FarSounder is pleased to announce that it has appointed Mackay Communications as their most recent dealership. Mackay Marine, a division of Mackay Communications, represents the world's leading manufacturers of electronic equipment in the marine and offshore industries.
FarSounder announced today that it has received a contract from the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) Hydrographic Office for the purchase of a FarSounder Sonar System. For this project the FS-3DT sonar system will be installed first on a temporary deployment vessel and later on a RAN Survey Motor Vessel for use in obstacle avoidance.
FarSounder is pleased to announce the issuance by the United States Patent and Trademark Office of a patent pertaining to its 3D Forward Looking Sonar as the latest expansion of its Intellectual Property Portfolio. The Company's founding engineers and technologists, Matthew J. Zimmerman and James H.
FarSounder announced today that it has appointed TOYO Corporation as the exclusive distributor of FarSounder products in Japan. TOYO Corporation is a publicly held company specializing in advanced measurement technologies.
The FarSounder team recently completed the Phase I Feasibility Study and Proof of Concept testing at Quonset Point, RI as part of their Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA) SBIR.
Providence-based FarSounder Inc. has been asked to submit proposals for the second phase of a project that could garner the marine navigation technology company Department of Homeland Security funding for its work.
FarSounder is pleased to announce that they have won first place for technology in the International Superyacht Technology and Innovation Awards (ISTIA) competition. The award was presented last week at SEAS2005 in Nice, France.
FarSounder has been awarded a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) contract to demonstrate the feasibility of a low cost 3D sonar system for underwater threat detection to enhance the nation's port security efforts. For this SBIR project FarSounder will develop the concept design at their Providence, Rhode Island facility.