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UMMA—the Ultra Marine Magnetometer Array

Sometimes our clients need to pinpoint metal objects while working in ecologically fragile environments or cover large areas quickly That’s when we deploy UMMA -- the Ultra Marine Magnetometer Array Aqua Survey's team of scientists pilot the UMMA underwater at a precisely predetermined altitude off the seafloor, mapping former military bombing ranges, harbors, and archeological sites for ferrous targets. It can be deployed in water depths up to 150 feet. Weighing 500 pounds, UMMA can be deployed and retrieved from its custom-made support vessel or another properly-equipped vessel. It can survey a 6 meter swath at just under 6 miles per hour. For survey speeds, that’s fast. We have surveyed over 30 acres in one day with the UMMA. UMMA’s Cesium magnetometers deliver the most precise MAG data at the lowest noise levels in the industry. Monitored in real time by a technician, the UMMA’s auto-adjusting altitude system can be overridden at any time – allowing the system to be raised immediately to avoid a collision with uncharted obstructions. This allows us to safely survey in an extremely environmentally sensitive manner. Protected flora and fauna, such as delicate corals, can be avoided with ease. If you need to survey for ferrous metal objects – whether it's the remains of a Spanish Galleon or unexploded bombs – let Aqua Survey's specialists put the Ultra Marine Magnetometer Array to work for you.


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