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Marine Technology Reporter • Volume 50 Number 2

Conversation 20 On the Right Track

TSS (International) is a world leader in subsea inertial navigation systems and cable and pipe tracking. MTR discussed the company and market with John Frost. — by Greg Trauthwein

Autonomous Underwater Vehicles 24 GOING MAINSTREAM

The integration of AUVs into academic, military and commercial endeavors is well underway, as manufacturers have continually improved upon reliability and interoper- ability. — by Maggie L. Merrill

Profile 28 Bluefin Robotics is Sailing Along

Bluefin Robotics has proceeded to grow, due in part to the quality of the AUVs it pro- duces, the vision and experience of its current chief executive, Dr. Brian Abraham, as well as an infusion of talent and reach-back capability of its corporate parent, Battelle. — by Greg Trauthwein

Q&A 34 PSS Poised for Global Growth

In early February Perry Slingsby Systems (PSS) was acquired by Triton Group

Holdings. MTR caught up with Martin Anderson, CEO of Triton Group Holdings, to gather insights to the transaction as well as the company's future.

Pictured in the background is DSV Northern River, which was recently chartered for an additional 5 years by

Bluestream NL for work in the North Sea. Story on page 14. 2 MTR March 2007

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