Teledyne RESON Acquires Business From ATLAS HYDROGRAPHIC - 26/08/2014


Teledyne RESON A/S from Denmark has announced that its German subsidiary, Teledyne RESON GmbH, has acquired assets of ATLAS HYDROGRAPHIC, Germany, and that the business, product lines and a number of employees from ATLAS HYDROGRAPHIC GmbH are now part of the Teledyne Marine Acoustics Imaging group.

ATLAS HYDROGRAPHIC specialises in high-performance deep-water hydrographic survey solutions for the civil market. The product portfolio consists of deep-water Multibeam Echosounders, Parametric Sub Bottom Profilers that from now on will be sold under the product line name Teledyne ATLAS Hydrographic.

According to Kim Lehmann, President, Teledyne Marine Acoustic Imaging Group and Teledyne RESON Group, the group is positioned to provide complete solutions and offer a full range of acoustic solutions for new vessel builds for research, deep water, offshore and seismic surveys – and all with state-of-the-art technology including high power multi-ping capable Multibeam Echosounders with ice-protection and advanced deep-water Sub Bottom Profilers.

Teledyne RESON GmbH, ATLAS HYDROGRAPHIC GmbH and ATLAS ELEKTRONIK GmbH have entered a strategic agreement to work together to improve the support of existing and new customers over the next couple of years to ensure that their customers get high quality products, services and support.

Teledyne ATLAS Hydrographic’s offerings include the following product range and recognised industry brands: HYDROSWEEP Multibeam Echosounders, available in a number of different configurations ranging from mid-ocean depth to full-ocean depth performance, and the PARASOUND Parametric Sub Bottom Profiler systems. The PARASOUND is a hull-mounted parametric sub-bottom profiler, offering rapid high resolution sub-bottom as single profile or in multi-beam mode. It is able to penetrate the seabed more than 200 metres in water depths as deep as 11,000 m.

Image: Left: the future general manager of Teledyne RESON GmbH, Carsten Park Andreasen. Right: Kim Lehmann, president of the Teledyne Marine Acoustic Imaging Group and Teledyne RESON group.

Last updated: 21/10/2020