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MERMAC D docking head for ROV

Kongsberg Upgrades Motion Control

SuBastian has been designed featuring

Multibeam Echo Sounder Version 2.5 Release a special property, single suspension point.

OSIL Satellite Modem

Coda Octopus

Kongsberg Maritime launched Geo- Coda Octopus has released Version 2.5

Swath 4, the fourth generation of its of its Motion Control Software Pack-

GeoSwath shallow water multibeam age: its latest MOTION control applica- echo sounder, featuring a new look tion provides complete setup, manage-

OSIL deck unit, which is smaller and lighter, ment, monitoring and replay for all four with suf? cient Ethernet, USB and se- products in the MOTION range: the Ocean Scienti? c International Ltd. rial interfaces to suit any combination F190, F180, F180R and F175 series. (OSIL) added a new low-cost, low- of peripheral sensors. Inside, the new power satellite modem to its range of hardware enables the GS4 to transmit telemetry equipment. The system will on both port and starboard transducers publish data, including traditionally

Teledyne CARIS Unveils simultaneously, doubling the previous high-cost/volume currents and waves,

HIPS and SIPS 10 along track data density and increasing from any location globally using the the performance and resolution. Iridium satellite network. Monthly line rental costs are minimal, and data costs are kept low by using

SBD messaging with big bundle deals

New Batteries Help available for multiple or long term

Vehicles Dive Deeper deployments.

Teledyne CARIS has updated its bathy- metric, sea? oor imagery and water

Cyanobacteria-Sensitive column data processing software HIPS

Optics for Fluorometer and SIPS 10, introducing new capa- bilities for automation, ef? ciency and

Steatite Kongsberg Maritime usability through the integration of the

Steatite has completed the ? rst phase Process Designer and the simultaneous of a 24-month project to develop a introduction to the ? rst commercially pressure-tolerant lithium sulphur (Li- available solution for generating Vari-

S) battery pack that can improve the able Resolution (VR) Surfaces from

Turner Design endurance and speed of ‘deep-dive’ au- source data.

tonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). Turner Designs’ Enviro-T2 is an in-line

Having demonstrated that Li-S cells ? uorometer suited for drinking water or can operate at depths up to 6,000m, the wastewater facilities that want to detect

New Docking Head for project can now move on to the battery cyanobacteria and algae in their water

Schmidt’s ROV SuBastian development phase involving continued ? ow. It is an accurate, single-channel development of Steatite’s pressure-tol- ? uorometer which easily integrates erant multi-chemistry Battery Manage- with data collection systems providing ment System (BMS). The ? rst phase a 4 – 20 mA output proportional to the of the project was completed at the ? uorescence from chlorophyll in water.

National Oceanography Center (NOC) The Enviro-T2 Red Excitation Fluo-

MacArtney Teledyne CARIS in Southampton and involved repeat- rometer has maximum sensitivity for edly testing Li-S cells at pressures and Schmidt Ocean Institute has chosen better detection of cyanobacteria; the temperatures equivalent to undersea a MacArtney docking head to ensure Enviro-T2 Blue Excitation Fluorometer depths of 6,000m. optimum handling of its remotely is con? gured with maximum sensitivity operated vehicle (ROV) SuBastian on to all other algal groups. board the R/V Falkor. The MacArtney

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