Teledyne Marine has created a new online portal that allows customers to explore, learn, and share, all from a single, online hub.
Our LINK portal offers an evolving series of live and recorded webinars, training courses, podcasts, customer case studies, and more to help our customers gain a better understanding of our tools and technology.
Check out our latest content below.
Feature Marine Tech Talk Podcast
Episode 36 - Designing a Highly Mobile Hydrographic Survey System for Rapid Response
Guest: Jeff Prisco, Senior System Engineer, Charles River Analytics
Join us for a discussion with Jeff Prisco, Senior Systems Engineer at Charles River Analytics on their newly created highly mobile hydrographic survey system designed specifically for rapid response in any area. The new system, named MOANA, allows the user to ship and utilize the system anywhere by using readily available flotation assist and commercially available batteries, thus eliminating bulky shipments and hazardous shipment requirements.
For more information on Charles River Analytics visit their website - https://cra.com/
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Oceanology International 2022 Presentations
To help customers navigate our many solutions, we created a theater space on our booth at OI London where we delivered a number of presentations designed to enlighten and inspire. We provided updates on our latest technology and demonstrated how and where our products are being used alone, and in combination, to solve the difficult challenges our customers face in key markets, including: Oceanographic, Energy, Infrastructure, Defense and Security, and Marine Life.
So, grab a cup of coffee, relax, and catch up on what you missed at OI London – without even leaving your desk.
Watch Grant Jennings from Teledyne RDI to learn about our new 300 kHz OEM Pathfinder Doppler Velocity Log (DVL), as well as other exciting navigation product line advancements.
Check back later for upcoming webinars!
Watch this recorded webinar, where presenters from all three organizations detail this collaborative effort, and explain how and why DSC Vision is destined to change the way we dredge.