With the enormous focus on deep-water offshore activity in Brazil lately Nortek is pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Rio de Janeiro.
The UK company HR Wallingford has developed an automatic traverse system for the Vectrino, that facilitates highly accurate positioning of your probe(s) in the flume. Pre-programming of the system via Labview also makes it possible to let the experiment run overnight, without actually having to be there.
The US Army Corps of Engineers report real-time wave data using an array of six Nortek acoustic Doppler current profilers and wave gauges cabled to the Field Research Facility in Duck, NC
What a fantastic atmosphere! What an impressive list of highly interesting presentations! The 2010 User Symposium held at Nortek's main office in June was a big success in every aspect of the word, and we already look forward to next year's seminar with great enthusiasm. In the meantime you will find a list of this year's presentations here:
We are very pleased to announced the release of a new surface wave processor for the AWAC. The new board is referred to as the "ProLog" and it both serves as an online processor for integration with 3rd party data controllers and as a 4GB storage device.
We are pleased to announce the introduction of a new interface box that is designed specifically to be used with cabled online systems. The interface box includes "smart" features such as automatic shut down when a short circuit is detected.