In October 2015, Oceaneering demonstrated two new technologies in the Gulf of Mexico that will greatly increase remotely operated vehicle (ROV)...
Seaborn Networks has announced the completion of its US$500 million project funding for Seabras-1, a new transoceanic subsea fiber optic cable...
Two ambitious and innovative companies have this November sealed their corporation, ECE Offshore, a company specialized in consultancy with respect...
Subcon announces that the NSW Department of Primary Industries has awarded to Subcon the contract for the design, fabrication and installation of...
New signal processing techniques could be a breakthrough in wideband sonar Sensor technology inspired by Bottlenose Dolphins could help extend the...
Kongsberg Maritime has introduced a new multibeam echo sounder designed for survey and inspection operations in shallow and medium water depths. The...
SCUBA diving to conduct research is not the same as diving for pleasure. Science diving using self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (SCUBA)...
Kongsberg Maritime has released its fifth generation of singlebeam echo sounder designed for shallow to medium depth waters and for hull mounted...
Subsea training facility, The Underwater Centre, is preparing for changes to the prerequisite requirements for experienced commercial air divers...
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...
Fall River, MA – October 5, 2015 OceanServer Technology has recently delivered an Iver3-580 Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) to the Michigan...
Vehicles that make detailed inspections of subsea pipelines, facilities and structures are the focus of an R&D project – codenamed FlatFish –...
The Australian Institute of Marine Science announces the deployment of the Slocum glider “Amy” off Townsville, in collaboration with CSIRO and the...

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