Evologics

We are extremely pleased to announce that Swale Technologies is now the official representative for EvoLogics underwater acoustic products. These include Modems, LBL and USBL positioning systems and a unique Release module. Please contact us to discuss your application.

1)     No deck-box required – can be controlled from Laptop computer directly or via ship’s LAN.
2)     Unique duplex transmission algorithm – S2C (Sweep Spread Carrier) for high performance in difficult environments
3)     Up to 4 serial inputs for sensor integration.
4)     Self-adaptive protocol to maintain highest data bit-rate possible
5)     Point to point, Network and Mesh modes
6)     Integration of GPS and AHRS (for positioning systems)
7)     Wide range of options and sizes.
8)     Up to 6000m depth rating and 8000m range.
9)     Flexible technology can be used for acoustic modems, LBL, USBL and control of a release module.
10)  Options include: Wake-up module, Power Switch, Atomic clock, Optical coupler, Flotation collar, Release module, Remote (cabled) transducer, Pressure sensor, Emulator box, OEM integration

EvoLogics overview  –  Acoustic Modems  –  USBL  –  LBL  –  Release Module
 

Presentation at MCCE

In September we exhibited at the Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering exhibition at London Excel where Philip Gibbs gave a 30 minute talk on survey applications of unmanned autonomous boats. You can download a low resolution version (its still 71MB!) here Swale USV boats-MCCE-Sept17.

Try going to the PUB

Deploying instruments in the water that you want to retrieve but don’t want to advertise them with a surface presence? Try going to the PUB (MSI Pop-Up Buoy, that is). Mooring Systems Inc have now made the original available with the new R500 acoustic release from Teledyne Benthos. This has improved battery life and status reporting as well as being controllable from a low cost deck-box.
MSI have also introduced the PUB-deep, with a canister capacity of 500m of rope (so deployable to 330m with 50% line allowance for current drag). You can find the new data sheet here: