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TAKE 5 with Ocean ICT: Seequent

Seequent is a leader in earth modeling, geo-data management and team collaboration software. In this TAKE 5, we hear from Matt Grove, Regional Manager, Environment, at Seequent, to find out more about how they employ their technology in the ocean industry.

TAKE 5 with Ocean ICT: Seequent

TAKE 5 with Ocean ICT: European Space Agency

The European Space Agency’s Space Solutions plays an integral role in the ocean industry through specialized technology projects, strategic partnerships, and the funding of sustainable maritime initiatives. In this TAKE 5, we catch up with Grant Day, Business Applications UK Region Ambassador, Southwest England & Wales, at ESA, to find out more.

TAKE 5 with Ocean ICT: European Space Agency

TAKE 5: The ON&T Interview with Oceaneering

Welcome to Take 5, ON&T’s new monthly interview. Our first guest is none other than Oceaneering’s Chairman & CEO Rod Larson, who shares his thoughts on the world of remote offshore operations and the opportunities that automated subsea technologies present to companies at the forefront of the so-called energy transition.

TAKE 5: The ON&T Interview with Oceaneering

Technology Solutions for Scaling True AUV Tech

When Cathx Ocean was established in 2009, our purpose was to accelerate the development of truly autonomous and uncrewed operations, to enable scale, and facilitate a greater understanding of the impact of activity in the Ocean.

Technology Solutions for Scaling True AUV Tech

The US Navy’s Designs on a Hybrid Fleet

The US Navy stands at the precipice of a new era of technology advancement. In an address at a major military-industry conference, the US Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Michael Gilday, revealed the Navy’s goal to grow its fleet to 500 ships, comprising 350 crewed vessels and 150 uncrewed maritime vehicles. This plan has been dubbed the “hybrid fleet.”

The US Navy’s Designs on a Hybrid Fleet

Particle Motion Sensors: Going Beyond the Motion in the Ocean

Researchers have long studied the creatures that inhabit our oceans, from vibrant coral reefs in Australia to the icy cold waters of the Arctic. The size of these organisms covers a wide spectrum: from micro-organisms, too small to see with the human eye, to extremely large mammals.

Particle Motion Sensors: Going Beyond the Motion in the Ocean

Sea-Bird Scientific: Powering Science-Based Decisions for a Better Ocean

Based in Bellevue, Washington, Sea-Bird Scientific is a developer and manufacturer of products for ocean measurements. Genevieve Howell, Director of Products & Global Services at Sea-Brid Scientific, joined the editorial team at ON&T Magazine to speak about Sea-Bird Scientific’s latest innovative sensors for generating accurate and defensible ocean measurements.

Sea-Bird Scientific: Powering Science-Based Decisions for a Better Ocean

Bringing eDNA Sampling Technology

A new automated technology, the Robotic Cartridge Sampling Instrument (RoCSI) performs autonomous, high-count, in situ sample collection down to 6,000 m that allows resulting environmental DNA (eDNA) studies to characterize biological communities with high sensitivity and species-level accuracy without disturbing organisms in the environment.

Bringing eDNA Sampling Technology
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