MTR100 '13 Falmouth Scientific, Inc.

Marine Technology Reporter
Tuesday, September 24, 2013

1400 Route 28A, PO Box 315 Cataumet, Mass. 02534
Tel: (508) 564-7640
E-mail: fsi@falmouth.com
Website: www.falmouth.com

CEO/President: John Baker
Vice President: Fred Hegg (Engineering)
Employees: 15
The Case:
Falmouth Scientific, Inc. (FSI) has proven itself throughout the years to be a leading manufacturer of precision instrumentation and systems for global oceanographic applications. 


The Company:
Founded in 1989, FSI’s experience includes the design, manufacture, and integration of stand-alone and turnkey systems to collect and relay oceanographic data in real time. Personnel include experienced engineering, technical, production and quality assurance staff that are skilled in the manufacturing and testing of precision sensors and systems. Proven processes and personnel have successfully delivered numerous marine systems and instruments to customers around the world. Core competencies include system and design engineering; on-site volume production, rapid prototyping, encapsulation, and assembly; and electrical, acoustic and system testing.
FSI specializes in precision marine sensors, specialty transducers and integrated oceanographic systems. Its products and systems are used in environments ranging from estuarine to full ocean depths. Besides offering a suite of standard products the FSI team has engineered many custom solutions to meet specific and varied customer needs. FSI operates from a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located in the marine technology corridor on Cape Cod, MA. 


The Tech:

ASI Group owns and operates a diverse fleet of advanced remotely operated vehicles (ROV’s) that services a wide range of industries. Combined with the latest in video capture and sonar imaging, specialized ROV tooling and inspection techniques, ASI’s ROV division has earned international reputation for the highest standards of quality.


(As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)

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