Sunday, November 19, 2017

Oceanographic Edition

Publication Date: Feb 2015

Categories

  • ADCPs
  • Subsea networks
  • Data Collection & Processing
  • Environmental Sensors
  • Newfoundland & Labrador

Special Reports and Whitepapers

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Exploring Vast Opportunities

With the Newfoundland and Labrador Oil and Gas Industries Association (Noia)

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Teledyne Marine

Offering you a Sea of Oceanographic Solutions

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It’s Time to Think in not Months but Years!

480 Days and Counting For the past 16 months, AML Oceanographic has watched their sensors protected by UV•Xchange biofouling control technology produce accurate data. AML instruments were originally deployed in October of 2013 at Ocean Networks Canada’s Folger Pinnacle site and continue to operate today, suggesting a big step forward for environmental sensing.

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Shipboard ADCP Surveys

Mapping Subsurface Ocean Currents

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Networked Systems

Enable Ocean Observation

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Seaformatics

Empowering the Seafloor

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Kraken

Seeing With Sound

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SubC Imaging

Vision Underwater

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Canatec

Leading-edge technology to the rescue

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Provincial Aerospace

Eyes in the skies

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C-CORE

Smart solutions for challenging environments

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Fisheries and Marine Institute

Simulating a world of marine environments

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Oceanic Consulting Corporation

Predicting big things for the Arctic

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Whitecap Scientific

Adding a new dimension to underwater imaging

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AOSL

Unmanned Missions in Harsh Environments

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