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The vane was developed to allow the remote deployment of a DIDSON and a split-beam transducer at depths (~150m) beyond the operating range of the equipment. The equipment was mounted to a ROS pan and tilt device to enable aiming of the sonar equipment. The primary goal was to place the instruments within a herring school to obtain in situ swimming speed and size information. Left: DIDSON and Simrad EK60 120 kHz split-beam transducer; Top-Right: DIDSON alone. For both cases, the sonars are mounted to a ROS PT-25 to have pan and tilt capabilities.
THIS IMAGE WAS CAPTURED BY OR FEATURES A SOUND METRICS IMAGING SONAR
Courtesy of Kevin Boswell, Louisiana State University
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