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Free TRIAXYS Next Wave Sensor Training

  25/02/2011
The TRIAXYS Wave sensor has proven itself capable in hundreds of deployments over the past 10 years. In 2010 it was upgraded to the TRIAXYS Next Wave sensor, with several new features added including continual wave sampling and expanded interface and memory capabilities. Reo Phillips is to give a free training session during Ocean Business 2011, Southampton, UK. Reservation is required.

 

 

Reo Phillips, AXYS Director of Operations and lead engineer in the development of TRIAXYS, will be on hand at the Ocean Business Conferenceto provide free training on how to use and get the most from this sensor.

 

Where: John Swallow Room 054/06, on Wednesday 6th April from 3PM to 4PM.

 

Seats are limited for this event so please email info@axys.com to register and reserve your spot. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.




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Supplier: AXYS Technologies Inc.

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