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Two Nexus 2 systems available to rent

Having chosen this year’s Ocean Business conference to place an order for its first Nexus 2 USBL system, Subsea Technology and Rentals Ltd (STR) has subsequently presented Applied Acoustics with a second order, doubling its requirement for these high end tracking systems. Nexus 2 is the second generation 2- way digital system designed and produced by the…

New USBL launches at Ocean Business

Applied Acoustics introduced its latest USBL positioning system, the NEXUS LITE,  in Southampton’s Ocean Business exhibition today. As with all systems designed by Applied Acoustics, the highly advanced Nexus Lite positioning and tracking system is quick to deploy with easy set up procedures and can be used with a variety of Applied Acoustics’ positioning beacons,…

Rent the deep tow sparker in USA

Applied Acoustics’ USA agents, Subsea Technologies Inc (STI), in Houston have recently acquired a DTS-500 deep tow sparker that’s available to rent from its lease equipment pool. Designed for high and ultra-high geophysical surveys, the DTS-500 operates from a single industry-standard coaxial cable, has long life durable electrodes and an integral hydrophone receiver. Operating between 10…

Nexus selected for Columbian Caribbean survey

Since 1993 Florida based Bert Instruments’ team of highly qualified consultants has been providing marine geophysical and environmental studies in the U.S., Caribbean and Latin America for prestigious major petroleum companies, the US Department of Defense, major Universities and private companies. The company’s expertise covers both hydrographic and oceanographic surveys and is headed up by…

Nexus 2 available for rent in USA

Launched at Oceanology in London earlier this year the Applied Acoustics’ new NEXUS 2 USBL positioning system is now available for rent in USA, via the company’s American representatives Subsea Technologies Inc based in Katy, Texas. Nexus 2 is the latest and most sophisticated system in the range of subsea USBL systems that are designed…

Nexus boosts GOSL Nigeria’s ops

Geodetic Offshore Services Ltd (GOSL), a major operator in the Nigerian energy industry, has purchased two Applied Acoustics’ Nexus USBL positioning systems to deploy on its various offshore projects including underwater installation, diver monitoring, seabed surveys and ROV operations. Emanuel Ekpeyong, Managing Director at GOSL, is more than satisfied with both the versatility and flexibility…

Mediterranean project for the DTS-500

The Applied Acoustics deep-tow sparker, the DTS-500, has recently been deployed in the Mediterranean Sea, off the continental slope of Majorca, working on a project with SOCIB, the Balearic Islands Coastal Observing and Forecasting body. Assisted by SOCIB’s Oceanographic Instrumentation Technician, Carlos Castilla Álvarez, the DTS-500 was deployed in deep water, up to 500m, at…

Applied Acoustics’ equipment assists with CO2 storage project.

Southampton researchers are playing a key role investigating the risks of leaks from carbon dioxide (CO2) storage reservoirs situated under the seabed. Academics from the University of Southampton will work with colleagues at the University of Edinburgh and the National Oceanography Centre Southampton (NOCS) on a NERC-funded project to understand the risks involved in the…

Nexus 2 USBL System Launched at Oceanology 2016

Applied Acoustic Engineering (AAE) chose this year’s Oceanology Conference & Exhibition in London (UK) to launch several new products including a greatly enhanced USBL system.  Nexus 2  is the second generation 2- way digital system designed and produced by the award winning UK based company that takes the performance and features of the popular Nexus…

Company Announcement

The Directors of Applied Acoustic Engineering Ltd (AAE) are proud to announce important changes to the structure and leadership of the company, implemented to strengthen its place in the subsea industry, and to provide the facility to offer a wider range of products and services across a variety of other industries. The most significant development…