ADCP Product Unveiling at OB29/03/2011
|Teledyne RD Instruments is to unveil its new next-generation line of Acoustic Doppler Current Profiling (ADCP) products at Ocean Business 2011. After fifteen years of success, the Workhorse ADCP products will be complimented by the Sentinel V ADCP, the first in a series of V ADCP products based on a new technology platform.|
Also on display on booth S1 will be the new long range PAVS150 Doppler Velocity Log (DVL) and Citadel CTD products.
To learn more about all three of these technologies, a Teledyne Marine Product Innovation Preview is scheduled on Monday, 4th April in room 104/13 at Southampton University. Full schedule of events
During the conference, Teledyne RDI will be providing classroom training on the Sentinel V ADCP on Tuesday, 5th April at 3:30 pm. and training on the Citadel CTD products on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. Early registration will secure a space.
It also is possible to stop by in the stand for a V product demonstration and to take part in the launch campaign, where visitors can enter in a drawing for a custom Flip Video Camera.
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Supplier: Teledyne RD Instruments Inc.
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