Oceanology International 2016, London

— March 10th, 2016

Xylem Analytics UK will be exhibiting several major brands and bringing key products to this year's Oceanology International event, hosted at Excel, London between 15th and 17th March, 2016.

The Oceanology International event offers a hub where industry, academia and government can share knowledge and connect with the marine science and ocean technology communities. The event is free to attend for visitors and spans 3 days and previously saw over 8,000 attendees and 500+ exhibitors.

In 2014, the exhibition hall hosted the world's largest display of state-of-the-art marine technologies, many being launched exclusively at OI 2014.

Xylem Analytics UK will be at Stand F301 with representation from fresh new Xylem brands, HYPACK (who you can also find at Stand G251) and Tideland Signal. You'll be able to get up close and personal with the EMM700 data buoy – perfect for coastal areas, lakes and rivers, as well as The SeaGuard II DCP Dual Head – designed for use in moorings where accurate profiles with up to 160m total range is required.

Over the course of the 3 days, we will be offering over a dozen presentations from our water analytics experts. Presentations will include sessions on combined system delivery from Xylem brands including YSI and Tideland, Arctic data collection from Aanderaa, and system integration with HYPACK and SonTek systems.

There is limited space for these presentations, so please visit Stand F301 early and register your interest to guarantee a seat! Click here to see the presentation timetable.

We'll also be celebrating the 50th anniversary of Aanderaa – so please head to Stand F301 at 3pm on Tuesday and raise a toast as we celebrate with complimentary cheese and wine.

For more information about the products and services offered by Xylem Analytics in the UK, please visit www.xylemanalytics.co.uk  or connect with us via phone, e-mail, Twitter or Facebook.

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