From left to right: Jack Crosby (Hydroid Inc), Ben Evans (NOAA),
Rob Downs (NOAA), Dave Pritchard (NOAA) and J. Cory Allen (NOAA).

NOAA's REMUS Training Seesion

In April 2004, Hydroid’s Jack Crosby conducted a one week training session for representatives of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NOAA plans on accepting their REMUS system shortly following training.The vehicle is equipped with Marine Sonic Technology 300 kHz side scan sonar, and a SeaBird SBE-49 Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth (CTD) sensor, in addition to the normal suite of REMUS sensors.

(For NOAA press release Click here)


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