MIROS To Market New Products In U.S.

—Literature Available MIROS A/S of Asker, Norway is a budding company with interests geared towards the offshore market.

The company has developed a new generation of instruments for remote sensing of directional ocean waves and surface currents. The system represents a breakthrough for reliable and accurate long term measurements of ocean parameters from offshore installations. The MIROS system is utilized on stationary offshore platforms, and a version for floating rigs and vessels will be commercially available later this year.

Typical real-time applications of the system are for support of subsea, crane and anchor operations and for marine traffic control.

MIROS is being represented in the U.S. market by C.A. Richards & Associates, Inc. of Houston, Texas.

This company was formed by Charles A. Richards Sr. in 1971 as a manufacturer's representative of marine electronics and instrument systems for the offshore petroleum market. The firm has reportedly maintained a steady growth on a profitable basis annually. The sales group consists of the founder, along with Charles A. Richards Jr. and Marshall J. AuCoin, who both have over 10 years' experience at the firm. C.A. Richards' sales activities cover U.S. oil centers and operations in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 32,  Sep 1985 E.T. Westfall

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