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IUEM Chooses iXblue Equipment

.”Enhancing iXblue’s offer in subsea positioning solutions, the Canopus LBL transponder was developed in tight collaboration with major scientific partners. Easy to deploy and to use thanks to its user-friendly MMI (Man-Machine Interface), it is especially suited for scientific and industrial applications that require high autonomy, instrumentation, repeatability and accuracy. Thanks to its hundreds of acoustic codes for interrogation and reply, Canopus can be used in the most complex environments without any acoustic interferences. It features underwater acoustic communication between transponder

(L-R) Chelsea’s Brian Phillips and John Ramsden, Sonardyne.  (Photo: Sonardyne)

Sonardyne Acquires Chelsea Technologies Group

, testing, compliance and global distribution capabilities, allowing the company to access many more international territories.Chelsea, based in West Molesey, Surrey, has a broad base in environmental sensing technology spanning markets in fresh and waste water, oceanography and a wide range of industrial applications. In addition to its optical engineering capability, it provides underwater acoustic products to both civilian and defense customers.Fueled to no small degree by its involvement in the rapidly developing, maritime/green shipping markets, where it has introduced a number of new products, Chelsea

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Yale Cordage Acquires Largest Test Bed in Eastern US

capacity, and this test bed is just the next step in helping us achieve that mission."Yale was founded in 1950 by O. Sherman Yale, who early on recognized the value and cost-saving potential for synthetic fiber technology. Now, nearly 70 years later, Yale’s products span multiple industrial applications, and Yale rope, Fortis2 and LOUPS slings, cables, and other products are found on every continent - on the deep sea bed, in outer space, and under the arctic ice.The machine includes built-in programs and customization available for load testing including cyclic, bend over sheave and proof

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Seismic Software donated to Delft U of T

; Kamal al-Yahya, Senior Vice President, GeoSoftware, CGG, said: “Given our very close historic ties to TU Delft, the university is a key partner as we extend our software donation program in Europe. TU Delft is renowned for its conduct of high-quality scientific research for societal and industrial applications and it is a source of pride that its students will continue to have access to Jason and can now also benefit from a full suite of our HampsonRussell software to increase their proficiency in reservoir characterization. This kind of cooperation is important to support the training of the

Figure 1: Hell Bay 4 demonstrated collaboration using robots from different manufacturers. 10 systems networked together through a central command station. (Photo Courtesy SeeByte)

Unmanned Forces: Building a Multi-Domain Autonomous Fleet

can collaborate and contribute to new robotic capabilities.    Open means the system can easily be extended to work with new systems, new sensors and new programmers and hardware manufacturers – the goal should always be best-of-breed. An improvement in code, sensing or industrial applications is something that we should be able to take advantage of, without building a whole new system. By generating waypoints that dynamically stay ahead of the vehicle, the vehicle can adapt the mission in real-time as it senses new stimuli. Since all autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) and unmanned

US Navy Partners with ALFA International

by Advanced Image Enhancement are now incorporated in the software suite of an international digital mammography equipment supplier. ALFA International Inc. manufactures and markets specialty adhesives for electronics, medical, aerospace, telecommunications, automotive and civil engineering industrial applications. ALFA International’s clients include ITW, Raytheon, General Electric, Ford Motor Company, General Dynamics, Johns Manville, Reckitt Benckiser Teradyne, Amphenol and Clorox

AgilPose implemented on a UAV for a precision hover/land system. The company plans to launch the system for underwater precision docking in UUVs. (Photo: Agile Sensor Technologies)

Atlantic Canada Profiles: Agile Sensor Technologies

and employ safe operating limits. Immediately, the system can relay alerts back to the autopilot, and if desired, can be programmed to take preventive actions without a pilot.    According to Gartner Research, battery life is one of the largest inhibitors to drone adoption in industrial applications. Synapse keeps UAVs in the air longer. Our ultra-efficient solution incorporates motor commutation algorithms and active braking that reduce power consumption by up to 10% per motor. What does this all mean? UAVs can stay in the air longer, carry more payload and fly further.   Synapse

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LCJ Captures Ultrasonic Solid-State Wind Sensors

LCJ Capteurs produces solid state ultrasonic wind sensors built for the harsh marine environment. Their durability and user friendly operation also lend them well to use in weather stations and industrial applications, such as agriculture. These innovative sensors are now available through Fugawi based in Toronto, Canada. Fugawi has been an industry leader in software and digital charts for the marine industry since 1995. In addition to its own software, Fugawi distributes high tech marine products such as the NMEA 2000 Actisense gateways. “We are proud to add the LCJ Capteurs’ unique

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

OINA 2017 to Feature New ‘BlueTech’

deployments. Kongsberg Maritime will also bring its line of underwater vehicles to OINA 2017 with Hugin and Munin AUVs in focus (booth # C35), in addition to subsidiary Hydroid’s famous Remus AUV (booth # C31). Advanced Subsea Monitoring systems for scientific, environmental and industrial applications will be on show alongside the Norwegian headquartered marine and subsea technology developers extensive range of single and multibeam underwater mapping systems, including the advanced new GeoSwath 4 system. OINA 2017 will be the most diverse conference and exhibition for the marine science

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New Hydraulics Training Course at The Underwater Center

Subsea training facility The Underwater Center has introduced a new hydraulics course which will provide candidates from a wide range of industries an introduction to fluid power systems.   Hydraulics are an essential component of many industrial applications in manual and automated plant, from forestry, agriculture and marine engineering, to complex robotic and mechatronic systems.   The Underwater Center has developed the course to give candidates an introduction to the principles of fluid mechanics and provide hands-on experience using the Center’s new training equipment.  

Call for Abstracts: Small Distributed Ocean Power

accuracy, relevance and quality of analysis.   Topic 1: In-situ Power Generation for individual ocean sensors or sensor networks; Size Scale Category: MICRO - Nano Watts to 1 kW: There is a need for remote ocean power for ocean sensors that are deployed worldwide for research, defense and industrial applications. These sensors require in situ power sources with varying output power requirements of less than 1kW, depending upon the intended application and duration. The primary customers are the scientific community.   Topic 2: In-situ Power Generation for Buoys of all sorts; Size Scale Category:

Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2019 - Hydrographic Survey: Single & Multibeam Sonar

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