Acoustic Tags for Marine Animal Tracking and Equipment Location

 

Acoustic Tracking Equipment

Passive Tracking

Passive Tracking involves the placing of underwater receivers in fixed positions that then monitor and log the passing of sealife with tags attached.

 

Passive receivers include:

 

 

SON IMDAE 

Active Tracking

Active Tracking equipment allows for a mobile vessel or diver to track marine animals.

Active receivers include:

 

 

active-tracking-2012

 

Equipment Tracking

Equipment Tracking uses the EMT range of Pingers to relocate lost or difficult to find assets underwater. With Tilt Pingers, the angle of inclination of a marked subsea structure can be monitored from the surface this is particularly useful when deploying seabed frames with doppler installed.

 

The EMT pingers can be tracked using the Matrak system, the UDR or an ROV mountable receiver.

 

SON diver_receiver

 

Transmitters

A variety of transmitters of varying size and funtionality are available for almost any sealife tracking project, some with telemetry ability, or for equipment marking. The following list is not exhaustive;

 

 

 

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SON Small_pingers

 

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