Sensors & systems for freshwater and oceanographic monitoring
Chelsea Technologies Group manufactures a range of innovative multi-parameter sensors & systems for monitoring the physical, optical & biological oceanographic & fresh water environments. Sensors are available for in-situ chlorophyll & algae class studies, dye tracing, oil spill monitoring, airport apron pollution runoff studies, water abstraction management and effluent detection as well as primary productivity studies, bloom detection, toxicant detection within domestic water supplies and early detection of contamination events in potable and pre-treated water protection.
With nearly 50 years' experience in sensors and systems design, Chelsea's products are used in a diverse range of applications in the marine, environmental, defence, homeland security, industrial process control and life science markets.
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Increased sales of Chelsea Technologies' underwater acoustic products has led to the appointment of acoustics specialist Kimberley Walrond.
Kimberley said of her appointment: "I am pleased to have joined an innovative company that has a reputation for excellence within the underwater acoustics market.
Working within the acoustics team I shall be maintaining Chelsea's existing acoustics product range and spearheading the development of new products. I am particularly excited about working with clients and advising on the best solutions for their particular applications, whether military or commercial. I'll be on the Chelsea stand at the Ocean Business show in April so please come and say hello."
Chelsea Technologies Group has nearly 50 years experience in the design and manufacture of underwater acoustic transducers including hydrophones, projectors, pingers and sidescan sonar arrays. They are also leaders in the design of state of the art systems for calibration, test & performance evaluation of airborne, surface ship and submarine sonars.
"Kimberley's excellent physics and mathematics background made her an ideal choice to join our acoustics team", said Dr John Attridge, Technical Director. Kimberley is a graduate of Kings College London, where she gained a first in Physics with Astrophysics.