Teledyne Adds Jury Prize to Multibeam Sonar Video Contest

SeaDiscovery.com
Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Teledyne RESON has added a Jury’s Pick Prize to its Multibeam Sonar Video Contest. The contest is open to hydrographic surveyors who upload their best Multibeam Sonar video and describe what's seen in the video and how they collected the data. An online poll will determine the top five videos, and a jury will select the overall winner.

The Jury’s Pick Prize will be awarded to the contestant whose video best shows the potential of the SeaBat system in an educational and entertaining way. The winning video will be selected by the jury and is not dependent on online votes. The winner of the prize will receive an iPad Mini (16 GB and WIFI). All participants will receive a portable Teledyne RESON iPhone/iPad charger.

It is easy to join the contest, as participants just have to upload their multibeam sonar video at the contest site and add a description.

To enable the largest number of surveyors to take advantage of the contest, Teledyne RESON said it has extended the entry deadline to August 1, 2013.

www.tv.reson.com/page/about-competition
 

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