Klein’s System 3900 at OceanTech Expo

Friday, May 14, 2010
Photo courtesy L-3 Klein Associates, Inc.

L-3 Klein Associates will host an exhibit at the Oceans Technology Expo in Newport, Rhode Island, on 25-27 May 2010, featuring live, in-water Demonstrations of Klein’s System 3900 in Newport Harbor.

The System 3900 is a high resolution, digital side scan and is ready for use on any vessel, including inflatables, making it ideal for Police, Fire, and Rescue Departments throughout the world.  Its design features outstanding imagery, ease of operation, and simplicity of image interpretation via the use of Klein’s SonarPro softwar.

www.L-3Klein.com

 

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