Fibre Optic News

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Cable Solutions Manufactures 50km of Bespoke Subsea Cable

more efficient communication and seafloor monitoring," said the company in a statement.The advantages of using fiber optic cables in a subsea environment are well known, with operators leveraging the advantages of improved performance. "We are able to design and manufacture smaller, lighter fibre optic and hybrid cables for subsea projects, offering large bandwidth in a compact configuration," the company said."We have also been involved in the design and manufacture of subsea power cables and umbilicals for pumps and processing, including cables for terminating subsea trees, for energy

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Silicon Sensing Unveils New MEMS IMU

the AMU30 is designed to respond to growing demand for a tactical grade, non-ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) IMU that also outputs pitch, roll and heading data. The AMU30 is a micro electro-mechanical system (MEMS) product offering a real alternative to heavier, larger and more costly fibre optic gyro-based devices. It delivers all-MEMS inertial performance, including bias stability and low noise characteristics, while having the benefit of an embedded Kalman Filter based AHRS algorithm.AMU30 comprises a 10 degree-of-freedom IMU with a three-axis magnetometer, pressure sensor and a sophisticate

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Scientist Pool Data to Create the $3B Ocean Map

melts and, importantly, warn about impending tsunamis that could devastate coastal communities.They said it would also help the so-called "blue economy" as countries and companies seek to protect or exploit deep-sea resources - from exploring for oil and gas to installing wind farms or laying fibre-optic cables for the internet.That is predicted to become more important in the coming years, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). It expects the ocean economy to contribute $3 trillion to the world economy by 2030, up from $1.5 trillion in 2010.POLITICAL

Google to Tap the Power of Offshore Wind

.While the Nordics are still perceived as less connected than these markets, the region is likely to gain market share, the Council of Ministers' study said.This is partly due to the region's plentiful renewable energy and political stability while the planned installation of major fibre optic links to North America and Asia will improve connectivity.Google said it is also evaluating investments in a number of onshore and offshore wind and solar energy projects in Denmark.In September, Google signed a 10-year deal to buy renewable energy from three new wind farms being built in Finland

The EMO DOMINO-7 fibre optic multiplexer (MUX) installed on an ROV.  (Photo: MacArtney)

MacArtney: Custom EMO Multiplexer

.    Custom ROV MUX System A custom version of MacArtney’s EMO DOMINO-7 fiber optic multiplexer system (MUX) was built for instal- lation on an ROV in Singapore with the aim of upgrading the subsea survey and camera interfaces of the ROV.   The DOMINO-7 MUX is a compact fibre optic system with a wide range of MUX channel and power supply configurations. Offering 3 videos with 10 bit data channels, the DOMINO design also offers 2 x industry standard multibeam ports, consisting of gigabit Ethernet (GBE) communications, coupled with 48 VDC supply voltage, all provided within

CS Recorder – a dynamically positioned, cable installation vessel, capable of simultaneous lay and burial utilizing plough systems and the Q1000 jet trenching ROV.(Photo courtesy of GMG)

GMG Secures Cable Contract for Rampion Offshore Wind Farm

Global Marine Group (GMG) announced that it has been awarded a contract from E.ON to install a fibre optic cable at the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, under construction 13km off the coast of Sussex, UK.   Upon completion the cable will run from the shore to an offshore substation, providing a vital communications link for this major wind farm. The installation is expected to be completed later this month.   CWind, which is part of the GMG and is responsible for delivering the Company’s power capabilities, will execute the contract and will utilize the Group’s capable assets

MacArtney EMO Nano Mux and topside (Photo: Forum Subsea Rentals)

Forum Brings Multiplexer Technology to Rental Market

to fibre including HD video formats as well as high speed gigabit Ethernet data. Applications include control of a camera’s pan-and-tilt utility as well as zoom and other lens control functions. The additional serial channels can also be used to transmit other sensor data within one single fibre optic signal.   Forum Energy Technologies, Inc. is a global oilfield products company, serving the subsea, drilling, completion, production and infrastructure sectors of the oil and natural gas industry.   Forum Subsea Rentals products and representatives can be found on the Forum Energy

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Hydro Group Completes MeyGen Contract

scope of work involved Hydro Group providing the connection management system and interfacing the export cable up to the nacelle, including the dynamic cable, the in-board connection system and the mechanical loading system, transmitting a power output of 1.5MW at 4.0kV per turbine and incorporating fibre optic links.   Mr Whyte continued: “As offshore installation costs are the highest in any marine infrastructure, minimising those costs has been a strong focus for us. We design our systems to mate and de-mate (connect and disconnect) in less than one hour to ensure offshore installation

Wave Sentinel at sea (Photo: GMS)

Global Marine Systems Awarded ACMA Contract Extension

offer flexible, effective solutions for monitoring, cutting and burying cable.   Global Marine has played a pioneering role in the development of undersea cable repair and maintenance solutions for well over a century, having performed approximately 33 percent of all maintenance operations on fibre optic cables globally.  The company is a founding and current member of the Universal Joint Consortium, an international cross-industry body supporting the manufacturers and consumers of Universal Joint and Universal Coupling technology.  Global Marine remainsa  vital part of the industry

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