Science Technology Directorate

  • Tracor, Inc., Austin, Texas, has received a multi-year contract from the Naval Supply Center, Norfolk, Va., for engineering, analytical, and technical support as required by the NAVSEA Combat System Engineering Station in Norfolk for the AN/SQQ-89 (V) Underwater Sensor System, the Anti-Submarine Warfare Control System, and associated subsystems.

    The one-year contract includes two one-year options and has a total potential value of $7,696,150.

    Dr. William C. Moyer, group vice president of Tracor Applied Sciences, said the new work represents a continuing involvement of the company in the installation and integration of independent sonar systems requiring multiple variations created by a diversity of ship classes.

    Dr. Moyer said the work will be performed by Tracor's Systems Technology Division from its operations in Groton, Conn. The Division is under the general management of William M. Pugh, division vice president.

    Mr. Pugh announced that Marshall P. Hall of the Groton Directorate has assigned Victor S. Asciolla, Surface Engineering Department director, to manage the new program. The majority of the engineering and analytical efforts will be accomplished in the Groton facilities, complemented by off-site support at Norfolk and other locations throughout the country.

  • and logistics support to the Naval Sea Systems Command, Surface Ships Directorate. Dr. William C. Moyer, group vice president of Tracor Applied Sciences, said this contract reflects continued successful involvement in the Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity (SIMA) upgrade program. The work

  • and fire-control systems for the Navy's nuclear submarines and surface ships. William C. Mover, Ph.D., group vice president of Tracor Applied Sciences, said that approximately 85 Tracor sonar scientists, engineers, and managers located in Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, California, and Texas

  • . Objections by trading partners surfaced and were confirmed by the Government Accounting Office (GAO). In her testimony before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano said in part, “DHS has learned a great deal from these pilots, but it has also encountered

  • Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company, Chester, Pa. 19013, has made four appointments to its Corporate Science and Technology Division. The company named Gerald Swensson, manager-Machinery Sciences, Thomas Krehnbrink, manager-Hull Sciences, Richard Bicicchi, manager-Material Sciences, and Larry F.

  • Oceanology International North America: OI 2017 set to cover the full extent of marine science and ocean technology    The first edition of Oceanology International North America (OINA), established from the well-known OI event in London, will make an impact within the ocean science and technology industrie

  • of abstracts of the papers is Feb. 11, 1983. The theme of Oceans '83, "Effective Use of the Sea — An Update," underscores the objectives of marine science and technology to explore, conquer, develop, and utilize ocean resources for the benefit of mankind. The goal of the conference will be to identify cu

  • to the fleet quickly. This was done in conjunction with Borders and Maritime Security (BMD), a division of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate, and has placed a renewed emphasis on partnership engagement.   The joint effort with DHS, S&T and BMD is officially

  • Nor-Fishing '86, the 11th International Fishery Fair to be held in Trondheim, Norway, August 11-16, has been fully booked, with the Nidaro Exhibition Hall filled to its maximum capacity, despite a space increase of 30 percent over 1984. Thus, this year's Nor-Fishing exhibition will be the biggest

  • . Joaquin Hernandez-Brito Number of Employees:35 The Oceanic Platform of the Canary Islands -PLOCAN- is a public consortium facility engaged to promote science and technology developments in the marine and maritime sectors through a cost-effective and sustainable multipurpose services combination as ocean

  • Imperial, leading manufacturer of survival suits and equipment, has moved its manufacturing and administrative offices from Bremerton, Wash., to the South Amboy, N.J., headquarters of its parent company, Parkway Fabricators, Inc. Parkway, a Great American Industries Company, purchased Imperial 16

  • construction for the U.S. Navy, where he retired as commander. Mr. Shakshober came to UPSCO in 1980 from Sun Ship, where he was manager of the hull sciences department of corporate science and technology. Previously, he spent 13 years at Newport News Shipbuilding

  • MT Oct-18#3rd Cover SMART
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    SMART SUBSEA SOLUTIONS S2C TECHNOLOGY: COMMUNICATION AND TRACKING COMBINED - time, space and cost - saving solutions - low power consumption for autonomous operations - advanced data delivery algorithms, addressing and networking, remotely con? gurable settings - extendable platform with multiple con?

