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Meet the Affordable Barracuda AUV

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on May 28, 2023

Born from the Shell Ocean Discovery XPrize, Tampa Deep Sea Xplorers today offers the Barracuda autonomous underwater vehicle. With its affordability, it ability to be launched and recovered by hand, and its 600 ft. depth rating, this capable AUV is targeting organizations that need big ocean information on a more modest budget. Ed Larson, Founder & CEO, and Joe Daum, CFO, discuss the details with Marine Technology TV.

Voyis Launches Discovery Vision Systems for ROVs

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on May 21, 2023

Voyis CEO Chris Gilson discusses his company’s recent introduction of the Discovery Vision System, a system which aims to revolutionize how ROVs see the underwater world. The Discovery camera is a single camera and lighting system that offers 4K low-latency video for piloting, while also capturing the high-fidelity still images that are required for 3D modeling.

Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities of Floating Wind with Acteon CCO Barry Parsons

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on May 15, 2023

While the fixed-bottom offshore wind dominates, in the not-too-distant future, floating wind will be the answer to efficient and voluminous renewable offshore wind power. Acteon CCO Barry Parsons discusses the technologies being developed and the planning being put in place so that the company can capitalize on this fast-growing market sector.

MEMS Inertial Sensors, IMUs Open Subsea Technology Capabilities

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on April 28, 2023

From the Ocean Business show floor in Southampton, Darioosh Naderi, Business Development Manager, discusses with MTR TV Silicon Sensing’s latest product capabilities.

One on One with Simon Partridge, Chairman, Covelya Group

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on April 17, 2023

More than 50 years ago, Simon Partridge’s father started Sonardyne in the family home, with “a test tank in the garden, a workshop in the garage and an electronics lab in the spare room.” Much has changed since 1971, and today Partridge serves as the chairman of Covelya Group, a $120 million umbrella organization for Sonardyne and its growing family of brand names in the subsea space, including Sonardyne, Wavefront, Chelsea Technologies, EIVA, Voyis and Forcys. MTR TV spoke with Partridge recently to discuss the future pace and direction of growth for the organization.

Leadership Profile: Elyette Roux, Nexans

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on March 21, 2023

With two decades of engineering background, Elyette Roux today leads the Sales, Marketing, Communications & Transformation division at Nexans. She discusses the vast opportunities for women in leadership positions at technical companies in the maritime and offshore energy sectors.

Sofar Ocean’s Quest to Unlock Ocean Data

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on March 20, 2023

Understanding our planet more than ever depends on understanding our oceans, and Sofar Ocean is on an epic quest to unlock and extract data from the world’s waterways. Co-Founder and CEO Tim Janssen recently visited with MTR to discuss the rapid growth of his company, and the burgeoning use cases for information from our oceans.

Hydromea Moves Fast Forward on Subsea Robotics, Communication Tech

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on March 12, 2023

Born eight years ago, Hydromea is a dynamic and fast-growing Swiss-based subsea technology company that aims to help solve some of the subsea industry’s most vexing problems. Co-founder and CTO Felix Schill shares with Marine Technology TV insights on the technical trends driving vehicle and communications tech development.

Argeo Moves Forward Fast on Autonomy

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on February 20, 2023

Born from offshore energy, Argeo is a small but fast-growing Norwegian company that is breaking barriers on the development and deployment of autonomous vessels and patented electro magnetic sensor systems, too. Trond Crantz, Argeo’s CEO, chats with Marine Technology Reporter to discuss the course ahead.

USEA Moves Ahead on Autonomous Ocean Data Initiative

Posted to Marine Technology TV (by Greg Trauthwein) on February 9, 2023

The need to discover and recover masses of information from our oceans is well understood and agreed, a potential boon to business, science and defense. Today there are many individual and coordinated efforts globally to more efficiently, effectively retrieve and distribute data, including an initiative from USEA Ocean Data, a Norwegian start-up that is aiming to leverage advanced autonomy as an exponential multiplier of capability. MTR TV recently spoke with Felipe Lima, CEO, USEA Ocean Data, for insights on his organization’s progress to date and the challenges ahead.
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