Here are a selection of press releases from FarSounder.

FarSounder's breakthrough in marine navigation will be discussed by Founder and Vice President of Engineering, Matt Zimmerman.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. James H. Miller, Chairman and Chief Scientist of FarSounder, is co-author on a new report published by the National Academy of Sciences entitled Ocean Noise and Marine Mammals. In brief, this report notes that intense low frequency noise sources may be harmful to marine mammals.
FarSounder is pleases to announce its new distributors and sales agents: Offshore Marine Consultants and International Industries, Inc. For information about becoming a sales agent or distributor please contact Jim Fee at 401-784-6700.
FarSounder is pleased to announce its presence at Oceanology International Americas 2003. FarSounder will be sharing booth 229 with Materials Systems Inc. Please stop by to see the new FS-3 forward-looking sonar and to learn more about our technology.
FarSounder is pleased to announce its presence the 2003 International Workboat Show. Please visit us at booth 2725 to see the new FS-3 forward-looking sonar and to learn more about our technology.
FarSounder, Inc. has moved to a new Corporate Headquarters located at 95 Hathaway Center, Suite 5, Providence, R.I. 02907. The newly renovated offices within the historic mill building reflect FarSounder's creative culture in the design and marketing of 3-D, real-time, sonar technology.
FarSounder is excited to announce that in-water demonstrations with their 5th generation development system (codename: BELUGA) have begun. Customers or Investors interested in demonstrations should contact Cheryl Zimmerman at 401-788-3625 or via email at
The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWCDIVNPT) recently signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with Farsounder, Inc., a small business in Narragansett, RI, to develop a line of high-frequency forward-looking obstacle avoidance and bottom-mapping phased-array sonars for commercial and recreational vessels.