The global warming cloud has a silver lining for UK oceanographic, hydrographic and hydrometric instrumentation manufacturer Valeport, which has reported a surge in sales of tide gauge equipment in its most recent quarter.
Leading manufacturer of hydrographic and oceanographic instrumentation Valeport of Totnes, Devon, UK chose last month’s Seawork International for the launch of its latest self-contained tidal observation system, TideStation.
Valeport in Devon, UK, has reported a multiple delivery of 31 TideMaster tide gauges, 14 mini-SVS sound velocity sensors and a similar quantity of its miniSVP sound velocity profilers to the Indonesian Directorate General of Sea Transportation (HUBLA) in a venture carried out in association with South East Asian distributors, Hydronav Services of Singapore and Jakarta.
Swift SVP, a new compact sound velocity profiler for shallow water operations, was among a clutch of new developments announced at Ocean Business by hydrographic and oceanographic instrumentation specialists, Valeport of Totnes, UK.
Oceanographic and hydrographic instrumentation specialists Valeport have released their latest operating software, DataLog X2, which can be downloaded for free from the Totnes based-company’s website (www.valeport.co.uk).
Advanced Undersea Vehicles and Systems (AUV-S) LLC based in Houston, Texas has appointed Cornwall, UK-based Swathe Services as exclusive sales distributor for the UK and Europe.
Production is now underway on Valeport’s latest innovation - the new UV-SVP (Underwater Vehicle – Sound Velocity Profiler) - a small and compact direct reading package aimed primarily at AUV and ROV users, which delivers high accuracy data to compliment survey work.
Hydrographic and oceanographic instrumentation specialist Valeport of Totnes in Devon UK has developed a new radar pulsed k-band radar level sensor designed to operate seamlessly with its TideMaster tidal logger, the VRS-20.
A fresh approach to problems of underwater positioning is possible with its new VA500 Altimeter, say oceanographic and instrumentation specialists Valeport of Totnes, Devon UK.
A fresh approach to the problem of underwater positioning is possible with the new VA500 Altimeter, especially when paired with the company’s highly accurate pressure sensor, says Kevin Edwards of Valeport.
Instrumentation specialist Valeport of Devon UK has teamed with Oceanscience in California to develop an underway sound velocity (SV) profiling system.
Instrumentation specialists Valeport of Totnes, Devon UK have launched TideMaster, a new versatile tide gauge designed for both short and long term applications.
SHOM, the French Navy’ s Hydrographic & Oceanographic Service in Brest, has commissioned 14 miniSVS sound velocity sensors and five miniSVT sound velocity with temperature sensors from Totnes UK based Valeport, which has been a preferred supplier of this type of instrumentation to the organisation for a number of years.
Valeport in Totnes, one of the UK’ s leading manufacturers of hydrographic and oceanographic instrumentation, is now in its 40th year and has launched a new perpetual warranty programme covering any of its products.
Oceanographic instrumentation specialists Valeport of Totnes, an exhibitor at Seawork 2005 , has extended its range of depth profilers with introduction of Midas BathyPack for calculation of water column density profiles.
Among new developments on show at seawork was Midas TMS from Valeport , which the Totnes-based company claims to represent an evolution in the field of tide gauges and environmental monitoring stations.
Valeport of Totnes reports a repeat order from the Royal Navy for its Model 740 portable tide gauges, to be used in support of survey applications. Also being supplied are miniSVS sound velocity sensors.
Instrumentation specialists Valeport of Totnes, Devon have introduced a new seabed-mounted tide recorder for hydrographic, oceanographic and marine civil engineering applications, Midas. Designed for precise water level measurements where conventional units attached to piers and jetties are not practicable, the system can also be used as part of an in-line mooring assembly.
Dartmouth-based Valeport has received an order from the Royal Navy for 23 of its Series 740 portable tide gauge/water level recorders which will be used in support of hydrographic survey activities worldwide.