Last week we successfully held our first MSeis PAM training course from our new facility near Tampa, Florida. If you would like to book onto a course please visit our bookings page at www.mseis.com/booking
We’re now offering a saving of 30% off course fees for U.S. students in full time education who book early for MSeis PAM training at our facility in Florida. Please email a copy of your Student I.D. to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your voucher code.
We are proud to announce our new training center in Florida, U.S.A. To book yourself onto a course please use our automated booking system located here. More information regarding course content can be found here, please download our PAM Training flyer for a breakdown of each day’s content.
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MSeis are now able to offer powered winches for hire with the Night Hawk systems for large projects with increased health and safety requirements. The hydraulic winch and power supply are supplied on a purpose built metal pallet which can be securely positioned on a back deck area.
We now offer WiFi enabled remote PAM systems for far-field seismic, static deployments, absolute noise measurement and vertical seismic profiling.
On the 15th May 2014 we welcomed John Watt & Steven Alexander from the Scottish Fishing Federation to our vessels in Penarth Marina. During the visit we were able to discuss business development opportunities, and reinforce our close relationship with the SFF.
During April 2014 we relocated our vessels to Penarth Marina, South Wales. This location provides fast dispatch to the busy coastal areas around South Wales and the Severn Estuary. Please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss any projects where coastal passive acoustic monitoring is required.
We are excited to announce our locally manufactured cable drums which will be shipped with all new systems. Design improvements include, higher quality stainless steel construction, larger capacity, new brake and locking mechanism, saltwater ready bearings and custom branding. The new design features rolled edges with no feet which helps to prevent damage to decks and surfaces. For more information regarding our Passive Acoustic Monitoring systems please contact us.