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Virtual Conference: Industry Role in Seabed 2030  

Thursday, June 11, 2020 
The Marine Technology Society (MTS) will host a virtual conference to discuss the global Seabed 2030 project. In order to achieve the ambitious goal of mapping the world’s oceans by the year 2030, we will need to develop and deploy the next generation of ocean mapping technology. Mike Read, President of Teledyne Marine, along with other distinguished panelists will discuss the current state of the art, and unmet challenges in ocean mapping.
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Teledyne RDI DVL Trade Up Offer

After years as the proven industry standards, Teledyne RDI’s Workhorse Navigator and Explorer Doppler Velocity Logs (DVLs) are retired effective May 2020. 
The great news is we already have some amazing next-generation DVLs ready and waiting to take their place with enhanced features and performance specifications.
To help our customers make this transition, Teledyne RDI is pleased to announce two trade up offers. 
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Tina Hjort Lykke joins Teledyne Marine Europe as HR Director

Teledyne Marine is pleased to announce that Tina Hjort Lykke has joined Teledyne Marine as HR Director for Imaging in Europe. 

Tina brings over 20 years of experience in Human Resources and has previously worked as HR Manager and Business Partner in several Danish and International companies. Tina is based in our headquarters in Denmark.  

Training Videos Now Available on LINK

Our LINK portal now includes a rotating series of videos dedicated to training our customers on our products and software. Check out our current topics, which include: >> Visit Link
Upcoming Webinars 


Measuring Extreme Nearshore Storm Waves Off the Irish Coast 

Join us June 3, 2020 at 10:00 am - 10:30 am EDT as Professor Frederic Dias of University College Dublin shares extreme waves measurements collected using Teledyne RDI's Sentinel V ADCP. Professor Dias will present a statistical analysis of nearshore waves observed during two major North–East Atlantic storms in 2015 and 2017.
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SeaBat T-Series: Why do Tracker Autopilot and Normalized Backscatter go Hand-In-Hand?

Join Uni Bull, Senior Product Manager on June 10th, 2020 at 10:00 am - 10:30 am EDT. Uni will take you through his best tips on how to get the most out of your Teledyne RESON SeaBat T-series sonar and its many features.
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Latest Podcasts

New Technology Saves Old Bridges

Listen to episode 7 of Marine Tech Talk, where you'll hear from Roy Forsyth, Structural Engineer/Commercial Diver of Collins Engineers. Learn how Collins uses 3D sonar technology from Teledyne BlueView to conduct structural integrity inspections on bridges, dams, and other critical infrastructure, and the advantages it offers his company, customers and divers.
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Scouring the Sea for Ancient Shipwrecks

Episode 8 of Marine Tech Talk features Timmy Gambin, a wreck diver, maritime archeologist, and Associate Professor of Maritime Archeology in the Department of Classics and Archeology at the University of Malta. Through the use of state-of-the-art technologies, Professor Gambin has contributed to the discovery of over 25 ancient shipwrecks in places such as Spain, Italy, Sicily, and Croatia. 
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Case Studies

Lock on with Teledyne RDI's XRT Extended Range Tracking Option for DVLs 

With the flourishing use of DVL-based navigation on submerged vehicles, there is a push to operate at greater ranges from the seabed. This case study details how Teledyne RDI’s XRT option allows DVL users to optimize operations, expand their capabilities, and ultimately achieve greater cost-effectiveness by attaining bottom lock faster for improved position data.
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Feature Video

Have You Seen Our Series of Top 5 Videos Yet?

If not, you can catch them all on the Teledyne Marine ChannelThese videos, filmed by our sales staff working from home, offer a quick, casual and entertaining look at the top five features of some of our key products.
This sample video features Paul Devine, who details the top 5 reasons you should consider the new long-range Pinnacle ADCP for your next deployment.
>>Watch Paul's Video Here 
Feature Product

EchoTrac E20 Singlebeam

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The new ECHOTRAC E20 is a portable, compact and robust echosounder designed for survey in all environments, allowing you to maximize utilization and reduce costs by having one unit for all applications. 


  • Precise and reliable survey data for shorter data processing time

  • Dual channel survey from very shallow to deep sea - flexibility for all your survey projects, while maximizing investment

  • Compact system with minimal interfacing effort, for fast mobilization
  • Intuitive user interface, easy to use, so you can focus on the job at hand 
  • Compatible with a broad range of transducers and straightforward transducer interfacing

Products at Work Around the Globe

Quieter Seas: Measuring Noise Reduction in the Ocean During this Pandemic

A quieter environment for whales and marine life. For decades, it has been assumed that a quieter ocean could help take the Salish Sea’s southern resident killer whales off the endangered species list.
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Ocean Glider Found After Being Lost at Sea

The ocean circulation on the Southeast Florida shelf is complex due to the Gulf Stream. Oceanographic measurements have always been a challenge in this area. >>Read More 

The Blowfish Project: ROV Helps to Secure US Waterways

The research and development arm of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) has invested in a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) system capable of identifying and neutralizing underwater improvised explosive devices (UWIEDs). >>Read More 

Improving Hurricane Intensity Forecasts with Underwater Gliders

Hidden ocean data make clearer hurricane forecasts. A batch of underwater torpedo-shaped drone gliders will be off our coast just waiting to intercept a hurricane this summer. >>Read More