MULTHY product

The new acoustic recording system from the RTsys company synchronizes 16 hydrophones for improved range and recording quality while still controlling cost and energy consumption. The MULTHY system will be available at the beginning of 2019. Read more

Range of underwater acoustic recorders

RTsys has a complete range of underwater acoustic recorders used in scientific studies or to monitor wind and tidal energy farms. The quality of the data collected by these recorders is widely recognized by users, such as universities, institutes, industrials such as marine renewable energies and oil & gas companies. RTsys recorders are also used…

Appointment of new Sales Manager

RTsys is pleased to announce the appointment of its Sales Manager for the Asia Pacific Area Maxime Velu. Maxime will be responsible for developing RTsys’ overall strategy in Asia bringing its experience in business development. We wish Maxime all the best in his missions!

INSEA2: Seabed Classification

RTsys characterizes the nature of surface sediments, using acoustical detection How can you study the sea-floor sediments simply, quickly and without taking samples? RTsys answers this question with acoustics. The French company, a specialist in underwater elec-tronics and acoustics, has perfected INSEA (INvestigation of SEdiments by Acoustics), a sound velocity meter intended for studying sediments.…

RTsys is in ECO!

RTsys is in ECO (March-April issue) with its underwater acoustic recorders used to the poles!    Learn more about biologist Dr. Laurent Chauvaud’s expedition here: https://www.mydigitalpublication.com/publication/?i=482821#{%22issue_id%22:482821,%22page%22:40}

RTsys is in Sea Technology !

RTSYS is in Sea Technology (March Issue) ! It focuses on an underwater docking station that Naval Group developed in collaboration with RTsys, adding its docking module capability to the station. This innovation allows us to imagine new uses for AUVs…

Posidonia meadows recorded by RTsys

Recording Mediterranean Posidonia meadows A round of measurements took place in the Mediterranean between June and November 2017 using instruments developed by RTsys. It is a part of CHORUS, a Chair of Excellence of the foundation Grenoble INP and supported by RTsys and the network of monitoring CALME developed by a partnership between CHORUS and…