Here are a selection of press releases from FarSounder.

August 12, 2020
Quality Positioning Services (QPS), the experts in maritime geomatics software and services, has integrated FarSounder’s Argos Forward Looking Sonars (FLS) into their Qinsy survey software package.
July 22, 2020
FarSounder’s Argos 500 Forward Looking Sonar system is set to be fitted on the
June 17, 2020
FarSounder has been selected as a subcontractor on a research and development project led by GMATEK Inc.
April 16, 2020
FarSounder is pleased to announce Ulstein Belga Marine headquartered in Centro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as its newest dealer and their first in Brazil.
January 23, 2020
FarSounder has expanded their IP portfolio with the issuance of their 5th US Patent, number 20150369908. The company is the manufacturer of innovative forward-looking sonar systems. 
October 27, 2019
FarSounder is proud to debut a new sonar and a new name for its series of 3D forward-looking navigation sonars. With the company's continued growth and focus on research and development,it was time to give the series a name and offer more alternatives. The new name is the Argos series and are now 3 models in the series.
September 24, 2019
FarSounder is increasing its navigation sonars’ capabilities by broadening the field of view to up to 120 degrees. Their series of forward looking sonars currently provide users a 90 degree field of view out to 500m and 60 degree field of view out to 1000m.
FarSounder is pleased to announce the release of its new brochure: Advanced Underwater Solutions. This full-color brochure is designed to help inform those in military, government, research, and survey sectors, among others, about FarSounder’s 3D Sonar systems.
July 30, 2019
FarSounder’s Forward-Looking Sonar (FLS) is the latest in innovative maritime technology to be included on the Royal Netherlands Navy’s (RNLN) hydrographic survey vessels, the HNLMS Snellius (A802) and HNLMS Luymes (A803).
June 26, 2019
FarSounder is pleased to announce a collaborative research project using an application of its 3D sonar technology to increase sustainability and benefit the commercial fishing industry. The main focus of the project is to assess pelagic fish species such as menhaden and herring.