Echoscope Technology Access Programme27/03/2012
|CodaOctopus and rental company Seatronics have signed an agreement with an initial investment worth over USD1.5m to increase the number of Echoscope systems available for rent worldwide through a joint Technology Access Program (TAP). The programme means clients can contact any CodaOctopus or Seatronics base office directly to hire the real-time 3D sonar technology that is transforming applications from marine construction through to port security, dredging and decommissioning.|
Over and above access to revolutionary sonar technology, TAP also makes available a pool of trained operators who can deliver a host of service provisions to suit every client’s requirements.
Whether for large marine operators working on a major offshore installation requiring both equipment and personnel, or a smaller scale company needing to hire equipment for a short period with just a few days of operator training, TAP can provide the affordable answer.
Seatronics maintains a number of Echoscope systems on its rental pool already with the main TAP asset pool becoming available from April 2012 onwards. This agreement was made during Oceanology International 2012.
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Training security Dredging sonar Construction
Supplier: CodaOctopus Products Ltd
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