Teledyne Seeks Speakers for AiA Conference

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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Teledyne RDI said it would like to implement three lightning round sessions at this year’s ADCPs in Action (AiA) Users’ Conference, which is scheduled to take place in San Diego, Calif. on September 29-October 2, 2013.

Lightning Rounds refer to a 30 minute sessions comprised of five-minute succinct and tightly timed customer presentations detailing one of three preselected categories. Lightning rounds will be conducted for all three Teledyne RDI product lines: Marine Measurements, Navigation and Water Resources.

Teledyne RDI is seeking customers that would like to take part in this event, and share their experience with peers. Full details, including preselected topic categories and an online topic submission form can be found at www.rdinstruments.com/Lightning_Rounds.aspx.

Topics should be submitted by July 19, 2013. Speakers will be notified by July 31, 2013. Please direct questions to Margo Newcombe at margo.newcombe@teledyne.com.
 


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