LinkQuest manufactures the world's best selling underwater acoustic modems and TrackLink USBL systems based on advanced Broadband Acoustic Spread Spectrum (BASS) technology. The high quality and user friendliness of the products are recognized by customers worldwide. The level of customer satisfaction is manifested by a large number of repeated orders from existing customers.
Recently, LinkQuest received an order for four UWM3000 acoustic modems from Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory of UK. These modems will be used along with existing UWM3000 acoustic modems for coastal environment monitoring projects. Kongsberg Maritime has ordered two UWM2000 acoustic modems to be used on the NATO Rescue AUV. LinkQuest has provided acoustic modems to almost all Kongsberg Hugin AUVs in service. Leading AUV manufacturer Hafmynd has recently taken delivery of more UWM2000H acoustic modems to be installed on its Gavia AUVs. Two more UWM3000 acoustic modems have also been shipped to Baltic Sea Research Institute of Germany. Additionally, NOAA, US Navy NAVO and offshore instrumentation companies in Europe have also purchased more acoustic modems for new deployments or expansion of existing deployments.
For TrackLink USBL systems, Deep Ocean Expeditions LLC recently purchased a deepwater TrackLink 5000HA system after it purchased a TrackLink 1500 system last year. Leading equipment hire company Survey Equipment Services (SES) Inc., Houston, Texas, has recently taken delivery of its fourth and fifth TrackLink 1500HA USBL positioning systems. These systems will be used by SES to expand its existing pool of TrackLink 1500 systems to satisfy strong customer demands in North America and Europe. Leading ROV manufacturers SeaBotix and Seaeye have also placed more orders for the TrackLink 1500 systems.
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