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Category Archives: Scuba Diving
We've been racking up the air miles!
Analox Sensor Technology have had a busy year presenting at exhibitions and conferences across the globe, and October/November were no exception. The team attended two major exhibitions; DEMA Show and the IMCA Annual Seminar. Analox at DEMA Show 2015 The US Analox Sensor Technology team attended DEMA Show 2015 from 4 to 7 November at the Orange County Convention Centre in … Continue reading
Is 'Scuba Diver' an 8-bit hit? Find out in our review...
There are a significant number of gamers at Analox across newer platforms such as XBox One, PS4 and WiiU but there are also a few retro gamers too still enjoying the original Gameboy, Atari ST and others. Some of the industries we serve have provided the inspiration for many video games over the years so we thought we’d write a … Continue reading
We're diving into DEMA next week!
Analox Sensor Technology will be at the DEMA show 2015 from the 4 to 7 November 2015, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. This year will be the 12th time we’ve attended the DEMA exhibition, one of the largest Diving Equipment and Marketing Associations in the world. The sport diving industry is one we hold dear to … Continue reading
Online gas safety training is simple with Analox and Gas Safe Consultants.
Did you know that Analox offer gas safety training for companies? Our online courses are offered in association with Gas Safe Consultants Limited and provide a flexible method of training for companies who are unable to offer physical training to staff. Each interactive gas safety training course consists of six to eight concise modules, with testing throughout to ensure that … Continue reading
Is your pub an asset to your local community?
DCLG (The Department for Communities and Local Government) and CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) held an interesting Twitter chat at the end of August, about Assets of Community Value and how local pubs can benefit. They used the hashtag #thispubmatters and not only tweeted lots of facts, but also received lots of interesting questions from members of the public. So… … Continue reading
A helium atom walks into a bar and the bartender says "we don't serve noble gases here." Helium doesn't react.
Throughout 2014 an international helium shortage was causing major supply disruptions around the globe. Many customers in healthcare, pharmaceuticals, commercial diving, science, defence and the semiconductor industry were struggling to find reliable sources at any price. And despite the 2013 US Government’s Helium Stewardship Act, the market was unable to meet demand. In October 2014 Analox published this letter: ‘Helium … Continue reading
The Analox team ready to undergo training at The Underwater Centre
A group of Analox team members were invited to The Underwater Centre in Fort William to undergo training similar to that delivered to Commercial Divers and ROV pilot technicians. The Centre provides a comprehensive, purpose-built dive-site, with subsea environments to mirror real-life surroundings. The team travelled the 600 mile round trip in the unmissable yellow Analox van to attend an … Continue reading
Go 'under the sea' with PADI this Saturday!
Did you know that only 38% of people who scuba dive are female? In order to encourage more women to take the plunge and get into scuba diving, the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) have organised the first ‘Women’s Dive Day’ on Saturday 18 July. There will be more than 225 events taking place in 46 countries, and PADI … Continue reading
We pride ourselves on being thorough.
No matter what industry you work in, whether it be diving, academia, aerospace or catering you will no doubt have your own industry specific language. My favourite take on this is this relatively famous “Turbo Encabulator” video. It would be correct to say that nobody knows your products or services as well as you do – that is only right. … Continue reading
Has Ken Dodd been diving again?
Evidently the Divertickleitus outbreak was an April Fool’s Day hoax perpetrated by a prankster from Itchen Abbas, Hampshire. Mr Stickrod-Tingle, a disgruntled snorkeler with a bee in his bonnet, has now apologised for any inconvenience and promised not to do it again. Until 2016 at least. Here’s hoping it didn’t go viral… (Intial news item) Unconfirmed reports are flooding in of … Continue reading