The picture shows some members of the R&D team. (provided by Harbin Engineering)
Harbin, China, June 17 (June Yu, reporter Shi Yufu) Harbin Engineering University announced on the 17th, the school "single-level shallow water multi-beam sounding sonar key technology innovation and application"; a number of key technologies in the project reached the international The leading level has completely broken the long-standing international blockade of China's high-end shallow water multi-beam sounding sonar technology.
The result is based on the first medium-water multi-beam sounding system (Navy model product) & mdash;—H/HCS-017 strip depth sounder made by Harbin Engineering. It lasted for ten years and was led by Harbin Engineering University. Completed by universities and research institutions.
This technology breaks through the “high-precision azimuth estimation of shallow water multi-beam sounding sonar”, “by track to synthetic aperture processing”, “no installation constraint free calibration”, “dual seamount terrain information multi-resolution” Key technologies such as 3D visual expression & rdquo;, “sound image artificial intelligence interpretation”, achieve high precision, ultra wide coverage, multi-functional integrated measurement, equipment serial development, mass production and promotion applications.
The picture shows the research and development products. (provided by Harbin Engineering)
The core technical indicators such as minimum sounding depth, resolution, and maximum coverage fan have reached the international leading level, making China one of the few countries that have mastered the core technology of high-end shallow-water multi-beam sounding sonar after the United States and Norway. For a long time, the international blockade of China's high-end shallow water multi-beam sounding sonar technology.
At present, the project research results have been applied in the project of China's South Island Reef Major Project, the Sino-Russian boundary river demarcation, and the East China Sea Submarine Test Site. (Finish)