EMO DOMINO-7 Mk-2 fiber optic multiplexer system (Image: MAcArtney)

MacArtney Supplies EMO Mux Systems to Unique System

The newly established MacArtney Canada office has delivered EMO multiplexer systems designed to offer up to 2,000 watts of DC power distribution for Unique System LLC (USA), a Unique Maritime Group company and integrator of turnkey subsea and offshore solution providers based in New Iberia, La. and Houston.   Unique System, which specializes in the supply of equipment for sale and rental to the diving and offshore industries in the Gulf of Mexico region, has taken delivery of two EMO DOMINO-7 Mk-2 fiber optic multiplexer systems at its Houston branch, joining the company’s ROV rental pool

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MetOcean, JouBeh Merge to Form metOcean telematics

MetOcean Data Systems has merged with JouBeh Technologies, resulting in the formation of new company metOcean telematics. MetOcean Data Systems is a developer and manufacturer of data acquisition and telemetry systems, and JouBeh Technologies is a global Iridium satellite reseller. Collectively, metOcean telematics will be positioned to provide complete end-to-end telematics services, with a focus on niche MetOcean solutions and custom defense and security products. The merger will be effective January 1, 2017. “MetOcean and JouBeh have collaborated closely over the years, they have

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New Dredge Monitoring Buoys for Jan De Nul

Data buoy manufacturers Ocean Scientific International Ltd (OSIL) have supplied eight buoy platforms to Jan De Nul Group, experts in dredging, marine construction and specialized services to the offshore oil, gas and renewables industries.    The 1.2m buoys will be used on dredging or renewables projects as platforms for environmental monitoring. Each buoy incorporates a variety of sensors from different manufacturers, including AML Oceanographic, Campbell Scientific and Nortek, with specialist seabed frames for current monitoring work.    OSIL said it worked closely with Jan

Darwin is a major multi-modal port serving shipping and cargo markets.  The port conveys a wide range of exports and provides services for offshore oil and gas rigs. (Photo: Port of Darwin)

ADCP-based Monitoring System Aids Operations in Darwin Harbor

Near real-time data assist mariners navigating strong and complex currents   Located in Australia’s northern Top End, the port of Darwin has long been a strategic gateway to/from Asia. Founded in 1869, today Darwin is a major multi-modal port serving shipping and cargo markets. Ships range from container and general cargo to cruise and naval vessels. Exports include livestock and minerals as well as bulk liquids like LNG. As well, the port provides services for offshore oil and gas rigs.   Due to Australia’s increasing trade links with Asian neighbors, the port and facilities

Emily MacPherson (Photo: MetOcean)

MTR100: MetOcean Data Systems

; 21 Thornhill Drive, Dartmouth, NS, Canada B3B 1R9 Phone: 902-468-2505 Email: [email protected] CEO/President: Tony Chedrawy Number of Employees: 54 Annual Sales: $15m Sales Manager: Emily MacPherson     (As published in the July/August 2016 MTR100 edition of Marine Technology Reporter

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