Marine Technology 2015 Articles

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jul 2015 - pablished in:
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    on July 2015

    A new SKF Taconite Seal for bearings in split block housings is designed to protect against contaminated or wet operating conditions. According to the manufacturer, benefits of this multi-stage labyrinth cartridge seal include exclusion of contaminants, improved prevention of water ingress (even dur

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    on June 2015

    According to the International Association of Dredging Companies’ (IADC) Dredging Figures 2013, the global dredging turnover grew nearly 3% in 2013, nearly hitting the $13 billion mark. More significantly, even in bad economic times the industry recorded solid growth. Growth of 13% to be exact, from

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    Roaming the tents on the National Oceanographic Center in Southampton on the occassion of Ocean Business 2015, we came across a new AUV design out of Italy. As one might expect with its pedigree, it is all black and stylish. Its designers contend that the beauty of SeaStick is far more than skin dee

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    Ocean Business in Southampton again proved to be a launching pad for technologies large and small. MTR caught up with David Peddie, Manager of Offshore Sensing AS, to discuss his company’s unique Sailbuoy product.   For MTR readers not familiar, can you provide a brief background on your company?

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    It is an exciting era for ocean exploration in a time when several scientific fields are beginning a new phase of discovery through advancements in underwater technology. While the use of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) have been key to propelling scientific investigation forward, the complexi

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    Blue Ocean Monitoring (BOM) completed a contract in Indonesia working for PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara (PTNNT).BOM’s task was to use its Slocum Glider to monitor PTNNT’s Tailings Placement Program at its Batu Hijau copper-gold mine in Sumbawa, Indonesia. The program involved the tailings from the mine b

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    Surveyors are usually engaged to investigate the cause, nature and extent of a claim, damage or incident. Their role in managing projects to salvage cargo is less known. Peer van Oosterhout and Ad de Klerk from BMT Surveys share their experiences in salvaging a cargo worth several million dollars fr

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    What is reported to be the world’s first circular wave and tidal current test facility is using a package of ABB electrical and control equipment, including servo drives and low voltage variable-speed drives, to simulate energetic sea-states typically found in British, European and international wat

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    Reducing reservoir and well uncertainty via wireless intervention is one large step toward the “wireless reservoir” Not knowing how connected or compartmentalized a reservoir is when evaluating appraisal or development drilling is a major concern. So, too, is well integrity. Having a better under

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    on June 2015

    Unmanned air and ground systems work together from single controller in flight demo; UCS architecture enables collaboration between big and small business. A flight demonstration using a hand-held tablet has shown how unmanned air and ground vehicles can be supervised together by a single operator,

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    Stretching across oceans and continents, approximately 32,000km of new pipelines are constructed each year forming an industry worth $28 billion. The installation of pipelines on the seabed require engineers to develop innovative technologies and methods to inspect, repair and maintain pipelines at

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    Louisiana’s Outland Technology designs and manufactures a range of video and audio products for the marine, military and industrial markets using high volume components adapted for specific applications. Its cables offering includes C-2300C, multi conductor cable for all cameras; C-3100, Neutrally B

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    Teledyne Cable Solutions, an alliance formed of Teledyne Storm Cable and Teledyne VariSystems, provides bulk wire and cable, and custom overmolded cable assemblies to the oil and gas, marine, defense, and transit industries Teledyne VariSystems VariSystems produces overmolded cable assemblies fo

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    Temporary site cables are custom-made, quick-connectable cables for temporary use in the high-voltage network, for example, during repair work on overhead lines or in transformer stations when converting networks. The cables feature multi-strand copper conductors with cross-sections of 150 sq. mm an

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    Hydro Group plc designs and manufactures subsea Underwater Mateable Connectors to client specifications, stating it can design Underwater Mateable Connectors for any underwater application. Its lineup includes both metal keyed and rubber keyed underwater matable electrical connectors, EExd and EExde

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    The CS-MS connector range was designed for ROV applications. It has high density contact patterns and uses aluminum shells as standard in an effort to keep both size and weight to a minimum. The standard connector is also designed to be used with field configurable oil filled hoses for mission flexi

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    From the drawing of the copper rod to the jacketing of the finished cable South Bay Cable has a variety of cable manufacturing equipment to perform many operations. The group’s specialty equipment includes stranders, insulating and jacketing extruders, taping lines, striping machines, small and lar

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    TE SubCom’s “Open Cables” is a new business model that allows customers to select preferred Submarine Line Terminating Equipment (SLTE) line card supplier to create an interoperable and complementary dry and wet plant. SubCom will continue to offer and invest in its advanced SLTE product line, in ad

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    The HYDRALIGHT is a second generation underwater mateable, high integrity, fiber optic connector. This 8 channel, oil filled pressure balanced connector is fully qualified to 7,000m, with an average single mode insertion loss of less that .2dB and a average single mode back reflection of -50 dB. Wit

  • Marine Technology Magazine Cover Jun 2015 - Hydrographic Survey pablished in:
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    on June 2015

    IMR specialist N-Sea used a wet repair habitat to complete an in-situ subsea cable repair. The habitat was developed by Moyle Interconnector Ltd. as part of the seabed repair project, with ESB International the owner’s engineer for the project. The habitat allows repairs to be implemented in-situ be

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