Student Projects 2015

Call for projects published on "Hydro International" website.

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Seabed Acoustics 2015

Next Innomar workshop announced for November.

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Efficient Sub-Bottom Profilers made by INNOMAR

For about 18 years INNOMAR provides innovative and high-quality electronics and software for the marine and offshore business, mainly parametric sub-bottom profilers (SBP, sediment echo sounder) that are used to visualize sediment structures or objects within the seafloor or river beds.


SES-2000 standard parametric sub-bottom profiler (top side unit) Our main product line, the narrow-beam parametric sub-bottom profiler series SES-2000 can be used to visualise sediment structures for dredging, geological surveys and the location of embedded objects like wrecks, pipelines or boulders with excellent resolution and penetration.

For combined sub-bottom and sidescan surveys we also have sub-bottom profilers (SBP) with integrated dual-frequency sidescan sonar (SSS) available.

All INNOMAR sub-bottom profilers come with a software package consisting of the user-friendly SESWIN data acquisition software and the SESConvert data export tool (export SES data to SEG-Y and XTF data formats). SES-2000 data can be processed using INNOMAR's ISE post-processing software or after data export with a wide range of third-party software.

Please see the products section for more details.

Innomar's quality management system is certified according to ISO 9001:2008.

Latest News

INNOMAR stand at Ocean Business 2015

Thanks to all of you visiting our stand at Ocean Business. Especially thanks to the great interest shown on the two classroom sessions we hosted. All our new products, like the full-ocean depth SBP SES-2000 deep-15, the towed parametric SBP SES-2000 towfish and our new USV / Survey Cat received a lot of attention.

Innomar again calls for student projects. Within Europe there will be 3 projects of master/PHD students supported with an SES-2000 compact parametric SBP, GPS, motion sensor and training. See our dedicated Student Project 2015 page for details.

The winner of last year's Innomar student project, Alexandros Chronis, published a paper of the research within that project in the Nov/Dec issue of Hydro International.

Read more at our news section and see the event calendar for upcoming events where Innomar takes part.