MARSS Group Becomes Sonardyne’s Maritime Security Reseller

Underwater technology company, Sonardyne International, has appointed MARSS Group as a non-exclusive reseller and integrator of its maritime security products.

Under the terms of the agreement, MARSS will supply, support and integrate Sonardyne’s intruder detection sonar, Sentinel; forward-looking obstacle avoidance sonar, NOAS; together with related underwater technologies in territories including Europe, the Middle East and South-East Asia, the company informed.

Nick Swift, business development for Sonardyne, said that in recent years the two companies have collaborated on numerous maritime security projects around the world and the new arrangement is built on that success.

Johannes Pinl, founder of MARSS Group said, “We’re delighted to cement our relationship with Sonardyne by joining their network of resellers and agents. The integration of Sonardyne sensors within our NiDAR system enables us to offer our clients the most advanced underwater surveillance and navigational aids to deliver a complete air, surface and underwater security shield for the protection of high value assets.”

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