Seapix 3D Sonar

3DSonar integrated with Frihery Plotter

ANCHOVIES FISHING WITH SEAPIX 3D SONARPUBLISHED ON JUN 6, 2017

ANCHOVIES FISHING WITH SEAPIX 3D SONAR, MEDITERRANEAN SEA.VOLUMIC 120° X 120° SHOAL COVERALE AND REAL TIME MAPPING WITH FISH CLASSIFICATION.SEAPIX SHOWS GEAR RELATED TO FISH IN ORDER TO ENHANCE SELECTIVITY AND EFFICIENCY. MARPORT TRAWL POSITIONING SYSTEM WAS CONNECTED TO PROVIDE SEAPIX WITH ACCURATE GEAR POSITION.

Mackerel & AnchoviesPUBLISHED ON JUN 6, 2017

MACKEREL AND ANCHOVIES TRAWLING, EVALUATION OF MIXTURE TO AVOID BY CATCH AND DAMAGES OF FISH IN NET.DETECTION AND IMAGE GIVEN IN REAL TIME BY SEAPIX 3D SONAR.

MACKEREL - HERRING SELECTIVITY

Published on May 18, 2017

Acoustic selectivity in real time, discrimination of Mackerel and Herring shoals wity ration calculation of mixture. Allows skipper to improve targeting of wanted fish, and reduce time towing & discards.Courtesy of F/V Nordborg and Vikmar.


SeapiX is unique

SeapiX is a whole new category of equipment. For the first time in the fisheries market, in a unique product, a high-performance acoustic tool can merge acoustic data with the commercial fishing geographical information system, superimposing whole new layers of fishing information in 2D or 3D: fishing plans, acquired bathymetric data, type of seabed, fish detection and shoal morphology/dynamics, fishing gear, logbook catch results, oceanographic data, AIS/Radar navigation safety, and more.

This new 3-Dimensional Sonar delivers real-time knowledge of the habitat and the fisheries resource with unequalled calibrated accuracy SeapiX is a complete, standalone decision aid system combining its acoustic sensor for analysis of the marine environment with its own data processing system SeapiX maps 10 times more seabe are than classic multibeams !All this make SeapiX a genuine “third way”, offering both the key advantages of omnidirectional sonar and those of sounders, while at the same time providing completely new functionalities to fishermen in order to practice profitable and selective methods.