AXYS Ocean Renewables to Exhibit at Offshore Wind China 2012

AXYS Ocean Renewables Exhibits at Offshore Wind China 2102

The AXYS Ocean Renewables team announced that they will be exhibiting at Offshore Wind China 2012 in Shanghai, China between 30th May and June 1st, 2012, at stand E7-A057. As one of many world class exhibitors, the services offered by AXYS Ocean Renewables will be presented throughout the exhibition.

Offshore Wind China 2012 is Asia’s largest offshore wind event, combining a comprehensive, high-quality conference with a first class exhibition and incomparable networking opportunities.

The three-day event provides an exciting opportunity for the AXYS Ocean Renewables team to demonstrate its wide portfolio of remote sensing systems, including the WindSentinel, the world’s only commercially deployed floating wind resource assessment system and the TRIAXYS directional wave buoy, the only directional wave buoy with a current profiling option.

AXYS Technologies, Inc. designs, manufactures, distributes and maintains remote environmental data acquisition, processing and telemetry systems.

Subsea World News Staff, May 23, 2012; Image: AXYS

 

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