Aanderaa products have been used in the oceanographic research markets for more than 50 years.
Aanderaa products have plaid important roles within the oceanographic community since 1966. The Aanderaa Current Meters were from the beginning known for their reliability and were early considered as “the standard” when it came to current measurements.

Over the years the oceanographic product portfolios have undergone an evolution and the range of products have been broadened substantially. Today the oceanographic products are utilizing the newest technology comprising, among others, the most powerful microcontrollers and digital signal processors. Advanced software solutions and powerful processors are utilized in the data loggers, and XML– and modern Bus technology give safe and fast data transfer. Sensors are utilizing the most advanced multi-frequency acoustic technology as well as optical technology.

Aanderaa instruments and sensors are used world-wide within oceanography, by surveyors, within hydrography and by oceanographic – and climate researchers and many others.

The most important product areas are:
Current meters
Current Profilers

Submersible sensors comprising:
Wave- and tide sensors
Dissolved Oxygen
Sensor strings with data loggers
Ocean Observotories

Aanderaa products have been used for environmental research, oceanographic research, hydrographic monitoring, river and lake research, as well as climate research for many years.

Our Seaguard platform and expanding line-up of smart sensors may be used either as a self-recording instrument, or as a real-time Met-Ocean observing network. This versatility is available without the extra cost associated with a custom solution.

AADI systems for the environmental research communities include Seaguard RCM/CTD, Recording Doppler Current Profiler, automatic weather stations, wave and tide stations and buoy systems. Stand-alone sensors are available for measuring parameters such as conductivity, temperature, pressure, oxygen, wave and tide, currents and water level.