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and maritime industry. He began his ca- reer as a commercial diver, logging over 1,000 days in saturation. He has over 20 years of program and project man-agement experience, including business development, marketing, sales, pur- chasing and procurement management. Propeck will be responsible for the day-to-day undertakings of this region both administratively and operationally. He will lead the development of new and ongoing business opportunities within Global?s core service lines: Offshore Operations, Marine Construction, and Casualty Response.EMAS Wins $80m in Subsea ProjectsEMAS announced that its Subsea Ser- vices division (EMAS AMC) has been awarded projects worth a total of ap- proximately $80m, including options. The scope of these projects cover a large spectrum of subsea work, includ- ing the decommissioning and towage of an FPSO in Asia and the deployment of an Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR) vessel in the Americas. Work for a majority of the contracts is expected to commence by the  rst half of 2014. Fugro Software for Cable Route Design and Data Fugro Pelagos introduced the Cable Analyst II, a new software solution for designing, engineering and managing submarine cable routes. Cable Analyst II is an extension to Esri?s ArcGIS for Desktop and takes advan- tage of its rich geospatial functionalities. With a logical data model and intuitive, process-oriented tools, Cable Analyst II streamlines the work ow for perform- ing analysis and providing the informa- tion needed for designing a submarine cable route. It is equipped with capabilities to ef- ciently populate, manage and track cable databases.The ArcGIS platform opens the door to numerous possibilities for implement-ing design criteria such as creating cus-tom models and scripts and assessing various layers to study risk, cost and en- vironment. Satellite imagery, electronic nautical charts, web mapping services and marine data obtained from public and private sources are also readily ac- cessible. See us at Oceanology International Booth #N450Digital Edge Subsea MTR MARCH14.indd 12/21/2014 10:51:24 AMMiddletonSchettle & de Vries GleesonPropeck Marine Technology Reporter 81MTR #2 (66-81).indd 81MTR #2 (66-81).indd 812/22/2014 2:13:33 PM2/22/2014 2:13:33 PM

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