Robert Ballard, world-renowned pioneer in deep-ocean exploration, opens up as never before with a highly personal memoir "Into the Deep". In an interview with Marine Technology Reporter on the day the book hit the shelf, Ballard discusses his dyslexia, his family and the cavalcade of discoveries and technologies that have opened up the world of ocean exploration.
The DMU41 is a new nine degrees of freedom inertial measurement unit that packs a hefty technological punch in a small package.
Judson Kauffman and Joe Wolfel, Co-founders and Co-CEOs of Terradepth, discuss progress on the company’s innovative data collection vehicle.
SOI acquired a 10-year-old high specification offshore vessel recently, which will go under conversion at a shipyard in Spain and be ready for ocean exploration in 2022.
James Ives, CEO, XOcean, discusses the impetus in the design, development and delivery of the company's next generation 5.8-meter uncrewed surface vehicle (USV).
Luke Alden, Mechanical Designer, ISE, discusses ISE’s AUV performance in a recent subsea autonomous docking project.
Marine Technology TV visits with Daniel Esser, Managing Director, Nicola Offshore, to discuss the resources behind and the mandate ahead for the new survey company Nicola Offshore.
From powering sensor systems to recharging autonomous vehicles to feeding the power grid, Resen Waves is making step changes in the renewable wave power market.
Give us two minutes and we’ll give you the top 5 reasons why Teledyne Marine’s technology rocks!
Bringing wave power to scale has been elusive, but Jason Hayman and his team are on track for a major proof of concept in the Bay of Fundy in 2021.