Sonardyne diver detection

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A new diver detection sonar to counter the threat of underwater attacks against ships, harbours, coastal industrial installations and offshore oil platforms has been unveiled by manufacturer Sonardyne International. The maker claims that the new Sentinel Intruder Detection Sonar is considerably smaller than any other system currently available, providing a full 360 degrees of coverage and is capable of reliably detecting underwater targets up to 800 metres away.

Speaking to Port Strategy, Michael Dempsey, vice president, Automation and Edge Technology Solutions, said: “One of the interesting things in shipping today is that if I use multiple carriers, I have to look at a number of portals to track my cargo. But really I want to look at just one system. Navis Cargo Tracker is that system.”


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