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September 2020

Volume 63 • Number 7


On the Cover (Retired Navy Rear Admiral and

Deputy NOAA administrator Tim

Gallaudet meets with scientists at

NOAA’s National Weather Service

Space Weather Prediction Center in 2018 in Boulder, Colorado. Credit:

NOAA) 12 Funnel Vision Christine Spiten left Blueye for

WWF to help address the ocean plastics problem.

12 16 Thruster Tech

Images courtesy: WWF/NorShipping The components of a UV’s

Vehicle-Propulsor-Drive system are not individual performers.

They must be in harmony.

By Donald MacPherson Inside Terradepth 20 Ocean mapping at scale is the target of a new unmanned systems player started by two ex-US Navy SEALS.

By Elaine Maslin 26

Gallaudet at the Helm 26 RDML Tim Gallaudet, NOAA discusses the direction and pace of the use of uncrewed maritime systems.

By Greg Trauthwein Routes to Residency 38 Efforts to increase remote capability often go hand in hand with increasing ROV residency. But exactly what form residency takes is diverging.

By Elaine Maslin 38 4 Editor’s Note 6 Authors & Contributors 46 Focus: Hacking 4 Environment 55 50 Case Studies 55 Tech Files: ROV Technologies 58 New Products 63 Classi? ed 64 Advertisers Index

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