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New features added to 101G submersible GNSS Receiver

Modulus Technology has recently introduced further options to extend the flexibility of its 101G submersible GNSS receiver that transmits positioning data back to a vessel or the shoreline.   The lightweight, rugged product with integrated antenna provides wired or wireless streamer head and tail positioning, source positioning for 3D UHR seismic operations and is ideal…

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New rugged GPS receiver for marine surveyors

Modulus Technology, based in Great Yarmouth, UK, has recently introduced its new, robust submersible GPS receiver with integrated L1 + L2 antenna to the marine survey market. Named the 101G MiniPod, this lightweight yet rugged product provides streamer head and tail positioning, source positioning for 3D UHR seismic operations and is ideal for the positioning…

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Modulus representing AML Oceanographic in UK and Eire

Modulus Technology is now representing Canadian manufacturer AML Oceanographic in the UK and Eire. Founded in 1974, AML Oceanographic (formerly Applied Microsystems) has more than forty years’ experience in the field of oceanographic instrumentation. Headquartered in British Columbia, Canada, AML Oceanographic designs and manufactures instrumentation and deployment systems for hydrographic surveying, environmental monitoring, and other subsea…

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Triton Imaging software added to Modulus portfolio

Triton Imaging, Inc., Capitola USA,  and Modulus Technology Ltd., Great Yarmouth, UK confirmed an OEM agreement under which Modulus Technology will offer Triton ISIS Offshore-SB data acquisition and Perspective-SB processing and interpretation software bundled with sub-bottom profiling hardware manufactured by sister company, Applied Acoustic Engineering.  With this arrangement, customers will have the advantage of using…

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Modulus introduces innovative subsea GPS receiver

The 106G is a GPS receiver designed to survive immersion that complements the operation of a second standard subsea positioning beacon located nearby on the same vehicle.  This arrangement is suited to coastal construction tasks where submersible vehicles may periodically break the surface. Whilst submerged, positioning data is provided by a standard acoustic positioning beacon…

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