FarSounder is proud to announce the launch of their on-line training platform. The team has put in countless hours gathering the content to get this system up and running, and it is now available to the public. The first training program to be released in the series is the FarSounder Technician Training.
This innovative on-line training class allows students to gain an in-depth
understanding of how to commission, service, and maintain the Argos series of 3D Forward Looking Sonars. The virtual program creates a learning environment that allows technical professionals to gain the knowledge they need on their own schedule, from anywhere in the world and at any time of day.
“This training platform has long been a goal of ours,” said Cheryl M. Zimmerman, CEO. “Particularly now, with the world moving virtual over the last year, it is more important than ever to have made it a reality. We are extremely proud of the results and excited to share it with the marine world.”
All marine technical engineers or anyone who wants to have an in-depth understanding of these unique systems are welcome to participate in the on-line Technician Training Class. Please contact FarSounder at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to learn how this class can lead to becoming a FarSounder Certified Technician.
FarSounder, Inc. is a U.S. based high technology marine electronics manufacturer specializing in underwater acoustics. With unique patented technology, the company has a global customer base of commercial, government, and private sector users. The company is the recognized leader in real time 3D sonar systems and has been selling its flagship navigation and obstacle avoidance systems since 2004. FarSounder’s product lines include its Ship Protection System, which followed years of both IR&D and U.S. government funded research. The 2015 Tibbetts Award winning FarSounder Ship Protection System is for those owner/operators who demand the best solutions for assuring the safety of their passengers and crew. The system provides detection, classification, and alarms of underwater threats. Portside, platform, and shore based systems are also available for waterfront security.