Hi-Target presented at the Third OI China in Shanghai

2015-11-05  

Guangzhou, China. Nov.5, Committed to become a leading global marine exploration technology solutions provider, Hi-Target presented at the third OI China from November 3th-5th in Shanghai. Oceanology International China is the only forum in Asia where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the marine technology and ocean science community, improving their strategies for measuring, exploiting, protecting and operating in the world’s oceans.

 

 

At the exhibition, nearly thirty products from Hi-Target were presented, including single-beam and multi-beam echo sounder, underwater acoustic positioning system, acoustic leak detection system, hydrographic stations, satellite positioning and other products.

 

Among these products, HD-MAX Echo Sounder is one of the most welcomed products. It is a full-digit echo sounder for precision measurement in hydrology, reconnaissance, fairway, wharf dredge and so on. HD-MAX is designed for efficient, high-speed sounding performance. The integrated Hi-Max Sounder software provides an excellent solution for marine surveying and mapping. Besides, with more than 15 years of marine research and development, Hi-Target delivers state-of-the-art marine solution. The K series split-type receivers offer a modern design with a solid metal body to quickly deliver accurate location even orientation data which makes it an invaluable device for marine engineering projects.

 

 

A large number of professional audiences were attracted by these products. Technical personnel of Hi-Target exchanged ideas extensively with audiences at the exhibition.

 

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