Yearly Archives: 2010

Easytrak Nexus on an Arctic Adventure

An Applied Acoustics’ rack-mount USBL tracking system is has recently been deployed in the northern Arctic Ocean. The system, the Easytrak Nexus, is the most sophisticated of the Easytrak systems, with spread spectrum technology for high accuracy performance. Working with a variety of dynamic underwater targets, the Nexus was used during a geohazard survey by…

Rental Companies Choose Nexus

The latest Applied Acoustics rack-mount USBL tracking system is now available from a number of rental agencies covering the globe. The system, the Easytrak Nexus, now incorporates Spread Spectrum Technology for increased operational efficiency and like all Easytrak systems, it combines its high accuracy performance with versatility and ease of operation. “Nexus has proved its…

Alpha, the new star tracker debuts at Seawork

Applied Acoustics’ new USBL underwater tracking system is making its first appearance at Seawork in June. Called the Easytrak Alpha, it is the introductory and most compact of their range of subsea tracking systems. Ideally suited for small ROV operations or basic diver tracking, Alpha is a condensed and cost-effective system for monitoring close range…

Queen’s Award for Applied Acoustics

Great Yarmouth based Applied Acoustic Engineering Ltd has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the International Trade category. The Award is recognition of its outstanding achievement in boosting export revenues by over 300% during six years of continuous growth, and selling more than 70% of its products overseas. This extraordinary performance has been made…

21st Birthday Celebrations for Applied Acoustics

Applied Acoustics proudly announced that it reached a significant milestone at the Oceanology International exhibition in London recently. The company has been supplying subsea acoustic equipment for 21 years and celebrated with a champagne and strawberries reception on their stand at the show. Managing Director Adam Darling reflected on the last 21 years by saying,…

New 12,000 Joule Seismic Energy Source

Applied Acoustics launched a powerful new seismic energy source at Oceanology. An extension to the range of market leading seismic power supplies, the CSP-S12000 features a maximum output energy level of 12000 joules, bringing a new dimension to shallow seismic reflection surveys. Designed for use specifically with the upgraded 12KJ Delta Sparker, the CSP-S12000 has…

New Star Tracker from Applied Acoustics

Applied Acoustics unveiled their new USBL tracking system at Underwater Intervention in New Orleans this February. Called the Easytrak Alpha, it is the introductory and most compact of their range of subsea tracking systems. Ideally suited for small vehicle operations or basic diver tracking, Alpha is a condensed and cost-effective system for monitoring close range…