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Neptune Sonar successful transition to the new ISO9001:2015 standard

Neptune Sonar has successfully transitioned to the new standard of ISO9001:2015 with effect from today.

From our initial accreditation to ISO9001 nearly twenty years ago the company has embraced the concept and importance of quality and the process and control is fully integrated in the day to day working operation of the company.

The new standard has moved our Quality Management System to a Business Management system.

Neptune to supply Arrays for largest diver detection contract received

DSIT Solutions has signed a contract with Tata Power Strategic Engineering Division (SED) to jointly supply 78 PointShield Portable Diver Detection Sonar (PDDS) units to the Indian Navy, the company announced on 8 January. Neptune Sonar will be manufacturing a number of Array’s and supporting the ‘Buy Make India’ programme.

PointShield underwater security systems support the automatic detection, tracking and classification of all types of underwater threats.

New Overseas Defence Contract Awarded to Neptune Sonar

Neptune have been awarded a large contract to develop an acoustic unit and the front-end electronics for a ‘NEW’ torpedo decoy system. Development starts April 2017, production to commence October 2017 following trials and acceptance testing in September. The front end electronics will use the latest state of the art technology in electronics design.

Contract to develop an Acoustic Detection System – for Marine Mammals

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Neptune has been awarded a contract to develop an Acoustic Detection System for the Scottish fish farm market by Ace Aquatec. The solution proposed is an active sonar, with the ability to detect the movement of a target from its reflection of an acoustic signal. Neptune currently supply a number of acoustic products to Ace Aquatec for deterring problem Seals for fish farms.

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