It is difficult to quantify the benefits that derive from putting resources and management time into trade fairs. As with any such promotion, the industry characteristically sees this as an element of long-term commercial strategy. Feedback from
Honeywell-ELAC of Kiel, West Germany has appointed Manfred Reimann as consultant for the North American market. He will be responsible for increasing the presence of the company in the U.S. and Canada. Honeywell-ELAC of Kiel, West Germany has
Whitehall Corporation's subsidiary, Hydroscience, Inc., Dallas, Texas has signed a firm fixed price prime contract with the U.S. Navy for the production of eight oceanographic systems, with an option for four additional systems. The Surveillance
TeleSystems of Fairfax, Va., a Comsat Company, recently concluded an agreement with Grove Telecommunications Ltd., whereby that Canadian company will become a major distributor for TeleSystems, MCS-9000 maritime satellite communications terminal.
The Navy's first and only platform specifically designed for offshore construction has been acquired by the Chesapeake Division of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (CHESNAVFACENGCOM) as part of its offshore construction equipment inventory.
COMSAT TeleSystems, Inc. recently announced the introduction of one of the world's most advanced transportable satellite earth stations. Small and rugged enough to be carried as luggage, the TCS-9000 Satellite Earth Station is a fully capable
Pollutant emissions produced by the global merchant fleet has always been suggested to represent a considerable contribution to anthropogenic emissions, with nitrogen and sulfur compounds being currently in the focus of public's interest. Emissions such as nitrogen oxides,
—Literature Available Furuno announces a new family of modest cost, high performance radars that combine the most advanced technical features with traditional Furuno quality and reliability. The Furuno FR-800D Digiscan radars have a high brightness,