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Douglas Grava LaShelle

Saab Seaeye

Sea? oor Systems years with Teledyne Marine), Grava has

Saab Seaeye Honored by MTS

Saab Seaeye won the Corporate Excel- managed and grown SeaBat customer lence Award from the Marine Technolo- accounts in North America, and estab- gy Society. The award is given in recog- lished solid customer relations within nition of an organization’s contribution the Multibeam community. to the industry and to ROV technology.

Chair of the Marine ROV Committee,

Greensea Names LaShelle

Chuck Richards, presented the award

Production Manager at the Underwater Intervention show in Greensea Systems, Inc. announced that

New Orleans to James Douglas of Saab

Jason LaShelle joined the ? rm as Pro-

Seaeye. MTS’ Marine ROV Commit- duction Manager. LaShelle will plan, (Photo: The Cousteau Society) Greensea Systems Inc.

tee promotes the exchange of technical coordinate and control manufacturing information concerning ROVs, robotics processes for the company, ensuring a 1951, Calypso sailed the world under- and arti? cial intelligence across indus- high level of ef? ciency. LaShelle comes taking scienti? c explorations until Janu- try, defense, academia and other organi- to Greensea from the U.S. Coast Guard, ary 8, 1996, when she was involved in a zations, on an international basis. where he was in charge of systems in- mooring accident and sank. Now raised tegration and quality assurance. He has and once renovated, the Calypso will re-

Grava Named VP at a BS in Technical Management from main at the service of science and edu-

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University cation, as Jacques Cousteau wished.

Sea? oor Systems

Sea? oor Systems announced that Josh and is currently working on his MS in In order for the latest round of renova-

Grava, former Sales Manager, North Operations and Project Management at tions to be performed, a team of special-

America, RESON Teledyne Marine, is Southern New Hampshire University. ists from CMA CGM freight forwarding joining John Tamplin, President, Sea- He also holds certi? cations as a USCG and logistics solutions subsidiary CMA ? oor Systems, Inc. in a newly created approved 100 Ton Master Captain and a CGM LOG was mobilized to source a position, Vice President Sales. Grava Rescue SCUBA diver.

customized solution to transport the ves- will manage U.S. and International sel to the repair yard.

sales and rentals for all multibeam hy- CMA CGM LOG, working closely with

Jacques Cousteau’s Calypso drographic sonar systems. Grava joined CMA CGM teams, selected and char-

Shipped for Renovation

RESON in 1997, straight from Univer- tered a suitable vessel Abis Dusavik, as

Jacques Cousteau’s ship Calypso, star of sity of California Santa Barbara, as sales the 40-meter, 110-ton Calypso had to the “Undersea World of Jacques Cous- and marketing assistant. In 2004, he ex- be loaded on to a vessel large enough to teau,” was loaded on March 14 in Con- panded his sales reach within RESON to carneau, France for shipment to Turkey, have two cranes with the power to lift include the SeaBat Multibeam systems. where the legendary oceanographic her yet small enough to berth in the port

For the past 12 years with RESON (two vessel will undergo renovations. From of Concarneau.

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