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POGO vertical profile system is alive and well, gathering data from Barkley Upper Slope.
On June 26, NEPTUNE Canada completed our summer cruise, Wiring the Abyss 2012. Despite challenges with our long cable lays, overall the cruise was a success.
On June 11, NEPTUNE Canada reached the halfway point for Wiring the Abyss 2012, this summer's installation and maintenance cruise.
Our Vertical Profiler System (VPS) has not been in the water for over a year; it will be redeployed, after some extensive testing, and even a trip back to Japan to be repaired, during our upcoming summer cruise.
Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers, or ADCPs, are used in our subsea network and other oceanographic applications to measure the various currents at different sites.
Nobody ever promised this would be easy, especially when it came to installing our one-of-a-kind Vertical Profiler System (VPS).
During one month at sea, we added 2 transmission cables and 26 new instruments to our seafloor observatory.
The first leg of our summer 2009 installation is coming to a close soon.
Sporting a new set of angled blue bumpers, NEPTUNE Canada’s Vertical Profiler System took a second test dip in 7m of water.
After a flurry of recent activity, NEPTUNE Canada’s eagerly anticipated Vertical Profiler System took its first bath in 7m of water.
One of NEPTUNE Canada’s most exciting instrument platforms arrived from Japan this month.
Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) of the new Vertical Profiling System (VPS) has been completed at NGK's facility in Saitama, Japan.