Falmounth Scientific Announces Current Meter Training in India

Falmouth Scientific, Inc. (FSI) of Cataumet (MA, USA) have recently announced that it has completed training for the Indian Navy in operation and maintenance of its 2D-ACM current meter systems. Over 30 Navy personnel from five vessels attended the 3-day training course, which was conducted by Fred Hegg of FSI at the National Hydrographic Survey facility in Visakhapatnam. FSI supplied fourteen of the 2D-ACM current meters with conductivity, temperature, and depth (CTD) modules to the Indian Navy in February of this year. The current meters use acoustic phase-shift transit-time technology to measure a 2-dimensional point-velocity. When instrumented with CTD modules,... (read more)
2009-08-26 04:42:09

Nv-shuttle for BCLME

Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) has delivered an instrumented, towed undulating oceanographic recorder, Nv-Shuttle, to the Marine and Coastal Management Group of the Department of Environment and Tourism, Cape Town, South Africa to be utilised within its ongoing and future monitoring programmes in the Benguela system. This acquisition has been funded by the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME) programme, within which Angola, Namibia and South Africa jointly identify and manage trans-boundary BCLME resources. The Nv-Shuttle will first be used on the RV Africana and the RV Algoa to complement the routine St Helena Bay and SARP monitoring lines which have... (read more)
2005-10-15 12:00:00

Salinometer Delivery

RBR has delivered a MS-310 micro-salinometer to the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Hobart, Australia via its agent Metocean Services International. Precision measurement of ocean physics is critical to understanding how the coastal marine environment or deep ocean is changing over short, medium or longer-term time-scales. Any inaccuracies in measurement impact the scientific outcomes and therefore accurate calibration is critical. The MS-310 joins the other equipment at the extensive calibration facility at CSIRO, where they not only calibrate their own oceanographic instrumentation, but offer the service for a range of clients including state research agencies, water authorities... (read more)
2010-08-05 10:07:22

Teledyne RD Instruments Announces 2015 Academic Product Grant Awardees

Teledyne RD Instruments, USA, recently announced two awardees for its 2015 Academic Product Grant Programme. Awards were given to Omar Lopez-Feliciano, a coastal engineering doctoral candidate at the Stevens Institute of Technology, and Robert Walker, a geoscience graduate student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Lopez-Feliciano will use a Sentinel V ADCP in a project to study the effectiveness of a beach nourishment project currently underway in Deal, New Jersey, USA. He is looking forward to using the Sentinel V ADCP instrument for his near-shore experiment as he thinks that adding the pressure sensor in the former Workhorse current... (read more)
2015-06-30 08:28:45

Plankton Sampler and MINIpack in Nvshuttle

Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) has delivered an instrumented towed undulating oceanographic recorder, Nv-Shuttle, to the Marine and Coastal Management Group of the Department of Environment and Tourism, Cape Town, South Africa to be utilised within their ongoing and future monitoring programs in the Benguela system. This acquisition has been funded by the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME) program, in which Angola, Namibia and South Africa jointly identify and manage transboundary resources of the BCLME. The Nv-Shuttle will first be used on the RV Africana and the RV Algoa to complement the routine St Helena Bay and SARP monitoring lines,... (read more)
2005-09-18 12:00:00

Valeport Reveals the Latest Sensor and Software Updates

Valeport is using Ocean Business 2017 as a platform to highlight a number of exciting new developments across its range this year. The company is showcasing new and developed technologies at its stand, M1. dredgeMATE A new sensor especially designed for the dredging community, which will be on show for the first time at Ocean Business. The new dredgeMATE turbidity sensor integrates with the popular and capable SWiFT SVP (CTD) to produce a useful profiler for any survey requiring CTD and turbidity. Valeport Connect The latest software from Valeport for use on iOS and Android was presented by product manager, Jim... (read more)
2017-04-04 05:39:29

Calibration of Hydrographic Instruments

The MacArtney Group has started a calibration and maintenance service for oceanographic and hydrographic intruments: CTD probes, sound velocity sensors, current sensors, laser particle analysers, nutrient analysers and the repair of probes. These services can be carried out according to military standards. The service is available from branch office MBT – Meerestechnisches Büro Turla in Kiel (Germany). (read more)
2006-10-24 12:00:00

Andrew Ziegwied System Sales Manager

Andrew Ziegwied has joined the MacArtney Ocean Science team as System Sales Manager. A University of Washington School of Oceanography graduate, Andrew will be based in the US and will share his experience in the application and integration of underwater instrumentation.   His background includes field work with Evans-Hamilton, Inc. and application engineering with CTD manufacturer Sea-Bird Electronics, Inc.       (read more)
2007-09-10 03:34:23

XRX Series Multi-Parameter Data Logger

RBR is pleased to announce the introduction of the XRX Series of multi-parameter data loggers. Ten sensor channels can now be handled by a single instrument, including CTD, Turbidity, Fluorescence, pH, DO, ORP and other physical and biological parameters. The unit supports RS232 and RS485 data communications and external power, in addition to the standard internal autonomous mode. The XRX is an extension of the existing RBR the sensor and logger range and the depth rating is down to 740m, depending on the sensors fitted.   This RBR Data Logger is field upgradeable and delivers a flexible and upgradeable instrument... (read more)
2008-07-18 12:00:00

TRIAXUS ROTV for CSIRO

MacArtney has supplied a TRIAXUS remotely operated towed underwater vehicle to the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia's national science agency, and one of the largest and most diverse agencies in the world. The TRIAXUS underwater vehicle will be utilised on Australia’s Marine National Facility research vessel, the Investigator, in a diverse range of oceanographic research activities. Currently fitted with a CTD, laser optical plankton counter, transmissometer, fluorescence and PAR sensors, the TRIAXUS is well suited to many aspects of plankton research, however, utilising the CTD the TRIAXUS is also intended to be used in investigations of frontal... (read more)
2014-06-27 12:00:00
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