On the front cover: The Seychelles and Maldives are undertaking a major joint marine research expedition to explore and conserve the Indian Ocean, called ‘First Descent: Midnight Zone’. It is a 35-day mission to support the sustainable governance of the Seychelles and Maldivian ocean including the protection of 629,000 km2.
This issue of Hydro International includes the following articles:
- Interview with Mark Heine, CEO of Fugro
- GPS Trackers and Drones Help Locate Floating Debris
- Preparing the European Fleet of Research Vessels for the Future
- Securing Offshore Oil and Gas Infrastructure with Unmanned Surface Vehicles
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