Ian Estaphan Owen, co-founder and CEO of JAIA Robotics, discusses the rationale behind the company’s founding and it’s prospects for the future.
Karl Lander, Director, Regulatory Compliance and Outreach, discusses the “hull cleaning as a service” system pioneered by Armach Robotics, as well as how it falls into the “decarbonization” discussion.
Teledyne’s Reson Seabat T50R multibeam echosounder (MBES) was the essential piece of kit deployed in extreme tidal sites (currents speed greater than 3m/s) off the coast of western Scotland, UK. Christian Armstrong, PhD candidate, University of Highlands and Islands and Pim Kuus, Teledyne Marine discuss the project and the findings.
David Parker discusses the rationale behind the new UK Center for Seabed Mapping, with insight on seabed mapping and it’s connection to the Blue Economy.
Born from offshore engineering, the Wonder Reef literally came to life under the guise of Subcon Blue Solutions, large scale sculptural artist Daniel Templeman and the City of Gold Coast.
When Rusty Jehangir founded Blue Robotics in 2014 in his garage with just north of $100K in Kickstarter funding, little did he envision the rapid growth and expansion that has driven the company over the last eight years.
Shepard Smith parlays lessons learned during a long and distinguished career with NOAA into his new position at XOcean, seeking to bring new levels of efficiency and cost-effectiveness to the study of the world’s waterways.
Dr. Lorraine Gray discusses Pioneer Consulting’s recent contract win on Google Equiano Cable Project, as well as global cable laying trends in general.
Dawn Massa-Stancavish shares her insights and experience as a female, third generation leader of Massa Products, an innovative sonar and ultrasonic products engineering company.
David Ince discusses the return of the Oceanology International Exhibition to London in March of 2022.