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Tripartite subsea energy MoU signed between Baker Hughes, Mocean Energy and Verlume

22.09.2022
Baker Hughes, Mocean Energy and Verlume have signed a triparty memorandum of understanding (MoU) to identify and discuss potential opportunities for collaboration on integrated wave energy and subsea energy storage solutions for the emerging subsea clean energy market.

Nauticus Robotics Announces Contract with Shell for Autonomous Method of Subsea Operations

04.08.2022
Nauticus Robotics, Inc. , a Houston-area developer of subsea and surface robotic services using autonomy software, announced today it has entered into an agreement with Shell to advance to the qualification phase for a more efficient means of acquiring subsea integrity data utilizing Nauticus’ Aquanaut and Hydronaut robotic platforms. This collaboration will enable Shell to add an advanced tool to its subsea asset integrity management lineup with the potential to improve subsea operations. Shell and Nauticus will collaborate with the industry’s leading inspection tooling service providers, leveraging their expertise and technology to fully integrate into Nauticus’ robotic service solution.

The Royal Navy Unveiled a Unique Testbed Ship to Support Trials of the Latest Tech and Autonomous Systems

29.07.2022
The 42m, 270-tonne vessel arrived in Portsmouth this week and is named after former Royal Navy sailor and Nobel Prize winner Patrick Blackett.

Fugro Expands its USV Fleet with the Development of the ‘Blue Prism™’ for Autonomous and Sustainable Geophysical Surveys

05.07.2022
Fugro has signed a contract with Kooiman Engineering and Van Oossanen Naval Architects for the naval design of Blue Prism™, Fugro’s next generation of uncrewed surface vessels (USVs). Specifically engineered for operations in both coastal and offshore environments, the Blue Prism™ will combine an ultra-low carbon footprint with high quality data collection, weather resilience and endurance characteristics.

Jaia Robotics Secures Over $1M Funding for Micro-Sized Autonomous Marine Vehicles

29.06.2022
Jaia Robotics, Inc., an aquatic robotics company specializing in the development of micro-sized, high-speed, autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) announced today that it has raised over $1 million in seed funding.

Nine Flag States Join the MASSPeople Working Group to Collaborate on Remote and Autonomous Operator Training Standards

22.06.2022
The introduction of remote and autonomous technology has brought new ways of working to the maritime sector, and MASSPeople aims to explore the human dimension of remote operations enabled by maritime autonomous surface ships (MASS).

Verlume and Oasis Marine Power Sign MoU to Explore New Electric Wind Farm Vessel Charging Concept

21.06.2022
Verlume, an intelligent energy management and storage technologies specialist, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with electric vessel recharging pioneer Oasis Marine Power. The MOU will explore the creation of new intelligent in-field energy storage and charging infrastructure for crew transfer vessels, further enabling electrification of offshore wind farm operations.

Cellula Robotics Partners with Trusted Autonomous Systems and the Royal Australian Navy on the SeaWolf XLUUV Project

12.05.2022
Cellula Robotics Ltd. (Cellula) is pleased to announce we are six months into a contract with Trusted Autonomous Systems (TAS), to develop the next generation of fuel cell powered, Extra-Large Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (XLUUV). Funded by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) and in collaboration with sovereign sub-contractors, project SeaWolf is set to debut the first 12m XLUUV hull in the fourth quarter of 2022.

Anduril and the Royal Australian Navy to Partner on Extra Large Autonomous Undersea Vehicles

04.05.2022
Defence technology company Anduril Industries and the Australian Defence Force are entering into commercial negotiations for a US$100m co-funded design, development and manufacturing program for Extra Large Autonomous Undersea Vehicles (XL-AUVs) for the Royal Australian Navy.

University of Plymouth and Sonardyne Collaborate to Advance Development of Marine Monitoring Technology

23.03.2022
The University of Plymouth and marine technology company Sonardyne have agreed a strategic partnership to drive innovation within the UK’s growing marine robotic and autonomous systems sector. The partnership will advance ocean data gathering technologies and platforms by leveraging the University’s academic resources and research facilities, Sonardyne’s leading acoustic and inertial navigation technologies, and the marine proving area Smart Sound Plymouth.


New AUV Obstacle Avoidance Pipeline Using ISS360 Sonar

03.03.2022
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution has pioneered a new obstacle avoidance pipeline for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) using the Impact Subsea ISS360 Imaging Sonar. The pipeline is intended to provide a reduced form factor, lower power requirement and a more cost effective solution than traditional approaches. The team successfully utilised the ISS360 Imaging Sonar integrated with a REMUS 100 AUV and demonstrated automatic obstacle avoidance capability with the new pipeline.

RCMP and SEAMOR Deepest Recovery and Arctic First

01.03.2022
Last month in a tragic workplace accident in Nunavut, Canada, a bulldozer broke through the ice and was submerged to a depth of 160 meters. A highly skilled team of Canadian Police underwater investigators responded with SEAMOR Marine’s Chinook ROV, recovering the victim’s body from inside the bulldozer on the Arctic Ocean floor. It was the Canadian Police’s deepest underwater recovery in history and first operational dive above the Arctic Circle.

Subsea Europe Services Wins Six-Figure Funding to Accelerate Autonomous Survey Development

24.02.2022
A new round of funding has strengthened hydroacoustic technology specialist Subsea Europe Service GmbH’s commitment to taking autonomous technologies to the next level for marine survey applications. The investment boosts the company’s unique approach which focuses on the integration of new generation smart, A.I. and machine learning enabled hydroacoustic systems with diverse survey platforms including Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, Unmanned Surface Vessels, and crewed vessels as survey motherships.

Novacavi Supplies Special Armoured Cable for Data Buoy

13.01.2022
NOVACAVI has recently been asked by Mobilis to design and manufacture a special electric data cable for their new DB 24000 EOL data acquisition buoy. This specially engineered armoured cable presents a copper four-conductor configuration and a double armour made of high tensile 316 stainless steel, preformed and prestressed wires.

NOC takes Boaty McBoatface to Travel Under Antarctica’s Melting Thwaites Glacier

13.12.2021
Engineers from the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) have headed out to the Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica with renowned autonomous underwater vehicle, Boaty McBoatface, to help understand what is causing ice loss from the glacier and better predict how its deterioration could contribute to sea level rise.

Global Oceans and Saildrone have Signed a Strategic MOU

11.12.2021
Global Oceans and Saildrone have signed a strategic MOU to develop new opportunities for deploying Saildrone’s fleet of autonomous uncrewed surface vehicles (USVs), including for deep seabed mapping to 7,000 meters, to support research and exploration projects operated from Global Oceans’ MARV ship platforms (Modular Adaptive Research Vessels).

Scientists Discover New Hydrothermal Vents and Possible New Species in the Gulf of California

22.11.2021
A multidisciplinary team of scientists from Mexico and the U.S. discovered new hydrothermal vents and six possible new animal species during a 33-day expedition off the coast of La Paz on Schmidt Ocean Institute's research vessel Falkor. The underwater robot ROV SuBastian was used to explore and sample vents emitting fluids at temperatures up to 287°C (549°F) along with the unique animal communities inhabiting this extreme environment. ROV SuBastian additionally captured stunning imagery of the seafloor including hydrothermal mirror pools, calcite spires, and iridescent blue scale worms.

Stepping up Korean Offshore Wind Plans, 3 GW Collaboration with EWP

22.11.2021
Equinor has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Korean East-West Power (EWP) to cooperate on 3 GW of offshore wind projects in South Korea. Together the partners will contribute significantly to the country’s ongoing energy transition and development of an offshore wind industry in Korea.
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