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AML Oceanographic

AML Oceanographic has been a manufacturer of high performance hydrographic and oceanographic equipment in Canada since 1974. Available through a global network of distributors, AML ensures quality support regardless of buyer location or language. In 2020, AML debuted the X2•Series Instrumentation and X2change™ sensors.

Genesis Group Inc.

Genesis is the commercialization arm of Memorial University, a Canadian leader in ocean engineering. • Seaformatics – a self-powered bottom-mounted ocean sensor platform. • Inspirus – intelligent sensors & a patented new sensor pointing device. • AOSL Thruster – a novel high performance thruster for ROVs/AUVs.

Optech

Optech is the world leader in high accuracy and productivity 3D lidar survey systems and workflows, and pioneered airborne bathymetric lidar systems. Leveraging decades of sensor development and bathymetric algorithm expertise, Optech leads the industry with CZMIL, the most productive system…

Resolution Optics Inc.

On display will be a submersible microscope that offers real-time, in-situ monitoring of water quality. The microscope and software can image, count, size and characterize anything in water ranging from 1 micron up to several mm. Applications include harmful algae bloom monitoring , detection and quantification of oil…
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