Our Academic Discount Partnership - or ADP - recognizes important work undertaken by academic and oceanographic institutions like yours in furthering our understanding of the oceans. How? By making sure you have access to the best available underwater technology at prices not available to the commercial or defense sector. No catches. No surprises. Just cheaper.
Kim Swords is our Houston-based Senior Applications Engineer for Ocean Science. Why not get in touch with her to discuss your next project and what discount you can qualify for?
From the littoral zone, to the deepest oceans on Earth, Sonardyne technology is at work with organizations like yours, helping to maximise science time and collect top quality data.
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In the time that our ADP scheme has been running, we’ve offered discounts to qualifying organizations totalling more than $3 million. How much could you save on your next program?
Marine science expeditions are changing - safer, greener, more efficient. Whatever equipment you’re deploying in the water, and from whatever platform - manned or autonomous - we have the tools to communicate with it, position it, navigate it and recover it.
David Chadwell, Research Geophysicist at the Marine Physics Laboratory at Scripps is using Fetch AZAs to study plate tectonics. He says, “Seafloor geodesy is poised to be transformative. It will allow for a broad community of existing and next-generation earth scientists to study active deformation on the seafloor.”
MBARI’s deep-rated remotely operated vehicles Ventana and Doc Ricketts use Ranger 2 USBL and SPRINT INS to improve the accuracy, precision and integrity of positioning in water depths up to 13,000 feet. This helps strengthen the value of the observations and data gathered.”
The Canadian Scientific Submersible Facility (CSSF) uses Syrinx DVL to help navigate ROPOS, a Work-class ROV. Speaking in 2016 after the first mission, Vincent Auger, IT and Navigation Manager at CSSF said, “Syrinx coped with the challenge very well and demonstrated reliable bottom lock throughout the mission.”
The University of Rhode Island are monitoring disruptive loop currents in the Gulf of Mexico using PIES. Program Director, Professor Kathleen Donohue, says, “Sonardyne’s technical expertise in underwater acoustics, signal processing, hardware design and custom engineering are key components of the instrumentation being deployed in this project.”
Just because you’ve qualified for the ADP scheme, doesn’t mean we treat you any differently to our commercial, defense and industrial clients. That means expert application advice, installation, training and around the clock support.
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