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94MTRMarch 2012 stand will also launch our new brand as we reach a milestone 21st year in business in 2012.Booth No. Cyclops Submersible Fluorometernow available for 6000mTurner Designs will debut 6000m version of its Cyclops-7 Submersible Fluorometer. The Cyclops-6K is presently available for Chlorophyll, Crude Oil, and CDOM detection with more optical configurations available soon. The reinforced Titanium housing and specialized optical head allow the Cyclops-6K to reach abyssal depths. Offering the same low power requirements, high performance, and long-term stability as the Cyclops-7, the Cyclops-6K is designed with system integration inmind. Booth No. F550 Watson IndustriesWatson Industries has been serving the gyro and magnetometer user community for 31 years. Watson is a leader in Coriolis gyro technology with many patents and publishedtechnical papers. Its newest product is an attitude and heading gyro system that incorporates a two-antenna GPSreceiver to provide precise, static/dynamic, non-magnetic, gyro stabilized True North heading refer- ence. Booth No. XenubisIn a Maritime Counter-Piracy envi- ronment, Xenubis provides innova- tive situational awareness, tracking, beaconry and communications solu- tions to suit all types of vessels from plug and play trackers for fishing ves- sels, bespoke one off?s for Yachts or extended systems on tankers.Established in 2010 as a response to growing market requirements, Xenubis is a privately held UK com- pany. Booth No. Preview  Oceanology International 2012MTR#2 (82-96):MTR Layouts 2/22/2012 3:33 PM Page 94

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