Marine Technology Reporter - May 2018
The May 2018 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is now available in print and online.This edition includes features on:Subsea residency: robotic systems move closer to living on the seafloorResearch facilities: MTR goes inside Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, where the U.S. Navy tests scale models in big facilities Subsea engineering: powering up the seafloor in an effort to boost oil and gas productionNew tech: the latest from gliders to USBLsResearch vessels...and moreRead more at https://magazines.marinelink.com/nwm/MarineTechnology/201805/.
Marine Technology Reporter -- May 2017 Edition
The May 2017 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is now available here. This edition includes features on: Subsea Defense: The move toward autonomy is in full force, particularly in anti-submarine warfare Ireland's Blue Economy: The Emerald Isle taps into is burgeoning blue economy Offshore Renewables: BOEM's Jim Bennett discusses the present and future of U.S. offshore wind Port Infrastructure: Port infrastructure projects lie at the heart of American commerce and security Read more at http://digitalmagazines.
Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop: Call for Speakers
Teledyne Marine has issued a call for speakers for its joint Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop (TMTW) to be hosted in San Diego, Calif.; October 15-18, 2017. Building upon the group’s 2015 inaugural event, Teledyne Marine’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 this users’ conference is presentations given by customers sharing their field and laboratory
'National Marine Technology Week' Date Set
Congressmen Farr and Young introduce a bi-partisan Congressional Resolution designating September 22, 2013 through September 28, 2013, as “National Marine Technology Week”. Resolution coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Marine Technology Society and OCEANS 2013 in San Diego. The Marine Technology Society is an international community of ocean engineers, technologists, policy-makers and educators that provides the ocean community with forums for the exchange of information and ideas through its peer-reviewed MTS Journal, conferences, newsletters and Web site (www.mtsociety.org).
Marine Technology Reporter - June 2017 Edition
The June 2017 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is now available here. This edition includes features on: Autonomous Seabed Mapping – Advances in satellite monitoring increase mapping coverage of the entire ocean. Ed Hill – The NOC Executive Director discusses the science and technologies advancing ocean studies. Data Processing – The hydrographic workflow has evolved thanks to a paradigm shift in data processing. Read more at http://digitalmagazines.marinelink.com/nwm/MarineTechnology/201706/.
60th OCEANS Conference Held in Aberdeen
Cosponsors the Marine Technology Society (MTS) and the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society (OES) jointly hosted the OCEANS '17 MTS/IEEE Aberdeen from June 19-22, 2017 in Aberdeen, Scotland. The event, held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC), marked the 60th edition of the global ocean engineering and marine technology forum. “The overall conference was a great example of local Scottish marine technology, and, at the same time, brought to Aberdeen marine science and technology experts from around the globe,” said Professor John Watson, Chair for OCEANS Aberdeen.
Marine Technology Reporter - September 2017 Edition
The September 2017 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is now available – in print, and online. This edition includes features on: Ocean observation: robotics and artificial intelligence pave the path forward. Research vessels: update on the new fleet currently under construction Voices: Marty Klein, the 'father of side scan sonar'; and Frank Cobis, vice president and general manager of Klein Marine Systems Seafloor engineering: the mapping-while-drilling evolution Port insights: Digital transformation of port operations
Teledyne Marine Workshop Set for San Diego
Teledyne Marine will host its second biennial Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop (TMTW) at the Catamaran Resort in San Diego, CA, scheduled for October 15-18, 2017. TMTW will attract hundreds of attendees from around the globe, who will converge to explore, learn, and share their experiences on a broad range of technologies and applications. This year’s TMTW will include more than 50 industry speakers spanning four concurrent morning tracks focused on the utilization of marine technology for offshore energy, oceanography / hydrography, civil engineering / water resources, and defense /
Marine Technology Reporter - October 2017 Edition
The October 2017 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is now available – in print, and online. This edition includes features on: The sophisticated technology used to find and explore the long-lost USS Indianapolis Deep-sea mining: the promises of subsea riches pose a threat to subsea environments Unmanned forces: building a multi-domain autonomous fleet Aerial drones improve safety and performance offshore The Arctic “Roomba”: new technologies for recovering oil spills in icy waters Read
Marine Robots Take Center Stage
The use of robotics and artificial intelligence in marine technology will be the theme of Marine-i’s next Discovery Room event. This free event will take place on Wednesday November 22 at Tremough Innovation Center, Penryn. Marine-i is an EU-funded scheme that provides support for the marine technology sector in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Its Discovery Room events are designed to draw together the latest thinking and expertise on a specific theme of marine technology, delivered in a series of short presentations and followed up by interactive workshops and Q&A sessions.
