Teledyne Technologies News

Slocum G3 Glider (Image: Teledyne Webb Research)

Teledyne Webb Research Wins $7 Mln NOAA Contract

Teledyne Webb Research, a division of Teledyne Technologies and a provider of neutrally buoyant, autonomous drifters and profilers, autonomous underwater gliding vehicles, and moored underwater sound sources, has received an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for the provision of Slocum gliders, sensors and service components. The award has a maximum value of $7 million over five years, with an initial procurement in excess of $600,000.The U.S. Antarctic Marine Living Resources (AMLR) Program of the NOAA Fisheries

Mike Read (Photo: Teledyne Marine)

5 Minutes with Mike Read, President, Teledyne Marine

Massachusetts. Teledyne Marine also benefits significantly from a close relationship with Teledyne Scientific, an internally funded Research & Development Center located in Thousand Oaks California.Teledyne Marine GroupTeledyne Marine is comprised of 23 undersea technology brands assembled by Teledyne Technologies Inc. Teledyne Marine’s technologies are broken out into five categories:Teledyne Marine ImagingTeledyne Marine Imaging group develops and manufactures acoustic and digital subsea imaging systems for a variety of application areas including offshore, hydrography, civil engineering, dredging

The Planck UAS returns to the WAM-V (Photo: Eric Haun)

Unmanned Vehicles In, On and Above the Water

from one of Marine Advanced Research’s 16’ WAM-V USVs to track the location and activity of the Z-Boat, holding station in the air to indicate targets of interest. A second WAM-V then traveled to the area to deploy a SeaBotix remotely operated vehicle (ROV) outfitted with an array of Teledyne technologies (Bowtech camera and lights, BlueView sonar, SeaBotix grabber and RDI Pathfinder DVL) to inspect the suspicious object on the seafloor or on the pier.   Also among the companies with vehicles in action was Arizona based Hydronalix, Inc., who demonstrated its remote controlled rescue

Aquabotix Names Curley CDO

all facets of the sales and business development functions.    Curley is a top producing sales and marketing leader in the unmanned underwater industry, with over 25 years sales experience. Most recently Curley was Director of Sales - Vehicles at Teledyne Marine, a division of Teledyne Technologies, Inc. Previously, he served as Regional Sales Manager at Teledyne TSS Ltd (UK) and Sales and Marketing Manager at EPC Laboratories, Inc.   Curley has a BA in Communications from the University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H. 

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Teledyne to Showcase New Tech at OI North America

will provide a first-hand look at Teledyne products in action with on-water demonstrations.   Dockside Demonstrations In addition to on-water demonstrations, the group will host dockside demonstrations of the Teledyne SeaBotix ROV and Teledyne Oceanscience Z-Boat, both equipped with other Teledyne technologies onboard.   New Products on Display In addition to its full line of instruments, imaging, vehicles and interconnect products, the Teledyne Marine brands will promote the newest product developments, including the following:   New Teledyne Marine Imaging Products   L3C-HD

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Teledyne Maintains Course

and stronger applications development, to continue our success built on innovation, investment and customer service.   For those readers not familiar with the cumulative Teledyne brand, can you share some facts and figures that give size, shape and scope to your offering today. Read Teledyne Technologies Inc. (NYSE – TDY) is a $2.3B company, founded in the early 1960s that provides enabling technologies for industrial growth markets. We have evolved from a company that was primarily focused on aerospace and defense to one that serves multiple markets that require advanced technology

Mosaic of Reson 7125 data over Plymouth Harbour, U.K., processed in SIPS Backscatter (Image: CARIS)

Teledyne to Acquire CARIS

Teledyne Technologies Incorporated and CARIS jointly announced that the CARIS business and its international affiliates have agreed to be acquired by a wholly-owned subsidiary of Teledyne. CARIS, headquartered in Fredericton, New Brunswick, is a developer of geospatial software designed for the hydrographic and marine community. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The closing of the transaction, which is subject to customary conditions, is anticipated to occur in the second quarter of 2016.   Founded in 1979, CARIS pioneered software for processing and visualizing sonar data, as well

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Teledyne Marine: Joint Technology Workshop a Success

and suppliers from across the industry participated in the inaugural event, sharing relevant products and services as official TMTW event exhibitors / sponsors.   The workshop was kicked off by two powerhouse keynote speakers. Dr. Robert Mehrabian, Chairman, President and CEO of Teledyne Technologies provided insight into Teledyne Technologies strategy within the marine market space, and announced the restructure of the Teledyne Marine companies as a one stop solution provider. The second keynote speaker was Zdenka Saba Willis, director of NOAA's U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System

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Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop Kicks Off in San Diego

the expanding and far-reaching components that make up Teledyne Marine, as customers and Teledyne staff members collectively address a diverse range of topics.   As highlighted in the event’s first keynote speech, delivered by Dr. Robert Mehrabian; Chairman, CEO and President of Teledyne Technologies; Teledyne Marine’s new “one team” approach encompasses the group’s effort to provide a broader “sea of solutions”, from sensors to vehicles to analytical tools and technologies. Over the last 10 years, the group has spent some $2.1 billion on acquisitions

“When companies have a problem, they’re most likely to get Teledyne involved early in their program, and that’s part of our mantra – ‘Get us involved early and we’ll help you save time and money and make your project more successful.’”  Mike Read, President, Teledyne Oil & Gas

MTR100: Teledyne Oil & Gas (PART II)

Mike Read is the President of Teledyne Oil & Gas, a division of Teledyne Technologies and a group he formed six years ago. MTR caught up with Read on the occasion of the MTR100 to discuss his corner of the Teledyne world and how it is faring in the subsea sector. I know your group well, but in your own words can you give us a description of the group that you lead?     I created this team six years ago on the first of August. I was originally the president of ODI – Ocean Design, Inc.  And after the completion of the merger by Teledyne, we decided to put together the

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