The Chelsea Technologies Group team are attending Oceanology International, Excel, London 13-15 March 2018. We'll also be holding a half day Overseas Agents Workshop on Wednesday 14th March. Download Agenda, Attendee's List and Directions to the hotel.
This session will cover a presentation by Sam Kirby who will give an overview of our innovative multi-parameter sensors and systems for the marine science industry . Our Maritime Manager, Stephanie Lavelle will describe CTG's leading compliance monitors for exhaust gas scrubber systems & treated ballast water. Emma Johnson will give an overview on our sensors designed to monitor hydrocarbons. Dr John Attridge will give an introduction to our new V-Lux Multi-parameter fluorometer configured to detect either Algae, Aromatic hydrocarbons or Tryptophan-like fluorescence. All this will be followed by a delicious lunch.
During OI2018 we will be using the SMI Stand (No 600) as our base, so if you would like to arrange a meeting with any of our team, please contact Ellen Keegan to make arrangements.
Oceanology International is one of the premier events in the ocean technology and marine science calendar. It offers the world’s leading forum where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the ocean technology and marine science communities. Oceanology International’s world-class exhibition and conference help bring together marine professionals, businesses and organisations to improve their strategies for measuring, developing, protecting and operating in the world’s oceans.
Chelsea Technologies Group has over 50 years experience in the design and manufacture of a range of sensors and systems geared for a number of markets but in particular the oceanology market. CTG specialises in optical, acoustic and physical sensors measuring temperature, conductivity, hydrocarbons, fluorescence, water clarity and primary productivity. Customers have been using our high quality sensors and systems in a wide range of applications - Submariners are using them to understand the environment they pass through, water authorities are using them to test water supplies. Scientists globally monitor changes in oceanic algae and the effects on climate change. Shipping companies have installed our state-of- the-art in-line sensors to monitor exhaust gas cleaning systems and assess the real time performance of ballast water treatment systems. Our highly sensitive hydrocarbon fluorometers are used in glider based systems to provide persistent, real time monitoring of hydrocarbon levels around drilling and production platforms. Demand for the CTG sensors and systems has also come from the process control, food and automobile industries.
Get in touch with us and we'll arrange to see you at Oceanology International.