With less than three months until Ocean Business 2023, more details can be revealed about the Training and Demonstration program, one of the main attractions of the global technology and science exhibition for marine industries.
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International maritime logistics provider Marinetrans is now partner of the foiling hydrogen boat project of Delft Technical University.
Teledyne Marine announces selling and delivering three Webb Slocum gliders to the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ). NIOZ conducts multidisciplinary applied marine research to address major scientific questions about our oceans and seas.
SOMAG AG Jena announces the launch of the new RSM 50, a compact and cost-effective gim-bal that offers top-notch stabilization for customers who want to get the most out of their sensor to achieve a high-quality and reliable data basis.
Ocean Warrior Project's #Resolute Expedition is a pioneering, high Arctic waters expedition, which is looking for intrepid travelers.
The UK is at the forefront of a global shift to using high-tech robots to explore the ocean. The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) BIO-Carbon programme is investigating how marine life stores carbon dioxide (CO2).
The two largest software companies in ocean robotics, Greensea Systems, Inc. creator of the open architecture platform OPENSEA®, and SeeByte, with their mission-level autonomy system Neptune and embedded Automatic Target Recognition (ATR), have continued their collaboration to provide a comprehensive solution for ocean robotics operators, from vehicle platform to operation center.