The appointment of John G.
Rogers as manager, facility services, in Bethlehem Steel Corporation's shipbuilding department was announced recently by David H. Klinges, vice president in charge of shipbuilding.
Mr. Rogers is advancing from planning engineer. In his new capacity, Mr. Rogers will be responsible for all matters concerning facilities for the shipbuilding department.
Mr. Rogers was graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology in 1938 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He joined Bethlehem Steel in 1942 at its former Staten Island Yard, and later that year was assigned to shipbuilding headquarters in New York City as an engineer in facilities engineering.
In 1944, he was assigned to the Hoboken (N.J.) yard as plant engineer, and four years later returned to shipbuilding headquarters as assistant to construction engineer. In 1969, Mr. Rogers was promoted to planning engineer in facilities engineering.
On January 17, 1977, in the main lounge of The Whitehall Club, New York, N.Y., The Geo. W. Rogers Construction Corporation, represented by George B. White, its president, and F. Rogers Ketcham, vice president and nephew of the late George W. Rogers, presented to The Whitehall Club a special edition
Daniel R. Rogers has been appointed marketing manager for the marine division of Zidell Explorations, Inc., Portland, Ore. Thomas A. Sherwood, division manager, said Mr. Rogers brings to the newly created position more than 24 years of experience in the marine industry, primarily in sales and
A.G. Giudice, executive vice president, Drew Chemical Corporation, New York, N.Y., a subsidiary of United States Filter Corporation, has announced the appointment of John A.D. Rogers as managing director of Drew's new subsidiary, Arnock Chemical & Engineering Services, Pty., Ltd., Cape Town, South
The acquisition of Steadfast Marine, Inc., was recently announced by Oceaneering International, Inc. of Houston, Texas. Steadfast Marine is headquartered in Falls Church, Va., in the Washington, D.C., area, and specializes in marine search and recovery, accident investigation, towing, and navigation.
two 142-inchdiameter, 5-bladed stainless steel main propellers. A Flume passive stabilization system is installed to improve the vessel's stability. JUSTIN T. ROGERS St. Louis Ship The river towboat Justin T. Rogers, built by the St. Louis Ship Division of Pott Industries for Midland Affiliated Company
Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company recently announced a major internal reorganization designed to position the company's marketing, contract administration, and customer service capabilities in line with current market conditions and future demands. Details of the reorganization were announced by
Federal Barge Lines, Inc., St. Louis, has announced the following promotions and management changes: John F. Lynch, president and chief executive officer; Thomas F. Maloney, senior vice president-sales; Robert A. Labdon, senior vice president-operations ; and Richard D. Rogers, vice presidentengineering
National Supply Company, 1455 West Loop South, Houston, Texas 77027, major oil-field equipment manufacturer, announces that it has consolidated its domestic and international marketing effort for drilling equipment into a single worldwide organization under its National Drilling Equipment operation.
Maine Maritime Academy at Castine has been awarded a grant of $16,000 by the Henri Kummerman Foundation. Set up in 1977 by the president of the International MacGregor Organization, worldrenowned designers and supplier of marine cargo access equipment, the Henri Kummerman Foundation has the express
The Service Company of Louis Rogers, Inc. (SCLR), a specialist in marine repair and maintenance services located in Port Canaveral, Fla., has continued to maintain its workload with the addition of two more dockside availabilities. The first was the USCGC Vigilant (WMEC-617) with a base value of $95
in three staterooms, and the vessel is fitted with a spacious, fully equipped galley. The fifth vessel in the FOSTI contract, t h e towboat Justin- Lindsay, is the first boat to be built in Orange Shipbuilding's new construction shop. The building has two construction bays, each 220 feet
Murdock Stoichevski Chad has experience in mechanical Carlon Manley product design, manufacturing, and Ryan Carlon is responsible for Liquid Justin Manley is a technologist and testing for custom cable applications Robotics’, A Boeing Company, Global executive with experience in startups, ranging
offshore oil and gas industry. Make no mistake, the offshore business, a critical piece in the pace, direction and development of Contributing Writers Justin Manley, U.S. the subsea industry, is a far way off still from the halcyon days of 2013/14 when oil was Elaine Maslin, Aberdeen Tom Mulligan, Ireland tradi
DOLPHIN Enabling Technology for Acoustic Systems Justin Manley, Just Innovation Michael Murphree, QinetiQ North America Greg Folts, QinetiQ North America Figure 1: The basic concept of DOLPHIN Image: QinetiQ North America May 2019 MTR 20 MTR #4 (18-33).indd 20 4/25/2019 9:30:09 AM
. of experience in undersea systems Sonardyne. engineering, software and automation as well as his current work with acoustic Manley communications. Justin Manley is a technologist and May 2019 6 MTR MTR #4 (1-17).indd 6 4/25/2019 8:50:44 A
and keep pace with developments on other green Contributing Writers energy technologies, namely solar and wind. In the case of SurfWEC, the reference to Justin Manley, U.S. Elaine Maslin, Aberdeen “join ‘em” was not speaking to competition from other devices, rather to the waves and Tom Mulligan, Ireland the
a hydrothermal ? eld at 2,000m depth in the Gulf of California. Comms 20 Sound Off Inside Dolphin, enabling technology for acoustic systems. By Justin Manley, Just Innovation, Michael Murphree & Greg Folts, both with QinetiQ North America 26 Defense (On the Cover) Nekton Oxford Deep Ocean Research
COLUMN INLAND FINANCE the truck; to and from the railcar; to and from the barge. to allow greater amounts to be granted for ports, railways, They are where the gears of our nation’s freight transpor- and intermodal hubs. Speci? cally, the bill aims to amend tation system meet and mesh. Every river
BOATBUILDING What’s in Your Workboat ? Moose Boats rises to the challenge of building its biggest vessel ever. That’s an important step forward for this growing California shipyard. Equally impressive is what’s inside that rapidly developing hull and why those features were chosen. By Joseph Keefe he U.S.
