Spire Global, Inc. (Spire), a global provider of space-based data, analytics and space services, and Signal Ocean, a leader in shipping technology, have agreed to partner to drive digitization of the maritime economy.
Science & Technology
The Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium (UTIC) has announced the winners of the Inaugural UTIC Prize Challenge. The challenge applications were from academic institutions in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia (AUKUS) who proposed cross-country, undersea technology related, workforce development opportunities.
Miros, the ocean insights leader, has expanded its product offering with the launch of a new application designed to provide a comprehensive solution that empowers users with the necessary insights to navigate and manage offshore operations with confidence and precision. This cutting-edge addition to Miros Cloud Home is accessible for installation through a cost-effective subscription model.
BMT is proud to announce the launch of its 48 m Service Operation Vessel (SOV) at the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference, scheduled for February 6–8, 2024. Designed for a new era in offshore operations the new 48 m SOV delivers safety, comfort and efficiency while minimizing environmental impact.
NASA is using a navigation receiver from Beyond Gravity, a leading space supplier, for a new climate protection satellite that is due to be launched into space in February 2024. NASA’s PACE climate mission uses satellite technology to monitor changes in global marine biology, aerosols (small particles floating in the atmosphere) and clouds.
Cleantech venture capital pioneer Emerald Technology Ventures has invested into Sea Machines, a developer of autonomous control systems and advanced perception technology for maritime vessels. This 12 million USD funding round, which was joined by Nabtesco Technology Ventures (NTV), Chevron Technology Ventures, Ingram Industries, RKKVC, Level 2 Ventures, and IMC Ventures, will help Sea Machines hone its technological edge and grow its market presence.
The Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium (UTIC) released their annual report highlighting accomplishments in 2023. With 300 member organizations across 33 states, the expertise of UTIC members integrates with every corner of the undersea tech industry. Since UTIC’s inception in 2018, $600 million in prototype project funding has been awarded to members.
Neil Brown Ocean Sensors (NBOSI), a leading provider of innovative marine technology solutions, is delighted that Offshore Sensing AS has selected NBOSI's Conductivity-Temperature (CT) Sensor to enhance the capabilities of their latest SailBuoy unmanned surface vessels.
Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corporation, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Seanergy Shipmanagement Corp., is the first Greek-based shipping company to accomplish a strategic partnership in the European Union Funded SAFeCRAFT Project Consortium (Safecraft), a breakthrough initiative concerning the utilization of alternative fuels.