Unmanned Vehicles

New Tool for Recovering Oil from Sunken Wrecks

A tool for removing oil trapped in submerged vessels has been developed in Norway by design specialists Miko Marine.   The launch of the Moskito aims to address

Harkand Appoints Inspection Manager

Harkand has appointed Andrew Inglis as a new inspection manager based in the company’s Aberdeen office.  Inglis brings to the post more than 15 years’ experience

DOF Subsea Secures Contract Extension

DOF Subsea UK Limited  has announced that its survey and positioning business in the U.K. and U.S. has been awarded an extension of a Master Service Agreement with

Indian Navy to Buy 50 Ship Borne Drones

 Seeking to enhance its surveillance capabilities on its warships, the Indian Navy (IN) has now announced a global competition for procuring ‘Ship-Borne Unmanned

Belzona Pioneers Multipurpose Metal Repair System

New paste grade material achieves a quick, durable repair even in oil contaminated wet and cold areas, with excellent adhesion to manually prepared substrates where grit blasting is not possible.

Liquid Robotics Named to RBR Top 50

Unmanned ocean robot manufacturer Liquid Robotics, Inc. was named one of Robotics Business Review (RBR) Top 50 most noteworthy companies in the global robotics industry for 2015.

Glider School 2015 Open for Registration

The PLOCAN Glider School is a yearly international initiative serving as a reference training and networking event for those interested in learning about underwater robotics,

Canadian Navy Anti-mine ROV Refit

The Canadian Navy’s Mine-Countermeasures (MCM) Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) is ready to be returned to the customer after its recent refit by International Submarine Engineering Ltd.

A New Era of Antarctic Exploration: AUVs in Polar Science

Expeditions in the early 20th century were the first to combine exploration and scientific discovery in the Antarctic. While the Scientific Committee on Antarctic

Hydro-Lek Power Packs for James Fisher Nuclear

Hydro-Lek has redesigned the HLK-91160 power pack to incorporate new motors and a solid state power supply. These are being adapted to include a stainless steel

Autonomy Takes Off Underwater

When it comes to autonomous operations, the underwater environment is arguably the most hazardous on the planet. To begin, there is simply a dearth of information regarding the world’s oceans,

Calecore Awarded Norwegian Contracts

Calecore have been contracted by ABB to supply a pre-lay survey of the Martin Linge PFS (Power from Shore) cable route to be conducted from the DP2 class vessel

Underwater Vehicles: Hitchin’ a Ride

Vehicles. Front to back, top to bottom, this edition revolves around unmanned underwater vehicles, the means and method which allow many of you to work, study and evolve in the underwater world.

Bibby Offshore Secures Contract with Seascape

Subsea installation and service provider Bibby Offshore announced that its Singapore division, Bibby Offshore Singapore (BOS), has secured a contract with subsea service provider Seascape.

etpm Bolsters Offering to O&G Sector

Subsea and marine recruitment specialist etpm has introduced two new key service lines and made two senior appointments to further grow and develop its service

Tritech Sonars for Swedish Navy ROVs

The Swedish Defense Materiel Administration, Försvarets Materielverk (FMV), has selected Tritech as the preferred supplier for sonar and acoustic positioning onboard

Brandtzæg Joins MMT Norway

Audun Brandtzæg has been appointed by MMT as managing director for MMT Norway. Brandtzæg will be responsible for developing MMT´s operations in Norway, from market

New Control System for Guara-Lula Oil Field

National automations system provider, Cougar Automation, has developed and commissioned a new control system for Balltec to use on the first Buoy Supported Riser

Island Performer Ready for the US

  The subsea vessel Island Performer has been upgraded for her next assignment in the US. Ulstein Verft has installed cargo tanks and corresponding piping, a switchboard

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.

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