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22 SECTION B • Industrial Firms • BG 2017 www.sea-technology.com Franatech GmbH In der Marsch 8, 21339 Lüneburg, Germany; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.franatech.com Developers, manufacturers and suppliers of underwater sen- sors and systems for dissolved gases (methane, CO 2 , etc.). Fugro Chance Inc. 200 Dulles Dr., Lafayette, LA 70506, USA; (337) 237- 1300; FAX (337) 237-0011; email@example.com; www.fugrochance.com Complete line of survey and positioning services for the ma- rine market. Quality surveying since 1957. A member of the Fugro group of companies. Fugro GEOS Inc. Member of The Fugro GEOS Group 6100 Hillcroft (P.O. Box 740010, Houston, TX 77274), Houston, TX 77081, USA; (713) 346-3600; FAX (713) 346- 3605; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.geos.com B. Williams, mng. dir. Fugro GEOS gathers, interprets and disseminates information about the oceans. It is the largest commercial organisation in this field, with over 200 personnel specialising in ocean- ography, meteorology, ocean engineering, structural moni- toring, information technology and project management. Fugro LADS Corporation Pty. Ltd. 7 Valetta Rd., Kidman Park, S.A. 5025, Australia; +61 8 8161 4100; FAX +61 8 8152 0008; email@example.com; www.fugrolads.com H. Parker, bus. dev. mgr. Airborne LiDAR bathymetry (ALB) and Hyperspectral data. Fugro LADS Corporation uses a combination of Fugro's new LADS HD ALB system and Riegl VQ-820-G topographic and shallow water laser scanner, and the Hyspex VNIR and SWIR Hyperspectral imagers to provide fast, cost-effective bathymetric and habitat survey services in shallow, com- plex or poorly surveyed waters for the following applica- tions: IHO-compliant nautical charting; territorial sea and EEZ delimitation and survey; scouting surveys for safe, cost- effective seismic survey; coastal zone management; marine resources and fisheries management; various construction and engineering activities; and climate change adaptation. The LADS technology uses laser pulses to gather accurate, high-density digital bathymetric data in up to 80 metres' water depth in clear water. Fugro LADS Corporation com- menced commercial operations in August 1998 and has executed contracts in Europe, Scandinavia, the Ameri- cas, Middle East, Asia Pacific and the Antarctic Territory. Fugro Pelagos, Inc. Division of Fugro 3574 Ruffin Rd., San Diego, CA 92123, USA; (858) 292- 8922; FAX (858) 292-5308; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.fugro-pelagos.com D. Millar, pres. Fugro Pelagos, Inc., headquartered in San Diego, California, with offices throughout the Americas, is a premier provider of hydrographic surveys, geographical surveys, seabed map- ping services, and marine geomatics software products. The company integrates and enhances advanced technolo- gies such as multibeam bathymetry, multibeam backscatter imagery, side scan sonar, sub-bottom profiler, ultra-high resolution marine geophysics, airborne LiDAR bathymetry, LiDAR reflectance imagery, and GIS in developing custom solutions to conduct marine hydrographic and geophysi- cal surveys. The purposes of survey include: safety at sea through nautical charting surveys; coastal resource manage- ment; fisheries habitat mapping; renewable energy; offshore oil and gas industry surveys; site characterization studies to support engineering and construction activities; and marine route surveys for pipelines, telecom fiber and power cables. Fugro Pelagos has successfully completed hundreds of hy- drographic & geophysical surveys throughout the world. *Falmouth Scientific, Inc. (FSI) 1400 Rte. 28A (P.O. Box 315), Cataumet, MA 02534-0315, USA; (508) 564-7640; FAX (508) 564-7643; email@example.com; www.falmouth.com J. Baker, pres., gen. mgr.; F. Hegg, v.p., engrg. Falmouth Scientific, Inc. (FSI) is a leader in the design and manufacture of precision oceanographic instrumenta- tion and systems. Our sensor-based products include sub- bottom and sonar imaging systems; current, wave and tide meters; acoustic transducer manufacturing and test; and acoustic positioning systems. Services include custom de- sign, development, integration and production of marine technology and value-added services such as prototyping, product assembly, potting, calibration, and pressure testing. *FarSounder, Inc. 151 Lavan St., Warwick, RI 02888, USA; (401) 784-6700; FAX (401) 216-8390; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.farsounder.com