Unabara is a vertically integrated manufacturer of game-changing tools for shallow water hydrography and oceanography. Combining our competencies in underwater acoustics and piezo-ceramics with ASIC and MEMS semiconductor technology, we are changing how surveyors obtain and process data.
Z Axis-2F
Dual Frequency Hydrographic Echo Sounder
Our Z Axis-2F Dual Frequency Hydrographic Echo Sounder provides the ultimate utility for shallow water and extremely shallow water surveys.  Sub-centimeter depth resolution is provided from both high frequency and low-frequency channels.  Minimum depth of operation, for both frequencies, and sea bottom spatial resolution (ensonified footprint) are the best in the industry.  The user may elect to input depths from both frequencies, or only the high frequency, into his Windows-based mapping software (HydroMagic, HYPACK, and others).  The Z Axis-2F can also seamlessly input depths into data collectors (Carlson, Leica, Trimble, Topcon, and others) which also collect X, Y position data from RTK GPS receivers.
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Hydro-2F
Multi-Frequency Synthetic Beam Bathymetric & Sea Floor Sonar
Our Hydro-2F Multi-Frequency Synthetic Beam Bathymetric & Sea Floor Sonar provides a high frequency (200 Khz.) channel for surficial sea bottom determination and charting of bathymetry; and a second frequency for bottom penetration; The user may select 10, 12, 18, 24, 28, or 30 Khz.  for the lower-channel.  Uses for the low-frequency channel include hydrographic surveys in high turbidity waters, determination of true hard sea bottom to determine navigable depth, detection of back-filled bridge pile scour holes.  Lastly, using Unabara’s machine learning algorithm for predicting geotechnical parameters (wet bulk sediment density, porosity, and grain-size details), sea bottom sediment types can be overlayed over maps and satellite photographs to provide an augmented reality display of the survey area.  The Sediment View (SV) option can provide display of vertical slices of the sea bottom along the survey’s track lines.
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Unabara is a vertically integrated manufacturer of game-changing tools for shallow water hydrography and oceanography. Combining our competencies in underwater acoustics and piezo-ceramics with ASIC and MEMS semiconductor technology, we are changing how surveyors obtain and process data.
Z Axis-2F
Dual Frequency Hydrographic Echo Sounder
Our Z Axis-2F Dual Frequency Hydrographic Echo Sounder provides the ultimate utility for shallow water and extremely shallow water surveys.  Sub-centimeter depth resolution is provided from both high frequency and low-frequency channels.  Minimum depth of operation, for both frequencies, and sea bottom spatial resolution (ensonified footprint) are the best in the industry.  The user may elect to input depths from both frequencies, or only the high frequency, into his Windows-based mapping software (HydroMagic, HYPACK, and others).  The Z Axis-2F can also seamlessly input depths into data collectors (Carlson, Leica, Trimble, Topcon, and others) which also collect X, Y position data from RTK GPS receivers.
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Hydro-2F
Multi-Frequency Synthetic Beam Bathymetric & Sea Floor Sonar
Our Hydro-2F Multi-Frequency Synthetic Beam Bathymetric & Sea Floor Sonar provides a high frequency (200 Khz.) channel for surficial sea bottom determination and charting of bathymetry; and a second frequency for bottom penetration; The user may select 10, 12, 18, 24, 28, or 30 Khz.  for the lower-channel.  Uses for the low-frequency channel include hydrographic surveys in high turbidity waters, determination of true hard sea bottom to determine navigable depth, detection of back-filled bridge pile scour holes.  Lastly, using Unabara’s machine learning algorithm for predicting geotechnical parameters (wet bulk sediment density, porosity, and grain-size details), sea bottom sediment types can be overlayed over maps and satellite photographs to provide an augmented reality display of the survey area.  The Sediment View (SV) option can provide display of vertical slices of the sea bottom along the survey’s track lines.
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Unabara is a vertically integrated manufacturer of game-changing tools for shallow water hydrography and oceanography. Combining our competencies in underwater acoustics and piezo-ceramics with ASIC and MEMS semiconductor technology, we are changing how surveyors obtain and process data.
Z Axis-2F
Dual Frequency Hydrographic Echo Sounder
Our Z Axis-2F Dual Frequency Hydrographic Echo Sounder provides the ultimate utility for shallow water and extremely shallow water surveys.  Sub-centimeter depth resolution is provided from both high frequency and low-frequency channels.  Minimum depth of operation, for both frequencies, and sea bottom spatial resolution (ensonified footprint) are the best in the industry.  The user may elect to input depths from both frequencies, or only the high frequency, into his Windows-based mapping software (HydroMagic, HYPACK, and others).  The Z Axis-2F can also seamlessly input depths into data collectors (Carlson, Leica, Trimble, Topcon, and others) which also collect X, Y position data from RTK GPS receivers.
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Hydro-2F
Multi-Frequency Synthetic Beam Bathymetric & Sea Floor Sonar
Our Hydro-2F Multi-Frequency Synthetic Beam Bathymetric & Sea Floor Sonar provides a high frequency (200 Khz.) channel for surficial sea bottom determination and charting of bathymetry; and a second frequency for bottom penetration; The user may select 10, 12, 18, 24, 28, or 30 Khz.  for the lower-channel.  Uses for the low-frequency channel include hydrographic surveys in high turbidity waters, determination of true hard sea bottom to determine navigable depth, detection of back-filled bridge pile scour holes.  Lastly, using Unabara’s machine learning algorithm for predicting geotechnical parameters (wet bulk sediment density, porosity, and grain-size details), sea bottom sediment types can be overlayed over maps and satellite photographs to provide an augmented reality display of the survey area.  The Sediment View (SV) option can provide display of vertical slices of the sea bottom along the survey’s track lines.
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