For rapid reconnaissance surveys, hydrographic training and general shallow water survey projects the Royal Australian Navy selected the latest CEE HydroSystems RTK CEESCOPE™ to replace ageing CEEDUCER sonar equipment. MORE
With a built-in long range data telemetry system inside the echo sounder, the CEESCOPE-USV is a unique survey solution for unmanned, autonomous or remotely-operated boats that eliminates the need for instrument integration on the vessel. MORE
We added a story from YWAM working in Papua New Guinea. On the prospect of navigating their Medical Ship up river, the surveyor commented: “Without the CEESCOPE™ all we had for navigational info was Google Earth, which as you know isn’t enough!” MORE
CEE HydroSystems are a manufacturer of high quality hydrographic survey single beam echo sounders, with a focus on shallow water surveying from small boats or personal watercraft. CEE HydroSystems offer products aimed to streamline the survey process and offer the simplest, easiest, and fastest way to get the job done. By selecting only the highest performing, top quality modern electronics components, CEE HydroSystems’ echo sounders lead the industry in specifications achievable in a compact and portable package. Now available with precise built in RTK GNSS and UHF radio modem, dual frequency 33 / 200 kHz operation, internal data logging and rechargeable battery power, 20 Hz sample rate with full water column echo envelope output, the latest generation CEESCOPE™ single beam echo sounder represents the ultimate “one box” hydrographic survey solution available. Also offering a range of single beam echo sounders, a high quality radar probe tide gauge, turnkey personal watercraft surf-zone survey system, and the ability to provide custom solutions for survey challenges CEE HydroSystems are the hydrographic survey experts for the shallow water environment. With offices in Sydney, Australia and San Diego, USA contact us to discuss your survey requirements. We are ready to help with echo sounder solutions for your river, lake, pond, reservoir, estuary, surf-zone, or coastal ocean bathymetry survey challenges.