Subsea Technologies for the Marine Environment

SubCtech, Kiel, Germany offers underwater power solutions and ocean monitoring systems. We find solutions in close collaboration with our clients - in the industry, in science and in offshore oil & gas. Li-Ion batteries, pCO2 analysers and system solutions are our core products as is one-stop service. Our reliable and precise high-tech ‘Made in Germany’ products are easy to handle and provide efficiency to our customers. Stefan Marx, the managing director, founded SubCtech in ­January 2010 in Osdorf, near Kiel in Germany. The team already has more than 25 years of experience. They rapidly created solutions with their previous experience... (read more)
2014-05-02 02:28:35

Positive Change at RS Aqua in 2012

A year of extensive, positive change is how UK-based ocean equipment distributor RS Aqua Ltd describes 2012. Managing director, Roger Scrivens, explains he has welcomed new personnel, signed to new product lines, expanded the premises and extended service support facilities during the last 12 months. The company will be present during Ocean Business, from 9 to 11 April 2013, in Southampton, UK. The arrival of Martin Stemp as technical sales manager and Terry Edwards as technical support manager in the summer was rapidly followed by the acquisition of several new product lines. These include Liquid Robotics Inc (Wave Glider), Vemco... (read more)
2013-03-25 03:29:12

Meet the Hydro International Team at Oceanology International (R-Y)

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 10:09:21

ISS turns to Sub-Atlantic for ROV Control System

Integrated Subsea Systems (ISS) have taken delivery of the latest generation ROV control system, which harnesses the newest technology to provide high speed communications, control and real time diagnostics. The diving and ROV service firm has invested in the subCAN developed by Sub-Atlantic Ltd, part of the Triton Group of companies.   SubCAN offers high speed communications and data network system providing command, control and real time diagnostic functions for Sub-Atlantic ROVs. The modular design and functionality of the system not only provides the latest communications capability and ‘touch screen' Graphical User Interface (GUI), but also allows for ongoing customer... (read more)
2008-10-10 03:21:37

Hypack Sub-bottom Software Simpler to Set Up

Hypack is pleased to announce the release of our new Hypack Sub-bottom Profiling Software. The package has a comprehensive global geodesy model and a simplified hardware setup with the ability to setup up the preferred positioning systems together with numerous analogue and digital sub-bottom profiling systems. This is a software package designed for the acquisition and processing of sub-bottom profiling data. The software is used for marine geophysical, engineering and geotechnical site surveys, dredging, mining applications. It’s a simple to use, feature-rich software solution for all your sub-bottom profiling survey requirements. Key Features: Interfaces to both analogue and most digital... (read more)
2017-06-28 10:16:56

Pipeline Survey with Acoustics

Directional Sub-bottom Profiler and Hydrophone Array
A method is presented which greatly increases the efficiency of pipeline survey using sediment echo sounder. These surveys are mostly done sailing cross courses; adding receiving directionality, a course can be sailed along the pipeline. This means 100% inspection of pipe coverage can be obtained in far less time than that required for cross-sailing survey. The receiving element is an array of sixteen hydrophones with optimal signal processing (Kalman filtering). The position and orientation of the transmitting transducer and receiving hydrophone array are also estimated, optimally using a Global Position System and a Motion Reference Unit. A sediment echo-sounder transducer... (read more)
2007-05-09 12:00:00

Global Rental Agent Appointment

Ashtead Technology has been appointed as an exclusive agent for the rental of SubC Control HD Cameras and associated products. As part of the rental agreement, each Ashtead Technology hub will initially be furnished with a stock of 1CamMkII Stills and HD Video cameras. Ashtead Technology Offshore Managing Director Mark Derry said ‘Ashtead Technology strive to remain at the forefront of technology. This agreement with SubC Control for their innovative stills and HD video cameras provides our global ROV customers with the latest technology available, on either a sale or flexible rental basis. This advanced technology will also be of... (read more)
2011-03-08 03:17:20

Two ParaSound P70 Sub-bottom Profilers for Chinese Research Institutes

Guangzhou Marine Geological Survey (GMGS) and Qingdao Institute of Marine Geology (QIMG) have awarded Teledyne RESON contracts to supply a full ocean depth sub-bottom profiler system for their new-build survey vessels. Both research institutions belong to China Geological Survey and work in the field of marine resources and geology. GMGS is one of the most experienced users of Teledyne RESON deep water sonar in East Asia. Its R/V Hai Yang 4 is equipped with a HydroSweep MD/30 deep water multibeam echosounder, and installation of a ParaSound full ocean depth sub-bottom profiler will be finished after the Chinese New Year celebrations.... (read more)
2016-01-25 09:57:40

ROV Inspects Russian Sunken Sub

On Halloween day in 1965, the Russian submarine K-77 was commissioned and assigned to the Soviet Northern Fleet. She was a Juliett class sub manned by 28 officers and 54 crewmen. Despite her small size, 282 feet long and just under 3,200 tons, the US Navy considered her a formidable adversary. The sub was armed with four nuclear cruise missiles and 22 torpedoes. Her stealth came from a tiled rubber exterior and silent running diesel electric motors which propelled her at a submerged speed of 18 knots. She could remain under water for 800 hours and descend to a safe... (read more)
2008-07-30 02:29:07

Landsat Archive for Monitoring Coastline Changes

Based on some predictions, sea levels may rise by up to 1.5m by the year 2100. Such rises are likely to have severe effects on some coastal regions around the world, including many large cities. Regular monitoring of coastal areas contributes to understanding the current seasonal and long-term effects of changes. Professor John Trinder shares insights into how GNSS equipment, airborne Lidar and UAS-derived imagery have been used to demonstrate periodic changes in the coastline north of Sydney, Australia. For me, an advantage of working with civil engineers at the University of NSW, Australia, is being able to tap into the outcomes... (read more)
2016-05-18 10:53:20
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