FarSounder, Inc. welcomes E3 Systems France and E3 Systems Spain as Dealers

FarSounder, Inc., a provider of innovative 3D Forward Looking Marine Sonar Systems, is pleased to announce the addition of E3 Systems France and E3 Systems Spain as dealers for FarSounder's FS-3 Family of navigation and obstacle avoidance sonars.

"As requests for our systems from European based customers are increasing, we have looked to take on quality dealers who can service the needs of super yacht customers", said FarSounder CEO, Cheryl M. Zimmerman, "The demand for both new build and retrofit projects requires integrators who can work where these customers are based, and E3 Systems has the facilities and expertise to meet their needs".

E3 Systems Spain is based in Palma de Mallorca, the super yacht "gateway to the Mediterranean", and E3 Systems France, is based in Antibes, the center of the French super yacht locations on the Riviera. As part of E3 Group of Mallorca, Baleares, Spain, the companies provide technical sales and operations across the complete spectrum of technologies in use on super yachts. They provide high quality electronic design, refit, repair and support services for luxury yachts, homes, ports and marinas.

Used for obstacle avoidance and shallow water navigation, FarSounder FS-3 sonars are capable of generating a complete 3-dimensional image of the sea floor and in-water objects at navigationally significant ranges with a single ping. The small, lightweight sonar can be installed on new-builds or retrofitted into existing vessels. This new sonar technology revolutionizes marine navigation, especially in shallow areas. These systems overcome traditional shallow water sonar limitations such as multi-path. They offer visualization of a clear, easy to understand 3D sonar image. The standard user interface software includes automated alarms, BSB chart plotting capabilities, and GPS, compass, and depth sounder display capabilities. Versions of the sonars can also be used on submarines, remotely operated vehicles (ROV) or autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV). The technology is also appropriate for security and defense applications.