Subsea Navigation & Positioning

The EasyTrack Alpha Portable

Positioning Beacons Brochure

Easytrak Lite

USBLs, Beacons and Sub Bottom Profilers

ROMOR has sold and serviced subsea acoustic technology since the 80's. We feature Applied Acoustics because the company manufactures some of the most reliable mid range products in the industry.


USBLs

EasyTrak Nexus350px Applied Acoustic has 5 USBL Systems under the EasyTrak name. All of these systems include:

  • All operational equipment, hardware and software
  • Integral pitch, roll and heading sensors to compensate for vessel movement
  • GPS receiving software
  • Robust, lightweight enclosures
  • Intuitive control software, bringing the confidence of professional USBL systems to a wide operator base.

Four commercial versions of the system are available; the rack-mount, vessel based Nexus and Lite, the compact Alpha and Alpha Portable that have a display screen and keyboard housed in a marine grade splash-proof enclosure.

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Positioning Beacons

Every beacon Applied Acoustic's manufactures has been designed to be immediately compatible with almost all industry standard tracking systems operating worldwide.

  • positioning beacons350pxMicro Beacons: Small sized, ideal for divers, short ranges and small ROV’s
  • Mini Beacons: ‘Work-horse’ beacons for towfish and ROV tracking, often used by divers too
  • Midi Beacons: High powered, but compact. Used for long range towfish tracking and AUV positioning
  • Fat Boy Beacons: Ideal for deep water ROV’s and AUV’s
  • Low Frequency Beacons: Long range, deep water applications
  • Seabed Beacons: Large battery capacity for long term deployment often used as reference markers
Positioning Beacons Spec Sheet

 

Sub Bottom Profiling

Applied Acoustics manufactures a variety of sub-bottom profiling systems to accommodate different challenges such as coastal or deep waters, soft sediment or harder rock. A typical sub-bottom profiling system will consist of:

  • sub bottom profiler350pxEnergy Source
  • Sound Source
  • High Voltage Cable
  • Hydrophones
  • Acquisition system

Sub-bottom profiling systems from Applied Acoustics use the technique of Reflection Seismology to create a 2D picture of the geology beneath the seabed. This technology requires a controlled seismic source of energy (a CSP unit) connected by high voltage cable to a sound source (boomer or sparker) that transfers the energy through the water to penetrate the seabed.

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