Underwater Acoustic Network Protocols

  • EvoLogics extended its ranges of underwater acoustic modems (S2CR series) and combined positioning and communication devices (S2CR USBL series), with new products - the S2CR 42/65 and S2CR 42/65 USBL, high-speed devices with hemispherical beam patterns for transmissions in vertical, slant and horizontal channels. Both devices rely on the EvoLogics patented S2C (Sweep-Spread Carrier) broadband communication technology.
    • The SiNAPS (S2C intelligent Navigation and Positioning Software) was designed to control the EvoLogics USBL (ultrashort baseline) underwater positioning systems and provides display features for tracking of multiple targets, supports interfacing with external instruments and offers advanced data management tools. After releasing the SiNAPS software in 2012, EvoLogics updated it to a newer version in March 2013.
    • The S2C acoustic modem emulator is EvoLogics’ new tool for underwater network protocol developers and end-users of EvoLogics devices. A network of virtual underwater acoustic modems, configured and run on EvoLogics server, can be accessed remotely and provides framework for development and end-user training.
    • The underwater acoustic modem emulator extends the EvoLogics developer solutions range that already includes the WiSE (White Line Science Edition) line of underwater acoustic modems with an embedded network protocol development platform, providing a flexible framework for designing new network protocols on real hardware.
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  • Smart Sensor technology, as well as its new Aanderaa Real-Time Communication System,  marks a turning point in distributed instrumentation for underwater and atmospheric measurements of Hydro Acoustic, Electro-Optical, Electro-Chemical, Pressure, Temperature, Meteorological data in observing networks

  • Profiler Sensor Sensor as a stand-alone product as well as the SeaGuardII DCP with Dual Head , marks a turning point in distributed instrumentation for underwater measurements of Hydro Acoustic, Electro-Optical, Electro-Chemical, Pressure, Temperature, Meteorological data in observing networks and self-contained

  • Founded in 2000 by a group of international scientists and R&D experts, German high-tech enterprise EvoLogics GmbH specializes in underwater acoustic communications, acoustic positioning equipment and innovative solutions for robotics. The Berlin-based company says its mission is to develop innovative

  • (508) 291-0057 E-mail: info@edgetech.com Website: www.edgetech.com CEO/President: R. Jablonski   Employees: 100   EdgeTech is a leader in underwater technology solutions including: side scan sonars, sub-bottom profilers, bathymetry systems, AUV and ROV-based sonar systems, combined and customized

  • for maritime and offshore industries through interdisciplinary cooperation between engineering and life sciences. The company designs and manufactures underwater information and communication systems based on bionic concepts, combining state-of-the-art engineering with the best ideas found in nature. Advanced

  • for maritime and offshore industries through interdisciplinary cooperation between engineering and life sciences. The company designs and manufactures underwater information and communication systems based on bionic concepts, combining state-of-the-art engineering with the best ideas found in nature. Advanced

  • Underwater vehicles communicate, make decisions, and work as a teamThe NATO Center for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE) in La Spezia, Italy, is combining smarts and muscle to solve a complex warfighting challenge: finding and destroying mines in the murky waters of the littoral.CMRE has developed

  • categories: Acoustic Positioning - Sonardyne’s USBL, LBL and LUSBL systems are operational in every deepwater development, helping to precisely navigate underwater vehicles, install subsea structures and position multiple surface vessels. Sonardyne’s sixth generation (6G) platform uses ultra-wide bandwidth acoustic

  • Kebkal Snr. Operations Mgr:    Francisco Bustamante Engeneering Director    Sergey Yakovlev # Of Employees    25   EvoLogics GmbH develops underwater information and communication systems based on bionic concepts, combining cutting edge engineering with the best ideas found in nature. The advanced

  • this year, and we’ll do it again in 2019.  We’ve participated in Dynamic Monarch, a distressed submarine exercise where we were able to use our digital underwater communications protocol to chat with the submarine that was playing the distressed submarine.  Instead of trying to understand the garbled underwater

  • 508 291 0057 E: info@edgetech.com W: www.edgetech.com CEO/President: R. Jablonski Number Of Employees:  100 The Case: EdgeTech is a manufacturer of underwater technology solutions known for its: side scan sonars, sub-bottom profilers, bathymetry systems, AUV and ROV-based sonar systems, USBL systems, transponder

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