du Pré Marine news
The world's largest annual gathering of marine trade companies is looking in the calendar. As you'd expect, Piers du Pré and Toby du Pré from du Pré Marine will be at the Marine Equipment Trade Show - METS, meeting with customers, speaking with trade contacts and working on our Kahlenberg stand.
METS runs from 15-17 November and is located at the Amsterdam RAI exhibition centre.
Visitors to our stand G077 in Ocean Hall will be able to view the FLIR M-Series fixed thermal imaging camera as well as the versatile FLIR BHM, HM, and MS Series handheld thermal imaging cameras. Also on display will be the robust and brilliantly designed Hatteland X-Series monitors and computers that are tested to ensure no interference with onboard radios and electronics.
Do please come along to stand G077 to say hello to Piers and Toby du Pré.
The Southampton Boat Show runs from 14-23 September.
FLIR thermal imaging cameras and the high quality, military and commercial specification range of Hatteland monitors and computers will be represented again this year at the Seawork exhibition by du Pré Marine.
Among the products on display du Pré Marine will be showing the excellent new X-Series monitors from Hatteland that combine superyacht styling with commercial robustness and specifications. From FLIR will be the latest gyro-stabilised version of the award-winning M-Series thermal imaging camera and the BHM-Series binocular-style camera.
Please visit stand B111 where Toby and Piers du Pré will be on hand to deal with your enquiries. The Seawork International exhibition runs from 22-24 May at Southampton Docks in the UK.
FLIR BHM-Series cameras have a bi-ocular format body, allowing both eyes to be used to more easily detect small objects. The BHM-Series offers resolution up to 640 x 480 and up to 4x digital zoom, depending upon the model selected — unrivalled performance from a handheld device.
FLIR Systems has introduced four significant new thermal imaging cameras - two models in the new MS-Series handheld range, plus the long-range M-612L and gyroscopically stabilised, tracking enabled Voyager III. These additions address identified niches to cater for rapidly expanding maritime interest in infrared night vision technology, with applications from RIBs and small sailing craft right up to superyachts and commercial vessels.
The Hatteland HD 26T21 26in Maritime Multi Display is a flexible monitor solution designed and type approved for the professional maritime sector, with reliability and long service life combined with elegant flush mount design. A wide range of options makes it a particularly flexible choice for integrated bridge requirements.
FLIR BHS and HS thermal imaging cameras are ideal for covert operations. The bodies are moulded in a matt black finish, eyepieces are totally shielded, eliminating light spill and the cameras are silent in use. Unlike older image intensification systems FLIR cameras cannot be blinded by light sources or lose their targets in foliage and other cover.
Products on display include the FLIR Voyager II connected to a Hatteland Display JH 23T11 MMD-MA1-AABA monitor, a FLIR M-Series M-625L connected to a Hatteland Display JH 22T11 MMD-AA1-AABA monitor, and a FLIR HM-324XP handheld thermal imaging camera. Also on display is a pair of Nabishi highly secure 256-bit encrypted handheld radios.
Seawork 2011 arrived too early for du Pré Marine to display equipment from its latest partner, Lasersec Systems Corporation, but interest has been shown in the company's innovative non-lethal SeaLase and SeaTrack laser defence systems and a new product launch is imminent in this range.
Speaking at the show today, sales engineer Toby du Pré said: Seaworks has proven to be a very busy event for us, with enquiries from port authorities, commercial shipping operators and anti-piracy operators. We're looking forward to an equally busy last day tomorrow.