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Read this page in Pdf, Flash or Html5 edition of June 2006 Marine Technology Magazine Marine Technology Reporter 57 available today. Tritech also special- izes in a comprehensive range of sub- sea cameras and red and green laser metrology systems. A fast developing range of mechatronic equipment that is very important to the company's future are Intelligent Valve Packs,

Intelligent Power Packs, solid state motion reference units and Gyro compasses.

Triton Imagining, Inc. 125 Westridge Drive, Watsonville, CA 95076

Tel: 831-722-7373; Fax: 831-772-1405


CEO: Kathleen Newton

President: Kathleen Newton

Marketing Director: John Thomas

Number of Employees: 8

Annual Sales: $2 million

Triton Imaging, Inc. is a software and hardware provider of multi-com- ponent data acquisition systems and advanced data processing solutions.

Founded in 1983, Triton excels at complex system integration, sophisti- cated visualization platforms, and rapid product prototyping of new imaging concepts. Triton pioneered commercial data acquisition and data processing products for seafloor imaging applications. Triton is implementing new technology initia- tives that provide a broad range of answers to the increasing demand for advanced system capabilities, includ- ing visualization technology for scan- based security products for homeland defense. Triton also develops and markets turnkey solutions for acquir- ing, processing, visualizing, and inter- preting a wide array of data types including sidescan sonar, forward- looking sonar, synthetic aperture sonar, multibeam bathymetry, sub- bottom profiler, shallow seismic, ground penetrating radar, volumetric data, navigation, motion reference, laser line scan and many other scan- based information streams. The true power of Triton imaging technology lies in its "intelligent connectivity" - the ability to acquire and combine data from a myriad of sensors and ancillary systems, and to automatical- ly present the results in an intuitive manner.

Turner Designs, Inc 845 W. Maude Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA USA 94085

Tel: 408-749-0994; Fax: 408-749-0998


CEO: James Crawford

President: James Crawford

Vice President: David Doting

Marketing Director: Chelsea Donovan

Sales Manager: Patrick Sanders

Number of Employees: 40

Annual Sales: $7 million

Turner Designs, Inc. was founded in 1972 by George Turner and for three decades, has manufactured rugged and reliable field, laboratory, submersible and on-line instrumenta- tion. Turner has produced thousands of fluorometers which allow scien- tists, engineers and technicians to take field and laboratory measure- ments in accordance with strict ana- lytical standards.

Tyco Telecommunications 60 Columbia Road, Morristown, NJ 07960

Tel: 866.892.6611; Fax: 978.656.8131


Number of Employees: 650 (See Profile on page 52)

Vetrotech Saint-Gobain Marine

Graafschap Hornelaan 196, Weert, Netherlands, 6004HT

Tel: +31495574435; Fax: +31495574436


Number of Employees: 500

Annual Sales: $36 million

Vetrotech Saint-Gobain has a histo- ry of supplying fire resisting glass in the marine market. Experience com- bined with the fire resisting glass products offers the best in optical and safety performance in marine applica- tions. The SGG Contraflam Marine

A60 apart from being fire and hose- stream resistant it can be combined with multiple properties such as sound insulation, sun reflection, bul- let and explosion resistance. The company is developing a new A0 product that fulfills the high optical demands for wheelhouse windows required on Offshore supply vessels.

Waller Marine, Inc. 14410 W. Sylvanfield, Dr., Houston TX 77014

Tel: 281-444-9650; Fax: 281-444-8055


CEO: David B. Waller

Vice President: Stephen McKillop

Marketing Director: Anthony P. Waller

Number of Employees: 30

Waller Marine, Inc is a Naval

Architectural, Marine Engineering &

Marine Contracting company serving all aspects of the marine transporta- tion and offshore oil & gas industries.

While the company provides classic naval architectural support to its clients for new and existing vessels, drill rigs and production units,there is much focus on new, innovative applications of traditional land based technologies to floating or offshore use. Recent and current projects cover large floating power generation facilities, gas to liquids (GTL) plants for the production of ultra clean diesels and gasolines, and large scale floating gas to methanol plants.

Washington Chain & Supply Co. 2901 Utah Ave. South, Seattle, WA 98134

Tel: 206-623-8500; Fax 206-621-9834


President: Darrell Castle

Vice President: Bert Cehovet

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