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AXYS at Offshore Wind China

  25/05/2012
The AXYS Ocean Renewables team is exhibiting at Offshore Wind China 2012 in Shanghai, China from 30 May to 1 June 2012. Services offered by AXYS Ocean Renewables will be presented throughout the exhibition.

 

 

Offshore Wind China 2012 is Asia's largest offshore wind event, combining a comprehensive, high-quality conference with a first class exhibition and incomparable networking opportunities.

 

The AXYS Ocean Renewables team will demonstrate its wide portfolio of remote sensing systems, including the floating wind resource assessment system WindSentinel and the TRIAXYS directional wave buoy, the directional wave buoy with a current profiling option.

 

AXYS looks forward to welcoming attendees at the EWEA 2012 conference and meeting friends, both old and new, at the event so please drop by Stand E7-A057.

 

 




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