Meet the Hydro International Team at Oceanology International (G-P)

In the third week of March, the entire marine world will be gathering in London, as this is where the biannual Oceanology International event is taking place. The exhibition and the conference bring together technological and scientific developments. With over 550 exhibitors and a state of the art conference programme OI12 is definitely the place to be. OI12 will be held from 13 to 15 March at the ExCel Exhibition and Conference Centre in Londonfs Docklands. The organisers are expecting at least 7,000 visitors to attend. Hydro international will of course be present. We not only have a stand (No.... (read more)
2012-03-08 10:02:38

Meet the Hydro International Team at Oceanology International (A-F)

In the third week of March, the entire marine world will be gathering in London, as this is where the biannual Oceanology International event is taking place. The exhibition and the conference bring together technological and scientific developments. With over 550 exhibitors and a state of the art conference programme OI12 is definitely the place to be. OI12 will be held from 13 to 15 March at the ExCel Exhibition and Conference Centre in London’s Docklands. The organisers are expecting at least 7,000 visitors to attend. Hydro international will of course be present. We not only have a stand (No.... (read more)
2012-03-08 09:56:00

Ocean Business 2013 Preview

More Variety at an Expanded Trade Show
Southampton, in the south of the UK’s Hampshire region, will be buzzing from 9 to 11 April 2013 as hydrographic, oceanographic and offshore professionals gather for an even bigger edition of Ocean Business. The organisers expect the 300 exhibitors to welcome 4,000 visitors and delegates to the National Oceanographic Centre grounds and inform them about the latest technologies. Hydro International invited exhibitors to give their preview, which we have published on these pages to give you a taste of what’s on offer during the event. 3D Laser Mapping 3D Laser Mapping is a ­world-leading provider of laser scanning technology. Established... (read more)
2013-04-02 02:56:31

Oceanology International 2010 Preview (2)

This is the continuation of the Oceanology International Preview. For companies A - L, see part 1  MacArtney Underwater Technology Group MacArtney will be introducing their newest innovation in multiplexers - the NEXUS MK E electrical multiplexer, which is designed to the same high standards as the fibre optic multiplexer range with the telemetry part of the multiplexer adapted to non-fibre optic cables. Another highlight will be the demonstration of a working active heave compensation winch, the Cormac 3 Stainless Steel winch. It will demonstrate load stability during vessel movement on the sea. MacArtney will show their Focus ROTV, camera... (read more)
2010-03-01 05:03:47

Ocean Business 2011 Preview

The third edition of Ocean Business will take place in Southampton, UK, from 5 – 7 April. The organisation anticipates more than 4000 visitors at the event, with 309 exhibitors from 19 countries. Ocean Business 2011 will be bigger than the previous editions, but will retain the cosy element, with exhibitors all taking relatively small stands. This time the organisation will have more vessels coming in, and there will be a full training and demonstration programme again. The organisation also found new locations for the offsite social events and the gala dinner venue is twice as big as last time.... (read more)
2011-03-16 04:15:56

Ocean Business Ready for Business

Hands-on Update on Ocean Technology – Science and Business
The bi-annual event Ocean Business is coming to the NOC, Southampton from 4-6 April 2017. Three days of ocean technology engineering and science, knowledge sharing, hands-on training and demos as well as networking. The exhibition space is completely sold out, including more than 340 exhibitors. A selection of the businesses represented give a taster of their innovations in this preview. Better still, of course, is to come and see and experience for yourself! Ocean Business is more than just a trade show. There will also be seminars, workshops by suppliers, a general conference as well as a conference organised by... (read more)
2017-03-13 02:39:32

Businesswoman in the Middle East

Interview with Susan Murray, General Manager of the Seatronics’ Middle East office
Ms Murray joined Oceonics (the forerunner of Seatronics) in 1981. It was here that she got her first taste of business in the hydrographic Industry, specifically in the sales environment. After spending a couple of years gaining valuable experience with another equipment rental company in Aberdeen, she returned to Oceonics as Sales Manager. Between 1987 and 1996 she was the General Manager of her own equipment rental company in Aberdeen, selling this in 1996. In 2000 she decided it was time to move on and, believing herself too young to retire, agreed to take on the role of Middle East... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

Sea Levels and the Coast

The oceans are a central part of the global climate system. As Roger Revelle, one of the early directors of the Scripps Institute of Oceanography, said, “The oceans exert a profound influence on mankind and indeed upon all forms of life on Earth. The oceans are inexhaustible sources of water and heat, and control the climate of many parts of the world.” He also recognised that “human beings are now carrying out a large-scale geophysical experiment of a kind that could have not have happened in the past nor be reproduced in the future”. Roger Revelle’s thoughts have even more... (read more)
2007-10-27 12:00:00

Oceanology International to have Three Points of Focus

When Oi08 opens at the ExCeL centre in London’s Docklands on 11 March, the exhibition and its accompanying conference will focus on the three important issues that have begun to dominate thinking in ocean science and technology: climate change, meeting future energy demands, and ensuring environmental and civil security. These have become interconnected issues, with expertise now moving freely between each of these apparently specialised sectors.<P> With a 3-day conference accompan­ying this major exhibition, it is almost inevitable that public concerns about climate change will attract considerable interest. The role of the oceans in global warming is likely to take... (read more)
2008-03-12 12:00:00

The Dutch Sector of the North Sea

A geological introduction
The North Sea directorate of the Ministry of Public Works and the department of Geo-Marine & Coast of The Netherlands Institute of Applied Geoscience-TNO jointly carried out a geological mapping programme and the assessment of industrial sand deposits in the Dutch sector of the North Sea. A brief outline of the methods used and the knowledge obtained is given. The Dutch part of the North Sea (NCP) occupies an area of 57,000 km2 which is larger than the mainland of The Netherlands (Figure 1). In addition to traditional activities, like fishery and shipping, since the 1960s there have been new... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00
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