4 reasons you should be using optical modems Op2

Optical modems give you a wireless connection to your instrumentation underwater as if you had a cabled connection to a PC at the surface. This highly powerful tool means you can check your instrument is working, change the settings, collect data and reprogramme them for the next deployment – not bad for one piece of kit! Suitable for divers or ROVs to use, let’s explore further…
 

8th June 2018 

 

4 reasons to come along to the 2018 Sediment? Solved Roadshow Roadshow

With the recent announcement of our 2018 Sediment? Solved Roadshow, here are four reasons you should come along to our events this summer!
 

17th May 2018 

 

Seeing is believing – the advantages of subsea LCD displays Real time data

When you think of a subsea display, you most likely think of a large LED display with a chunky battery pack. This may have been the case in the past but now there is a new generation of displays that use LCD technology. Not only do the new displays have more detailed screens and greater functionality, they are smaller and more compact to greater depths, as well as being clearly seen under ROV or diver lights. Aquatec’s AQUAdisp uses this technology – let’s have a look at some of the advantages…
 

2nd May 2018 

 

4 reasons to visit Aquatec at Oceanology International, 13th-15th MarchReal time data

With Oceanology International just around the corner, here are 4 reasons you should stop by stand J300 and visit Aquatec…
 

6th March 2018 

 

Aquatec Acoustics - 4 reasons real time data transfer is harder than you thinkReal time data

In today’s world of instant data, smart devices and the internet, getting your subsea data in real time should be easy, right? Using acoustic modems to transfer data is just one communication solution and can be highly successful, but there are a number of challenges that need to be considered. Every project is different and careful planning is essential. Here’s why…
 

9th January 2018 

 

Aquatec In Depth - Dredge monitoring and turbiditydredging

The second of the 'In Depth' blog series - this time looking at the importance of measuring sediment processes in dredging operations...
 

8th December 2017 

 

Aquatec In Depth - Monitoring sediment processes for hydropower applicationsTY river

The first of a new 'In Depth' blog series - explore the methods and requirements for measuring sediment processes for hydropower applications...
 

17th November 2017 

 

The Great Aquatec Bake OffTY river

Find out what happened when we held our own Bake Off...
 

30th October 2017 

 

Aquatec Secrets – top tips from Aquatec’s resident support guruTY river

Jennifer, Aquatec's support guru, shares her top 3 tips for giving your instruments a little TLC...
 

6th October 2017 

 

‘But I don’t want turbidity’…TY river

Perhaps a strange topic for a company that manufactures turbidity loggers, but this is a common problem for those using optical instruments to study suspended sediment. A lot of researchers, surveyors and consultants actually want to measure suspended sediment concentration (SSC), but end up measuring turbidity. Let’s investigate…
 

4th September 2017 

 

5 uses for your AQUAscat that don’t involve sediment!5uses AQUAscat

Our acoustic suspended sediment profiler is, as its name suggests, most commonly used for studying suspended sediment dynamics in rivers, lakes and oceans. It may then come as a surprise that you can do lots of research without looking at a single sediment particle! Here’s how…
 

1st August 2017