Sea Tech Buyers Guide

2018

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22 SECTION B • Industrial Firms • BG 2018 www.sea-technology.com General Plastics Manufacturing Company 4910 Burlington Way, Tacoma, WA 98409, USA; (253) 473-5000; sales@generalplastics.com; https://www.generalplastics.com/ General Plastics' R-3300 submersible buoyancy foam is a closed-cell polyurethane foam that comes in four densities and provides buoyancy to depths of 1,200 feet, uncoated. These may be ordered in large blocks and custom sizes. The foam is crush- and water-resis- tant, easy to machine and paint, and biologically inert. General Protection Engineering GmbH Bromattenweg 2, 3805 Goldswil b. Interlaken, Switzer- land; +41 79 5420078; hans.scheel@bluewin.ch; www.hans-scheel.ch H. J. Scheel, Dr.-Ing Submerged vertical barrier extending above sea level to protect against flooding from hurricanes and from tsunamis, with efficient construction technologies. Large sea reservoirs for waste disposal followed by new land, or for fish farming. *Geometrics, Inc. A Division of OYO USA 2190 Fortune Dr., San Jose, CA 95131-1815, USA; (408) 954-0522; FAX (408) 954-0902; sales@geometrics.com; www.geometrics.com; www.geometricspcable.com B. Hoekstra, v.p., sls. NO is a total marine electronics manufacturer, building commercial grade equipment for a variety of markets. GTS Consulting, Inc. 2726 Shelter Island Dr., Ste. 245, San Diego, CA 92106, USA; (858) 405-5810; FAX (619) 342-2332; info@gts-consulting.com; www.gts-consulting.com S. Gloor, pres. Manufacturers' representative. *General Dynamics Mission Systems 553 South St., Quincy, MA 02169, USA; (877) 449-0600; www.gdmissionsystems.com C. Zaffanella, v.p. & gen. mgr., maritime & strategic sys. Our maritime solutions are trusted above and below the open sea to address next-generation challenges. From secure communications to complex weapon systems, underwater vehicles to electronic warfare, our innovations equip the U.S. Navy, Coast Guard and maritime communities with a vast array of advantages to protect the freedom of the seas. Our family of Bluefin Robotics products consists of un- manned and autonomous underwater vehicles (UUV/AUV) and related technologies for defense, commercial and scien- tific customers worldwide. We offer a full range of modular, free-flooded UUV and AUV platforms and products, includ- ing more than 70 different sensors on over 100 vehicles. The blue-ducted thruster may be our most recognizable feature representing our long history of proven performance. General Oceanics, Inc. 1295 N.W. 163rd St., Miami, FL 33169-9922, USA; (305) 621-2882; FAX (305) 621-1710; sales@generaloceanics.com; 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. Franatech GmbH In der Marsch 8, 21339 Lüneburg, Germany; info@franatech.com; www.franatech.com Developers, manufacturers and suppliers of underwater sen- sors and systems for dissolved gases (methane, CO 2 , etc.). Fugro Marine GeoServices, Inc. Division of Fugro 3574 Ruffin Rd., San Diego, CA 92123, USA; (858) 292- 8922; FAX (858) 292-5308; info@fugro.com; www.fugro.com D. Millar, pres. Fugro Marine GeoServices, Inc., headquartered in San Di- ego, California, with offices throughout the Americas, is a premier provider of hydrographic surveys, geographical surveys, seabed mapping services, and marine geomatics software products. The company integrates and enhances advanced technologies such as multibeam bathymetry, mul- tibeam backscatter imagery, side scan sonar, sub-bottom pro- filer, ultra-high resolution marine geophysics, airborne LiDAR bathymetry, LiDAR reflectance imagery, and GIS in develop- ing custom solutions to conduct marine hydrographic and geophysical surveys. The purposes of survey include: safety at sea through nautical charting surveys; coastal resource man- agement; fisheries habitat mapping; renewable energy; off- shore oil and gas industry surveys; site characterization stud- ies to support engineering and construction activities; and marine route surveys for pipelines, telecom fiber and power cables. Fugro Marine has successfully completed hundreds of hydrographic & geophysical surveys throughout the world. FURUNO USA, Inc. 4400 N.W. Pacific Rim Blvd., Camas, WA 98607, USA; (360) 834-9300; FAX (360) 834-9400; info@furuno.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- In the darkness...comes clarity - Target sizing capability - Depth range of 1,000' (300m) - High resolution imagery - Sweep 360 degrees - ROV, pole or tripod mountable - User friendly software - Fast imaging - Commercial grade with a JW Fishers SCAN-650 Sector Scan Sonar JW Fishers Mfg., Inc. 1953 County Street East Taunton MA 02718 USA (800)822-4744 or (508)822-7330 Email: info@jwfishers.com www.jwfishers.com

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