C. Zimmerman, CEO Suitable for surface and sub-surface vessels, FarSounder man- ufactures advanced 3D forward-looking sonars with patented technology that have revolutionized marine navigation and transportation. With a 90º field of view, underwater obstacles and various "in water" targets such as whales, floating con- tainers or other similar hazards are easily detected and shown on a unique 3-dimensional display out to a 1,000 m range. The company also has a range of products for underwater security applications such as 360º vessel, port perimeter surveillance and diver detection/localization. Current appli- cations also include fisheries work and real-time surveying. *J.W. Fishers Mfg. Inc. 1953 County St., East Taunton, MA 02718, USA; (508) 822-7330; 1-800-822-4744; FAX (508) 880-8949; email@example.com; www.jwfishers.com B. Fisher, COO; C. Combs, sls. mgr. Underwater metal detectors; magnetometers; side scan so- nars; scanning sonars; ROVs; underwater video; transponders & pingers; pipe & cable tracking systems; sub-bottom profilers. Fisk Marine Insurance International, LLC 8110 Breakwater Dr., New Orleans, LA 70124, USA; (504) 302-4400; www.FiskUSA.com Providing ALL TYPES of INSURANCE for marine industries such as commercial diving contractors, offshore project managers/ consultants/engineers, oceanographic equipment operators/ dealers/manufacturers, marine contractors and oilfield service companies, vessel operators, ship repair companies, etc... Focal Technologies A Moog Inc. Company 77 Frazee Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Z4, Canada; (902) 486-2263; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.moog.com/marine S. Taylor, sls. & bus. dev. mgr. Focal specializes in providing electrical slip rings, fiber optic rotary joints, hydraulic utility swivels and fiber optic multi- plexer solutions for the worldwide marine industry, including ROV, seismic, FPSO turret and oceanographic applications. Central California 4820 McGrath Street, Suite 100 Ventura, CA 93003, USA (805) 650-7000; FAX (805) 568-6679 Northwest - Anchorage 5761 Silverado Way, Suite 0 Anchorage, AK 99518, USA (907) 561-3478; FAX (907) 561-5123 FURUNO USA, Inc. 4400 N.W. Pacific Rim Blvd., Camas, WA 98607, USA; (360) 834-9300; FAX (360) 834-9400; email@example.com; www.furunousa.com Since its inception in 1948, when the world's first fish finder was commercialized, FURUNO has been respond- ing to the needs of the maritime industry through devel- oping various types of marine electronics. Today, FURU- NO is a total marine electronics manufacturer, building commercial grade equipment for a variety of markets. General Oceanics, Inc. 1295 N.W. 163rd St., Miami, FL 33169-9922, USA; (305) 621-2882; FAX (305) 621-1710; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.generaloceanics.com Full line of water quality instruments. Conductiv- ity, temperature, depth, DO, Ph recorders. Water sam- plers: Niskin, GO-FLO, rosettes standard and mini; blocks and metering systems; current and flow meters; plankton and oil spill nets; PCO 2 monitoring system. General Plastics Manufacturing Company 4910 Burlington Way, Tacoma, WA 98409, USA; (253) 473-5000; email@example.com; https://www.generalplastics.com/ General Plastics' R-3300 submersible buoyancy foam is a closed-cell polyurethane foam that comes in four den- sities. These may be ordered in large blocks as well as in custom sizes. The foam is crush- and water-resistant, easy to machine and paint, and biologically inert. Gen- eral Plastics also provides CNC machining services. Geoforce Group Limited 10 Akerley Blvd., Unit 14, Dartmouth, NS B3B 1J4, Cana- da; 1 (902) 463-0932; FAX 1 (902) 464-9602; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.geoforcegroup.com U. Lobsiger, mktg. & innovation Geoforce manufactures the Geoforce DTS™ boomer/ sparker sub-bottom profiler and a deep-sea drop camera. We also offer technical expertise in field operations, equip- ment service and rentals for the offshore geophysical and oceanographic industry. Geoforce and precursor companies have a track record of 40 years with more than 400 suc- cessful geo-science projects. Clients include government agencies, universities, oil companies and offshore contrac- tors. Our project list spans the globe from the Arctic to the Antarctic and from the North Sea to the South China Sea. Each asterisked company has a display ad in this edition of the Sea Technology Buyers Guide/Directory. See our Advertiser Index on page 118.