We describe the current status of the SLODAR optical turbulence monitors, developed at Durham University, for support
of adaptive optics for astronomy. SLODAR systems have been installed and operated at the Cerro Paranal and Mauna
Kea observatories, and a third will be deployed at the South African Astronomical Observatory in 2008. The instruments
provide real-time measurements of the atmospheric turbulence strength, altitude and velocity. We summarize the
capabilities of the systems and describe recent enhancements. Comparisons of contemporaneous data obtained with
SLODAR, MASS and DIMM monitors at the ESO Paranal site are presented.