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ROS Workshop Planned for 2010

  28/11/2008
The positive feedback of the participants of the 1st International Workshop at the German Northsea Coast from 30 to 31October 2008 made this workshop a successful event for the FTZ Research and Technology Center Westcoast in Büsum which was sponsored and organized by Helzel Messtechnik GmbH. The participants agreed to proceed with the next ROS Workshops on a two-year-basis.
 

ROS Workshop participants

The date and country of the next ROS workshop will be announced soon.

 

Offering potential stakeholders the opportunity to exchange and discuss operational and scientific uses of Radio Oceanography (HF and MW radar technology) as well as acoustic profilers, more than 30 participants from German and International Institutes and Research Centers used this chance to meet at the Research Center to discuss on extended applications of Remote Ocean Sensing for renewable energies, environmental and economic activities and shipping security.

 

Should you be interested in the workshop proceedings and papers, please send an e-mail to hansen@helzel.com




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