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Reson sonar systems on show at UDT in France

Reson : 15 April, 2009  (New Product)
Multi-beam sonar systems for maritime security to be demonstrated by Reson at the Undersea Defence Technology exhibition in Cannes
Danish company, Reson, a manufacturer of high quality underwater acoustic sensors, echosounders, multi-beam sonar systems, transducers & hydrophones, will be exhibiting their next generation waterside security sonar systems at the forthcoming UDT 2009 - Undersea Defence Technology in Cannes, France in June 2009.

Resons Waterside Security Systems are based on their next generation 7k architecture, which gives them the advantage of being interchangeable, sharing a common data format, and a common user interface.

The SeaBat 7128 forward-looking sonar system provides detection and high- resolution images of intruders, allowing rapid and accurate classification. It operates at 200 or 400 Hz and illuminates a 128-degree horizontal sector.

The SeaBat 7112 can detect intruders at ranges of up to 700 meters, and can be used with equal effect being installed on a vessel mounted pole, hoist or wince; to be used as a portable force protection sonar. It operates at 100kHz and offers 360-degree horizontal coverage.

The SeaBat 7111 is a low cost solution to both fixed and mobile waterside security systems and is primarily used for intruder detection operations. It operates at 100kHz and illuminates a horizontal sector of up to 210 degrees.

Michael Giese, Global Marketing Manager of Reson, said 'We have participated at UDT Europe as long as I remember, and we are looking forward to showing our wide capability of waterside security and force protection products to our existing, and potential customers.'

You will find Reson on Stand No: 149, Undersea Defence Technology 2009, UDT Europe, Cannes, France from 9th to 11th June 2009
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