WFS Subsea Wireless Demonstration

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Friday, October 04, 2013
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On October 22, 2013 at OceanLab in Aberdeenshire, WFS will be running demo sessions of products in the Seatooth family.

Based on subsea radio frequency (RF) technology, Seatooth is a platform that has revolutionized control and communications applications in underwater environments. Available as a standalone modem or datalogger, a wireless connector or controller and can also be a wireless-enabler for design-in to other products. Seatooth can transmit and receive data at high bandwidth through water and across ground/water/air boundaries. It is unique in that it is omnidirectional, and performs in the most adverse water conditions; for example, it is unaffected by turbidity, acoustic noise and biofouling, it operates reliably in shallow, congested or turbid waters, and is immune from multipath. 

See demonstrations in the tank of:
•Viewtooth: Underwater wireless video camera to support ROV operations
•Seatooth S100: Wireless connector, controller, datalogger and modem to support safety, improved efficiency and integrity management applications
•Integrated Subsea Wireless Solutions: Eliminate equipment interoperability and simplify deployment of subsea wireless instrumentation

Those who wish to attend must register on the WFS website: http://www.wfs-tech.com/index.php/registration/.
 

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