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MTR100: Caley Ocean Systems

range from submersible and submarine rescue vessels LARS including several systems in continuous service for over 30 years, through to oceanographic tool deployment to 10,000m, and deepwater lowering systems for subsea processing systems. In addition to systems design facilities including 3D modeling (Autodesk Inventor & Solidworks) and Finite Element Analysis (ANSYS Professional), Caley has a large manufacturing facility. Covering more than 2,323 sq. m., the high bay, multifunction workshops include two 2 x 40 metric ton overhead cranes. Caley offers a range of dive handling solutions, and also supplies

Antikythera team members Nikolas Giannoulakis, Theotokis Theodoulou, and Brendan Foley inspect small finds from the Shipwreck while decompressing after a dive to 50 m (165 feet). (Photo by Brett Seymour, EUA/WHOI/ARGO)

Researchers Recover Treasures from Ancient Greek Shipwreck

consumed by the ancient seafarers. The team generates precise three-dimensional digital models of every artifact, allowing discoveries to be shared instantly and widely even if the objects remain on the sea floor.   “Reality Computing is bridging the physical and digital world,” said Autodesk Explorer-in-Residence Jonathan Knowles. “We see great potential in working with WHOI to capture, analyze and share the wonders of Antikythera with the world.”   The project is supported by corporate partners Hublot, Autodesk, Cosmote, Costa Navarino Resort and private sponsors

PLAT-O at sea.

New Tidal Wave Energy Device Completes Sea Trials

; Power take-off and control: SCHOTTEL, ASV, Goodwolfe Energy. -    Design and verification: DNV GL, Ultramag Inspection Services, Future Energy Engineering, Offshore Renewable Energy Group - Cranfield University, IFREMER, Dynamic Systems Analysis, QinetiQ Marine Design Software, Adris, Autodesk. -    Anchoring and mooring system: Spencer Rigging, English Braids, Harken UK, EYE Marine, PFEIFER Rope & Tackle, Autoguide Equipment, Rockbit UK, Technical Services Team, Marine South East. -    Marine Operations: Orcades Marine Management Consultants, Williams

MTR100: Caley Ocean Systems Ltd.

and submarine rescue vessels LARS including several systems in continuous service for over 30 years, through to oceanographic tool deployment to 10,000m, and deepwater lowering systems for subsea processing systems. In addition to comprehensive systems design facilities including 3D modeling (Autodesk Inventor and Solidworks) and Finite Element Analysis (ANSYS Professional), Caley has a large manufacturing facility. Covering over 25,000 sq ft (2,323 m2), the high bay, multi-function workshops include two 2 x 40 metric ton overhead cranes. Offshore handling system design, build and logistics are

DOE’s Bergman, Sabo & Takeda

Deep Ocean Engineering

Harbor, Hawaii Deep Ocean Engineering participated in the first comprehensive multibeam survey of the USS Arizona and the USS Utah at the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. During a week in October 2014, team members from Deep Ocean Engineering, Inc, R2Sonic, Autodesk, and eTrac traveled to Oahu to conduct these surveys as a gift to the National Park Service. In the months leading up to this survey, R2Sonic contacted Deep Ocean to use its their H-1750 USV as an unmanned platform to operate their SONIC 2020 multibeam. Typically, these surveys are completed

Laser Scanning the Cliffs of Moher

exported to a XYZ text file and imported into 3D modelling software package.  Within some of the bays there was a shallow reef meaning the boat could not get close enough to scan parts of the cliff face leading to some gaps with the laser data. Coastway therefore used the photos acquired and the Autodesk 123D software to create a 3D model to fill in the gaps. The combined cloud was remeshed creating a seamless model of the cliff face. The high resolution image was used to ‘bake’ the imagery onto the final mesh model. Finally the 3D model was rendered with the imagery acquired and

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