Marine Science & Technology News
Royal HaskoningDHV improves vessel safety for Belfast Harbour with Twinn software
Belfast Harbour, Northern Ireland’s principle maritime gateway, implements Royal HaskoningDHV’s innovative Twinn Smart Mooring software to help safeguard vessels at berth.
Sonardyne upgrade for India’s national tsunami detection network
A network of deep-water acoustic sensors that provides India’s coastal communities with an early warning of tsunami waves is being upgraded by Sonardyne to extend both their endurance and capability.
Measuring Ocean Currents to Better Understand Climate
The two Fetch AZA BPRs, developed and built by members Sonardyne, have been placed thousands of metres below the sea surface to measure changes in the speed and strength of the AMOC, which will provide crucial data to inform climate predictions.
Aquatec wins Best Mechanical Engineering Achievement Innovation Award by ASME at Offshore Technology Conference, Texas.
Through-water communications and subsea integrity specialist was presented the award on 1st May in Houston, Texas.
Kongsberg establishes Kongsberg Discovery for ocean space mapping
Kongsberg Gruppen (KONGSBERG) has announced they will create a new business area with their advanced robotics and sensor technology to map, monitor and understand ocean space. This business area will be named Kongsberg Discovery.
Ocean Business 2023 back with a bang!
Ocean science and technology experts from around the world descended on Southampton last week for the biggest ever Ocean Business exhibition and conference. Record crowds of more than 5,000 gathered at the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) for three days of ground-breaking innovation, exciting product launches and quayside demonstrations
Aquatec’s New PIPEguardian System is Finalist for Best Mechanical Engineering Achievement Award
Through-water communications and subsea integrity specialist Aquatec has announced today that its revolutionary subsea pipeline temperature monitoring system, PIPEguardian, has been shortlisted for ASME’s prestigious Albert Woelfel Best Mechanical Engineering Achievement Award.
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Sonardyne partners with Smart Sound Plymouth for UK’s premier proving area for next-generation marine technologies
Marine energy, defence and science company Sonardyne has been selected to provide a subsurface communications and navigation network for the Smart Sound Connect Subsurface (SSCS) Project.
Sonardyne launches new Origin ADCPs for intelligent operations.
Sonardyne announce the launch of its new Origin Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCPs).
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Marine Autonomy Challenge (MAChallenge)
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