Konsberg Subsea Application Seminars Start Tomorrow

Press Release
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Photo: Kongsberg

The first of five specialist subsea application seminars organized by Kongsberg Maritime’s subsea department starts February 28, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The free one-day seminars have been developed to enable users of Kongsberg Maritime hydroacoustic systems to speak with the experts and learn how to get the most from these state-of-the art tools.

Kongsberg Maritime invites existing customers and those interested in utilizing its survey, subsea positioning and underwater vehicle technology to any of the five planned seminars:
• Copenhagen – February 28
• Stockholm – March 5
• Turku – March 7
• Szczecin – March 13
• Gdansk – March 14

Interested parties can request more information or register for their chosen seminar on the Kongsberg Maritime website: http://www.km.kongsberg.com/ks/web/nokbg0237.nsf/AllWeb/43B01123CE8E7D90C1257B1300402D1F?OpenDocument

www.km.kongsberg.com

 

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