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John C. O’Malley [email protected] industries. I’ve read, written and said it so many times that it’s begun to feel

Atrite, but there are few environments on the planet that are as hostile, corrosive

Associate Publisher & Editor and fast-evolving as earth’s bodies of water. It is a true testament to the collective innova-

Gregory R. Trauthwein [email protected] tive spirit of the subsea community, from the scientists to the companies, large and small, as well as those in government and military, that the technological revolution has evolved

Contributing Writers at pace. Simultaneously, there has been increased interest in and pressure to clean up the

Justin Manley, U.S.

Elaine Maslin, Aberdeen ocean environment. From plastics to pollution, from underwater noise to strains on the

Tom Mulligan, Ireland ? sh population, working in our waterways ef? ciently is a foundation to many pillars in the

Claudio Paschoa, Brazil

William Stoichevski, Oslo world economy, from energy to food to international commerce.

For these reasons I am particularly pleased to share our cover story this month, by Jamie

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Sangster, CEO of LeeWay Marine, presenting his take on what is needed to drive the

Irina Vasilets [email protected] industry further, faster. His article “The Game has Changed” addresses the need for faster sensors, and starts on page 28.

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Much of the technology we pro? le in print and online has its roots in one or more of the [email protected] world’s research institutions. Starting on page 48 you will ? nd recent research from three leading institutions, from Italy to Miami to Newfoundland.

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