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TDI-Brooks' New Dynamic Positioning Vessel Reaches the US East Coast

TDI-Brooks' latest dynamic positioning (DP) vessel, the RV NAUTILUS, has reached the shores of the East Coast of the United States. The DP2 vessel RV NAUTILUS from TDI-Brooks, with a length of 75 meters and built in 2000, arrived at the US East Coast on March 3, 2024. After undergoing a 6-month retrofit in Las Palmas, the vessel will provide support for offshore wind projects and various other subsea needs. It is equipped with advanced technology, including a Geomil Manta-200 CPT that can be deployed through the mid-ship moonpool of NAUTILUS. This system can penetrate the soil up to 40-50 meters, depending on its composition, to determine the soil's exact makeup. This data is crucial for identifying the best location and design for offshore developments like wind farms. The offshore renewable energy sector is expanding rapidly, resulting in a high demand for TDI's services on both the US East and West Coasts.

TDI-Brooks' New Dynamic Positioning Vessel Reaches the US East Coast

EH Group Receives AiP from DNV for Its 250 kW Marine Fuel Cell System

EH Group is pleased to announce that its EH Fuel Cell System TRACE-M250, designed for high power and maritime applications, has been assessed by DNV—a leading classification and certification body. This independent review confirms that our fuel cell design meets all the applicable maritime rules, regulations, codes, and standards.

EH Group Receives AiP from DNV for Its 250 kW Marine Fuel Cell System

Voyis and EIVA Unveil Advanced VSLAM Software for ROV Asset Inspections

EIVA, a maritime survey software and equipment leader, and Voyis, a pioneer in underwater optical inspection solutions, are proud to announce the launch of their collaborative product, Voyis VSLAM Powered by EIVA NaviSuite. This innovative software was developed in close partnership and marks a significant milestone in the advancement of 3D asset inspection methodologies, expanding the capabilities of surveyors by integrating visual inspection operations directly into the standard NaviSuite software workflow.

 Voyis and EIVA Unveil Advanced VSLAM Software for ROV Asset Inspections

Autonomous Vessel Operations Company Massterly Opens ROC in Norway

Massterly, the world’s first autonomous vessel operations company, announces the opening of its Remote Operation Centre (ROC) in Horten in Norway. This significant step marks a crucial transition from the testing phase to fully-fledged operational capabilities and positions Massterly as a global leader in autonomous shipping.

Autonomous Vessel Operations Company Massterly Opens ROC in Norway

CSignum Secures £1 Million Funding to Transform Underwater Sensor Networking

CSignum, a leading innovator in underwater and underground communications, has announced £1 million of additional funding from a consortium of US investors. The consortium is led by prominent venture capital investors and entrepreneurs who recognize the company’s significant technological achievements. This investment marks a key milestone as the company expands the commercial reach of its patented technology used to wirelessly connect networks above the surface with submerged and underground IoT sensors and devices.

CSignum Secures £1 Million Funding to Transform Underwater Sensor Networking

Deep Sea and Sediments Bring Iron to Antarctic Waters

Iron that fertilizes the waters around Antarctica, mostly comes from the deep, upwelling waters and the sediments around the continent. That is shown by field research of NIOZ marine biogeochemist Hung-An Tian in the Amundsen Sea and the Weddell Sea. “Iron plays a pivotal role in the Antarctic ecosystem and potentially also in the climate,” Tian says. “But meanwhile, we still know very little about the exact bookkeeping of iron in the Southern Ocean.”

Deep Sea and Sediments Bring Iron to Antarctic Waters

ABB Secures Propulsion System Contract with Seaspan Shipyard

Seaspan Shipyards, Canada’s long-term shipbuilding partner for the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) and Royal Canadian Navy, has awarded ABB a contract to deliver an integrated propulsion system for the first of the CCG’s new-generation polar class icebreakers.

ABB Secures Propulsion System Contract with Seaspan Shipyard

Fugro Partners with ORRAA for Coastal Resilience and Action on Ocean Health

Fugro has partnered with the Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA) to help address the complex challenges posed by ocean-related risks, particularly in the face of climate change and environmental threats. Fugro will contribute Geo-data expertise to a diverse coalition of partners, underscoring their dedication to the shared objectives of mitigating climate change impacts and improving ocean health.

Fugro Partners with ORRAA for Coastal Resilience and Action on Ocean Health

Jan De Nul Group Extends Contract with Castor Marine for Full Fleet Hybrid LEO and GEO Connectivity

After winning a 3-year contract for more than 80 vessels to VSAT, Iridium and VoIP in 2021, Castor Marine’s connectivity contract has now been renewed by Jan De Nul Group and includes a roll-out of Starlink to most Jan De Nul Group vessels. The experts in marine construction, civil engineering and environmental projects have expressed their continued satisfaction about and need for solid vessel connectivity on a global scale.

Jan De Nul Group Extends Contract with Castor Marine for Full Fleet Hybrid LEO and GEO Connectivity
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