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Saab Seaeye Progresses Vehicle Residency

Logic’s R&D Manager, Lars Gunnar Hodnefjell, was part of the team that worked with Saab to integrate the Blue Logic 2kW charger into the Sabertooth.“It was a world class demonstration of flexibility and agility,” he said. “The experience really supported the ‘plug and play’ promise we offer our customers.&rdquo

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Subsea Vision & Photogrammetry Lab Formed

Director at GMS.In addition, FORSSEA will soon release the NAV CAM (Navigation Camera), an innovative all-in-one ROV/AUV visual based navigation control center, with high grade calibrated optics, embedded image treatment capacity, pressure sensor and IMU. The NAV CAM has been designed to as a ROV plug-and-play system. It will be compatible with Gyros for survey applications such as subsea asset’s altitude and heading monitoring.(Image: FORSSEA ROBOTICS

STL Secures $2m Contract

;s recently developed range of subsea hydraulic couplers in a range of sizes, and the scope also includes two SLIC deck test stands which enable full function and pressure testing of connected equipment on deck. The SLIC technology is a modular and flexible subsea solution that features “plug and play” connectivity, creating a robust, reliable connection point into well access systems. As a latch-style connector for Riserless Subsea Well Intervention (RLWI), the technology improves safety, offers increased reliability, ease of maintenance and redundancy. The SLIC takes into

Virtual buoys are placed at exact locations via a map display in the NaviSuite Perio software (Image: EIVA)

EIVA Rolls Out Virtual Buoy Solution

by the relevant harbor authority during its latest survey. As a result, the position of each virtual buoy is defined with the highest possible accuracy.    NaviSuite Perio is designed in accordance with IALA recommendation A-126 and supports all types of AtoN markings. It is supplied as a plug and play system and comes fully configured with software, dual computers and a UPS power supply. It comes standard to support 25 virtual buoys. However, 50, 75 and even more buoys can be provided

Fig 1 – Echoscope XD, Echoscope and Echoscope C500 Sonars (Image: Coda Octopus)

Meet the Future of Visualization and Mapping Sonars

set of capabilities which can be deployed in a range of operations and tasks. The new Echoscope4G Surface features our latest signal processing technology, which changes how the software processes data, making the system more intuitive and simpler than ever to operate, making it more of a ‘plug and play’ system.    The range of real-time 3D sonars is complemented by the different software applications. The standard USE software will operate with all of our sonar systems. USE offers additional features to enhance operations including the ability to insert geo-referenced models

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Coda Octopus Rolls Out New Real-time 3D Sonar

the world’s only commercially available real-time 3D sonar that enables vision, mapping and measurement in real time in low or zero visibility conditions underwater, the manufacturer said.   This first product within its next-generation (4G) range, Echoscope4G Surface, is designed for nearly plug-and-play ease of use for shallow water operational needs not to exceed 20 meters water depth. The Surface features a significantly smaller form factor that is 50 percent lighter and 40 percent smaller and requires 30 percent less power than that of the Echoscope 3G product line – all without

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A Small Solution Solves a Big Problem

, the new “little family” is set to be busy.   Importantly for offshore operators, is that sampling investigations on installations still in production, but planned for decommissioning, are not interrupted.   The Falcon's five-thruster strong precise maneuverability, and the plug and play configurability of its intelligent distributed control system, meant Stinger were confident it would be a suitable mother ship for the two fly-off resources, Saab Seaeye said.   Measuring 1 x 0.5 x 0.6 meters in size, Stinger knew the Falcon could pass through the 150cm hatch and into

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Buoy Harnesses Wave Energy to Power Instruments at Sea

A new buoy from Danish company Resen Waves harnesses wave energy to provide continuous power and real time data connectivity to autonomous instruments and machinery in the oceans as a plug and play solution.   While instruments and machinery in the sea have traditionally been powered by batteries, PV or diesel generators, this typically requires regular ship operation to replace batteries or supply of fuel and maintain diesel generators. This is not always possible due to weather and can become costly, meaning power is often economized by cutting back on data transmission, which limits the

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EvoLogics at Ocean Business 2017

with arbitrary waveforms and allow set a reference to trigger signal detection. This is a new opportunity to experiment with the physical layer of wireless acoustic communication. Last but not least, the company is proud to present its work on UUV integrations - EvoLogics developed a “plug and play” floatation block for VideoRay ROV , where a built-in “mini” modem serves as a transponder for accurate USBL positioning of the submersible. Ocean Business 2017 in Southampton, UK, will host the EvoLogics showcase from April 4th till 6th

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LCJ Captures Ultrasonic Solid-State Wind Sensors

4 Hz vertical 70 cm carbon mount, all with 25 meter cable. The interfaces range from the Raymarine ST40 and ST60, to B&G, and NMEA 0183 to NMEA 2000. There is even a wireless sensor with no cables and a solar panel for motor boats and marinas. In addition to wind sensors, LCJ also manufactures the plug-and-play BaroPlug, a barometric sensor in a compact housing with a built-in NMEA 2000 micro connector that can be directly connected to the NMEA 2000 backbone and immediately output the air pressure on a host of displays and chart plotters. The BaroPlug has received rave reviews from sailors, fishermen

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Seafloor Systems Debuts EchoBoat-G2

USV, the search for objects, threats and contraband, attached to walls or vessels, can be located easier and more safely.   The lightweight, portable, multi-payload vehicle comes with lifetime support. It is made from non-corrosive materials and includes efficient dual-DC thrusters and an internal plug-and-play survey deck to seamlessly install a variety of sonar and navigational monitoring equipment. The design offers ease of control, flexibility, and repeatability—allowing harbor and port personnel to collect and analyze important data to ensure the safety and security of harbors and ports

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