The MacArtney Group will be making good use of the 2014 edition of the Oceanology International exhibition to premiere and showcase a number of new underwater technology products and solutions aimed at the ocean science, oil and gas, dredging and diving industries.
These additions will include a new SubConn® coax connector series for carrying HD signal, a number of innovative additions to the LUXUS range of cameras and lights, the NEXUS MK VI HD multiplexer and last but not least, a brand new remotely operated towed vehicle (ROTV) based data acquisition solution named FLEXUS. The FLEXUS is empowered by a state-of-the-art MacArtney NEXUS MK-E multiplexer which can easily be demounted for use onboard other sensor platforms and systems such as CTDs, benthic tow sledges and drop camera systems. This high degree of cross-application flexibility makes the NEXUS enabled FLEXUS a highly competitive choice as an all round and cost effective monitoring and data acquisition tool.
Held in London at the ExCeL Exhibition and Convention Centre, Oceanology International (OI) is the world’s largest exhibition for marine science and technology and is widely recognised as the global forum where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the marine technology and ocean science community. “The event will be attended by the bulk of key stakeholders, operators and decision makers within all marine industries and this makes OI the perfect occasion for fielding our new underwater technology solutions,” says MacArtney Group Sales and Marketing Director, Marco MacArtney.
Beyond the new launches, MacArtney will feature a broad range of established and recently introduced systems and products on its newly designed exhibition stand, number D200. These will include a FOCUS-2 ROTV, a wide selection of SubConn®, OptoLink and MacAPI connectors, Sensorbot technology, a heavy duty offshore Medium Voltage Inline Termination and a fresh-off-the-assembly-line original MacArtney CORMAC stainless steel winch.