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Nortek Piezo Welcomes New Managing Director

Nortek Piezo Welcomes New Managing Director

Eric Siegel, former NortekUSA Business Development Manager, has taken the reigns at Nortek Piezo, Nortek's dedicated state-of-the-art piezo composite transducer development facility in Aberdeen, Scotland.

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New Year...New Learning Opportunities from Nortek

New Year...New Learning Opportunities from Nortek

Nortek extends educational and collaborative opportunities in 2014 with a new webinar series. Starting on 14 January 2014, Nortek will be launching the NortekKnowledge Speaker Series, covering a range of topics within current and wave monitoring. - "We are thrilled to extend our offering of knowledge-based seminars more regularly and conveniently," says CEO and founder, Atle Lohrmann.

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Profiling 1000m Range with a single sleek instrument !

Profiling 1000m Range with a single sleek instrument !

Earlier this year, the Nortek Signature Series long range profiler debut represented a breakthrough for us. We met and exceeded the profiling range goals we had set out to accomplish. However, starting from the ground up in hardware design, transducer manufacturing, and processing technology also took us beyond these goals.

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Nortek Expands Global Business Development Team

Nortek Expands Global Business Development Team

Nortek extends a warm welcome to our newest team member, David Velasco, who will work to expand Nortek's presence in the Asia Pacific region and Brazil.

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Finally: A Long Range Current Profiler With Nortek's Signature

Finally: A Long Range Current Profiler With Nortek's Signature

After years of pioneering the industry’s sleekest and most power-efficient ADCPs, Nortek introduces its longest range current profiler yet, the Signature75. Signature75 is built on an entirely new technology platform and offers novel, user-inspired capabilities.

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Opening for PhD Candidate  - Wave/Ice Radar

Opening for PhD Candidate - Wave/Ice Radar

Nortek, together with the University of Oslo, has an opening for a PhD candidate in the area of fluid mechanics with an emphasis on remote sensing of waves. The Research Council of Norway is funding this three year project titled "Coherent radar for environmental monitoring of ice, waves, and currents for oil and gas operations in the Arctic".

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