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Science & Technology
Family-run subsea acoustics experts, applied acoustics, recently launched a new acoustic positioning offering which is their first combined Inertial Navigation (INS) and Ultra Short Base Line (USBL) system.
Armach Robotics (Armach) has been shortlisted to compete in the Ocean Opportunity Lab and World Ocean Council’s (WOC) The Biofouling Innovation Challenge. This is the first competition of its kind, born from an initiative to encourage the industry to embrace creative and innovative solutions around the effects and costs of biofouling within the ocean, maritime and renewable industry, and to restore biodiversity.
Saildrone has been selected to receive a major award from the National Offshore Wind Research and Development Consortium (NOWRDC) to facilitate offshore wind’s coexistence with wildlife and other ocean users.
Schmidt Marine Technology Partners (SMTP), a program of The Schmidt Family Foundation, has awarded $3 million in grants to help launch new ocean technology initiatives and support existing partners. The funds support innovative projects that enable ocean research, promote habitat health, and maintain sustainable fisheries.
SeaTrac Systems, Inc. (SeaTrac) is pleased to announce the sale and delivery of one of its SP-48 persistent Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USVs) to an elite Geosciences team at Princeton University.
The Acoustics Research Group at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Brigham Young University, Utah, USA has chosen Spectrum Instrumentation’s leading-edge digitizers and signal generators to form the heart of its new underwater acoustics laboratory.
CGG is acting as a special technical partner in an innovative consortium research project led by Bangor University to identify opportunities that benefit biodiversity and the conservation of species around offshore windfarms whilst also supporting windfarm developers to design long-term environmental monitoring strategies.