Real-time Moorings Made Easier, more Reliable and Less Expensive
Turnkey Real-time Monitoring Systems
Ulti-Buoy Real-time Temperature Chain & Custom Data Buoy Systems
Buoy Controllers & Solar PowerPacks
Build your own Data Buoy with the DANTE System
Ulti-modem Inductive Data Telemetry Modems
Ulti-modem connects ADCPs, multi-parameter sondes, or other RS-232 instruments to inductive telemetry (Sea-Bird compatible)
Enduro AT / APT Recorders and X-TP Sensors
Temperature (Pressure optional) and Acceleration (Tilt) Sensors with Inductive Telemetry
Inline Compass Module (ICM)
The ICM merges vector-averaged wind direction and tilt with wind speed data from an ultra-sonic wind sensor.
S9 combines new technologies with innovative design and manufacturing practices to produce a growing range of products that make building and sustaining ocean and freshwater observing systems easier and less expensive.
We offer a range of solutions to a global community of academic and private research institutions, government agencies, consulting contractors, system integrators and instrumentation manufacturers.
An experimental drifting buoy equipped with Soundnine"s eXpendable Temperature and Pressure (XTP) sensors was deployed for the UpTempo project, headed by Dr. Mike Steele of the University of Washington, Polar Science Center. The project uses inexpensive buoys to...
S9’s new OEM Digital Temperature Sensors are ideal for integration on underwater instrumentation, drifting buoys, ROVs, AUVs, or industrial and laboratory applications. They offer high accuracy and stability, extreme durability, low cost and easy integration. Two...
Soundnine Inc. (S9), introduces its new Ulti-Buoy; a turnkey real-time T-chain buoy system. The Ulti-Buoy is economical, easy to use, and offers long maintenance-free deployments. It transmits high-accuracy temperature, tilt and pressure (optional) measurements from...
Our new Inline Compass Module (ICM) combines heading and tilt data with wind speed data from RS-232 wind sensors to produce a serial data stream of wind speed and vector-averaged wind direction on buoys or other moving platforms. It’s suited for upgrading existing...
When it’s just not possible to mount your Dante Controller in a place that does not obstruct the standard antenna, this new configuration option let’s you mount the antenna(s) remotely.
The University of Washington deployed a new oceanographic observing buoy featuring Soundnine Inc.’s DANTE System on February 11, 2016 in Bellingham Bay (Puget Sound). The buoy was assembled and deployed by UW Applied Physics Laboratory in collaboration with The Center...