Lighthouse distributes for the Italian market and the Mediterranean basin some of the world leader brands in the field of marine geophysics. Lighthouse is therefore able to provide the customer with expert advice and support at all stages, from product selection to commissioning, for the acquisition of Sub Bottom Profiler, Side Scan Sonar, Magnetometers, Gradiometers and of the software to process and analyses the data.

INNOMAR, KLEIN and MARINE MAGNETICS over the years have chosen Lighthouse as trusted partner, recognizing its efficiency and professionalism.

About Innomar

For about 17 years INNOMAR provides innovative and high-quality electronics and software for the marine and offshore business, mainly parametric sub-bottom profilers (SBP, sediment echo sounder) that are used to visualize sediment structures or objects within the seafloor or river beds.
Their main product line, the narrow-beam parametric sub-bottom profiler series SES-2000 can be used to visualize sediment structures for dredging, geological surveys and the location of embedded objects like wrecks, pipelines or boulders with excellent resolution and penetration. For combined sub-bottom and sidescan surveys Innomar also have sub-bottom profilers (SBP) with integrated dual-frequency sidescan sonar (SSS) available. All INNOMAR sub-bottom profilers come with a software package consisting of the user-friendly SESWIN data acquisition software and the SESConvert data export tool (export SES data to SEG-Y and XTF data formats). SES-2000 data can be processed using INNOMAR’s ISE post-processing software or after data export with a wide range of third-party software.

About Klein Marine Systems

Klein Marine Systems is the world’s leading supplier of side scan sonar equipment and waterside security and surveillance systems. In 1967, Marty Klein, an MIT graduate, set his own course in the new commercial field of Side Scan Sonar. This was a bold move since the only companies involved in this area were multi-million dollar organizations. Klein’s aim is one of creating reliable, leading-edge sonar products, and maritime domain awareness systems while offering top quality service. Klein has developed a worldwide reputation of excellence in the industry by providing quality products and excellent customer service.

Klein’s side scan sonar systems are respected as the standard of excellence in the industry and are deployed by governments, navies, port authorities, surveyors, oil companies and universities worldwide. Klein’s sonar systems and derivatives have been used to locate the Titanic, wreckage of the U.S. Space Shuttle Challenger, downed aircraft, including TWA Flight 800, Swiss Air Flight 111, John F. Kennedy Jr.’s plane and Egypt Air Flight 990, a myriad of underwater antiquities, as well as performing the day-to-day work of hydrographic surveys. Klein employs an experienced staff of technical personnel, familiar with the ocean environment that are ready to serve your needs. The high-resolution Klein sonar systems, designed and manufactured in our 60,000 square foot plant in New Hampshire, provide high-speed, full bottom coverage with imagery unmatched in the industry.

About Marine Magnetics

Marine Magnetics started to build marine magnetometer in the mid 90’s because it was apparent that the industry had stagnated. Innovation was at a standstill, established organizations were complacent, and customers lulled into accepting the status quo. They saw an opportunity to carve out a niche for their selves by raising the bar. That worked, so they decided to keep doing it. Their success is rooted in the combination of Technology and Design that takes the user experience into account. They know exactly what the customer intends to do with their products, the conditions and situations in which they must perform, and in Marine Magnetics are realists: Accidents happen, People make mistakes. Their systems are built to survive all of this.

About QPS – Quality Positioning Services

Quality Positioning Services BV (QPS), headquartered in Zeist, The Netherlands, is an independent software design company founded in 1986. QPS subsidiary offices are located in Portsmouth USA, in Fredericton Canada, and in Banbury UK.
Focused on system integration of survey sensors and the development of software applications used for hydrographic surveys, sea-floor mapping, portable pilot units and Electronic Navigation Charts (ENC) production, QPS is seen as market leader in these fields. The key technology of QPS is based on precise navigation, the collection and presentation of large volumes of navigation and depth data. This also includes new techniques for 3D visualisation of the underwater environment.