The Australian Department of Defence’s Defence Science and Technology (DST) group has acquired a new Towed Acoustic Projector System (TAPS) from GeoSpectrum Technologies to improve its underwater acoustic research capabilities.
GeoSpectrum Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce that is has received a contract through the Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP). Defence Research and Development Canada will test the TRAPS (Towed Reelable Active Passive Sonar) variable depth ASW sonar on Royal Canadian Navy ships.
GeoSpectrum Technologies is pleased to announce they have been awarded a contract to provide a compact, portable, towed acoustic projector system to the Maritime Division of Australia’s Defence Science & Technology Group (DST-G).
GeoSpectrum Technologies is pleased to announce they have been awarded a contract to provide a Digital Preview Processor (DPP) to the Canadian Navy’s Acoustic Data Analysis Centre (ADAC) for post mission analysis.
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GeoSpectrum Technologies is collaborating with the INDAL business unit of Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division to develop a new compact and lightweight sonar system designed for the smaller surface ships and Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) markets.
GeoSpectrum Technologies and Boston Engineering are combining the M512 towed hydrophone and V-Wing 460 towed underwater depressor to help researchers learn how whales “talk”.
GeoSpectrum Technologies recently delivered and commissioned a high static and dynamic pressure calibration system for testing hydrophone linearity to a customer in Europe.
GeoSpectrum Technologies Inc. (GTI), a leading provider of hydroacoustic hardware, today announced they have acquired Akoostix Inc. Akoostix is a leading provider of underwater acoustic and sonar processing software.
Chronicle Herald News Article: Dartmouth acoustics specialists GeoSpectrum, Akoostix merge operations