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LINK offers a continuously evolving series of live and recorded webinars, training courses, podcasts, customer case studies, and more.
Check out our continuously evolving content below. LINK delivers something for everyone.
A quick introduction to Teledyne RDI's new Q-View data QA/QC software design to operate with TRDI's WinRiver II software for inland ADCP applications.
Teledyne RDI Q-View Software Introduction
In this summer series of podcasts, we introduce the winners of our Teledyne Marine Academic Grant for 2020. 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.
In this episode, we meet Tim Noyes, a PhD candidate at the University of Salford, UK and a research specialist at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences in Bermuda. Tim's research focuses on determining spatial and temporal trends of mesophotic reef fish biodiversity. Using the awarded Sentinel V100 ADCP from RD Instruments and the Benthos R500 Acoustic Release system, Tim will be working to quantify the hydrodynamic variability within the mesophotic coral ecosystems and adjacent shallow-water reefs.
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Introduction to the Teledyne PDS Trailing Suction Hopper Dredge applicationThis movie is an introduction to the PDS Trailing Suction hopper Dredge application. The movie demonstrates how a vessel configuration looks for a hopper dredger, the Acquisition with a brief description of the used views and the calibration utility to calibrate the suction tubes, the load and draught and the vessel empty weight.
Brand: Teledyne PDS
Product: Teledyne PDS
Length: < 20 minutes
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Mapping a Glacial Landslide
In this case study a Teledyne Oceanscience Z-Boat 1800-RP, remotely operated unmanned surface vehicle, was set out to assess a massive landslide at Taan Fiord in Southeast Alaska. With a grant from the National Science Foundation, researcher Dan Shugar from the University of Washington Tacoma traveled with a team to investigate the damage. The Z-Boat proved to be a useful tool, dodging icebergs and getting into areas too dangerous for a larger ship.
Technology Addressed: Z-boat 1800RP
Introduction to DVLs for Navigating ROVs
Join us for this webinar detailing the technology and use of Doppler Velocity Logs (DVLs) for navigating ROVs (and other underwater vehicles). Jerry Mullison will deliver an introductory primer, explaining basic concepts affecting DVL navigation and the value you'll derive by adding precise positioning.
Advanced Acoustic Telemetry for Fish Tracking
Presenter: Richard Vallee, VP of Fish Tracking Sales, Innovasea
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM EDT (3:00 PM - 3:30 PM BST)
An industry pioneer for four decades, Innovasea’s groundbreaking tracking technology helps researchers push the boundaries of science to deliver accurate data and the cutting-edge research used to protect habitats and safeguards species. Learn how Teledyne Benthos CM-903 Compact Modems are enabling their VR4 UWM (Underwater Modem) to be used for tracking and recording tagged fish populations. In this webinar, Richard Vallee, Vice President of Fish Tracking Sales at Innovasea, will introduce you to this innovative technology and guide you through several real-world case studies.
Introducing the NEW Wayfinder DVL for Micro Vehicles
Has precision navigation for your mico vehicle been out of reach? Not any longer. Join us for this exciting webinar in which Teledyne RDI will introduce you to the brand new Wayfinder DVL. Sometimes it's the little things, that will change everything.
Mapping the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Presenter: Jen Aitken, Research Scientist/Product Manager, Teledyne Optech
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM EDT (3:00 PM - 3:45 PM BST)
The Pacific Ocean is a hotspot for waste that we dump from our coastal cities or lose overboard from ships. Its currents push the trash into the middle of the ocean where it remains for years, concentrated into a region called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Scientists and environmentalists are considering ways to reduce plastic waste including Ocean Cleanup who have came with the idea of using static floating barriers that could capture trash before it could break down. First, however Ocean Cleanup needed to know where to deploy its barriers and how much garbage to expect. This is where our sister company, Teledyne Optech’s,
CZMIL bathymetric airborne lidar sensor came in. We'll share the project details,
technology and results with our webinar attendees.