Richard Burt, Sales & Marketing Director, Chelsea Technologies Group addressed the Fifth Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Global Conference on Oceans, Coasts and Islands on the future of oceanographic sensors and technology and shared his vision of future developments.
Chelsea’s range of hydrocarbon fluorimeters are being deployed in the Gulf of Mexico to monitor the extent of the oil spill.
RoboVault, the Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based storage facility, has installed environmental sensors to monitor the climate at its self-storage facility
A U.S. Navy team recently shot four aerial vehicles with a laser, integrated with combined-beam fiber
Satellites built by Northrop Grumman Corporation and Raytheon Company partook in a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense
Textron Systems Corp. has merged with Crane Wireless Monitoring Solutions (WMS)
The business unit of General Dynamics, General Dynamics United Kingdom Ltd, acquired Kylmar (KMC) Ltd., a sensor and optical surveillance company that specializes in products suitable for security and military applications. Although the value of the cash transactions remain undisclosed, the cash transaction is slated to be accretive to 2011 earnings of General Dynamics.
LIOS Technologies has revealed that it has been introduced cyber security into Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) systems due to the frequent occurrences of breaches in security.
The Gulf of Mexico’s oil spill is moving to the Lousiana coast as per the most recent image provided by the Envisat of ESA.
Eyasco has introduced a new, advanced monitoring system called the QuB monitoring system.