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L- R: Tony Laing of NSRI, David Rennie of Scottish Enterprise and Neil Gordon of Subsea UK. (Photo: Subsea UK)

Japan, Scotland Invest in Subsea Technology

, platforms etcSustainable Marine Energy with IHI (£1 million)Developing a template anchoring system and robotic installation tooling for deep water floating offshore wind market in Japan. IHI are also developing a turbine system for use in ocean current renewable power.ECOG / SME / Precision Impulse / Texo / Tritech / Sensor Works and Yokogawa (£8.3 million)Developing an offshore and subsea Internet Of Things infrastructure with autonomous vehicles, sensors, communications and power systems for offshore and subsea infrastructure including renewables, hydrocarbons and aquaculture.Bridon

Image: Grupo Lindley / Administração dos Portos do Douro, Leixões e Viana do Castelo

Case Study: Floating top marks for piles in flooding rivers

of the river. Generally, the narrow and shallow sections occur close to dams on the downstream side and deeper water close to dams on the upstream side.The development hinges around the concept of a floating top mark that acts as a buoy when moored to the top of the pile. When water level rises the impulse of the top mark-buoy will release the unit from the pile at which point it will float away down river until the mooring line is taught.  The unit will then act as a buoy remaining vertical and upright when afloat in low current speeds, although it is improbable the unit will remain vertical

Mike Read (Photo: Teledyne Marine)

5 Minutes with Mike Read, President, Teledyne Marine

boundary penetrators, cable assemblies, cable terminations, and custom-engineered encapsulation and molding. They are available as stand-alone items, or as complex higher-order solutions that integrate cross-platform technologies into advanced, value-added systems. Interconnect brands include: DGO, Impulse, Impulse PDM, ODI, Cable Solutions, and new tech for 2018 includes:Teledyne ODI developed the new FlameGuard P5-200 as a key enabling technology for a 5 kV - 200 A, three-phase dry mate electrical feedthrough system.Teledyne Cable Solutions developed a range of National Electric Code (NEC) and Canadian

Gemini 720im (Photo: Tritech)

Tritech Unveils New Multibeam Imaging Sonar

based on user specified speed of sound   Interface Supply voltage: 12 to 48V DC Power requirement: 4.5W – 17W (7.5W average) Main port protocol: Ethernet (100Base-T) and/or Serial (RS232 or RS485) Auxiliary port protocol: Serial (RS232 or RS485) Connector type: Main - Seacon HUML-12, Impulse MKS(3) & Tritech Micron; Aux - Tritech Micron   Physical specification Depth rating: 300m Weight in air: 0.435kg Weight in water: 0.244kg Temperature rating: -10 to +35°C (operating), -20 to +50°C (storage

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EIVA Cable Telemetry Kit Available as an OEM Product

Topside (2U rack unit) with 300 W power supply, and Modem for Ethernet over power cable (4-5 Mbit/s via a single wire 4,000 m coax, with higher bandwidths – up to 7 Mbit/s – possible via shorter cables) 600 m-rated pressure bottle with subsea electronics with nine Teledyne Impulse interface connectors, with a mixture of Ethernet and serial ports; Modem for Ethernet over power cable; eight-port multiplexer, Ethernet to RS2323 or RS485; two DC output power modules each at 130 W (one is preconfigured to 24 V, the other is customizable, allowing for 12-48 V)  

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Teledyne to Showcase New Tech at OI North America

a look at its latest products and technologies.   Local faculty tours As San Diego is home to several Teledyne Marine brands, the group is offering an opportunity to arrive a day early and spend an afternoon touring four local Teledyne Marine facilities: Teledyne RD Instruments, Oceanscience, Impulse and SeaBotix – capped off with a trip to the Ballast Brewery.    Pre-registration is required. Full details and online registration.   On-water Demonstrations Teledyne Marine’s Bottom Line, docked just outside the San Diego Convention Center, will provide a first-hand

OINA 2017 - Blue Robotics will showcase its high performance, affordable underwater drone, the BlueROV2 at OINA 2017

OINA 2017 to Feature New ‘BlueTech’

rapidCAST underway profiling system, four new multibeam sonar systems from Teledyne Reson, a new line of acoustic releases by Teledyne Benthos and new underwater cameras from Teledyne Bowtech, new ADCP and DVL technology from RD Instruments and the latest technologies from Teledyne Gravia and Teledyne Impulse-PDM. Within AUVs and ROVs, California start-up Blue Robotics (booth #E37), will showcase its new high performance and affordable underwater drone, the BlueROV2. Leveraging a vectored thruster configuration that is usually only seen in high-end vehicles, the BlueROV2 is smooth and stable yet highly

Mike Read (Photo: Teledyne)

Teledyne Maintains Course

, high-pressure connectors, penetrators, cabling, and feedthrough systems for harsh environments. Contact:  Teledyne DGO, 162 Corporate Drive, Suite 100 Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801; Tel: +1 603-474-5571|  E-mail: dgo@teledyne.com   |  www.dgo.com   Teledyne Impulse designs and manufactures high-reliability electrical and optical interconnection systems, motorized power transfer switches, and custom insert molded compression connectors for a broad range of harsh environment applications. Contact:  Teledyne Impulse, 9855 Carroll Canyon Road San Diego, CA

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Teledyne Marine: Joint Technology Workshop a Success

to understanding and growing with our customers’ changing needs. We want to be the partners they call upon to solve their toughest challenges.”    Participating Teledyne Marine product brands included: Teledyne AGG, ATLAS Hydrographic, Benthos, BlueView, Bowtech, CDL, DGO, Gavia, Impulse, Odom Hydrographic, Oceanscience, ODI, PDM, RD Instruments, RESON, SeaBotix, Storm Cable, TSS and Webb Research   Teledyne Marine said planning is already underway for the group’s next joint workshop

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