Greenland Climate Research Centre invests in Teledyne RESON MBES

21 November 2017

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Teledyne RESON has announced that the Greenland Climate Research Centre will take delivery of a SeaBat T50-R Extended Range high-resolution multibeam sonar in early 2018. The system will be hull-mounted on R/V Sanna

R/V Sanna operates as a research vessel on the West Greenland coast, collecting valuable data about Greenland's marine resources and oceanographic environment.

The Greenland Climate Research Centre is a part of Greenland Institute of Natural Resources, and the researchers will utilise the Seabat T50-R ER capabilities to map seabed topography and marine habitats in the 200-800m deep waters of the Greenland shelf.

The SeaBat T50-R Extended Range builds on the SeaBat T-series, which is designed with highly-configurable and modular system components. It is designed to enable customers to operate in deeper waters without compromising data quality. 

Teledyne RESON
Unit 1, Tern Place
Bridge of Don
AB23 8JX
T: +44 1224 709900
F: +44 1224 709910


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