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Our Business

nke Instrumentation designs, manufactures and sells instruments for the measurement and the monitoring of oceans and fresh waters. nke Instrumentation provides

  • Autonomous data loggers for parameters monitoring (Pressure, Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, Turbidity...) ; environment monitoring (Silting, Heat Flow, Atmospheric Corrosion...), behaviour analysis of immersed systems (Force, Acceleration, Slope, Corrosion...), fishing control (fishing time, ship position, immersion time of trawl...).
  • Automated Systems: monitoring of water areas, estuaries ; instrumented buoys, acoustic buoy and profilers of all kinds.

nke Instrumentation is involved in several research projects, both nationally and internationally, and works in partnership with scientific institutions such as Ifremer and CNRS.

Our subsidiary in Brazil, nke Instrumentaçao, was launched in July 2013 in Rio de Janeiro : Serviços e Equipamentos Ambientais e Oceanogràficos.

nke Instrumentation is present in the field of Non Destructive Testing applied to metals.

22.07.16 China: Instrumented buoys delivery and set up

Four instrumented buoys left nke Instrumentation head office (France) few weeks ago and arrived a couple of days ago in China. A nke technician is currently over there to set up those buoys in Xiamen (for the Xiamen University)>>

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6.07.16 NOSS sensor: unique underwater sensor for in situ refractive index measurement

NOSS sensor is a unique underwater sensor for in situ refractive index measurement and capable to detect salinity anomalies of seawater. >>

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1.07.16 nke Instrumentation equips tuna seiners

The "Pendruc" is the last CFTO (French company of oceanic tuna) tuna seiners equips by Isi Fish, in partnership with nke Instrumentation, which provides autonomous data loggers and concentrator. 10 CFTO boats have already been equipped before.>>

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13th - 15th March 2018

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