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New Online Learning & Collaboration Portal Launches

Welcome to LINK, Teledyne Marine’s new online collaboration center that allows our customers to explore, learn, share and connect – all from a single, online location. This portal will host an evolving series of live and recorded webinars including customer case studies, interviews, product launches, and training, as well as a growing series of podcasts, articles, and more. 

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Teledyne Marine Announces 2020 Academic Product Grant Awards

Teledyne Marine is delighted to announce the winners of their 2020 Academic Product Grant.  This grant offers universities and institutions the opportunity to utilize several of our flagship products free of charge for up to a six-month period to support their research programs.  

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Emad Javaid Joins Teledyne Marine as Regional Sales Director

Teledyne Marine is pleased to announce that Emad Javaid has joined Teledyne Marine Systems as Regional Sales Director for Vehicles in the Middle East.
Emad brings over 15 years of experience in sales and business development in the advance industrial inspection equipment industry for the Oil and Gas market. 

Canadian Users Conference Cancelled 

Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, we’ve made the difficult decision to cancel our Canadian Users Conference scheduled to take place in Halifax, Canada on September 29-30, 2020.
We are working on a concept to deliver some of this planned content via a virtual event.  Please watch for further details.
Upcoming Webinars 

How a rapidCAST Underway Profiling System can Equal Big Savings 

Join Paul Devine, Regional Sales Manager (Oceans) Americas on April 30, 2020 at 11.00 am - 11.30 am EDT, who will tell you all about Teledyne Marine’s innovative rapidCAST system, and how it’s being used to eliminate survey downtime and minimize bathymetry data uncertainty, resulting in big savings for our customers.

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Where the Heck is my Mooring? We Can Tell You!

Join Julia Rugo, Applications Engineer on May 6th, 2020 at 10.00 am - 10.30 am EDT. Gone are the days of deploying your mooring and hunting and pecking to relocate it for recovery. Save valuable time and money by surveying in precisely where your instruments are deployed for fast and easy detection and recovery. Julia will tell you about our latest acoustic release advancements, including our exciting new GNSS capability, which you can easily access via a software upgrade. 

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Latest Podcasts

Studying Ice Shelves in the Western Ross Sea

Listen now to episode 5 of Marine Tech Talk, where you'll hear from Dr, Alexander Forrest, an Associate Professor for the Environmental Robotics Laboratory in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Forrest discusses recent trips to the Western Ross Sea to examine fluid dynamics under the massive ice shelves using a Slocum Glider outfitted with a Rockland Scientific microturbulence sensor.

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Using Artificial Intelligence for Cleaner Survey Data

On episode 6 of the Marine Tech Talk podcast, we are talking to Michael Redmayne the US Sales Manager for Teledyne Caris, a marine geospatial software company. Teledyne Caris has just released a new cloud based platform that uses Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning algorithms to identify noise in 3D point clouds generated by acoustic sensor platforms. The end result is clean data in a fraction of the standard time without t​he usual manual “dot killing".

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Case studies

Monitoring Climate Checkpoint with ADCP Transects 

Oceanographers often point to an overturning circulation in the North Atlantic to explain the ocean’s role in the earth’s climate system. Tom Rossby (University of Rhode Island) and Charles Flagg (State University of New York) anticipated that changes in the warm Atlantic inflow (upper limb of AMOC) might be a forerunner to changes in deepwater formation. Learn how they’ve established long-term monitoring at key sections across 60°N to clarify pathways and volume fluxes of Atlantic Waters into the Nordic Seas.

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Feature Video

Storm and Mammal Monitoring with the Slocum G3 Glider

Learn about three different uses for the Slocum G3 glider in this new animation from Teledyne Webb Research.  The Slocum G3 Glider is shown on a Storm Monitoring mission, Krill Monitoring, and Mammal detection. Slocum Gliders are used for these applications and many more by researchers around the globe.

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Feature Product
Tasman DVL 

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Increased bottom tracking range: track up to 160 m altitude with the 600 kHz DVL, and 420 m with the 300 kHz DVL.
 Improved accuracy: offers industry leading velocity accuracies throughout the entire altitude range and with no pre-calibration required. 
★ Leak sensor: real-time leak detection monitoring provides peace of mind and strategic decision-making for critical missions. 
★ Transducer health monitor: provides insight, in near real-time, about the status of the transducer, and alerts the user of potential problems. 
Products at work around the globe

Underwater Gliders Discover Previously Hidden Patches of Water 

Scientists based at Oban have discovered previously hidden “patches” of water between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans using marine robots. Read More >

Underwater Glider Collects Data to Study Red Tide Bloom Dynamics off Gulf Coast of Florida 

An autonomous underwater glider named Stella has been diligently collecting water property data off the coast of Palm Harbor, FL, for 12 days. Read More >