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Kraken Robotics Supports Energy Transition in Taiwan

14.06.2024
Kraken Robotics announces since undertaking its first seabed survey project in Taiwan 3 years ago, Kraken Robotics has supported the installation of over 1.8GW of green energy through the use of the innovative 3D acoustic Sub-Bottom Imager™ (SBI).

MacArtney's GreenLink enhances wave energy testing at world-class marine site

14.06.2024
MacArtney's GreenLink terminations will connect innovative technology at PacWave South. This cutting-edge platform, run by Oregon State University, is for testing and optimising marine energy devices in open-ocean environments, driving the application of wave energy as a reliable power source.

Teledyne Marine Pays Tribute to Doug Webb’s Lifetime of Scientific Achievements

14.06.2024
Mr. Douglas Webb, an esteemed Oceanographer Emeritus from Woods Hole, MA, and founder of Teledyne Webb Research, received recognition for his lifelong contributions to science at the Teledyne Marine facility located in North Falmouth, MA, on Wednesday, June 5, 2024.

Exail selected by the European Commission to contribute to E=MCM project

14.06.2024
Exail, a world leader in robotics technologies, announces its selection to participate in the European Extended Mine Counter Measures (E=MCM) project. The objective of this consortium project, led by Naval Group Belgium, is to establish a future European sovereign capacity in mine warfare.

New Contract Awarded for Kystdesign

14.06.2024
Kystdesign is excited to share that we have secured a new contract with DOF, a significant player in the global offshore industry. DOF has placed an order for two complete Constructor Compact ROV systems.

Base Materials Bolsters Subsea Buoyancy Offer with New Repair and Refurbishment Service

12.06.2024
Base Materials launches new buoyancy repair and refurbishment service providing remotely operated vehicle (ROV) owners and operators with a more sustainable alternative to purchasing new buoyancy modules.

Latest Ocean Robotics Planet Magazines

Ocean Robotics Planet Magazine Issue 39 is out NOW!

16.05.2024
Ocean Robotics Planet Magazine Issue 39: Ocean Robotics Planet Magazine Issue 39: Events Calendar & Welcome to Ocean Robotics Planet - RTsys Integrating Manned and Unmanned Systems for Greater Outcomes - Odysseus 4K: Pelagic’s New ROV Provides Cutting-edge Support for Global Deep-Sea Science - Reagan National Defense Forum and Uncrewed Maritime Systems - The SeaExplorer Way: Redefining Shallow Water Exploration - VideoRay: An American ROV Revolution (Part 1) - Poster: VideoRay Defender - Fortifying Undersea Security: Collaborative Strategies for Subsea Warfare - Towards Autonomous Seas: Embracing the Potential of Remote Piloting - Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) Network in Support to EOOS - Sea-Lift: Connecting Topside to Subsea - Digital Edge Showcases New ROV Products - Science Fiction Becomes Reality: The Sentinel Mission - The ROV Artist: Gaizka Garay - ROVAR: Remotely Operated Vehicle for Asset Recovery...

Ocean Robotics Planet Magazine Issue 38 is out NOW!

24.02.2024
Ocean Robotics Planet Magazine Issue 38: Events Calendar & Welcome to Ocean Robotics Planet - Greensea IQ Delivers High Impact Dual-Use Technologies - Reaching the Future of Remote Operations - Goby: Limitless Energy and Autonomy Powered by Waves - Robotic Mermaids of the Deep - Pioneering Complex Underwater Exploration and Infrastructure Inspection - Offshore Wind Inspections: A Comprehensive Approach through the AROWIND Project - Poster: Drone Anti-Submarine Helicopter (DASH) - Think Weaponized Drones are a New Idea? - Sea Duty Suits Versatile Skeldar V-200 VTUAV - The Importance of Uncrewed Vessels for Naval Operations - Filling the Open Ocean Autonomy Capability Gap - Unlocking the Potential of Subsea Resident ROVs with Cutting Edge INS/DVL Tech - ROV Multiplexing: Past, Present, and Future - Underwater Intervention is Back!

Ocean Robotics Planet Magazine Issue 37 is out NOW!

15.11.2023
Ocean Robotics Planet Magazine Issue 37: Events Calendar & Welcome to Ocean Robotics Planet - The Freedom to evolve: What’s New and What’s Next with the Hybrid Freedom AUV/ROV - The Search & Recovery of the Missing OceanGate Titan Submersible - Sub Rescue Planning - Protecting Offshore Energy Sources: Fossil Fuel and Green Energy Have Common Ground - Discovery of Two Historic WWII Aircraft Wrecks in Trondheimsfjorden - Poster: DriX USV deployed in conjunction with the Freedom AUV - DriX and FlipiX: Exail's Smart Solution for Bathymetric, Geophysical and UXO Surveys - Into the Ocean: Underwater Robotics, Uncover New Ways to Tackle Climate Change - Subsea Anchoring for a Greener Future - Schmidt Ocean Institute Launches New Research Vessel: Take a Tour of Falkor (too) - Small Unmanned Surface Vessels Could Pose a Big Threat as a Waterborne IED - Class Project: Students Reverse Engineer Captured Unmanned Smuggling Boats;

Latest news about Conferences & Events

EVENT: MATS - Southampton, UK - 5-7 November 2024

07.06.2024
During MATS 2024 - our 10th event - we aim to explore Marine Autonomous Systems (MAS), to underline its significance and to represent each key aspect through the themes outlined. Throughout the event we will reflect on some of the big advancements and aspirations of the 10 previous events, many of which have been actualised over this period and resulted in key developments.

EVENT: WindEnergy - Hamburg, Germany - 24-27 September 2024

27.05.2024
WindEnergy Hamburg will act as a unique meeting point and bring together the major players in the wind industry and related sectors – as well as completely new partners in this dynamically evolving market.

EVENT: OCEANS 2024 - Halifax, Canada - 23-26 September 2024

23.05.2024
The OCEANS 2024 Halifax conference is for global maritime professionals to learn, innovate and lead in the protection and utilization of the world’s largest natural resource – our OCEANS.





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