Vehicles that make detailed inspections of subsea pipelines, facilities and structures are the focus of an R&D project – codenamed FlatFish –...
Subcon announces that the NSW Department of Primary Industries has awarded to Subcon the contract for the design, fabrication and installation of...
Seatronics and 2G Robotics recently conducted a demonstration of the ULS-200 with Australian based company, Total Marine Technology (TMT). TMT...
UK based Global Marine Systems Limited, a leader in subsea cable route design, installation and maintenance, has secured a contract win from Ocean...
SCUBA diving to conduct research is not the same as diving for pleasure. Science diving using self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (SCUBA)...
New subsea technology which allows geophysical towfish to be tracked at distances far greater than current methods allow, has been successfully...
Seatronics, an Acteon company, has successfully triggered a Percussion Actuated Non-electric (P.A.N.) disrupter subsea, with its Predator Remotely...
Deep Trekker Inc. announces that on June 22, 2015 a DTG2 remotely operated vehicle (ROV) was used to help locate the missing Rio de Janeiro, a...
Ocean X Team’s main focus is to search for hidden treasures such as antique high-end alcoholic beverages and historic artifacts. They started their...
The battery powered Miko Fix drill can be operated by divers at any depth down to 50 meters. It is mounted in a specially designed stand that is...
The Australian Institute of Marine Science announces the deployment of the Slocum glider “Amy” off Townsville, in collaboration with CSIRO and the...
Seatronics and 2G Robotics recently conducted a demonstration of the ULS-200 with Australian based company, Total Marine Technology (TMT). TMT...
Global Marine Systems Limited, the UK headquartered world leader in subsea cable route design, installation and maintenance, has secured a contract...

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