(Maynard, MA) In June, representatives from True North Technologies navigated to Danvers, Massachusetts to attend the EnergyOcean International Conference and Exhibition. The show is described as focusing on offshore renewable and sustainable power including wind, wave, tidal, thermal, current, solar, and hybrids. Educational offerings included presentations on technologies that are in use and being developed in the generation of clean, offshore renewable energy around the world. A second “track” of programming was for attendees interested in the roadmap of steps required for developing offshore renewable projects. The applications for compasses are numerous, ranging from navigation for AUVs/ROVs/gliders to measurement for profiling instruments.
True North Technologies develops and manufactures products for marine, air, and land-based applications with a concentration in electronic compassing. True North is also a Microchip® Consultant specializing in designs utilizing Microchip Technologies’ PIC 16/17/18 micro-controllers. The company was founded in 1993 and is located in historic Clock Tower Place in Maynard, MA, the original home of Digital Equipment Corporation.