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Visit www.maritimeequipment.com/mt & Click No. 219 more than 20 years and has a track record as a company that can solve problems with simple, yet innovative designs.
One of BOT's primary areas of spe- cialization is in the development of shipboard launch and recovery sys- tems (LARS) to deploy and recover various payloads from a ship at sea.
This includes LARS for Autonomous
Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) and unmanned surface vehicles (USVs).
BOT also has extensive experience with shipboard installations and test- ing at sea.
BOT is a leader in the development and supply of sensor platforms for moored and underway use. This includes SeaHorse, a wave powered sensor platform which utilizes surface wave energy to move up and down a mooring wire. BOT's Moving Vessel
Profiler™ (MVP) collects free fall data profiles from ships underway at speeds of up to 18 knots.
Engineering Services offered by
BOT include the following: - Machine design - Hydraulic systems design - Design, analysis and development of towed systems - Design, analysis and development of moored systems - Material handling systems design - System engineering and project management - Mechanical packaging and rack- mounting of electrical/electronic hardware - 3-D imaging and animation - Structural analysis - Engineering drafting services
C&C Technologies, Inc. 730 East Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette, LA 70508
Tel: 337-261-0660; Fax: 337-261-0192
CEO: Thomas Chance
President: Thomas Chance
Vice President: Jim Chance
Marketing Director: Mike Dupuis
Sales Manager: Mike Dupuis
Number of Employees: 300
Annual Sales: $60 million
Thomas and Jimmy Chance quick- ly assembled a team of diverse experts that shared their entrepreneurial spir- it. Initially, C & C was operated out of a home office with five employees, but has now grown to more than 300
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