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NOAA’s Latest Research Vessel Employs Impressive Suite of Furuno Marine Electronics

When the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) specced their newest research vessel, they looked to Teknicraft and All American Marine for the hull design and Furuno for electronics. Their new 50' semi-displacement catamaran, launched with a full suite of quality Furuno marine electronics, is ready to assist in their research missions in the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary (OCNMS) in Washington State.

NOAA’s Latest Research Vessel Employs Impressive Suite of Furuno Marine Electronics

Marine Technology Society, the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society & Schmidt Ocean Institute Announce New Partnership

Marine Technology Society (MTS), the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society (OES) and Schmidt Ocean Institute (SOI), have announced a new partnership that will focus on the effective development and application of marine science and technology for purposes of exploration, understanding, and sustainable use of the ocean and its resources. The collaboration includes supporting student and early career marine technology professionals, women in marine science and technology, and other joint activities between the two societies and the Institute.

Marine Technology Society, the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society & Schmidt Ocean Institute Announce New Partnership

Mayflower Wind Bid Offers Transformative Economic Development Package

Mayflower Wind, the developer of a deep-water offshore wind project, has announced the filing of proposals as part of Massachusetts’ 83C III offshore wind energy procurement, revealing key elements of the economic development program attached to its proposals. The company submitted its confidential proposals, on schedule, on September 16.

Mayflower Wind Bid Offers Transformative Economic Development Package

4Subsea Delivers Decade of Digital Twin Technology

4Subsea, a leading provider of digital technology and services to the energy and maritime sector, has successfully completed more than 300 measurement campaigns across the North Sea following the launch of its digital twin technology, significantly increasing uptime and mitigating risk during well operations.

4Subsea Delivers Decade of Digital Twin Technology

NOAA Awards $41 Million for Ocean Observing

NOAA’s U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®) Office has announced 11 new five-year cooperative agreements that support the continued growth, expansion, and modernization of our nation’s climate, coastal, ocean, and Great Lakes observing capabilities.

NOAA Awards $41 Million for Ocean Observing
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