After a tight competition, Nortek has decided to award the 2016 Nortek Day competition not to just one, but two globally distinguished universities: Griffith University in Queensland, Australia, and Texas A&M University in the southern United States.
Europe and Scotland invest in marine renewable energy by establishing a world-class current and wave research capability with MERIKA at the University of Highlands and Islands.
This year’s Nortek European User Symposium provided a platform for users and interested parties to come together and discuss projects, challenges, solutions and findings related to Nortek’s pulse coherent instruments.
Although Nortek’s Vector velocimeter is more accustomed to highly energetic environments such as those found in surf zones, researchers in Japan have recently showed that it is equally at home in much more gentle — yet just as challenging — conditions.
The Kon-Tiki2 expedition is on a quest to contribute to environmental research as well as experimental archeology. Nortek is lending scientific support as the expedition sets out to document climate change, marine life and pollution in the Southern Pacific.
Nortek’s Signature series has been nominated for the award of “most promising new tool to support developers and original equipment manufacturers” at this year’s International Tidal Energy Summit. The award is applicable to companies with new technology, tools, or methodologies that support engineering and project management decisions for tidal technology developers and original equipment manufacturers.