Canada-based Knudsen Engineering Limited designs and builds single-beam echosounders for customers around the world. The company's Vice President, Operations and Marketing, Judith Knudsen, shares several keys to success.
Plymouth University’s Marine Institute is the largest of its kind in the U.K. Deputy director Nicholas Higgs describes how the institute is branching out beyond academia to work with industry in the marine environment.
Giuseppe DiStefano, director of marketing at Klein Marine Systems, discusses the role of side scan sonar within the marine technology industry.
Phil Johnston, business development at AutoNaut, speaks with Marine Technology TV at Oceanology 2018 in London.
Silicon Sensing sales manager Andy Hughes describes his company’s motion sensing technologies and their involvement in exciting projects such as the Mayflower Autonomous Ship initiative.
Marine Technology TV interviews Marty Klein, the father of side scan sonar.
The Maritime Alliance, which promotes the San Diego maritime technology community, is on a mission to grow and create international opportunities. Michael Jones explains.
Kongsberg Maritime has teamed up with Statoil and NTNU spin-off Eelume to develop innovative eel-like robots for subsea inspection and light intervention. Rich Patterson explains.
RBR president Greg Johnson discusses the company's high-tech ocean measurement instrumentation.
Iridium satcom specialist Rock Seven has developed the worlds’ smallest plug & play two-way satellite communications system with integrated antenna. Nick Farrell explains.