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AMSSI - Agora for Maritime and Submarine Sustainable Innovations

28.04.2021
Following several months of fruitful discussions and dialogue, several French players have announced the creation of the AMSSI (Agora for Maritime & Submarine Sustainable Innovations): Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN) - world leader in the procurement of submarine telecommunication cable systems iXblue - global high-tech company recognized worldwide for its advanced technologies in the fields of maritime autonomy, inertial navigation, subsea positioning and subsea imagery SeaOwl - international maritime services operator, pioneer in the implementation of drone-based maritime services These 3 companies are today the core of AMSSI; new French and European members will shortly join them to accelerate the emergence of new innovative projects.

Kraken Announces Funding for ThunderFish® XL Development

03.09.2020
Kraken Robotics Inc., Canada’s Ocean Company, is pleased to announce that it is receiving advisory services and up to $2,909,891 in research and development funding from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP).

Latest R&D Tests Reveal Stability, Control and Optimum Performance at Heart of Next Gen EV-ROV Technology

11.03.2020
The release of the next generation of Work Class ROV comes significantly closer this week, as subsea technology specialists SMD prepare to reveal its field test ready electric Quantum EV ROV.

Enpro Subsea showcases results of pioneering R&D programme

04.09.2019
Aberdeen-based Enpro Subsea showcased the results of a pioneering subsea technology research and development (R&D) programme during a recent visit from Member of Scottish Parliament Jamie Hepburn, Minister for Business, Fair Work and Skills.

iXblue Strengthens its Local Presence in the North American Market

15.02.2019
iXblue, a global high-tech company that specializes in the design and manufacturing of advanced autonomous, marine and photonics technologies, is proud to announce the opening of a new office dedicated to commercial activities in the North American region. Based out of Denver, CO, iXblue’s new local team of engineers will provide enhanced R&D, sales and support to customers and prospects in this region.

Opportunities for collaboration between Scotland and Japan to be highlighted at workshop

03.02.2019
The opportunities which exist for Scottish companies to collaborate on R&D projects with Japan will be highlighted at a workshop at this year’s Subsea Expo.

Subsea UK and Scottish Enterprise launch £15million R&D funding call for underwater innovation

04.12.2017
-Industry body urges organisations to step forward with game changing technologies- Industry body Subsea UK in partnership with Scottish Enterprise has today announced that it has opened an R&D funding call for innovation projects to drive forward research and development projects between Scotland and Japan that will help solve the industry’s most complex technological challenges.

SMD Helps Major International Underwater Mining R&D Project Move a Step Closer to Reality

17.11.2017
UK-based subsea engineering specialist Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd (SMD) has successfully completed first stage testing in a pioneering project which is set to uncover valuable European mineral resources. SMD is technical lead on the VAMOS (viable alternative mine operating system) project, a 42-month international research and development venture, which is part-funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. At a cost of approximately 12.6 million Euros, SMD and its partners in the VAMOS Consortium, have designed and built a robotic underwater mining prototype with launch and recovery technology to perform field tests at four EU mining sites.

Universal AUV Connection through international R&D collaboration

10.08.2017
A universal interface to facilitate Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) docking with subsea structures is being developed through international collaboration between companies and universities in Brazil, Norway, Poland, Sweden and the UK. The consortium, led by WiSub, includes leaders from industry and academia; Bergen University, DOF Subsea, easySubsea, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Kongsberg Maritime, Saab Dynamics, Sonardyne, Statoil, Swire Seabed and Warsaw University of Technology.

- Using technology to transform costs - Call for proposals launched for Technology Showcase 2016

17.12.2015
The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) is seeking proposals on the oil and gas innovations which can make the biggest impacts in transforming costs and increasing efficiencies for its Technology Showcase 2016. The event, held in collaboration with Oil & Gas UK, comprises both a conference and an exhibition on Wednesday 9th March 2016 at the Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre. It has the support of a number of organisations including the Oil & Gas Authority along with global operators and service companies that are hosting technical sessions including Shell, Baker Hughes, TOTAL, AMEC, Centrica, EnQuest and GE Oil & Gas.


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