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CGG Joins UK Consortium Project Assessing Ecosystem Impact of Offshore Windfarms

CGG is acting as a special technical partner in an innovative consortium research project led by Bangor University to identify opportunities that benefit biodiversity and the conservation of species around offshore windfarms whilst also supporting windfarm developers to design long-term environmental monitoring strategies.

CGG Joins UK Consortium Project Assessing Ecosystem Impact of Offshore Windfarms

Tidal Turbine to Light the Thames

The turbine will sit on a pontoon and will provide a floating test and measurement laboratory. On this will be an array of sensors and monitors, including a TorqSense the wireless torque sensor from Sensor Technology Ltd.

Tidal Turbine to Light the Thames

Seabed Conservation Project Receives Boost from Valeport

The largest seagrass restoration, education and innovation project in England, LIFE Recreation ReMEDIES, will receive support from environmental sensor manufacturer, Valeport, for the project’s final two years.

Seabed Conservation Project Receives Boost from Valeport

Maldivian Scientists Join Nekton Mission to Survey Ocean Surrounding the Maldives

Two Maldivian women will make history as part of a ten-strong science team from the Indian Ocean nation, when they join an international science mission and venture deep into the waters off their homeland to discover exactly what needs to be done to ensure their country remains habitable in the face of global warming. Four of the ten Maldivian scientists taking part are women.

Maldivian Scientists Join Nekton Mission to Survey Ocean Surrounding the Maldives

 WHOI Engineers Work to Adapt Swarming Capabilities for Low-Cost UUVs

In aerial and terrestrial applications, robotic swarms allow for mission adaptability, robustness, and scalability. In aerial and terrestrial applications, access to GPS data and high-speed communications allows robotic swarms to operate functionally; however, expanding swarming capabilities below the ocean surface remains a significant challenge.

 WHOI Engineers Work to Adapt Swarming Capabilities for Low-Cost UUVs

Saab Seaeye Partners with Nekton Maldives Mission

A Saab Seaeye Falcon underwater robotic vehicle will join a fleet of submersibles on the Nekton Maldives Mission to help the Maldives Government carry out the first systematic survey and sampling of the Maldives from the surface to 1000 metre depths.

Saab Seaeye Partners with Nekton Maldives Mission
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