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This year business continues to pick up both in the number of active projects and bids submitted for new projects.  We have submitted proposals in a range of capabilities from real time ADCP systems on exploratory rigs in the Gulf of Mexico and West Africa, for a real time motion monitoring system on a floating production system in Malaysia, precise water depth determination for a deepwater site in the GOM, a long term current profiling mooring at a 2500m site, as well as work for NOAA in the Gulf of Mexico. Work was completed on a platform based measurement system in Trinidad, which provides meteorological, wave and current profile data in real time.  A project for EJIP (Eddy Joint Industry Project) in the Gulf of Mexico is in the final stages of interpretation and report writing. 

A few interesting new field projects this year have taken place in warm climates.  These include a long term 3-mooring deepwater current profiling project, initiated in March, offshore Colombia, current surveys and a mooring in the Mediterranean, and a shallow water current and wave measurement program offshore Trinidad.  Farther north, we are also in the middle of a design criteria study offshore Massachusetts.
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