sigma S6 WaMoS Wave Radar System
The sigma S6 WaMoS II Wave Monitoring System uses the output from a conventional X- band radar to determine wave spectra and surface current speed and direction.More ››
Rutter sigma S6 Oil Spill Detection
The Rutter sigma S6 Oil Spill Detection and Monitoring System answers the need for early oil spill detection and reporting along with active management 24/7 to remediate spills with a minimum of impact.More ››
Rutter sigma S6 Ice Navigator™
The Rutter sigma S6 Ice NavigatorTM Ice Detection and Navigation System detects bergy bits and growlers in open water and greatly enhances the ability to navigate efficiently and safely in ice covered regions.More ››
Rutter sigma S6 Small Target Surveillance
The Rutter sigma S6 Small Target Detection/ Surveillance System rapidly acquires, tracks, and analyzes small targets separating them from sea clutter. This is crucial in SAR, marine security and other operational situations.More ››
FarSounder 3D Sonar
FarSounder delivers the 3 critical pieces of information required for obstacle avoidance; Range, Bearing, and Depth. With FarSounder navigation is safer in both known and unknown waters.More ››
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The University of Victoria has purchased 3- WaMoS Wave Radar Systems and 1- Rutter Oil Spill Detection System. They have installed one wave radar system combined with the Oil Spill Detection System near the Port of Prince Rupert, and another Wave Radar System at the south end of Quadra Island near Campbell River. The third Wave Radar System is scheduled to be installed in the Strait of Georgia.
Crystal Cruise Lines has purchased a& Rutter Small Target/Surveillance (STS) system for installation on the M/V Crystal Serenity. The STS system has all of the components of the Rutter Ice Navigator plus an enhanced ability to track both low and high speed targets for navigation, marine security, and SAR purposes. The STS system will be something that personnel on the Crystal Serenity can use 24/365 not just while transiting a area with potential ice.