August 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter

MTR100: Falmouth Scientific, Inc

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Falmouth Scientific, Inc. has a long history of supplying precision instruments and services into the marine science community and oceanographic markets. Throughout the years FSI has been recognized for high quality instrumentation to measure physical ocean and fresh water parameters. The company is no longer only known for these measurement systems as it has made a place for itself in the marine survey industry with advanced seismic, sub-bottom, and side scan sonar systems. These systems are a result of its strong engineering design knowledge, extensive field experience, and its rich history in marine technology solutions.

 
Falmouth Scientific offers sub-bottom and seismic profling systems and transducers in frequency bands from 10 Hz up to 23 KHz. The introduction of the CHIRPceiver in 2015 has given FSI the capability to provide end-to-end solutions for survey vessels of any size and application. The product portfolio also includes remote software controlled preamplifiers, junction boxes, cabling, and specialized deployment systems. Design and installation services are available as well. The Bubble Gun has been utilized for harbor expansion surveys, shallow hazard surveys, pre-construction surveys and many other applications around the world where larger, more cumbersome systems cannot be deployed. 
 
Physical ocean sensors include the PLUS Family of reliable and rugged current, wave and tide instruments. On-site resources include the acoustic, environmental, and electronic equipment required for the design, development, production and testing of oceanographic sensors and underwater acoustic systems. 
 
Email: fsi@falmouth.com
www.falmouth.com
 
 
(As published in the July/August 2016 MTR100 edition of Marine Technology Reporter)

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