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Hydromea launched a new patent-pending subsea wireless communication modem LUMA X.

Hydromea Launches LUMA X, Wireless Underwater Optical Modem

. It is also extremely power-efficient which makes it suited for battery-powered applications to collect data without running a cable. Moreover, it is sensitive enough to not requiring direct line of sight to communicate in murky waters.”LUMA X comes in a titanium housing with serial and ethernet connectors and will be pressure-rated to 6,000 meter depth. It has patent-pending technology to work in various lighting conditions and turbidity

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Arctic Rays Debuts New Submersible Monitoring System

fault system monitors both poles of two independent DC busses up to 350V.  The leak detection system can monitor up to eight independent locations with the included remote self-checking water detection probes.The system has two on-board configurable alarm relays. It is electrically isolated and has ethernet and RS232 communications

Mike Read, President, Teledyne Marine.

Ocean Influencer: Mike Read, Teledyne Marine

navigation technology.  With bottom-tracking ranges from 0.15 m to 400 m in up to 6,000 m water depths, the Tasman is versatile enough to navigate small ROVs to large diameter AUVs.  Key advancements include field-swappable phased array transducers, system health monitoring/leak detection, ethernet compatibility, and the ability to upgrade to collect ADCP data.HydroPACT 660E (Teledyne TSS)Teledyne TSS HydroPACT 660E Single pod and coil.The HydroPACT 660E brings pipe tracking and UXO detection capabilities to small inspection and observation class ROVs, for applications that were previously

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Swathe Services Takes Delivery of SBG Ekinox Navsight INS

, says, "Since we became the distributor for SBG Systems we have seen as steady increase in sales across all their product ranges selling into land, air and marine industries. The Navsight solution has been specifically designed for hydrographic applications and is symbiotic with all Sonars offering ethernet or RS232 connectivity. We now own a number of SBG sensors which we offer out to customers for trial and invite interested parties to contact us."

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Seamor Marine Debuts New ROV with 3km Capacity

fiber optics tether with its Chinook ROV. Able to dive to 600 meters (2,000 feet), the Chinook ROV is equipped with a sensor skid carrying two Imagenex sonars: the 965A digital multi-beam imaging sonar and the DT360 multi-beam profiling sonar. These sonars are operated simultaneously using an Ethernet switch to the fiber optic tether multiplexer, allowing the EISA team to navigate and inspect tunnel walls in almost zero-visibility conditions. Auto depth and auto heading functions help them safely navigate the tunnel.One of SEAMOR’s partners in Finland consulted with the EISA team onsite

Eagle IP (Photo: Unique Group)

Unique Group Signs Exclusive Agreement with OTAQ Offshore

in the offshore environment, the DragonFish’s high precision laser measurement system generates sub-millimetric measurements of welds, chains and other targets from a low cost easy to operate package.  Unique Group will also represent OTAQ’s new Eagle IP range of high quality IP ethernet underwater HD cameras and IP integration infrastructure products. This equipment, along with a number of additional specialist systems, will be made available to clients through Unique Group offices located in the partnered regions.  OceanSENSE System (Photo: Unique Group

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SBG Systems' INS Chosen for Shom Fleet

support. “We have selected SBG for the good performance/price ratio and the high level of service. The SBG technical support team is available, reactive, and committed,” adds the Shom professional. Another key factor when choosing the INS solution was the ease of use. Once connected through Ethernet, the Navsight inner web interface guides the user during the installation phase. For example, a 3D view of the boat shows the entered parameters so that the user can check the installation in real-time. The embedded filter also controls and validates lever arms and antenna alignment during this

Armed and ready: an Ecotone Underwater Hyperspectral Imager, or UHI, attached to an ROV (top) and stand-alone. Photo: Courtesy Ecotone

Pipeline IMR: An All-seeing Eye

water by offshore oil and gas standards and a medium-deep oceanic trench). Attached to an ROV or AUV, the system brings lights, altimeter and a pressure sensor to bear while performing its online and offline recording. A medium or large ROV or AUV is needed, one with a 12-72 VDC power supply and an ethernet link to a topside vessel.Operator Choice: variants of the Ecotone hyperspectral camera. Photo: Courtesy EcotoneAlgorithmic appealA topside control system — Ecotone’s trademark Immersion SW for UHI control — provides a live view from the camera and real-time configuration of the

A REMUS vehicle shows the traditional four element DVL array (Photo Courtesy Hydroid)

ADCPs & DVLs: Recent Tech Developments

configuration is now used in Teledyne’s latest DVL, the Tasman. Introduced in April 2019. The field-replaceable phased-array transducer design enhances position accuracy, eliminates the need for speed of sound correction and reduces the drag on an undersea vehicle. This instrument also provides ethernet connectivity, helpful in today’s ever more sophisticated undersea vehicles.SPRINT-NAV functions well, even at extreme angles (Photo Courtesy Sonardyne)Meanwhile at Sonardyne, the Syrinx DVL has been incorporated in an innovative solution - the hybrid acoustic-inertial navigator SPRINT-Nav

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