Maritime Autonomous Systems News
The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) - the UK's centre of excellence for oceanographic sciences have an exciting opportunity for a Commercial Development Officer to join the Strategic Business Development team.
Due to a period of extended growth and expansion, OceanWise are looking to recruit an Oceanographic Engineer to support their Environmental Monitoring Business Unit.
The Department for Education (DfE) is calling on experts from the shipbuilding industry to apply to become a member of the first UK Shipbuilding Skills Taskforce.
A ‘must see’ for visitors to Oceanology International is the showing of Valeport’s new Bathy2, an exciting evolution in the collection of bathymetric data, which will be on the Valeport stand ahead of its formal release later this year.
The Society of Maritime Industries is welcoming the publication of the National Shipbuilding Strategy refresh today by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Merseyside.
OceanWise has, through competitive tender been awarded the contract to supply, install, and maintain Marine Environmental Monitoring Systems (MEMS) globally as part of an initial 3-year Framework Agreement with the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO).
In early 2021, the National Oceanography Centre enhanced their existing research ships with two RS Aqua WaveRadar REX2 system, for the RRS Discovery and the RRS James Cook. The RRS Discovery is now equipped with a full REX2 system, while the RRS James Cook REX2 system will be installed later in the year during routine maintenance.
Aquatec has been shortlisted for the prestigious Subsea Expo Awards 2022 and is a finalist in the Best Small Company category. The awards ceremony, organised by the Global Underwater Hub, will take place on February 23, 2022, at P&J Live in Aberdeen.
In December OceanWise said a huge fond farewell to a legend of the industry: John Pepper who took the final leap to retirement and stepped down from his post as OceanWise Chairman.
The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) is the UK's leading public funder of environmental science.
Marine Autonomy Challenge (MAChallenge)
This exciting challenge is open to teams of students studying at UK universities. The first phase involves a video submission and the finals take place in November this year. Each qualifying team will be provided with an industry simulator to enable them to build the autonomous behaviours required to achieve a series of challenges.Enter Now