Send in the Drones Drones for Coastal Environmental Management By Justin Manley nmanned aerial systems (UAS), commonly called technology in research- and monitoring-grade UAS, compile drones, have been making increasing impacts in examples of current use in this area, understand the limita- the maritime
Stoichevski istry). He obtained his Masters Degree in Casey Manley Industrial Chemistry from the University of Over a 30-year journalism career, Maura Justin Manley is a technologist and Limerick in 1988. Casey worked as an editor and opinion executive with experience in startups, writer for four newspapers
at the UK North Sea alone it is estimated that in the coming decade, more than $20 billion is forecast to be spend on decommission- Contributing Writers Justin Manley, U.S. ing offshore oil and gas facilities. For anyone still searching for ‘good news’ and revenue Elaine Maslin, Aberdeen offshore, look into
is moving into new realms of capability. By Shaun Dunn On the Cover 60 Deploy the Drones 54 Drones and coastal environmental management. By Justin Manley 4 Editor’s Note 6 Authors in this Edition 8 Trending 18 Insights: SatCom 20 Insights: Decommissioning 20 Insights: Environmental 65 Tech
Unmanned Maritime VechiclesUnmanned Maritime Vechicles 25 Years25 Years Hundreds of MilestonesHundreds of Milestones By Justin Manley As 2019 begins, the ocean tech community celebrates 50 velopments was the MIT Sea Grant Autonomous Underwa- years of Oceanology International, a global gathering and ter
in a second commemorative publication to be produced with the March 2020 edition of MTR and distribute at Oi London 2020, was par- Contributing Writers Justin Manley, U.S. ticularly instructive as it clearly demonstrates the leaps and bounds in this sector. Special Elaine Maslin, Aberdeen thanks goes out
boat Hydrocomp or a tanker. By Don MacPherson Unmanned Vehicles 26 25 Years of Milestones Key milestones in Unmanned Maritime Vehicles evolution. By Justin Manley Vehicles The Future is Now 34 Key industry leaders weigh in on the pace and direction of surface and subsea vehicle developments. By Greg
Work‘bots’ T e near-shore and inland workboat f eet is at the leading edge for autonomous vessel development t’s happening now. Out ahead Sea-Machines also partnered with More recently, towboat operator KO- While the advent of au- of the rulemaking process, au- Marine Spill Response Corporation TUG
on budget. “A tirement of Executive Director John Corporation. Molly Tucker and Col- new multi-mission vessel built by an Allen and the appointment of Justin by Weik were each chosen for their American Shipyard will not only cre- Thomas Russell to ? ll the role within academic excellence, high morale
90 maritime industry has a markedly improved environmental signature, but still needs protection. SCAA members are there to help, when they do. By Justin Thomas Russell Not long after Col. Edwin Drake of 1990 (OPA 90). This codi? ed set of rules regulates opera- struck the ? rst oil well in Titusville
.com Spill Response Capabilities: Impor- tant Then, Still Important Today SALES Vice President, Sales & Marketing By Justin Thomas Russell Rob Howard • firstname.lastname@example.org 68 MARINE EQUIPMENT Advertising Sales Managers National Sales Manager Humphree’s vessel Terry
Seafloor Crawlers New Robotic Tools for Challenging Missions BY JUSTIN E. MANLEY, JUST INNOVATION, INC. AND ARNIS MANGOLDS, C-2 INNOVATIONS, INC. Back to the sea a productive tool. This has changed. It is widely said that life started in the ocean, and gradually moved on to land. In the case of tracked
journalist, trial Chemistry from the University of based in Scotland, covering Manley Limerick in 1988. technologies, from well intervention Justin Manley is a technologist and and asset integrity to subsea robotics executive with experience in startup, and wave energy. public corporation, academic
. By Greg Trauthwein Vehicles 34 30 Sea? oor Crawlers New robotic tools tackle challenging missions – through surf zones and into the sea. By Justin E. Manley and Arnis Mangolds Defense 34 Unmanned Reach The defense sector looks to extend its capabilities with underwater robotics, autonomous
sions all over the world. Today, they work to create a connected Liquid Robotics ocean sharing data in real time between sensors, manned and unmanned systems. Providing ubiquitous access to data from Sunnyvale, CA anywhere in the ocean, at any time is their vision for the Digital www.liquid-robotics.
DIGITALIZATION & COMMUNICATION With digitalization technologies sweeping through maritime, Henrik Segercrantz, Maritime Reporter’s correspondent in Helsinki, explores latest developments in the quest to harness the power of 'big data.' HENRIK SEGERCRANTZ fuel consumption and waiting times at ports and