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Schillinger Joins RBR RBR added Douglas Schillinger to its sales team. Schillinger joins as RBRs ScientiÞ c Sales Representative for At- lantic Canada and East Coast U.S. re-gion. Having spent the past 13 years working both for the Ocean Acoustic Lab at Dalhousie University and as a private consultant, Schillinger brings a wealth of knowledge and experience. Schillinger obtained his M Sc. from Memorial University, studying ambient sound in the ocean generated by wind and precipitation; over his career he has worked as a research assistant, project manager and research associate on a range of topics including marine mam-mal detection, near shore sediment dy-namics, real-time coastal and regional scale ocean observatories, and most re- cently on in-stream tidal power. Teledyne Expands N. Falmouth Facility Teledyne Marine Systems expanded its facility in North Falmouth, Mass. The new 30,000 sq. ft. addition expands TeledyneÕs North Falmouth facilities to approximately 67,000 sq. ft. and boasts greatly enlarged research and develop- ment labs, service facilities, and ofÞ ce space. The existing building has also been partially renovated to add ap- proximately 10,000 sq. ft. of Þ rst-class manufacturing ß oor space. This 22-acre campus-like setting in North Falmouth includes two buildings and will be the home of Teledyne Benthos, Teledyne TapTone, Teledyne Webb Research and U.S. sales and support for Teledyne Ga- via.Carsely Tapped by Coda Octopus Coda Octopus has established a new company in Perth, Western Australia: Coda Octopus Products Pty Limited. This new ofÞ ce will be a sales, distribu- Ph: (714) 546-3478 E-mail: secoseals@aol.comWebsite: Seco Seals MTR Jan14.indd 11/27/2014 2:38:38 PMPhoto: Teledyne Marine Technology Reporter 79MTR #2 (66-81).indd 79MTR #2 (66-81).indd 792/22/2014 2:12:43 PM2/22/2014 2:12:43 PM

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