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BIRNS, Inc. Enables More Data Flow at Greater Depths

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on May 19, 2024

Started 70 years ago in Southern California in Eric Birns’ father’s garage, BIRNS, Inc. has become a global leader in subsea technology, with a line of connectors, cable assemblies, lights and penetrators. BIRNS, Inc. is committed to quality, quality verified by objective data and third-party testing. At the recent Oceanology International 2024 in London, Eric Birns discusses the company’s evolution, technology milestones and its promising future to keep the subsea industry connected.

Unique Group Celebrates 30 Years of Innovation

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on April 28, 2024

Unique Group has evolved its technology offer to the subsea space mightily in its three decades of business, collaborating with its global clientele to develop and deliver solutions that maximize efficiency, cost-effectiveness and safety, while minimizing impact to the environment.

Ocean Infinity Moves Forward on Uncrewed Vessels

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on April 25, 2024

When uncrewed vessels are the fodder of endless talk and speculation in maritime circles, Ocean Infinity has been a clear leader in blazing the trail, leveraging latest autonomous and remote operation technologies to help drive efficiency and safety in marine operations. Sam Taylor discusses the present and future with MTR TV.

SMD Inks Deal with Jan De Nul Group for New eROV

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on April 25, 2024

SMD announced the sale of its first electric ROV to Luxembourg-based marine contractor, Jan De Nul Group. Mike Jones, Chairman, SMD, discusses the significance of the deal at the SMD booth at Oceanology International in London.

Greensea IQ Bayonet Surf Zone Robotics @ Oi ‘24

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on April 25, 2024

At Oceanology International Greensea IQ had a coming out party for its new name and rebranding, highlighting the line of Bayonet Surf Zone Robotics that are designed to gather information efficiently in the difficult surf zone. Ben Kinnaman, CEO, Greensea IQ, discusses with MTR TV the vision for his company’s future.

RUBHY AI: PAM Buoy with Artificial Intelligence

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on April 21, 2024

Many talk about artificial intelligence, underwater acoustic and robotics specialist RTSys is putting AI to work in its new RUBHY AI. Corentin Troussard, International Sales Manager, Science & Industry, RTSys, discusses how his company is leveraging AI to help make its client’s work in the water more effective and efficient.

Teledyne Marine Debuts Slocum Sentinel Glider

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on April 14, 2024

Aiming for an ambitious around the world navigation with the new, improved and recently debuted Slocum Sentinel Glider, Teledyne Marine’s Shea Quinn and Clayton Jones discuss the new ocean glider and its technical capabilities with Marine Technology TV

Cellula Robotics Taps the Power of Hydrogen

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on April 7, 2024

Cellula Robotics is at the forefront of large, capable autonomous underwater vehicles fueled by hydrogen and designed to vastly expand the range, endurance and capabilities for defense, science and commerce. CEO Neil Manning discusses the advances with MTR TV.

Saab Debuts Electric Manipulator

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on April 4, 2024

As the offshore and subsea communities move to electric, Saab introduced the Seaeye eM1-7 Electric Manipulator on the show floor at Oceanology International, London. Rob Dewell, Integration Engineer, Saab UK, runs the new unit through its paces and explains the benefits to Marine Technology TV.

4H JENA Engineering: The Data Collectors

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on March 31, 2024

Talk about ‘digitalization’ and ‘big data’ is incessant, but the starting point is the efficient, effective collection of the data. Germany-based 4H Jena Engineering has added a powerful new tool to the kit: a powerful new senor that combines CO2 and CH4 measurement into the same unit. In addition to the company’s Ferry Box – which uses vessels of opportunity to collect data – all roads at 4H Jena Engineering lead to the collection and distribution of large amounts of quality data.
The February 2024 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is focused on Oceanographic topics and technologies.
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