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Photo: Straightpoint

Straightpoint Launches Subsea Link

Force measurement equipment manufacturer Straightpoint (SP), a Crosby Group company, has launched the Subsea Link, a standard product for applications up to 2,000m (6,562 feet) beneath the water’s surface.The product can be rigged with Crosby’s remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV) shackles (tested to the same depths) and the company’s Trawlex shackle range, amongst others. The IP68 / NEMA 6P-rated Subsea Link also boasts components from SubConn, a specialist manufacturer of pluggable electrical connectors to the demanding underwater industry.SP staged a soft launch of the

Image: Port of Amsterdam International

Sailing Drone Inspects Ships at Locks

up in collaboration with Seabed. This system integrator from Amsterdam has brought over the Telemetron of Maritime Robotics in Norway to the Netherlands for the test week.The Telemetron is the research vessel of Maritime Robotics on which they test their hardware and software. Seabed provides the measurement equipment on board the Telemetron.The Dutch Customs Office is also taking part in this pilot, which wants to scan the hulls of vessels entering the ports.For the pilot it was decided to examine the inspection process of marginal ships. Marginal ships are vessels of which the depth is such that they

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Wave Buoy Measurements on a Hexapod

efficiency of anti-roll tanks, sloshing in liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanks, safety of cruise ship swimming pools or drop tests with a free-fall lifeboat from a moving platform.   As the positioning system of the hexapod is very accurate, another useful application is the validation of measurement equipment. Recently, MARIN used it to evaluate the measurement accuracy of a Datawell wave buoy for Shell and Woodside. Wave buoys are occasionally used in conditions outside their design range, in very long or short waves. The hexapod tests proved very useful to gain more insight into the limits and

MTR100: develogic GmbH

systems support the creation of highly integrated, unique solutions. In 2013, develogic invested more than EUR 1M in state of the art CNC machining centers as part of the extension of its mechanical workshop. Pick-and-place machines, a vapor phase soldering oven and related inspection, test and measurement equipment allow prototyping of highly integrated customised PCBs with shortest turnaround times. With its up-to-date facility we can offer the full range of specification, development and production of short and high quantities in the fields of mechanics, electronics and software, as well as quality

Installation of WaveRoller

WaveRoller Obtains DNV GL Verification

performance for external verification. Independent verification of the WaveRoller power matrix signifies a major milestone for near-shore wave energy converters on their way to commercialization and large scale deployment. The WaveRoller device is equipped with a large array of sensor and measurement equipment that monitor the operating conditions and performance of the device. The recorded data is instantly available in the control room in Portugal, as well as by remote connection. The 2012 and 2013 grid-connected and fully operational hours delivered much data for various device settings and

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