On the surface of the sea, Autonnic Research Ltd has an international reputation for magnetometer-based sensors. In particular it is the leading maker of sensors for the world’s marine compass and autopilot manufacturers. Now, for the first time, Autonnic is showing at Oceanology International 2012 to introduce its range to the underwater world.
At the METS show in Amsterdam, we are pleased to announce a new series of IP68 electronic compasses of which the A5022 is the entry-level product in the range and builds on the success of the A5020 which it replaces.
Autonnic continues to invest in it’s workforce to improve skills and professional development. Mitch Wright, an employee at Autonnic, has started an apprenticeship scheme at Colchester Institute in Engineering.
This year sees a number of activities that reduce the amount of carbon that Autonnic’s activities produce. This includes new bikes for Autonnic’s employee and installing a heat pump.
Autonnic launches it's new through surface controls, Versabuds, at METS in Amsterdam. Versabuds are a range of controls developed by Autonnic Research that operate through surfaces using specialist fluxgate technology. No holes are required as a ‘Bud’ is simply bonded to a surface and a detector placed on the reverse side of the panel.
Review of Fluxgate Compasses in June's Issue of Sailing today - which Autonnic has contributed to.
Autonnic is launching the first of a new range of waterproof, non-contact interaction devices - the A3300 Lever Control module.
Autonnic has expanded its range of added-value modules. These new compass modules are based on Autonnic’s sensor components and complement the existing range.