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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.

Meet VideoRay’s New Vehicle Mission Specialist Ally

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on March 24, 2024

At Oceanology International in London, VideoRay introduced a new vehicle, Mission Specialist Ally underwater robot. Marcus Kolb, Chief Product & Innovation Officer, VideoRay, takes MTR TV and its viewers on a run through the new vehicle and the cutting edge 4K Ultra Smart camera with AI built in.

RBR Sensor, Winch Tech Enable Efficient Ocean Data Gathering

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

As RBR turns 50, Greg Johnson, President, discusses recent innovations on its traditional sensors systems, as well as the technical spec and rationale behind its new winch that enables much faster in-water surveys.

Valeport’s Bathy2

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on March 18, 2024

The Bathy2 from Valeport is designed to meet bathymetric requirements for a reliable, accurate and robust instrument with more functionality to suit specific operations up to 6000m in depth, as Neal Adamson explained to MTR TV.

Hugin Endurance Stretches the Boundaries

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on March 18, 2024

Paramount to working effectively and efficiently underwater is staying below the surface longer. The Hugin Endurance AUV, with its larger form factor and resulting payload, is designed to do just that, as Martin Wien Fjell, President, Kongsberg Discovery explains.

NBOSI: Small CTD Maker Packs a Powerful Punch

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on January 3, 2024

Neil Brown Ocean Sensors Inc. (NBOSI) has a simple tagline: “The CTD for your AUV.” This small business has made a strong career offering research-quality Conductivity-Temperature-Depth (CTD) sensors in a compact, cost-effective and easy-to-integrate package for a wide range of subsea vehicles, including the tremendous market opportunity coming in the micro AUV market.

NOAA is Hiring Mariners

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on December 1, 2023

The shortage of mariner globally is well documented, a shortage that impacts the U.S.’ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). In a recent interview with Maritime Reporter TV, Chris Nichols, Professional Mariner Recruiter, NOAA, discusses the rationale for considering a career at sea with NOAA, including a $10,000 signing bonus.
The February 2024 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is focused on Oceanographic topics and technologies.
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