DEVELOPMENTS OF SONAR TECHNOLOGIES FOR AUV: MULTIBEAM AT VERY HIGH FREQUENCIES, SYNTHETIC APERTURE SONAR FOR AUV OPERATIONS




Developments of Sonar Technologies for AUV: Multibeam at Very High Frequencies, Synthetic Aperture Sonar for AUV Operations
Instructor: Craig Wallace - Kongsberg Maritime

Thursday, February 6, 2020
8:30 am - 12:30 pm


DESCRIPTION:
For decades Kongsberg has been a pioneer in the development of technology for a range of hydro-acoustic applications including seabed mapping on AUV.  But one size doesn’t fit all, or does it? Understanding some basic sonar fundamentals this tutorial focuses on the fundamental methods and introduces problems and solutions to some new developments with both existing Multibeam and Synthetic aperture sonar.




 


Craig Wallace
MARO Applications Support Engineer
Kongsberg Maritime


Craig Wallace has a BEng Hons from Aberdeen, Scotland and has spent his career specializing in the subsea sonar and marine robotics sector. Exploring innovative technology primarily from the Kongsberg Maritime portfolio Craig has been involved in the integration and application of systems from R&D level through to commercially proven solutions. Over his 15-year career he has been fortunate enough to be involved in several high profile projects from search and recovery operations of lost aircraft, mapping World War 2 lost assets through to being part of the team that won the Shell XPRIZE competition and even lead the group that actually found the Loch Ness Monster. He has written for a variety of National and International publications as well as written papers detailing the technological advances in the Mapping and Robotic Marine sector.