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Registration is Open for the 2017
Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop


September 14, 2017

This three-day workshop held October 15-18, 2017 at Catamaran Resort in San Diego, California is preceded by a full day of networking opportunities and includes customer presentations, product and software training, field service meetings, networking opportunities and on-water demonstrations provided by Teledyne Marine’s top-tier oceanographic manufacturers.

Products include ADCPs, CTDs, DVLs, imaging and mapping sonar and software, motion sensors, navigation systems, AUVs, ROVs, lights, cameras, modems, gliders, surface vehicles, interconnect solutions and other marine technologies.

Morning sessions are comprised of four concurrent tracks dedicated to presentations given by Teledyne users from around the globe sharing their experiences, challenges and solutions using Teledyne products in a wide array of application areas including offshore energy, oceanographic research, hydrography, security and defense, civil engineering, river and stream monitoring and aquaculture and fisheries.

Learn more and register for the event online: www.teledynemarine.com/events/teledyne-marine-technology-workshop-2017

Read Teledyne's “13 Reasons Why You Should Attend the Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop.”

SOURCE: Teledyne Marine






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