ocean hydrophone News

  • Chelsea`s hydrophone arrays are being used by the NTNU to study the reactions of fish to sound

    “Chelsea has been working with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) for a number of years”, said Chelsea’s acoustics specialist Paul Bolton,  “they initially commissioned us to custom design a 6m vertical acoustic hydrophone array  in order to conduct novel underwater acoustic experiments.  This was followed by the design of three 8m ...


    By Chelsea Technologies Group

  • Teledyne Benthos Welcomes New Senior Director of Business Development

    Teledyne Benthos, Inc., a Massachusetts based manufacturer of ocean instrumentation and underwater survey systems added a new member to its executive team – Senior Director of Business Development, Justin Manley. Teledyne Benthos is proud to welcome Manley, a dynamic professional who will help guide the Company's continued growth. In his new role, Manley will manage and advance a diverse product ...


    By PRWeb

  • AutoNaut Ltd formally partners with NOC Marine Robotics Innovation Centre

    AutoNaut Ltd, a global leader in autonomous wave propelled vessels, has formally become a partner with the Marine Robotics Innovation Centre. UK-based AutoNaut and the NOC has enjoyed a long-term relationship since 2013 and this move is a sign of the company’s increasing ambitions. Recent investment from the Seiche Group has enabled AutoNaut to expand manufacturing facilities and ...

  • The new DAQ Device from SAIL is set to Revolutionise Acoustic Monitoring

    St Andrews Instrumentation (SAIL), pioneers in passive acoustic monitoring instrumentation, is pleased to announce the launch of its new data acquisition device (DAQ) at Ocean Business 2015, stand V38. Encased in compact and robust IP51 housing, the new SAIL DAQ device is a compact and easy to use solution for real time data retrieval. Simply connect a Hydrophone or Microphone or other inputs and ...

  • Feds approve oil exploration off US Eastern Coast

    The Obama administration has sided with energy developers over environmentalists, approving the use of underwater blasts of sound to pinpoint oil and gas deposits in federal Atlantic Ocean waters. The regulatory decision is the first real step toward what could be an economic transformation in East Coast states, potentially creating a new energy infrastructure, thousands of jobs and billions of ...


    By Associated Press

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