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MOSS-DEPTH Digital system to display and log diving/object depth and/or angle Digitaal systeem voor weergave en opslag van duikdiepte/objecte diepte of hoekmenting
TARKA-SYSTEMS provides on-line transport monitoring to provide behaviour information of your transport directly on your desk.
The MOSS is a practical, robust, portable measurement solution to your monitoring and surveying needs. Developed and manufactured by TARKA-SYSTEMS with the needs of Marine Surveyors and Naval Architects in mind.
Design and Assembly of rugged cases for client-specific solutions
With the Portable Angular Monitoring System (PAMS) load out/in operations can be monitored.
Portable solution to monitor the pressure during a hydrostatic pipeline test.
The most cost effective Iridium Short Burst Data Transceiver with GNSS
The Q.Travel-mini is the smallest, all-in-one solution for portable measurement. With four modular slots for data-acquisition modules and an integrated battery-supply a multi-functional data-acquisition system is available within a very small rugged travel case.
The free floating buoy is an innovative solution to access submerged activities on the surface.

Free floating Buoy

The free floating buoy is an innovative solution to access submerged activities on the surface.

The buoy has internal space to assemble equipment for all kind of applications. Operating on an integrated battery supply the buoy has been applied for the following projects:
  • Wireless data-transfer from sensors on a submerged wreck to a control office on a nearby ship. Multiple incline and acceleration sensors were placed on the wreck and connected by wire to the bottom of the buoy, the data was gathered and wireless transferred over more than 100 meters.
  • Wireless video transfer from a camera to follow the activities of a diver on a fixed object. Camera was connected by cable to the buoy and video was wireless transferred from the buoy to a video control room at a nearby ship.
  • “Flessenpost” An IRIDIUM transmitter was placed inside a buoy and the buoy was dropped in the Nordsee, a geocaching look-a-like game was initiated to find the buoy.
  • Survey of bottom with a camera on the diver and the buoy following the diver on the surface. Video was transferred to a control room on the quay.