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Subsea Vehicles: UUVs

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ties, and reduced cost of operations.? The unique capabilities of the SRI MIMS device integrated into the Blue n-12 AUV platform addresses complex survey and data collection challenges associated with ocean monitor- ing and exploration, including an enhanced ability to differen- tiate hydrocarbon sources (e.g., biogenic versus thermogenic) and high- delity baseline measurements to understand with greater accuracy the impact of drilling in speci c areas. Shark Marine Technologies delivered the newly enhanced Sea-Wolf 3 ROV system to The State Oceanic Administration of China, which will use the Sea-Wolf 3 to perform marine scienti c surveys and research activities. The SOA is respon- sible for overseeing marine construction projects, submarine engineering projects and routine coastal surveillance. UUVsBelow Oceaneering subsidiary Deep Sea Systems (DSSI) has designed and built the Sea Maxx Sat-ellite Remotely Operated Vehicle (SAT-ROV) to work in tandem with work class ROVs at depths up to 4,400m. (Photo: Teledyne Gavia) Left UTEC Survey Adds Two Additional Gavia Offshore Surveyors. January/February 2014 44 MTRMTR #1 (34-49).indd 44MTR #1 (34-49).indd 441/23/2014 10:54:42 AM1/23/2014 10:54:42 AM

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