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Teledyne Marine has created a new online portal that allows customers to explore, learn, and share, all from a single, online hub.

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.

Recorded Webinars 

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Feature Marine Tech Talk Podcast

Episode 35​ - Managing Waterways along the Suwannee River in Florida

Guests: Tara Rogers, Hydrologic Data Service Chief and Kevin Jones, Hydrologic Survey Technician, Suwannee River Water Management District​

Did you know that the Suwanee River Water Management District is responsible for managing the water supply, water quality, flood protection, and natural systems in a 15-county area of Florida including 13 different river basins, and over 450 springs? They do all of this with a core team of 66 staff members and a variety of hydrologic monitoring equipment from Teledyne RD Instruments. On this episode of the podcast we have an interesting and fun discussion with Tara Rogers and Kevin Jones on the scope of their work, areas of responsibility, challenging operating conditions, and how important the data they collect is to residents and even the National Weather Service. 
     



We believe the best way to learn from each other is to share our collective field and laboratory experience. 
Do you have an interesting Teledyne Marine application, discovery, or field tips or tools to help our customers optimize their deployments?  

If so, we’d love to hear from you. Please fill in a brief form, and a member of our team will contact you >

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Upcoming Webinars 

Feature Videos


Top Five Reasons Why You Need a SeaBat T-Series Multibeam Echosounder

Give us five minutes and we’ll give you the top 5 reasons why Teledyne Marine’s technology rocks!

Learn more about The SeaBat T-Series: http://www.teledynemarine.com/multibeam-echosounders/ or contact Arjan at Arjan.Rietveld@Teledyne.com



 

Why Choose a Phased Array DVL/ADCP?

Got 5 minutes? Join us for this Flash Talk that quickly walks you through one of our innovative Teledyne Marine solutions. Have you heard us mention the phased array technology used in our newest ADCP and DVL products? Wonder why we’ve made this switch? This flash talk, delivered by Jerry Mullison (Sr. Scientist, Teledyne RD Instruments) quickly and succinctly highlights the three key advantages that our phased array technology delivers vs. a traditional piston based design.
Want to take a deeper dive?  Attend our full on demand webinar on this topic>  https://www.video.teledynemarine.com/video/63058285/webinar-wednesday-smaller-sonars



 



BlueView 2D Training Series: Deployment Platforms, Sonar Selection & Considerations

Teledyne Blueview's 2D multibeam products are an industry standard, with thousands of these powerful sonars in operation around the globe serving a broad range of environments and applications.

Join our tech gurus Tyler Whitaker and Jon Robertson, as they provide detailed instruction, tips and tricks on a variety of topics to accelerate your learning and ensure you collect the highest quality data possible. Each session will conclude with a Q&A session to answer your unique questions.




BlueView 3D Training Series: Point Cloud Post-Processing Walkthrough

Trainers: Jon Robertson & Tyler Whitaker
Date: Thursday, June 3, 2021
Time: 11.00 AM - 11.45 AM EDT
(3.00 PM - 3.45 PM GMT)

 
Teledyne Blueview's 3D Multibeam Scanning Sonar is used around the world to create high resolution, laser-like, imagery of underwater areas, structures and objects of interest, even in low to zero visibility conditions.

Join our tech gurus Tyler Whitaker and Jon Robertson for this three-part training series where they will deliver detailed instruction and tips and tricks to accelerate your learning and ensure you collect the highest quality 3D data possible. Each session will conclude with a Q&A session to answer your unique questions.



BlueView  3DTraining Series: Deployment Platforms, Sonar Selection & Considerations

Trainers: Jon Robertson & Tyler Whitaker
Date: Thursday, May 20, 2021
Time: 11.00 AM - 11.45 AM EDT
(3.00 PM - 3.45 PM GMT)

 
Teledyne Blueview's 3D Multibeam Scanning Sonar is used around the world to create high resolution, laser-like, imagery of underwater areas, structures and objects of interest, even in low to zero visibility conditions.

Join our tech gurus Tyler Whitaker and Jon Robertson for this three-part training series where they will deliver detailed instruction and tips and tricks to accelerate your learning and ensure you collect the highest quality 3D data possible. Each session will conclude with a Q&A session to answer your unique questions.



BlueView 3D Training Series: Introduction to Proscan Software

Trainers: Jon Robertson & Tyler Whitaker
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2021
Time: 11.00 AM - 11.45 AM EDT
(3.00 PM - 3.45 PM GMT)

 
Teledyne Blueview's 3D Multibeam Scanning Sonar is used around the world to create high resolution, laser-like, imagery of underwater areas, structures and objects of interest, even in low to zero visibility conditions.

Join our tech gurus Tyler Whitaker and Jon Robertson for this three-part training series where they will deliver detailed instruction and tips and tricks to accelerate your learning and ensure you collect the highest quality 3D data possible. Each session will conclude with a Q&A session to answer your unique questions.




JASCO Acoustic Monitoring for Slocum Gliders

Teledyne Webb Research (TWR) and JASCO Applied Sciences have collaborated in the development of a near real-time Passive Acoustic Monitoring (PAM) capability utilizing TWR's slocum glider fitted with JASCO's OceanObserver payload. This capability was demonstrated in Q3 2018 in the Gulf of St Lawrence, Canada searching for North Atlantic Right Whales. The unique capabilities of this payload when integrated with the Slocum platform will be described. The Observer payload is applicable to other Teledyne platforms and can be integrated with many Teledyne sensors. JASCO’s ongoing development work with TWR, Reson and ODI will be mentioned. This talk should be of interest to anyone involved in mitigating the effects of underwater noise on marine environments, underwater acoustics, anti-submarine warfare or the use of Slocum gliders.