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Exail Launches New Swap-C Optimized Inertial Navigation System for AUV

Exail, a leading provider of subsea navigation and positioning technologies, has announced the launch of its latest product, the Phins 9 Compact. This new compact high-performance inertial navigation system (INS) is designed for all unmanned underwater vehicles and offers the market’s highest blend of navigation performance, reliability, and Size, Weight, and Power (SWAP) efficiency.

Exail Launches New Swap-C Optimized Inertial Navigation System for AUV

Kongsberg Discovery Introduces a New Analysis Tool Developed in Partnership with Cathx Ocean

The Norwegian ocean-technology company, Kongsberg Discovery, introduces a new analysis tool developed in partnership with underwater imaging specialist Cathx Ocean that radically reduces the time and effort required to detect and classify objects of interest in seabed surveys undertaken by Kongsberg's market leading HUGIN autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), reducing costs for survey owners and freeing up valuable resources to focus on more important tasks.

Kongsberg Discovery Introduces a New Analysis Tool Developed in Partnership with Cathx Ocean

Solving Crimes with JW Fisher’s Underwater Metal Detectors

The Pulse 8X underwater metal detector has long been the “go to” for public safety dive teams, police departments, government agencies and other forensic teams across the globe who are tasked with locating missing evidence. This missing evidence can help solve crimes and provide families with closure. This detector that has been awarded #1 by US Homeland Security as a commercial grade detector that will locate any metallic object; which is key component to finding disposed of weapons, cell phones and any other items that criminals don’t want found.

 Solving Crimes with JW Fisher’s Underwater Metal Detectors

ECHO81 AML Oceanographic Calibration Center Now Open

ECHO81 is excited to unveil the first and only Calibration Center in the United States for AML Oceanographic Ltd. equipment at ECHO81 HQ located in Hartwell, GA. This expansion aims to better serve customers in the United States and Latin America, offering efficient, fast, and accurate calibration services for AML Oceanographic equipment.

ECHO81 AML Oceanographic Calibration Center Now Open

Construction of OTEC Storm-Resistant Structure Begins in the Canary Islands

The innovative structure that will advance floating Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) technology in severe weather-prone regions begins fabrication in March 2024. Developed under the EU-funded project PLOTEC, the scaled platform is expected to be installed in the upcoming months in a testing site in the Canary Islands, Spain. The structure consists of three main parts: a cylindric hull, a cold-water riser pipe and a gimbal connection point. The cold-water riser pipe is being fabricated in Austria by AGRU and the cylindric hull, the largest element of the installation, is under construction at Hidramar Shipyard, in Gran Canaria, with delivery scheduled for June.

Construction of OTEC Storm-Resistant Structure Begins in the Canary Islands

NBOSI Launches Integrated CTD Sensor ahead of Oceanology International 2024

Neil Brown Ocean Sensors, Inc. (NBOSI), a pioneer in research-quality conductivity-temperature sensors for mobile marine platforms, launches its latest innovation ahead of Oceanology International in London. The new integrated CTD Sensor promises to redefine underwater data collection, addressing an increasing demand for smaller, more capable unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) in various industries.

NBOSI Launches Integrated CTD Sensor ahead of Oceanology International 2024

Blue Orca Marine and VALO Join Forces to Propel Hydrofoil Innovation

Blue Orca Marine (Blue Orca), a Canadian pioneer in zero-emission sustainable marine solutions, proudly announces a strategic partnership with San Francisco-based VALO, a leading provider of innovative hydrofoil systems. This collaboration marks a significant step towards revolutionizing eco-friendly maritime transportation.

Blue Orca Marine and VALO Join Forces to Propel Hydrofoil Innovation

Groundbreaking Initiative to Improve Accurate Forecasting and Ensure Sustainability of US Offshore Wind Farms

The US Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in partnership with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, launched an 18-month initiative to gather extensive weather, ocean, and wildlife data near the sites of five offshore wind farms and lease areas off the coast of the Northeast United States. This effort, which is part of the third phase of the Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP3), seeks to gather high-quality data to improve the design and operation of offshore wind turbines and wind farms. The collected data will be publicly available and used to inform responsible offshore wind siting, weather forecasting, and grid integration, as well as support advancements in weather and wind plant modeling.

 Groundbreaking Initiative to Improve Accurate Forecasting and Ensure Sustainability of US Offshore Wind Farms
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