GeoSwath 4R Multibeam echosounder, Shallow water, Compact
GeoSwath 4R offers very efficient simultaneous swath bathymetry and side scan seabed mapping for small vessels. Accuracies have been shown to exceed the IHO standards for hydrographic surveys.
- Ultra high resolution swath bathymetry
- IHO SP-44, special order
- Co-registered geo-referenced side scan
- Frequency versions: 125, 250, 500 kHz
- Up to 12 times water depth coverage
- 240º view angle
- Compact splash proof deck unit
- 24 V power supply, 40 W
- Operation from laptop PC
- Dual transducer wet end
- Full software solution included: data acquisition, processing, presentation
- Interfaces to all customary peripheral sensors
- Touch screen control
- Range of transducer mounts, including underwater housing for peripheral sensors
- Cost effective frequency upgrades
- Range of cable options
- GeoTexture Side Scan Sediment Classification software
- Special rates on third party software
The GeoSwath 4R turn-key solution comprises a dual transducer head and a splash protected deck unit containing the complete sonar electronics, which can be interfaced via an Ethernet connection to the control laptop PC running the GeoSwath Plus survey software suite.
Dual Transducer wet end
The compact dual transducer sonar head assemblies are available in three frequency versions, 125, 250 and 500 kHz.
The compact splash protected housing contains the complete system electronics. All peripheral sensors (position, motion, heading, transducer face sound velocity, sound velocity profiler and tide) are interfaced directly via IP66 rated connections.
Operating on Windows the GS+ software package provides a complete project based solution, including control, acquisition, storing and editing of sonar and ancillary data, grid-based patch test calibration, data processing with audit trail, advanced bathymetry data gridding and side scan mosaicing, data visualisation including 3D fly-through capability. Depending on the survey situation full online data processing can be performed or the operation can be limited to basic acquisition start and stop commands.