  • MT Oct-18#64 Index page MTR October18:MTR Layouts  9/28/2018  2:47 PM)
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    Index page MTR October18:MTR Layouts 9/28/2018 2:47 PM Page 1 Advertiser Index PageCompany Website Phone# 35 . . . . .Blueprint Subsea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.blueprintsubsea.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .+44 (0) 1539 531536 62 . . . . .BlueTech Week/The

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    PRODUCT, PROFESSIONAL, VESSELS, MTR BARGES & REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Marketplace F For over 30 years, All American Marine h has been at the leading edge of aluminum v vessel design and manufacturing. From d dinner cruise vessels to passenger ferries, w we utilize cutting-edge technology in c catamaran

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    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 62

    November 5-9, 2018 - San Diego, California “United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals – Industry Solutions” th The 10 annual BlueTech Week is a value-added networking conference for executives and R?FLDOVUHSUHVHQWLQJDFDGHPLDJRYHUQPHQWDQGLQGXVWU\IURPDURXQGWKHZRUOGZKRDUH looking for collaborative

  • MT Oct-18#61 ASV Delivered for  Riptide Establishes 
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    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 61

    ASV Delivered for Riptide Establishes Post-hurricane Survey Canadian Subsidiary A new autonomous surface vehicle U.S.-based autonomous undersea ve- (ASV) has been delivered to the U.S. hicle (AUV) manufacturer Riptide Au- Army Corp of Engineers for rapid tonomous Solutions announced its ? rst post-hurr

  • MT Oct-18#60 People & Company News
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    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 60

    People & Company News Santoro Blades Unique Group Acquires Water Weights Alan Milne, MD, Water Weights; with Graham Brading, Group Director - Buoyancy & Ballast at Enpro Danos Unique Group Unique Group. well as other applications for the unique has a duration of three years plus four Hydra and the

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    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    People & Company News Rahmatullah Haatvedt Smith Chicott UTEC UTEC Neptune Neptune senior appointments based in London. Smith Named Head of UTEC Ashtead Appoints Steele Paul Smith has been appointed group Gro Gunleiksrud Haatvedt is joining Global subsea equipment specialist managing director at off-

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    CALLING ALL OCEAN TECHNOLOGY SUPPLIERS ct you with Oceanology International will connect you with EXPECTED AT Oi Americas 2019 e Americas 2,750 buyers and infuencers from the Americas looking for innovative solutions to improve strategies for exploring, rovestrategiesforexploring, 2,750 monitoring

  • MT Oct-18#56 New Tech
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    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 56

    New Tech Teledyne Gavia: ASW Training Target Module Improved DVL Bottom-tracking MEMS Gyro Surveying Service ing sizes and speeds for cost effective ing system interprets data from both Fugro Launches RAMMS Fugro introduced a new bathymetric and reusable ASW training applications. conventional marine

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    Castrol Control Fluid MassaSonic QPS’ Qimera 1.7.2 Processed Points ? le formats. SVPs can be enabled and disabled as desired. The Watts using up to a 30% duty cycle, now be exported as ASCII, Caris, and processing is not complicated and leads or 200 Watts maximum for continuous Hypack formats.

