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KAUST to Build World-Class Vessel for Marine Research

In keeping with its mission to provide world-class marine research and support Saudi Arabia’s goals to study and protect marine environments, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) is investing in a state-of-the-art oceanographic research vessel (RV) to replace the existing RV Thuwal.

KAUST to Build World-Class Vessel for Marine Research

Teledyne Marine Annual Photo Contest Now Open

Teledyne Marine has announced the return of its annual photo contest. All Teledyne Marine customers and users are encouraged to submit their favorite photos showing any of Teledyne Marine’s products in action, data collected using a Teledyne Marine product, or photos taken using a Teledyne Bowtech camera.

Teledyne Marine Annual Photo Contest Now Open

Summer 'Dead Zone' Nearly 5.4K Square Miles in Gulf of Mexico

NOAA is forecasting a summer “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico that will be approximately 5,364 square miles, making it about average for the 35-year history of the summertime dead zone measurements in the region. The forecast is lower than last year’s measured size and slightly lower than the five-year average measured size of 5,380 square miles.

Summer 'Dead Zone' Nearly 5.4K Square Miles in Gulf of Mexico

Bureau Veritas Certifies METIS Cyberspace Technology SA on Cyber Resilience

Bureau Veritas (BV), a world leader in testing, inspection and certification, has awarded type approval certification (TAC) to an IoT solution offered by METIS Cyberspace Technology SA: ‘METIS IoT SYSTEM’. This solution is a combination of two services, ‘METIS SHIP CONNECT’ & ‘METIS SPACE’.

Bureau Veritas Certifies METIS Cyberspace Technology SA on Cyber Resilience
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