How Will the Fukushima Water Release Impact the Pacific Ocean?
Japanese authorities are preparing to release treated radioactive wastewater into the Pacific Ocean…
Kraken’s Wins $1.5m in SAS Orders for Defense Customer
Kraken Robotics announced $1.5 million in orders from a US defense customer for our…
Silicon Sensing Appoints Dr. Marshall as Chief Engineer
Dr. Mark Marshall was appointed as Chief Engineer of Silicon Sensing Systems Ltd. Dr.
Wave Overtopping System to Improve Coastal Hazard Forecasts
The National Oceanography Center (NOC) developed WireWall, a system designed to measure…
Marine Heatwaves Are Sweeping the Seafloor Around North America
Heatwaves unfolding on the bottom of the ocean can be more intense and last longer…
General Oceans Scouts for Ocean Tech Acquisition Targets
General Oceans reported revenues of NOK 641 million in 2022, a growth of 76 percent compared to 2021. EBITDA ended at NOK 139 million…
Nations Secure UN Global High Seas Biodiversity Pact
Negotiators from more than 100 countries completed a U.N. treaty to protect the high seas on Saturday, a long-awaited step…
Silicon Sensing Presents on Pinpoint at IEEE Inertial 2023
At the four-day IEEE Inertial international symposium on inertial sensors and systems this month Dr. Mark Marshall, Chief Engineer…
A Recap of Subsea Expo Aberdeen
Subsea Expo, an annual three-day showcase of the UK’s £8billion underwater industry organized by the Global Underwater Hub…
Kraken's Robotics as a Service (RaaS) Contract with Royal Canadian Navy Deemed 'Success'
Canadian marine robotics company Kraken Robotics Inc. has successfully completed a Robotics as a Service (RaaS) contract with the Royal Canadian Navy, for the testing of Kraken’s ultra-high-resolution survey equipment. This $0.5 million contract was funded under the government of Canada’s Innovative Solutions Canada program, and the testing department for this service offering was the Royal Canadian Navy's Fleet Diving Unit Atlantic (FDU-A) based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Outland Sells ROV With Multiple Tritech Sensors Emas Energy Services
An ROV equipped with multiple Tritech sensors has been sold by Outland Technology to the geographic survey company Emas Energy…
Miros Sensors put to the test in the Port of Gdynia
Miros has installed a tailored environmental monitoring system to support a three-year research project at the port of Gdynia in Poland.
SP80: 80-knot Sailboat Demands High-Performance Sensing
Fischer Connectors’ solutions support the transmission of sensor data for the wind-powered SP80 boat setting out to reach…
Polar POD Project Enters Shipyard Construction Phase in France
Ifremer, Jean-Louis Etienne and the entire Polar POD team announced its construction by the Piriou shipyards in association with 3C Metal, under the direction of the project owner, Ifremer. The scientific program of this international oceanographic "station" is being overseen by the French National Centre for Scientific Research (Centre national de la recherche scientifique, CNRS), in partnership with the French National Centre for Space Studies (Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales…
The Arctic: Scientists Aim to Improve Sea Ice Predictions' Accuracy, Access
Sea ice predictions have improved markedly since the founding of an international forecasting and monitoring network 14 years…
UAF’s GINA Provides a Guiding Hand in Arctic Ocean Research
The research vessel Sikuliaq navigated among and around the chunks and slabs of Arctic sea ice above Alaska for several weeks…
Photo of the Day
On a cruise led by Seth Danielson (UAF/CFOS) and Jackie Grebmeier (UMCES), researchers are making measurements and conducting…