that its popular Panoptix all-seeing sonar technology is now available with a thru-hull mounting installation, an ideal sonar solution for coastal fishermen with larger boats.
Analogic Corporation, enabling the world's medical imaging and aviation security technology, today announced the launch of the bk5000™ Ultrasound System, the newest addition to its flagship BK Ultrasound brand products.
DAS technology involves the use of optoelectronic devices to detect acoustic energy by employing an optical fiber which functions as a sensing element. The technology has the capability to detect the change, pinpoint the location of the disturbance, and identify its nature. This enables the detection of the cause of the disturbance even if the event causing the disturbance is not in direct contact with the fiber optic cable. This technology is being used for a number of applications across verticals such as military, infrastructure, oil & gas, and transportation.