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MTR100: Profiles of 100 Subsea Leaders

Marine Technology Reporter will publish the 14th Annual "MTR100" -- profiles of 100 innovators and leaders in the subsea industry, including offshore, defense and academia.The process to apply takes less than 20 minutes, and your inclusion in this annual positions your company, your technology and your executives as global leaders in the subsea sectors.Marine Technology Reporter is the largest-circulation audited b2b publication in the world with a circulation of more than 25,000. Deadline to apply is July 5, 2019.Check out last year's edition here:https://magazines.marinelink.

i-Tech 7 Hires New Business Development Manager

i-Tech 7, Subsea 7’s life of field business unit, has appointed Craig Roberts as its new regional business development manager for its Asia Pacific & Middle East region.Roberts, who joins from Total Marine Technology (TMT) where he was operations manager, will be based in the company’s Perth office, in Australia. He brings to the role more than 25 years’ experience in the offshore oil and gas industry, specializing in the delivery of remotely executed subsea solutions and tooling across the entire lifecycle of a subsea development.Roberts will work with Simon Hird, i-Tech 7’s

Pictured here at the Sidus booth are (L to R): Leonard Pool, Mark Hopper, VP, and Francis Labonte, both with Montreal-based Vantrix. Look for a feature on the system in a future edition of Marine Technology Reporter magazine. Photo: Greg Trauthwein

Subsea Camera: "You never miss anything"

ability to allow multiple users in multiple locations to see unique views from the same camera, simultaneously.Pictured here at the Sidus booth are (L to R): Leonard Pool, Mark Hopper, VP, and Francis Labonte, both with Montreal-based Vantrix. Look for a feature on the system in a future edition of Marine Technology Reporter magazine

The 2018 MATE International ROV Competition was held at the King County Aquatic Center in in Federal Way, Wash.  (Photo: MATE)

MATE ROV Competition Planned in Tennessee

experiences like the MATE competitions. We appreciate Jill, the entire MATE organization, and their passion for advancing STEM education. We look forward to an exciting event.”Organized by the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center and MATE II, the competition is supported by the Marine Technology Society’s ROV Committee, the National Science Foundation, Eastman, Motorola Solutions Foundation, Teledyne Marine, and other technology and education-related organizations

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Tappan Zee Constructors ‘See’ Below the Hudson

were also major issues.“As soon as the excavator bucket, clam shell bucket, cutter head on a dredge goes under the water you can no longer see it, so you really don’t know what’s happening,” said Lou Nash, president of Measutronics Corporation, an integrator of Trimble Marine technology.Tappan Zee Constructors consulted with Nash, the Measutronics team and Trimble to overcome these challenges. The positioning and guidance systems used included Trimble and Teledyne components – Trimble software, hardware, and sensors for positioning, guidance and tracking of machines

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Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop: Speakers Wanted

Teledyne Marine said it is seeking speakers for its joint Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop (TMTW) to be hosted in San Diego, October 6-9, 2019.The company’s 23 brands will once again join forces to host an expanded users’ conference in which users from around the globe will converge to explore, learn and share their experience on a broad range of applications and technologies. A key component of the users’ conference are the many speakers and industry influencers that share their field and laboratory experience utilizing Teledyne products. The three-day workshop will include

Export Licensing: Tips U.S. Exporters Shouldn’t Overlook

needed. Screen all the parties to your transaction.• Review the control lists carefully. The USML and the BIS-administered Commerce Control List (CCL) include not only complete systems and key parts and components, but also raw materials, production equipment, and other related items. For marine technology exporters, key entries can be found in USML categories VI (surface vessels of war), XI (underwater electronics and acoustic systems), XII (optical and inertial sensors) and XX (submersible vessels); and CCL categories 5 (telecommunications), 6 (acoustic sensors), 7 (inertial sensors and navigation)

(Photo: Kongsberg Maritime)

Kongsberg Sells First Sounder USV

Kongsberg Maritime has signed a contract to deliver its newly introduced Sounder unmanned surface vehicle (USV) system to the largest fishing company in Peru, the marine technology company unveiled at Ocean Business this week.Equipped for deployment in fishery applications, the new multipurpose USV system will become a resource in TASA’s plans to overhaul and optimize operations throughout its 48-vessel fleet, Kongsberg said.The fully integrated and calibrated USV solution offers a high definition fishery sonar combined with a wideband echosounder from Simrad, operable from a laptop PC or radio

Dynautics Phantom AUV (IMage: Dynautics)

Dynautics Launches the Phantom AUV

UK based marine technology company Dynautics has unveiled a new modular and scalable autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) called the Dynautics Phantom.The first iteration of the product, which has been sea trialed and shipped to customers, will be shown at the Ocean Business Technology exhibition in Southampton, UK.The vehicle design can be adapted to carry a range of payloads and scalable to ensure it can be adapted to suit the end users’ mission, explained Dr. Henry Robinson, Dynautics CEO."We have developed a simple and efficient design on a fast turnaround basis, the sea trials have been

(Photo: EOM Offshore)

EOM Offshore Acquires Ocean Tech Services

."With a focus on the growing US offshore renewable energy industry, here in Massachusetts and along both coasts of the US, [Stephen O’Malley] and the team at Ocean Tech provide the expertise and knowledge that we need to grow EOM into the next phase of our evolution as a premier marine technology solutions company," said Dr. David Aubrey, CEO EOM Offshore Inc."Since acquiring EOM from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in 2018, we have been seeking a partner that can provide the service delivery portion of our patented technologies for environmental data collection solutions

A Timelapse of EagleRay Transitioning from Sea to Sky (Credit NCSU)

Drones for Coastal Enviro Management

, and describe future developments and applications for coastal ocean observing systems. A comprehensive workshop report is available from the ACT website (www.act-us.info).The workshop also sought to explore the challenges of truly quantitative multispectral and hyperspectral remote sensing in coastal marine environments and the legal and privacy issues associated with using drones in public and private lands and ocean spaces.To promote broad input and cross-sector information-sharing, workshop participants included private-sector UAS technology developers and service providers, academic researchers

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