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MTR 100: The 11th Annual Listing of 100 Leading Subsea Companies

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Gregory R. Trauthwein

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Ifavorite because of the amount of work it takes. Unequivocally I can say that the th

PUBLISHER 11 installment of the MTR100 is my favorite. Why? Because Eric Haun, web editor of

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MarineTechnologyNews.com is steadily increasing his work load in the industry and in jomalley@marinelink.com our pages, and this year Eric took the point and the machete in hacking through the jungle of MTR100 applicants.

Associate Publisher & Editor

Gregory R. Trauthwein

Again, 2016 was a record year of applicants for the MTR100. While I try to maintain trauthwein@marinelink.com good editorial judgment always, I would be lying if I didn’t admit an af? nity for the young ‘up and comers,’ those innovative spirits that are new and unknown. Will they still serve

Web Editor this market a decade from now? Will they be scooped up by some corporate conglomer-

Eric Haun haun@marinelink.com ate? Will they be working down the block from me on Wall Street? I have no clue. But I do

Contributing Writers know that companies like Blue Robotics (page 10); and individual and companies partici-

Kira Coley, United Kingdom pating in the “X-Prize” contests (page 38); and the next generation of industry leaders cur-

Capt. Edward Lundquist, USN (Ret.)

Claudio Paschoa, Brazil rently growing in some of the world’s ? nest institutions and institutes (page 46) add daily

William Stoichevski, Norway to the excitement and innovation that we present in our pages.

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Perhaps the toughest job I had this edition was ? nal selection of the cover, and again, that

Irina Vasilets vasilets@marinelink.com was easy. First and foremost thanks to The Alfred Wegener Institute (page 48) and photog- rapher Stefan Hendricks for the stunning image. When I write about working in the ocean,

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I often refer to the ocean environment as “the harshest environment to work in on the

Nicole Ventimiglia nicole@marinelink.com planet.” The cover of this edition takes “harshest” to the next level – and without a doubt this picture is worth more than a thousand words – as the Bremerhaven, Germany based

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AWI is renowned for its active presence in both polar regions. To me, the image that graces

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