Ultra Electronics-USSI, a global leader in acoustic sensors, announces the presentation of a scholarly paper on underwater acoustic vector sensors at the 176th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, November 8 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. This paper will be presented to scientists in academia and industry by James McConnell and Timothy Rorick.
USSI has over 50 years of experience in producing anti-submarine warfare (ASW) underwater warfare (UWW) solutions that incorporate acoustic vector sensor technology. McConnell and Rorick will share this expertise through a back-to-basics presentation focusing on the more common embodiment directional sensors take on for use in low-frequency underwater acoustic applications.
James McConnell, paper co-author and USSI Business Development Manager for Advanced Transducers commented: “Invited papers are rare; however, the conference organizers recognize the expertise USSI has in this area and reached out to us for a positive contribution. The conference presentation will serve as a good marketing tool for USSI to reach a wider audience for our products and services.
The Acoustical Society of America was founded in 1929 to increase and diffuse the knowledge of acoustics and promote its practical applications. To request an abstract of the presentation, email email@example.com.