MSI is proud to announce that AXYS Technologies Inc. (AXYS) has appointed MSI as its exclusive representative for marine environmental monitoring systems in Australia.
Monitoring the global marine environment is becoming an increasingly important activity and AXYS supports this effort through the design, manufacture, distribution and maintainence of remote environmental data acquisition, processing and telemetry systems.
AXYS buoys are deployed globally in a wide range of applications. These include Operational Marine Meteorology (Canada, Korea, Brazil, India, Italy), Research Marine Meteorology (Canada, USA), Hydro-meteorological programs (Canada, Egypt), America’s Cup Yacht Racing (New Zealand), Port and Harbour Operations (Israel, Canada, Morocco, Spain), Security (USA, Chile, Brazil), and Coastal Erosion Programs (Canada, USA).
AXYS’ Matt Robson, responsible for marine systems business development in Asia, South America and the Pacific, stated “our partnership with MSI will offer enhanced support to the growing number of Australian organisations that rely on the accurate, real-time data that AXYS systems deliver.”
3m buoy supporting drilling operations
Axys buoys come in all sizes to suit all conditions
MSI Director Stefan Stimson added “the need to better understand Australia’s marine environment has never been greater. We’re delighted to represent AXYS and continue to build on the relationships they have with leading Australian organisations such as the Port of Melbourne, Defense Science & Technology Organisation (DSTO), Carnegie Corporation and Oceanlinx. We believe, as users of AXYS instrumentation around the world ourselves, that we are well qualified to not only represent AXYS for sales, but to also fully support the end user here in Australia.”
With offices in Hobart, Tasmania & Cape Town, South Africa, and using state of the art equipment, MSI provides professional, cost effective solutions in response to their clients’ global requirements for accurate metocean information. MSI also represent RBR Ltd(link is external) in Australia.