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Ultra High-Resolution Curved Array Bathymetric System.
NORBIT introduces the first cylindrical ultra-high resolution curved array bathymetric system, designed for rapid
anywhere anytime mobilisation.
The WINGHEAD series are the most compact sonars designed for use on all platforms including subsea ROVs and
AUVs. With low power consumption, the system is suitable to operate from battery. NORBIT’s wideband multibeam
technology facilitates long range real-time data collection and at the same time achieves high resolution data.
The WINGHEAD sonars are based on a state of the art analog and digital platform featuring powerful signal processing
capabilities, offering roll stabilised bathymetry and several types of imagery and backscatter output. With broad
R&D expertise, NORBIT has developed, from the ground-up, exciting new technology that allows existing and new
applications to benefit from the advantages offered by a compact wideband curved-array multibeam sonar.



  •  80kHz Bandwidth
  •  Roll-stabilisation
  •  Backscatter outputs (Intensity, Sidescan, Sidescan Snippets, Snippets, Water Column)
  •  Multidetect
  •  Pipeline Mode
  •  Simple Ethernet Interface
  •  Integrated Sound Velocity Probe
  •  1024 Dynamically Focused Beams
  •  Mounting Bracket Included
  •  FM & CW Processing
  •  Flexible Power
  •  Exceeds IHO Special Order, CHS Exclusive Order & USACE New Work


  • Shallow Water Bathymetry
  •  Pipeline & Cable Inspection Surveys
  •  Quay wall, bridge and structure inspection surveys
  •  Pond, River and Estuary Surveys
  •  Harbor and Lake Surveys
  •  USV, UUV, AUV & ROV
  •  Coastal Surveys


  • Sound Velocity Profiler
  •  Turnkey Survey Solutions
  •  Permanent Hull Mount Option
  •  Pole Mount Option
  •  Acquisition, Navigation and Post Processing Software
  •  Senior Hydrographer for Support and Training
  •  Can be Delivered with Software Packages e.g. DCT, HYPACK, Qinsy, EIVA, CARIS and Others

Download Brochure: Winghead B41

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