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Gemini 720is

Industry leading multibeam imaging sonar for WROVs ROVs and AUVs. Gives high definition real-time sonar images. The Gemini 720is multibeam imaging sonar provides users with real-time, crisp imagery for applications including obstacle avoidance, target detection and close-range inspection. With a 120 degree field of view (10 degree tilt) and a fast update rate of 30Hz, the Gemini 720is sonar is ideal for poor visibility environments. Gemini 720is features a 720kHz operating frequency and an integrated sound velocity sensor to assist in providing the sharpest image possible, with accurate ranging. Redesigned for ease of install onto a variety of ROVs, AUVs and other underwater platforms, the Gemini 720is operates through Ethernet or VDSL communications.

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The sonar's compact size means that it can also be deployed using a pole-mount assembly (customer supplied). A standalone Genesis software package is available which offers users a tailored control and display interface including a click and track function and engineering measurement tools.

Gemini SeaTec – Marine Object Tracking and Target Detection

There is the option to upgrade the standalone Gemini software to the Gemini SeaTec software for target tracking and classification applications. Gemini SeaTec is specifically designed to detect objects and subsequently, classify targets accordingly. Housing changes can be made to suit specific deployment requirements. Applications using the Gemini SeaTec software have included the tracking and detection of marine life around subsea turbine structures, view our track record here. Thanks to Tritech's ongoing Custom Engineering projects, the Gemini 720is is also available with an enhanced range of beam widths to include 5° and 10° in addition to the existing 20° width.


Genesis which can be downloaded here.

The calibration frequency guidance document can be found under the technical notices in the Resources page. To go directly to them click on the link "Technical Notices"

Alternatively, the document can be accessed here: Calibration Frequency Guidance

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