Echoview Software works with governments, scientists, commercial fisheries, and NGOs globally to support the understanding and sustainable use of aquatic resources by providing best-practice hydroacoustic data processing software.Learn more
Tailored solutions for hydroacoustic data processing in marine environments and ecosystems.Rivers and lakes
As the world’s most comprehensive, flexible, and trusted tool for hydroacoustic data processing in freshwater environments, Echoview saves you time by helping you create repeatable, robust, and automated methods to quantify fish and other organisms in your echosounder and sonar data.Commercial fishing
Echoview can be used in real-time or back on land to support decision making when optimizing your commercial fishing operations.Environmental assessment and monitoring
View, analyze, and process hydroacoustic data to support environmental assessments and monitoring of a variety of engineering and infrastructure projects.Research
Echoview is a flexible, comprehensive, fully-documented, and rigorously tested scientific tool for research. We collaborate with researchers and also support learning through the provision of student licenses.
Echoview offers three licensing options for your organization: Analysis Suite, Survey Suite, and Habitat Classification.Learn more
For those needing the full power of Echoview and its extensive tools for exploring, processing, and analyzing hydroacoustic data.
Designed to support the collection, visualization, and cataloging of echosounder data, whether in the field or in the office.
Characterize and classify the nature of submerged vegetation and the bottom from echosounder backscatter measurements.
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Echoview is pleased to showcase a user story with Dr. Mariano Gutierrez from The Humboldt Institute of Marine Research and Aquaculture.Learn more
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Echoview was pleased to catch up with acoustic scientist and Echoview user Dr Alina Wieczorek and social scientist Amanda Schadeberg on their recent article “How do scientists use sound to count fish in the deep sea?”, published in Frontiers for Young Minds.Learn more
The ERI is seeking a fully funded PhD student to investigate the impacts of floating offshore wind Infrastructure on the distribution and behaviour of fish & marine mammals: IFLOWLearn more
Read the publications from the Echoview user community for December.Learn more