Research teams from Fugro and the Ocean Industries Concept Lab (OICL) at Oslo School of Architecture and Design have been exploring how best to harmonize maritime design by integrating digital innovation in next-generation workplaces for safe remote operations.
Science & Technology
Has the industry been blinkered in its search for alternative fuels capable of enabling a deep sea zero-emissions revolution? Is there a proven, ‘silver bullet solution’ waiting to be explored, right now? Robert McDonald, Principal Engineer, Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), says it’s time to shine the spotlight on the unique potential of Thorium and Small Modular Reactors.
Sea water sensor and measuring system manufacturer -4H-JENA engineering’s FerryBox multi-parameter water measurement system is now being used to evaluate the role of global warming and glacial meltwater on the rising level of oxygen in the oceans aboard French designer of inspiring voyages aboard small exploration ships PONANT’s Le Commandant Charcot, the world’s only luxury icebreaker, a hybrid-electric vessel powered by liquified natural gas.
OceanWise is proud to announce a recent contract win with the Port of Tyne to provide an environmental monitoring solution to support operational decision making across the Port’s jurisdiction.
Sustainable, effective long-term management of the Blue Economy requires regular and accurate measurements of essential ocean variables. The data required to enable this is scarce due to the collection barriers—the high cost and the logistical challenges of traditional methods such as research ships and buoys.
Coda Octopus announces the introduction of its new Reporting and QC Tool for its Survey Engine® geophysical post processing product line.
Scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), along with partners from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the University of Rhode Island (URI), have embarked on an unprecedented four-ship expedition in the northwest Atlantic to study the Ocean Twilight Zone (OTZ)—a dark, remote, and under-explored layer of the ocean that exists 200 to 1000 meters (650-3,300 feet) below the surface.