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    • OCEANS 81 Maritime Reporter, Sep 15, 1981 #12

    Oceans '81, the annual conference and exhibition sponsored by the IEEE Council of Oceanic Engineering and the Marine Technology Society, will be held September 16-18 at the Sheraton Hotel, Boston, Mass. A record 300 technical presentations will be made by eminent persons from academe, research organ

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    The Oceans 2016 conference and exhibition, co-sponsored by the Marine Technology Society and the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society, was held September 19-23, 2016 in Monterey, Calif. The event drew more than 100 exhibitors showcasing some of the latest products, services and tech- nological advancements.

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    Spark Resistant Signal Integrity Manual Hoists TE Connectivity’s Raychem high- and Trolleys speed data transmission cables for Harrington Hoists’ IEEE 1394 applications are designed RCB Ex Certi? ed for use with commercial marine sys- Spark Resistant hand tems. The ruggedized cable helps chain

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    Preview Monterey’s Breakwater Cove (Photo: City of Monterey) What: Oceans 2016 When: Sept. 19-23, 2016 Oceans 2016 Where: Monterey, Calif. www.oceans16mtsieeemonterey.org Each year the Marine Technology So- data to the Ulti-Buoy controller via in- ciety and the IEEE Oceanic Engineering ductive telemetry.Soundnine

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    Event Preview: Oceans 2015 Oceans 2015 The MTS/IEEE Oceans ‘15 conference and exhibition is set to take place October 19-22, 2015 in Washington, D.C. Sponsored by the Marine Technology Society and the IEEE workshops, demonstrations, government listening sessions, Oceanic Engineering Society, the annual

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    (Sub-Chapter M) Towing Vessel Rules all times. The enhanced performance of 20,000TEU Mega container ships bolt came from a conversation at a trade and IEEE 45 2002 Standards. V-Pod propulsion, diesel-electric with (about 400m in length and about 59m show. On the rivers, thruster propulsion Thunderbolt

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