Nortek exhibited a new generation DVL with workclass capability that fits in the palm of your hand and offers higher precision navigation than existing DVLs. The new Nortek DVL offers bottom lock for greater ranges, soft bottoms, and operation very close to the bottom. In addition to the robust bottom track, the data stream contains information such as data quality parameters and time stamps with a 1-millisecond resolution. Precise knowledge of when the velocity estimates were made provides more accurate navigation. They will also exhibit the complete range of their Signature series current profilers.

The Signature series of ADCPs offers the capability to measure flow phenomena and other flow parameters that have not been possible to measure before. Examples of these are the combination of ice drift and currents, turbulence, and ultra-long current profiles with a self-contained instrument. These measurements will be important to the oceanographic community in the times ahead.

Their exhibits tied in with the Aquaculture; Hydrography, Geophysics and Geotechnics; Marine Renewables; Ocean Observing Systems: Marine Technology and Services Sector Role in the Blue Economy; and Unmanned Vehicles and Vessels Showcase conference streams. 

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