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Propulsion Control for USVs

The design of uncrewed surface vessels (USVs) is complex and challenging. Hundreds of decisions relating to mission goals, payload requirements, power budget, hull design, communication systems and propulsion control and management need to be analysed and implemented.

Propulsion Control for USVs

Fugro Boosts Laboratory Capacity by 50% to Meet Industry Demands

Fugro’s advanced geotechnical testing laboratory capacity is set to increase by over 50 % across Europe and America by the end of 2021. This development across three key laboratories - Wallingford, Houston and Brussels – will significantly reduce the turnaround time of test Geo-data and ensure a rapid response to the growing demands of the energy and infrastructure sectors.

Fugro Boosts Laboratory Capacity by 50% to Meet Industry Demands

OceanGate’s 2021 Titanic Survey Expedition Connected by Inmarsat Satellite Communications

The OceanGate Expeditions 2021 Titanic Survey Expedition was connected by Inmarsat’s critical satellite communications. Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, kept the OceanGate Expeditions crew connected with team members and support services during the six-week expedition to document the important maritime heritage site located over 400 miles off the coast of Newfoundland in the North Atlantic Ocean.

OceanGate’s 2021 Titanic Survey Expedition Connected by Inmarsat Satellite Communications

XPRIZE and World Ocean Council Collaborate to Advance Ocean CO2 Removal

World Ocean Council and XPRIZE co-hosted a webinar last week on how ocean CO2 removal (CDR) projects can compete in the XPRIZE $100-million Carbon Removal Competition. The XPRIZE Carbon Removal team outlined requirements of the competition and participated in a Q&A with ocean entrepreneurs.

XPRIZE and World Ocean Council Collaborate to Advance Ocean CO2 Removal

New Global Survey Calls for Greater Coordination of Seabed Mapping Activities

A new survey has given a major boost to efforts to map the entire seafloor by the end of the decade. Nearly 800 professionals representing 90 countries shared views on the value of seabed mapping and where activities to map using modern digital methods should be focused, as well as identifying some key challenges that need to be addressed in order to achieve the ambitious goal.

New Global Survey Calls for Greater Coordination of Seabed Mapping Activities

OceanTools Launches Two New High Performance Subsea Cameras

OceanTools, global leaders in subsea engineering, have launched two new high performance subsea cameras the C3-30 IP & C9-GigE, to add to their extensive underwater product range at the Ocean Business exhibition in Southampton.

OceanTools Launches Two New High Performance Subsea Cameras
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