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Elektronik lab successfully conducted the Teledyne Reson PDS 2000 training programme from 15th February 2016 to 19th February 2016 at the National Institute of Ocean Technology.

The 5 day intensive training conducted by Reson’s senior surveyors was attended by 25 scientists from NIO, NIOT, GSI, NPOL, DCIL and other private companies offering dredging and surveys.

Elektronik lab has been and intends to conduct such training programmes to keep our Indian hydrographers and surveyors using the top of the line Teledyne multi beam equipments, acquisition and post processing software, well updated and refreshed.

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