  • MT Oct-18#54 New Tech
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    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 54

    New Tech HIPS and SIPS 11.0 Kongsberg’s Mapping Cloud Chesapeake’s SonarWiz 7.2 Chesapeake’s SonarWiz 7.2 Kongsberg’s Mapping Cloud HIPS and SIPS 11.0 Chesapeake Technology released So- Kongsberg has unveiled its new data Teledyne CARIS released HIPS and narWiz 7.2 in August 2018. The update handling

  • MT Oct-18#52  research in the  foot science van for specialized science)
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    Vessels OSU Names New RV sel will be 199 feet long with a range general oceanographic research in the foot science van for specialized science of approximately 7,000 nautical miles. Chesapeake Bay and the mid-Atlantic missions. The new research vessel will It will have berths for 16 scientists and

  • MT Oct-18#51 , students and crew,  Sciences, which is housed at)
    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 51

    accommodate 55 people, including miles. UConn’s Department of Marine design, shipyard selection, construction research personnel, students and crew, Sciences, which is housed at Avery and transition to operations phases for as in 38 cabins and is out? tted with the Point, has 55 undergraduate majors

  • MT Oct-18#47 All Photos Courtesy The Maritime Alliance, photo by Ron)
    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 47

    All Photos Courtesy The Maritime Alliance, photo by Ron Estevez Blue Tech Week brings global leaders in the subsea space to San Diego for a week of confer- ences, demonstrations, meet- ings and social networking. www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 47 MTR #8 (34-49).indd 47 MTR

  • MT Oct-18#45 Another interesting feature was a cyclonic-like 
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    Another interesting feature was a cyclonic-like structure observed at the margin of the Northern current, which results from current instabilities. Such structures of few kilometers and short du- ration are hardly detectable from other means (e.g. ship, satellite) and almost impossible to forecast with

  • MT Oct-18#41 ?  ngerprinting and multiple hydrophones 
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    ? ngerprinting and multiple hydrophones to gain directionality alongside real time PAM processing capabilities.” The ? rm is already deploying single Smooth, Easy gliders ? tted with multiple hydrophones, to aid in understanding the directional- Ship Repairs ity of acoustic signals to be ascertained.

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    be supported “Combining PAM and using a Doppler velocity log (DVL) and magnetometers. Working with Canada-based JASCO geochemical sensing Applied Sciences, Blue Ocean has been doing passive acoustic monitor- ing (PAM) projects to aid environmental into single surveys will and anthropogenic monitoring

  • MT Oct-18#36 “T  e principal objective for the development of our next)
    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 36

    “T e principal objective for the development of our next generation ocean bottom node technology has been to deliver a smaller, lower cost node which delivers the highest quality seismic data while allowing for wider adoption by the industry.” – Stephan Midenet, CEO of Seabed Geosolutions employed.

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    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 34

    A view of the versatile arrangement on the Hugin Explorer - Seabed Geosolutions’ node handling and source vessel. MANTA OBN costs to the point that they are very comparable with wide azi- “The principal objective for the development of our next muth (WAZ) towed streamer costs. “Taking into account the

  • MT Oct-18#32 OCEAN BOTTOM SEISMIC (OBS) TECHNOLOGY
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    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 32

    OCEAN BOTTOM SEISMIC (OBS) TECHNOLOGY T e acquisition of seismic data using OBS technology has been around for academic applications nodes placed on the sea f oor, Ocean since before World War II. The ? rst use of the technology by the oil industry was in the late 1990s when OBS units were Bottom

  • MT Oct-18#29 some theoretical expectations. Rather,  have come from)
    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 29

    some theoretical expectations. Rather, have come from researchers using com- moored arrays must collect sustained the distribution of the current ? eld is puter models and satellite-based obser- time series. Their instrumentation and now broader—attributed to enhanced vations. And drifters, gliders

  • MT Oct-18#18  ? gures in deep ocean science 
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    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 18

    has assembled an advisory board of some immediate capital. They will be operated and maintained by of the world’s most preeminent ? gures in deep ocean science Rainbow? sh employees. and technology, including Bathyscaph Trieste pilot #1 Dr. Don Rainbow? sh has also embarked on design and construction

  • MT Oct-18#16  model HSS  studying deep-sea science and technology. The second)
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    to ac- “The ? rst is de? nitely the scientists who are interested in cepted international standards. Likewise, scale model HSS studying deep-sea science and technology. The second group spheres, made in Finland and China, have been tested to de- is offshore marine geophysical resource companies, such