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Aleron Acquires IMPAQ

and technology development from its existing base in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. All testing will be conducted at the Group headquarters in Aberdeen, Scotland.“John Rodgers will continue to play an important role in the company, spearheading the development of new electrical drive technology solutions,” McConnell said.“We also have ambitious plans to grow the number of IMPAQ-Technologies personnel by the end of the year.&rdquo

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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

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VA Offshore Wind: A Strong Foundation

.5 million, accounting for almost half of the $41 million total.To get started, the Consortium has three priority R&D topics:• Wind plant technology advancement;• Wind resource and physical site characterization; and,• Installation, operations and maintenance, and supply chain technology solutions.This is all new work, really upcoming work.  The Consortium held the first meeting of its Board of Directors in October 2018 at which it approved its R&D roadmap, which, importantly, will be updated and kept current, a site to keep on a checklist.  (The Consortium is advertising

“We are moving autonomous technologies into vehicles that have always been "remotely operated" or even manned to realize more efficiency and capability.  We are really blurring the lines between "ROV" and "AUV" and minimizing the technical difference between manned and unmanned. ”
Ben Kinnaman, CEO, Greensea Systems, Inc."

Subsea: The Future of Unmanned Vehicles

dream and the market is buying, but, the old model of technology adoption where we just buy a new sensor and strap it on to an existing system is not going to work,” Kinnaman said. “To realize this potential and fulfill what the market is expecting requires the industry to figure out technology solutions for making these systems truly efficient and effective in the hands of the operator.  Full integration and task efficiency is the only real path forward for these systems. We have to address how to deliver a system that does what the operator intends it to do, easily.”AUVs&ldquo

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CGG and TGS Partner for Greater Castberg Survey

;Greater Castberg will expand the great TGS data coverage in the Barents Sea, said Kristian Johansen, CEO, “TGS. The survey sits in the right place of the Barents Sea, and production licenses will start producing from this area in 2022.”Johansen added, “The area calls for high-technology solutions, and a tailor-made solution for this area is created in close collaboration with the clients and within the JV.”The survey will be acquired and processed with the latest developments of CGG’s TopSeis acquisition and imaging technology.“Our unique TopSeis solution combines

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i-Tech Services Expands in Houston

turnkey solution that protects the integrity and optimizes the performance of subsea infrastructure throughout the life of a field.“To position ourselves for the future and help manage the increasing demand for our services, we have invested in growing the team and the development of new technology solutions to ensure we remain the go-to provider for all our clients’ life of field challenges.&rdquo

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MacArtney Delivers TRIAXUS ROTV to China

;.The need for continually evolving marine observation technology is one that is becoming increasingly more important as research organisations consider the wider climatic and ecological issues faced by our modern world. As we achieve this milestone, MacArtney plan to continue providing innovative technology solutions to support our ocean science customers

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Subsea’s Future is Blowin’ in the Wind

throughout the life of the equipment.David-Lee Jones, Ørsted’s senior technical project lead, said that when conducting wind turbine inspections it is often challenging to collect consistent image quality across the largest offshore turbines. That’s where robotics and software technology solutions provider SkySpecs comes into play.SkySpecs cofounder and chief technology officer Tom Brady said information gathered through his company’s automated drone inspection service helps owners to form their predictive maintenance strategies with “a mountain of blade data” and

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5 Minutes with Mike Read, President, Teledyne Marine

of their current application. With technologies broken into five core segments; Imaging, Instruments, Interconnect, Seismic and Vehicles, our Teledyne Marine sales staff is now able to address not only brand level solution, but turn-key systems and capabilities by leveraging our full range of technology solutions. Our engineering teams are able to leverage expertise across common technologies through our technology based global centers of excellence. With more than 1,600 employees focused on a single Teledyne Marine, we provide a unique customer-market focused mentality to technology development and

Seabed Geosolutions Wins GoM Extensions

seabed. These data are used for detailed reservoir characterization, monitoring of the impact of production and detection of potential geohazards. With its global footprint, Seabed Geosolutions is one of the largest seabed geophysical data acquisition service providers with the broadest range of technology solutions for projects in water depths up to 3,000 meters

The Saab Seaeye Cougar XT is the only system with the power to operate the SubC anode replacement tool, and also operate in strong shallow water currents. (Image courtesy of SubC Partner)

Cougar ROV Helps Cut Costs of Anode Repairs

system capable of handling anodes weighing up to 40 kg and in lengths up to 1,100 mm – and can be adapted for any size of anode.“It not only saves diving operations and increases personnel safety significantly, but a Cougar electric system substitutes very expensive alternative technology solutions based on hydraulics,” Brix concluded

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