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Commercial Licensing Expands Access to Innovative MBARI Technology

The MBARI long-range autonomous vehicle (LRAUV) is an innovative robot developed by MBARI engineers to meet the growing demand for technology that can safely and efficiently explore, map, and monitor ocean health. After a decade of extensive testing at sea by MBARI researchers, the LRAUV is now available to a global market for the first time, thanks to a commercial licensing agreement with Saab, Inc. The MBARI LRAUV will be available commercially as the Saab Tethys.

Fugro Advances Maritime Navigational Safety in Saudi Arabia with Cutting-edge Hydrographic Technology

Covering an area of over 11,000 km², Fugro will deploy its High-Speed Hydrography Solution; a combination of Airborne Lidar Bathymetry (ALB), vessel-based acoustic methods and advanced processing techniques to acquire and analyse Geo-data in compliance with International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO) standards.

Enabling a Permanent Human Presence Under the Oceans from 2027

DEEP, the ocean technology and exploration company whose purpose is to ‘Make Humans Aquatic’, announces ambition for a permanent human presence under the oceans from 2027.

Cellula Robotics Ltd. Initiates Sea Trials of its Solus-XR System, Marking a Significant Project Milestone and Demonstrating Commitment to Cutting-Edge XLUUV Technology

Cellula Robotics Ltd. proudly announces a monumental moment in a project that commenced in early 2023, showcasing the company's dedication to advancing Extra Large Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (XLUUVs). The Solus-XR XLUUV has officially embarked on its highly anticipated sea trials, signifying a crucial stride in the company's development of its long range hydrogen fuel cell powered autonomous underwater systems.

Nauticus Robotics to Provide AUV/UID Leak Detection Technology Testing for Equinor

Nauticus and Partner Stinger Technology Contracted for Pilot Project, Qualifying for Potential Future Direct Contracts and Expanding Nauticus’ Presence in North Sea Region.

Schmidt Marine Technology Partners Announces Recipients of $3.5 Million Global Sustainable Fisheries Initiative

Schmidt Marine Technology Partners, a program of the Schmidt Family Foundation, has awarded $3.5 million in grants to ten organizations and universities in seven countries for the development of new tools and innovations that will improve the sustainability of global fisheries, the program announced today.

SeeByte Partnership Selected by Dstl to Research and Develop a Secure Architecture for Mixed Multi-Domain Swarms of Robotic Autonomous Systems

SeeByte, in partnership with Blue Bear, have been awarded a contract by Defence Science and Technology laboratory (Dstl) under the Progeny Maritime Research Framework to research and develop a secure architecture for Mixed Multi-Domain Swarms (MMDS) of Robotic Autonomous Systems (RAS).

MTS and MATE II Officially Come Together to Inspire the Next Generation of Ocean Leaders

The Marine Technology Society (MTS) is thrilled to announce the integration of MATE Inspiration for Innovation (MATE II) and its signature program, the MATE ROV Competition, into the society’s lineup of program offerings. By combining efforts, MTS and MATE can enhance their reach and impact in inspiring young minds and preparing them for careers in marine technology.

EVENT: Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology USA - Arlington, VA – September 27-28, 2023

Building on the huge success of last year's launch, Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology USA will return for its second sell-out edition with an all-new exciting agenda. In 2021, the US Navy revealed their Unmanned Campaign Framework, outlining the goal to innovate and adapt new technology to build a more lethal and distributed naval force for the future. Attending Unmanned Maritime Systems Technology USA 2023 will enable you to hear the latest developments of leading US and international UMS programs, learning about the successes and future opportunities. Join key planners and decision makers from across the US and NATO-aligned world at the only event providing holistic coverage of unmanned systems across the full maritime domain, including undersea, surface, and aerial environments.

Marine Technology Society Celebrates 60 Years

Formed in June 1963, the Marine Technology Society (MTS) stands stronger than ever six decades later. In the early 1960’s, a group of business, academic, and government leaders recognized the need for a professional society to bring together scientists, engineers, and others interested in the rapidly growing fields of ocean technology and marine affairs. They convened a committee to establish the character, name, objectives, and basic policies of MTS - launched as a not-for-profit corporation in June of 1963.

New Outland Technology ROV-3000 Fitted with Impact Subsea’s ISFMD

Impact Subsea’s flooded member detection system has been integrated onto Outland Technology’s newest and most powerful model ROV-3000, designed for ease of use and ruggedness. The combined ROV-3000 and ISFMD system will be put to work by Offshore Drone Inspection Services for a wide variety of inspections in the Gulf of Mexico.

Seaeye Falcon Picked for Archaeology and Offshore Energy

Italy’s DST (Deep Sea Technology) has chosen a 1000m-rated Saab Seaeye Falcon DR robotic vehicle to support archaeological research and offshore energy. The Seaeye Falcon DR will be employed by Naples-based DST, a commercial diving business, across its operations supporting offshore energy and maritime archaeology in both shallow and deep waters. The Falcon package includes a Tritech Super SeaPrince sonar and skid-mounted five function manipulator and rope cutter.

Saipem: FlatFish winner of 2023 Spotlight on New Technology Award by OTC

Saipem has been conferred the 2023 Spotlight on New Technology® Award by Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) for its FlatFish Autonomous Underwater Inspection Drone. The award is assigned by OTC to those exhibitors who are revolutionizing the future of offshore energy through technological advancement and innovation. The conference is one of the world’s leading offshore energy events, held this year from 1-4 May in Houston, Texas.

Ashtead Technology Signs Rental Agreement with i2S with Access to Orphie Technology

International subsea rental equipment and solutions specialist Ashtead Technology has signed an exclusive rental agreement with France-based i2S, specialists in underwater robotics and imaging solutions.

Innovative JBS Secures Contract for its Patented Sea Axe Subsea Excavation Technology

JBS Group, the innovative multi-disciplined engineering solutions and products provider, has had its best ever start to a year with £3m worth of contracts secured. The latest contracts involve fabrication work, screw conveyors and its patented Sea Axe subsea excavation technology. Peterhead-based JBS has increased its team from 50 to 62 in the past six months which includes the addition of two apprentices. JBS delivered fabrication projects for operators and energy services firms. The work included flying lead deployment frames – part of a wider collaboration project with Scottish engineering firm HCS Control Systems – and several other large-scale fabrication workscopes for long-standing clients.

Subsea Technology Specialists Team Up to Meet Growing Demand from Offshore Wind Sector

Subsea Europe Services and Rental Technology & Services (RTS) have embarked on a new strategic partnership with focus on expanding their mutual subsea equipment rental pools and collaborating to create solutions that will deliver marine survey and underwater inspection efficiencies using new sensors, communication systems, autonomous platforms and digital technologies.

Teledyne Marine Receives the 2023 Spotlight on New Technology Award

Teledyne Marine has been awarded the prestigious Spotlight on New Technology Award from the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC). The award announcement came recently and is given exclusively to OTC exhibitors who are “reshaping the offshore energy sector through innovation and developing technologies.” Some criteria to receive the honor include demonstrated success, the degree of ingenuity, product uniqueness, and the ability to make a significant impact across the offshore industry. The honor for this year’s award will go to the Teledyne Marine 3-Channel Vertical Optical Feedthrough System.

Innovation shines at UDT 2023

The largest global event dedicated to the undersea defence industry, Undersea Defence Technology (UDT) returns in May 2023. Taking place in Rostock, Germany, the multi-faceted conference and exhibition will bring together the best expertise this domain has to offer. UDT 2023 will provide an invaluable platform for all stakeholders in the undersea defence community to come together, learn, expand networks and explore business opportunities.

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