Bosch Rexroth will join offshore and marine technology experts to showcase the company’s latest innovations at OTC 2022 on May 2-5 in Houston. Located at booth 2306, Rexroth and Hägglunds displays will show a range of products and solutions that support the offshore technology sector.
Science & Technology
The goal of this program is to support the oceanographic and limnological research community by lending, free of charge, a calibrated battery-powered Acoustic Zooplankton Fish Profiler™ (AZFP™) (subject to availability either the 125/200/455/769 kHz or the 38/125/200/455 kHz configuration), plus mooring cage and battery for a three-month maximum deployment period along with the support from ASL’s team of experts.
Subsea Technology & Rentals (STR) is delighted to announce that Spectrum Geophysics have purchased an EdgeTech 4205 Side Scan Sonar System to complement their existing pool of geophysical survey equipment.
Jan De Nul Group joins forces with Seiche Ltd to start trials for the development of an automated marine mammal detection system on board of its vessels.
Center for Marine Environmental Sciences at the University of Bremen is getting a new remotely operated vehicle (ROV). The new system has a higher performance than ROV MARUM-QUEST. This means that the diving robot can be used, for example, to transport observatories to the ocean floor and conduct investigations at a water depth of 5,000 meters.
Norwegian maritime company Antisink has turned to Luxfer for its industry-leading lightweight and durable gas cylinders, to deliver a revolutionary technology that will help prevent shipwrecks and save lives at sea.
The University of New Hampshire’s Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (UNH CCOM), as a member of the Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute (OECI), funded by NOAA Ocean Exploration, has taken delivery of an iXblue DriX Uncrewed Surface Vehicle (USV) and its Universal Deployment System.
TCarta Marine, a Colorado-based small business and global provider of hydrospatial products, will present its satellite-derived bathymetric (SDB) data sets on Terradepth’s Absolute Ocean visualization platform for the first time at GEOINT 2022.