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Sea Technology Services engineers, Derek Needham and André Hoek, in support of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s Ocean Systems & Climate group’s recent Slocum G2 glider acquisition, attended a piloting, maintenance and technical refurbishment course at the Teledyne Webb Research facility in Falmouth, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Development and testing of an enhanced version of the Sea Technology Services' Acoustic Optical Sensor (AOS) units has been successfully completed and a production phase has begun, with a delivery of eight systems to NOAA’s Advanced Survey Technologies (AST) group scheduled for November.
We are pleased to announce that Sea-Bird Scientific has awarded Sea Technology Services an exclusive agreement to represent Sea-Bird Scientific in Angola, expanding our existing commitment to provide Sea-Bird Scientific users in Southern Africa with a world-class equipment supply and engineering support service.
Bellevue, Washington Oct 1st, 2013
Sea-Bird Scientific is pleased to announce the formation of a new senior Science Team led by Norge Larson. The Science Team will focus scientific resources from Sea-Bird Electronics, WET Labs and Satlantic on the critical needs of the oceanographic and water quality communities to drive innovation and sensor technology development across Sea-Bird Scientific.
Sea Technology Services Hydro-Acoustic Calibration Control Units for Hawaii based research ship Oscar Elton Settee and new San Diego based Reuben Lasker.
Sea Technology Services, via its U.S.A. representative Kim Dietrich, has been awarded an order from ECS Federal, Inc, for an enhanced model Sea Technology Services Hydro-Acoustic Calibration Control Unit, to be fitted aboard the newly built NOAA research ship, Reuben Lasker, recently launched by Marinette Marine Corporation.
Sea-trials of the Sea Technology Services designed, and recently installed, Scientific Data System (SDS), aboard the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) ship R.S. Algoa, were successfully completed during her recent cruise from Cape Town to Durban.
Sea Technology Services is pleased to announce that NOAA’s U.S.A. Antarctic Ecosystem Research Group (AERG) have contracted Sea Technology Services to supply the oceanographic engineering support for their winter-cruise portion of their 2013-2014 Antarctic Field Program, around the South Shetland Islands, board the R.V. Palmer.
- Testing of a trawl net mounted Sea-Bird Electronics SBE 19 plus V2 CTD system begins
- First Liquid Robotics Wave Glider deployed from Africa, in support of CSIR’s SOCCO program
- Sea Technology Services welcomes Natalie Turnbull to the team!
- SkiMonkey III - Revealing the seabed between Prince Edward and Marion Islands