NOAA Fisheries has issued final authorizations under the Marine Mammal Protection Act to incidentally, but not intentionally, harass marine mammals...
Companies with an interest in developing innovative subsea technologies are being invited to take part in the second call for a three-year...
James Fisher Ocean Team (JFOT) has completed its first excavation for COOEC Subsea in the South China Sea and the team is gearing up for additional...
Don’t miss out on your chance to submit papers for iXblue Annual User Conference that will take place at the Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), on...
Falcon ROV to survey Norway’s harbors to provide data for the authorities on the status of sediment built up over decades of environmentally...
Recent work includes significant pipeline and structure inspections for Centrica Storage, Chrysaor, Dana, Petrofac, Premier, Repsol and Spirit...
Since the revolutionary launch of the Surveyor ROV as primary tool of inspection and survey through the production of High-Resolution imagery, MMT...
Kongsberg Maritime’s has unveiled the new HUGIN SUPERIOR AUV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicle) System introducing significantly enhanced data,...
As is known to us, 70% of the earth is covered by ocean. But out of harsh environment, it is tough for ordinary people to get accessible to ocean...
Baker Hughes, a GE company, announces the launch of its new approach to subsea development: Subsea Connect, including its Aptara™ TOTEX-lite subsea...
Following an extensive R&D trajectory, subsea technology company Seatools introduces the revolutionary Carrera E 3D motion-controlled precision...
The finalists have been announced for next year’s Subsea UK awards, which recognize the companies and individuals who are leading the way in the...
DOF Subsea Australia Pty Ltd’s existing Subsea Inspection, Maintenance and Repair Contract with Chevron Australia has been extended.

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