Survey Equipment

  • 3941 Park Drive Suite 20-218
    El Dorado Hills, Calif., U.S. 95762
    Tel: 530-677-1019
    Email: adam@seafloorsystems.com
    Website: www.seafloorsystems.com
    CEO/President: John Tamplin
    Number of Employees: 7

    Seafloor Systems, Inc. was formed in Portland, Oregon in 1999 by veteran Naval Hydrographer John Tamplin to provide hydrographic survey equipment and consulting to Survey companies in the Pacific Northwest. Since then, Seafloor Systems has expanded its business to provide hydrographic survey equipment rental, sales, and manufacturing to Geophysical and Hydrographic Survey companies worldwide. With a focus on customer support and service, and a company charter to provide cutting edge products and solutions at a compelling value and quality, Seafloor is a truly customer oriented corporation


    The Tech:

    Seafloor Systems provides custom hydrographic survey solutions integrating multibeam echosounder systems and state-of-the art position and orientation systems into a complete, turnkey product. Seafloor is also the developer of the popular Hydrolite-TM and Sonarmite MILSpec portable survey systems, featuring our unique all-digital, Bluetooth echosounder system for shallow water surveying and mapping.
     


    (As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)

  • 7 The Company Seafloor Systems, Inc. was formed in Portland, OR, in 1999 by veteran naval hydrographer John Tamplin to provide hydrographic survey equipment and consulting to survey companies in the Pacific Northwest. Specializing in geophysical survey equipment, Seafloor has built up the largest multibeam

  • in Louisiana, was delivered to Fugro in mid-March. The new vessel is designed to Fugro’s specifications, fitted with the latest geophysical survey equipment and houses some of the most advanced instrumentation in the field. Fugro Americas is optimized for working in the Gulf of Mexico, but is also

  • speed of 12 knots at 80 percent maximum continuous power and attaining a maximum speed of 14 knots. The smaller diesel is used alone when towing survey equipment at 4 to 6 knots. Three 350-kw diesel generators provide ship service power, with clean power provided through solid state power conditioners

  • .com CEO/President: John Tamplin    No. of Employees: 10    Annual Sales: $3m   Seafloor Systems, Inc. provides a full spectrum of hydrographic survey equipment, software, personnel, training and support—specializing in the geophysical sector—for survey companies worldwide. The company develops and manufactures

  • the latest state-of-the-art technology, which is handled and operated by its qualified personnel. ITs specialty is high resolution mapping. We have survey equipment from near shore to deep offshore and innovative techniques for UXO surveys, pipeline inspection and OOS surveys as well as hydrographic surveying

  • systems and services to the multifaceted marine industry, the Radio Holland Group (RHG)-Houston is now providing leasing, sales and service of survey equipment and sales. RHG was recently appointed exclusive U.S. commercial marine equipment sales and service representative for Honeywell-ELACNautick

  • Formed in 1999 by veteran U.S. Navy Hydrographer John Tamplin, Seafloor Systems provides a full spectrum of hydrographic survey equipment, software, personnel, training and support, specializing in the geophysical sector for survey companies worldwide. The firm designs and manufactures the HydroLite portable

  • , cruise speed of 18 knots, survey speed from two knots, fuel efficient to save operating costs, top-of-the-range echo sounding systems and ancillary survey equipment, deck that can take loads of up to one metric ton per square meter, and equipment including a Palfinger foldable knuckle crane.   (As published

  • boat, the Corps of Engineers was primarily concerned with the need for a spacious enclosed cabin to house and operate the state-ofthe- art survey equipment which was installed by the customer. The large enclosed cabin, offered as a standard with the MonArk 2610-C, allowed for installation of formica

  • t e d of allwelded marine alloy 5086 aluminum, was designed with special attention given to the hydrodynamic/ acoustic effects on the scientific survey equipment. Liberal use was made of sound-dampening materials and vibration absorbing mounts. The basic craft design is quite flexible, making it suitable

  • Kongsberg Maritime and Uniteam International are pursuing new clients by placing them directly on the ConCat Survey Catamaran, with the intent of delivering a first-hand experience of the innovative boat's capabilities. Demonstrations of the turnkey survey platform ConCat have now started across the U.

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