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Kraken Reports Contracts Worth $2.8 Million

several successful demonstration trials and commercial contracts with offshore oil and gas customers in North and South America for laser scanning of a wide variety of subsea assets.PowerSubsea Pressure Tolerant Batteries – SeaPowerCompleted delivery of 16 6000-meter rated pressure tolerant battery systems to Ocean Infinity, representing approximately 1,300 kWh. At a recent industry conference, Ocean Infinity noted that they are achieving AUV mission lengths of almost 700-line kilometers with Kraken batteries as compared to approximately 300-line kilometers with the original AUV batteries. This

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Maersk Tests Containerized Battery System

to facilitate, test, and develop low-carbon solutions on our journey to become carbon neutral by 2050,” explains Søren Toft, Maersk COO.Propelling marine vessels with battery power alone is still years away from being a technically- and economically viable option. However marine battery systems can be used to improve the efficiency of a vessel’s onboard electrical systems such as the Maersk Cape Town’s generators. By maintaining the vessel’s auxiliary generators at a more optimal load, and avoiding running generators when not needed, overall fuel consumption can be

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Subsea Electrification: Subsea Power Evolves

voltage size configurations.SeaSafe II battery packs are flexible in sizing, as SWE can customize a battery pack solution to customer’s specific product requirements.  With several hundred industry-leading customers worldwide, SWE has designed and delivered over thousands of custom battery systems with top service, quality, and reliability.  About the AuthorLeon Adams is Vice President – Sales in Lithium and Lithium Ion battery solutions, product definition, and technical customer support.  Leon is a member of MTS, SUT, and IEEE. Leon holds a MBA and a BS in Engineering

General Atomics LiFT Batteries to Support UUV

. Department of Defense to design, fabricate, deliver and conduct at-sea testing of the LiFT battery system for use on the SAHRV platform. The SAHRV UUV is intended for shallow water surveillance to scan, detect and identify mines and other obstacles.    “Our modular, flexible LiFT battery systems are designed for integration into a wide range of platforms, and have been successfully tested for use on a manned submersible,” stated Scott Forney, president of GA-EMS. “The goal of this new contract is to provide a safe, fault-tolerant, high energy density system that achieves

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Atlantic Canada Profiles: Kraken

up to 8 knots and 600 meter swaths provide for an area coverage rate of 3 sq. km. / hr.   While Kraken is best known for its sonar systems, the company is actively investing in additional technologies. Current technologies under development include real-time laser scanners, pressure tolerant battery systems, efficient electric thrusters, artificial intelligence, subsea resident docking systems and deep water vehicles.     (As published in the January/February 2017 edition of Marine Technology Reporter

General Atomics Battery for New Navy Submersible

General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) signed a contract with Lockheed Martin to provide Lithium-ion Fault Tolerant (LiFT) battery systems for use on U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) new Dry Combat Submersible (DCS), a long endurance delivery vehicle capable of transporting divers in a dry environment.  The GA-EMS LiFT battery system will power the DCS propulsion and internal support systems.     “Our unique solution provides the energy needed to safely propel and power the DCS at the distances and depths required to deliver personnel to their mission destinatio

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At Hamburg port E-mobility Project, BESIC enters crucial phase

. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Appelrath, member of the Managing Board at the Energy Research Centre of Lower Saxony (EFZN), commented: “For electric mobility to succeed in practice, we need information and communication technology (ICT) which can manage fleets of electric vehicles with a pool of battery systems, for example. In addition to this, the Container Terminal Altenwerder simulation allows us to study the effects of different charging strategies. It also supplies predictive data about electricity requirements in connection with e-mobility which is relevant for the energy industry.” As

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Rear Adm. Byus (Ret.) to Lead Battelle’s Maritime Systems Group

Officer of USS Tautog. He served on the board of directors for Battelle’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Bluefin Robotics, from 2008 to 2013. He will continue to work closely with Bluefin in his new role. Battelle has a history of innovation in maritime technologies including robotic tools, battery systems, sensor systems and submersible vehicle components for government and commercial clients. battelle.org  

MTR100 '13 Southwest Electronic Energy Group

Electronic Energy Group announced breakthrough subsea ready, Li Ion battery products. SWE SeaSafe with its patented BMS (battery management system) safely powers subsea vehicles or infrastructure with 4X energy. SeaSafe is available in Smart Modules for enclosure or multi-module, pressure equalized battery systems. The Tech: SWE is continuously innovating battery technology for subsea. SeaSafe Li-ion batteries incorporate a patented battery management system (BMS) delivering longer missions, longer life, breakthrough safety, reliability and configure-to-order flexibility. SeaSafe Smart Modules are

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