Ulmatec Baro produces a full range of systems to the seismic survey industry. One of these systems is the Barovane deflector. These deflector vanes are used to widen a tow with seismic instruments, extending the area covered in one pass.
A current article in SeaTecnology Magazine by Eric Siegel, Mark Walsh, and Atle Lohrmann highlights new opportunities available in digital signal processing for acoustic instrumentation development. The rapid improvements in high-speed digital components, substantially advanced by the medical ultrasound industry, are opening up for new product development
Nortek is happy to share SOHFEA with our community, a software package recently developed by Prof. Daniel McGinnis to handle large amounts of data and produce meaningful eddy flux data.
When the Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research (Chinese Academy of Sciences) needed two fully instrumented buoys for their research projects, Nortek China took on the challenge and delivered a successful solution to them!
When people drive over the 1.4 km long Tasman Bridge, in Hobart, Tasmania, they marvel at how graciously the Derwent River flows past the bridge. But few today know how this peaceful scenery was once a disaster scene.
The most dynamic and innovative oceanographic instrumentation company in the world is seeking new talent to join the North American team. Four (4) new positions, which offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, as well as challenging growth opportunities, have recently been added.