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Teledyne Optech teams up with The Ocean Cleanup

Teledyne Optech announced it has partnered with The Ocean Cleanup in their Aerial Expedition research mission, where the Optech CZMIL (Coastal Zone Mapping and Imaging Lidar) successfully carried out the first in a series of low-speed, low-altitude survey flights across the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

Every year, about eight million tons of plastic enters the oceans....
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Controlling shipping traffic in canals with wireless sensors

In the Netherlands there are many waterways, small inland harbors and canals that are used by citizens in their daily routines. Each city has a water infrastructure with high-density shipping traffic. For municipalities, provinces and other potential canal authorities such us Ministry of Infrastructure, it is essential to provide a system able to control the...

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Maxoptra Route Planning Keeps the Beer Flowing

Independent brewers, Thornbridge, are improving delivery costs, increasing driver efficiency and minimising the environmental impact of their mobile operation following the implementation of a dynamic delivery route planning solution. The Maxoptra cloud based software is helping the award winning brewery ensure customers receive their beer in a timely and cost effective manner. Since introducing the...

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Fugro site investigations for Moorside nuclear project

NuGeneration Limited (NuGen) plans to build a nuclear power station of up to 3.8GW* gross capacity at Moorside, close to Sellafield, in West Cumbria. To facilitate the Moorside project, NuGen is undertaking a programme of works and studies to provide information on the Moorside site’s characteristics. The objectives are to carry out a geotechnical and...

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