Ocean Sensors, Ltd.
Fall 2019 SeaSonde Basic Training
5-8 November 2019
SeaSonde Training will be held this year from November 5-8, 2019, the week after Oceans 2019 Seattle happening October 27-31, 2019. So attendees have an opportunity to attend both events happening in the west coast of US during their same trip. Participants will be introduced to basic principles of SeaSonde installation,
operation and maintenance in CODAR Training.
Attendees should arrive into the Bay Area no later than Monday 4 November. Formal course instruction will begin on Tuesday 5, November at approx. 9:00AM, and will end on Thursday 7, November by 5:00PM.
Friday, November 8 is optional Open House day for trainees to have any discussions with CODAR staff.
Tuition is USD $900 per person and includes course materials. New SeaSonde owners should contact Company for priority reservations.
schedule is available
here for download.
Software sessions will focus on our latest SeaSonde Radial and Combine Suite release 8 software suites.
||Past Course Attendees
Long Marine Laboratory in Santa Cruz, CA
Course Reservations and Payment:
Registration and payment must be received by October 5, 2019.
Download registration form here.
Invitation Letter for Travel:
If you need an invitation letter for travel approval from your organization or for your visa application, please email:
with following info:
Name and Title of Attendee:
Passport number of Attendee:
Name of Organization:
Dates of Travel:
Attendees will be responsible for booking their own rooms, here are some recommended hotels in Mountain View:
Motel 6 - Sunnyvale
Super 8 - Mountain View
Other (higher priced) options:
Holiday Inn Express - Mountain View
Holiday Inn Express - Sunnyvale
Hampton Inn - Mountain View
Make reservations directly with your preferred hotel as soon as possible.
CODAR Ocean Sensors is located between San Francisco (SFO) and Normal Y.
Mineta San Jose International (SJC) Airports (Oakland- OAK- International is also
For a printable PDF of driving directions from San Francisco
International, and Norman Mineta San Jose International:
>> CLICK HERE <<
If you own a Macintosh laptop computer, please bring it to
the course with you. Please bring any data examples from your radar network that you wish to discuss.
If you have any additional questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|CODAR Ocean Sensors
1914 Plymouth Street,
Mountain View, California 94043
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