Oceans 2016 Tech Preview in Marine Technology Reporter
The September 2016 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is the “Oceans 2016” edition, and to that end MTR will publish technology shorts highlighting the latest technology developments from exhibiting companies. To participate, simply send to Eric Haun ([email protected]): Words: 100 to 200 Images: 300 dpi/.jpg (images of products, people and/or logo) Deadline: Friday, August 19, 2016.
Marine Technology Reporter - November/December 2017 Edition
The November/December 2017 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is now available – in print, and online. This edition includes features on: How ADCP technology is helping to solve sustainable energy needs The advanced technology used in studying extreme wave events off Ireland Offshore wind: A look at the world's largest untapped market Aker Solutions' VP for subsea lifecycle services in Brazil weighs in on IMR technology and initiatives Read more at http://magazines.marinelink.com/nwm/MarineTechnology/201711/
Visit Marine Technology Reporter at Oceanology International
Marine Technology Reporter will be exhibiting at Oceanology International! Stop by Stand 305 and pick up the March Issue of Marine Technology Reporter. The March issue features the Oceanology International preview: jam packed with the latest technologies and launches that will be at the show. Marine Technology Reporter is also the ideal place for your company to advertise to the subsea market. When you stop by, pick up our media kit or make an appointment to speak to our editorial and marketing staff. Visit us at Oceanology International Make an Appointment
OI North America 2017 Registration Open
open for the debut Oceanology International North America (OINA) exhibition and conference. Taking place at the San Diego Convention Center, California on February 14 – 16,2017, OINA is an exciting new biennial series that will bring together 1000s of professionals from the ocean science and marine technology communities across the Americas and globally. Based on the same uniquely diverse approach that has helped to establish OI London as the leading event of its kind, OINA is set to become the must-attend forum for industry, academia and government looking to share knowledge in order to improve
Marine Technology Apprenticeship Candidates Sought
Northwestern Michigan College is seeking candidates for its Department of Labor-approved apprenticeship program in marine technology, the only one in the nation with a focus on remotely-operated and autonomous underwater vehicles. NMC will provide the classroom training from classes in the marine technology bachelor of science curriculum. The program’s goal is to develop graduates ready to perform applied technical work in this industry sector. This includes the calibration, deployment, operation, maintenance, and management of marine technology assets, including data collection,
Québec, New England Strengthen Marine Technology Ties
a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Technopole Maritime du Québec (TMQ) and the Marine & Oceanographic Technology Network (MOTN) at a special ceremony and reception on March 12. Signaling a growing relationship between Québec’s & New England’s marine technology communities, the document marks an important step for both. The Memorandum serves as a framework for information exchange, contacts between businesses, research entities, and students and faculty, as well as the mutual pursuit of growing opportunities in ocean and coastal observation systems
Fugro to Train Saudi Students in Marine Technology
Fugro’s new partnership with KAUST (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) was marked recently with the inauguration of the KAUST - Fugro Center of Excellence for Marine Technology. The new center will provide training in ROV operations and hydrographic survey within the Kingdom as part of the Saudization program.KAUST’s facilities and location, on the shore of the Red Sea, are ideal for addressing the challenges associated with mapping the Red Sea, large tracts of which remain unexplored due to extreme depths, temperature and salinity.“This close working relationship