people & companies "We are very happy to have Scott join our team," said Northstar's President and CEO, Dr. Wilson Russell. "Scott's strong background in the defense acquisition process and the management of high technology programs will provide Northstar with a new dimension of experience and expertise." Hydroid Welcomes Wilson, Loescher Hydroid added two employees to its growing staff. Brian Wilson has joined Hydroid as its Customer Service Manager and Craig Loescher has joined the company as an Electronics Technician. Wilson (left) has been involved in the manufacturing of oceanographic Brian Wilson (left) and Craig Loescher. systems for the past 20 years. Wilson has been involved in customer service activities for most of his career. He was most recently employed at Falmouth Scientific/Acoustikos. He has previously held positions in customer service at Teledyne/Benthos and Datasonics. Wilson holds electrical engineering degrees from Southeastern Massachusetts University and the Berkshire Community College. Loescher (right) also recently joined Hydroid. Loescher has been involved in trouble shooting complex electrical equipment for over 20 years. Prior to joining Hydroid Loescher held positions in various companies, including Tekelec, General Dynamics and Sync Research. He holds a degree in Electro-Mechanical Engineering from Bristol Community College. For more information visit www.hydroidinc.com Geoconsult Orders from Kongsberg Geoconsult AS placed an order for multibeam echosounders, including one EM 122 1x2, one SBP 120 6 degree and two EM 710 0.5x1 systems. The first EM 710 was delivered in December 2006, while the rest of the package will be delivered in 2007. The equipment will be installed in a gondola on Geoconsult's newly acquired vessel, GEOGRAF II. Geoconsult was established in 1979 by Hans M. Gravdal, and today has access to 17 vessels through the sister company Geoshipping AS. 48 MTR IXSEA Wins Belgian Navy Contract IXSEA signed a contract with the Belgian Navy to provide an integrated survey solution for its mine warfare data center (MWDC). The purpose of the MWDC is to collect hydrographic data and to produce electronic and paper charts with additional military layers. IXSEA's integrated survey solution (ISS) will be used onboard mine hunters for route survey, homeland security and REA (rapid environment assessment). The ISS includes state of the art imagery sensors: COTS IXSEA's Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SHADOWS), IXSEA's new Gradiometer, Kongsberg's Multibeam Echosounder, and IXSEA's GAPS, a positioning and motion sensor. A comprehensive PC based exploitation software solution is included, allowing survey management and joint display and interpretation of all the data collected. This solution integrates the QPS and CARIS software to meet the customer specific requirements. For more information email email@example.com January 2007
You don't have Macromedia Flash Player installed.
This content requires the Macromedia Flash Player.