SOUND METRICS NEWSWORTHY EVENTS

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IMPORTANT NOTICE | 7/23/2014

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The team will be utilizing an ARIS 3000 and DIDSON Diver Held to record and share the Mission’s many projects.

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KING 5 News interviews General Manager, Richard Morris on Sound Metrics' efforts to help South Korea search and recover victims of the ferry boat tragedy. 

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Korea Ocean and Science Technology (KIOST) representatives visit Sound Metrics facility for training on ARIS 3000.

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Sound Metrics exhibited at OCEANS 2012 earlier this month, the annual conference was held at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.

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An ARIS 3000 was used to inspect the substrate of a dam in Brazil, and finds extensive unexpected damage due to boulders swept downstream in the high river currents.

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Well, it's official! We are pleased to announce that Sound Metrics Corporation has a new location! It's three times the size of our previous facility and affords the opportunity for even further growth of the company and its products.

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Sound Metrics launched their newest product, the ARIS Explorer line of high-definition imaging sonars, at Oceans International in London during the week of March 12th. There was overwhelming response!

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Lake Forest Park, Washington - Sound Metrics Corp., the leading provider of diver-held sonar systems, has received an order from Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) for 17 DIDSON Diver-Held Systems.  In their search for disaster victims immediately following the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in March, JMSDF, state and local agencies routinely deployed equipment loaned to them by Sound Metrics.

 

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Following an extensive assessment, the U.S. Air Force has selected the DIDSON Diver Held Sonar for use by their CSAR Guardian Angel Teams to meet urgent search and recovery operational requirements. The 17-month assessment, which was characterized as one of the most thorough evaluations concluded for a COTS handheld sonar by a US military agency, also included participation by the US Navy, as well as Florida State University.

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The Technical Support Working Group (TSWG), the U.S. national forum that identifies, prioritizes and coordinates interagency and international research and development (R&D) requirements for combating terrorism, awarded Sound Metrics a contract for 12 DIDSON Diver-Held sonars.

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MonsterQuest used a DIDSON to look for giant snakes in Venezuela

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