Unmanned Vehicles

OceanServer Receives Orders for 6 New Iver AUVs

OceanServer Technology has received orders for six new Iver AUVs across three different customers. The systems are expected to be delivered by the end of January 2015.

Gilliam Named Greensea's Chief Marketing Officer

Subsea robotics company Greensea Systems advances sales and marketing for its unmanned navigation and control systems   Marybeth Gilliam has joined the Greensea Systems as Chief Marketing Officer.

Two Output Streams from One Video Input

Sensoray Model 2453 IP Video Server for Ethernet Streaming for unmanned underwater and aerial vehicle applications   Sensoray’s Model 2453 IP Video Server allows

Offshore Survey Conference Program Launched

The Offshore Survey Committee revealed what it is calling one of the most impressive programs yet for its fifth conference which takes place from April 15-16, 2015,

Spotlight to Shine on Technology at Subsea Expo

New technologies and how their implementation can boost or support oil and gas exploration production will be brought to the fore at this year’s Subsea Expo.   For the first time,

Beyond the Black Box

Using the VDR as the Ship’s Data Clearing House provides budget-minded operators with the means, the bandwidth and the economy to monitor critical systems. Go on: dip your toes in the big data water.

MMT Performs Cable Survey for Statnett

Sweden’s MMT has recently completed a cable and seabed survey for Statnett at Lofoten and Rombaken, Norway.   Statnett took over three marine cable connections in Lofoten/Vesterålen,

Bourbon Expands ROV Fleet

BOURBON has commissioned three next-generation Heavy Duty Work ROVs (Remote Operated Vehicles) designed by FMC Technologies Schilling Robotics. Capable of operating at depths of up to 3,

Osiris Achieves IMCA Diving Membership

Osiris announced it has become a contractor member with the International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) diving division.   “IMCA is an essential trade

Deep Trekker Announces New Product Unveiling

Deep Trekker Inc. will debut its new product line at the New Orleans’ Underwater Intervention 2015, which runs from February 10-12.   Along with its 200 gallon

Third Fugro Vessel to Join MH370 Search

An additional Fugro vessel has been commissioned to carry out underwater search activities for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, the company announced.   Multipurpose

US Navy Ships Exit AirAsia Search

USS Sampson (DDG 102) and USS Fort Worth (LCS 3) concluded their assistance efforts January 15 after contributing more than 650 search hours to the Indonesian-led

Shell Charters Oceaneering Vessel for IMR

Oceaneering International, Inc. has entered into a two-year, multiservice vessel charter agreement with Shell Offshore Inc. for use of the Ocean Alliance in the U.

MTR Whitepapers: Call for Papers

Marine Technology Reporter, the world’s largest audited circulation b2b publication serving the global subsea industry, introduces in 2015 three Special Content editions: MTR Whitepapers.

Teledyne to Host a Joint Technology Workshop

Teledyne Marine has announced plans to host an expanded users’ workshop in which speakers, influencers and attendees from around the globe will converge to explore,

N-Sea, Siem Offshore Extend Charter Agreement

Inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) specialist N-Sea has extended its charter agreement with Siem Offshore following three years of operations. The renewed agreement,

Subsea Camera Integrated with ROV

Battelle’s HorizonVue camera demonstrates undersea 360-degree views from an undersea robot   For the first time, Battelle’s HorizonVue undersea camera was integrated

TRDI Provides Navigation on OceanServer AUVs

Teledyne RD Instruments’ (TRDI) has received an order for 10 custom-designed Explorer Doppler Velocity Logs (DVLs) to provide precision navigation and current profiling

MacArtney Opens Fifth North American Location

MacArtney sets another expansion milestone as fifth North American location opens in Florida   The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group has innaugurated its

ROVs Aid Recovery Efforts at Air Asia Crash Site

 On December 28 AirAsia Flight QZ8501 left Surabaya, Indonesia bound for Singapore with 162 people on board. Forty six minutes later, the plane disappeared from radar.

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