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TAKE 5: The ON&T Interview with NASA

NASA is perhaps more immediately associated with mapping the stars, but the agency also has an extensive Earth Science program, one that traditionally has focused on using the latest technologies to observe the planet from orbit but is now also exploring novel ways of mapping the seabed. We spoke to Daniel Lockney, Technology Transfer Program Executive at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC, to find out more.

TAKE 5: The ON&T Interview with NASA

TAKE 5: The ON&T Interview with Marine Renewables Canada

Canada’s ocean sector boasts investment, innovation, and ambition. The shared goal among public and private sectors is to grow the national ocean economy to $220 billion by 2035. Collaboration will be key to realizing such a target but so will the steady development and integration of marine renewable energy to the mix. This month ON&T sat down with Elisa Obermann, Executive Director of Marine Renewables Canada (MRC), the national association for offshore wind, tidal, wave and river current energy, to better understand the scale of opportunity and MRC’s role in advancing technology.

TAKE 5: The ON&T Interview with Marine Renewables Canada

TAKE 5: The ON&T Interview with Saab

With ROV design, development, and deployment the editorial focus of this month’s ON&T, we sat down for an exclusive chat with Chris Lade, Head of Marketing & Sales (Naval) at Saab UK, to get the latest insights into one of the leading manufacturers of electric underwater robotics.

TAKE 5: The ON&T Interview with Saab

TAKE 5: The ON&T Interview with VideoRay

VideoRay has operated at the forefront of underwater robotics for almost 25 years now and in that time has established an industry-leading portfolio of ROV systems in use across the ocean industries for a wide range of missions including homeland security, search and rescue, infrastructure inspection, and more. We recently sat down with CEO Chris Gibson to get his exclusive take on VideoRay’s role in the evolution of inspection class ROVs.

TAKE 5: The ON&T Interview with VideoRay

Check the Tech: Integrating AI and Uncrewed Systems

Today’s steady and successful integration of uncrewed and remote maritime systems into offshore operations across the ocean industry is clearly indicative of a sea change. The various developing technologies geared towards realizing the true benefits of autonomy—lower campaign costs, lower HSE risks, lower emissions, to name but a few—seek to enact a paradigm shift and challenge convention.

Check the Tech: Integrating AI and Uncrewed Systems

Simulating Submarines: An Unrivaled Tool for Anti-Submarine Warfare Training

RTsys, founded in France in 2010, has emerged as a trailblazer in the ocean industry, setting new standards and achieving remarkable milestones by delivering acoustic systems tests and training, torpedo firing exercises, and acoustic signature measurements to Navies around the world.

Simulating Submarines: An Unrivaled Tool for Anti-Submarine Warfare Training
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