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  • VideoRay announced that the Cygnus Instruments Mini ROV Thickness Gauge has been specially designed for mounting on the 8-lb. VideoRay Pro ROV. Proven inside the USS Arizona battleship, the gauge is less expensive than the cost of diving excursions to measure thickness underwater and is especially useful for potable water tank inspections.

    The gauge uses a technique known as Multiple Echo, which allows metal thickness measurements to be taken without first removing coatings. The unit is pressure tested to 500 meters.

    Dedicated software displays the time, date and thickness readings on the surface, and all readings can be stored.

    Jon Sharland, Sales and Marketing Manager of Cygnus Instruments, commented, "The gauge is based on the larger ROV mountable unit which has already been proven many times in the harsh conditions of the underwater and offshore industries worldwide. We welcomed the opportunity to work closely with VideoRay to develop a dedicated unit that mounts onto the VideoRay Pro.

    Together, we can target applications, such as inside pipelines, that have previously been unfeasible using divers or large ROVs." The Cygnus gauge was used on a VideoRay during a survey of the USS Arizona battleship, which sunk at the start of WWII in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

    During explorations by the National Park Service Submerged Cultural Resources Unit, the Cygnus gauge aboard a VideoRay traveled up to 150 feet inside the ship to test a wall for structural support and determine levels of deterioration to structural members.

    VideoRay ROVs are used for underwater security and surveillance, search and rescue missions, wreck explorations, scientific research, and inspections of dams, culverts, piers, and other submerged structures.

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  • (MIT). Upon graduation, Liu joined ABS as Robert Kramek a Surveyor. In the early 1970s he was selected to represent ABS at the University of Arizona to work on a joint ABS, Chevron Shipping and University of Arizona research project to develop computer software to analyze very large tanker

  • , LIDAR, etc. From the small I-980 (0.98 meters) to the I-1650 (1.65m) and the H-1750 Catamaran (1.75m) which was used for the multibeam survey of the USS Arizona and USS Utah in Pearl Harbor. Three standard ROV product lines/classes. Additionally, special projects like Hydro Quebec’s hydroelectric survey system

  • GNSS applications. Hemisphere GNSS is a North American subsidiary of Beijing UniStrong Science & Technology Co. Ltd. and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona with a product development, sales, and marketing facility in Calgary, Alberta. (As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies

  • . He took his undergraduate degree in f o r e i g n a f f a i r s from George Washington University and his law degree from the University of Arizona

  • of the Maine Class of ships whose flagship is the S/S Maine, launched at BIW in 1975. Since then, the shipyard has launched and delivered sisterships Arizona and Nevada. Speakers at the ceremonies were U.S. Representative David F. Emery (Maine), and John F. Sullivan, president of BIW. The invocation

  • Manufacturing Company of Phoenix, Ariz., and Torrance, Calif., has received two contracts for a total in excess of $1,600,000. AiResearch of Arizona will design, develop, test and manufacture the shipservice power units, and air start compressors for the production program will be provided

  • Sr., who was the senior Naval officer present afloat during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Admiral Kidd died on the bridge of his flagship USS Arizona during the attack, and was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his bravery in action

  • developed over the past several years will be discussed. Paper 9—"Approximation Theory Techniques for Curve and Surface Description," by G. Nielson, Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz., and J. Wixon, General Motors, Warren, Mich. SYNOPSIS — The paper will discuss curve or lines creation followed by

  • 684 feet in length with a 102- foot beam, was named the S/S Nevada. It will be the sistership to the Maine, which was delivered in April, and the Arizona. These ro/ro vessels will be operated on trans-Pacific trade routes and were designed to provide the maximum in cargo-carrying flexibility. When

  • , so does the demand for equipment capable of remotely monitoring this inhospitable and underexplored ecosystem. For this purpose, scientists at the Arizona State University have developed Sensorbots - a potentially transformative technology that promise to mark the beginning of a new era in ocean sensing

  • of approximately 800,000 barrels of oil per day. BP is also the leading gasoline retailer in the five western states of Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona and Nevada. The company has more than 1,700 ARCO retail outlets

  • MT Jun-19#52  
Space Inc; Steven Saul of Arizona State University and)
    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    bin Sul- tan Living Oceans Foundation; Sam Purkis Arthur Gleason of the UM Rosenstiel School; Charlotte Purkis of Sea from Space Inc; Steven Saul of Arizona State University and Jer- All images photo credit: Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation emy M. Kerr of Nova Southeastern University. June 2019 52

  • MN May-19#56  emphasized the association’s  Arizona University in Flagstaff)
    May 2019 - Marine News page: 56

    mari- AWO celebrates its 75th Anniversary, ness Administration from Northern time and port industries. Eulogizing Merritt emphasized the association’s Arizona University in Flagstaff, and a the life of Mr. Cernak, Nagle said, many accomplishments from 2018. BS in Marine Transportation from the in part

  • MN Aug-18#87 , with destructive and 
Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan)
    August 2018 - Marine News page: 87

    and sling testing and evalua- 45-year-old Superior operates from additional facilities in tion, rigging, and custom fabrication, with destructive and Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan and Nebraska, USA; non-destructive testing up to 1,300,000 pounds. Alberta and New Brunswick, Canada; and three locations

  • MP Q3-17#21  from the University of Arizona and a master’s 
strategic)
    Sep/Oct 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 21

    sector practice. She earned a bachelor’s degree in teams in complex organizations to the role, and emphasizes political science from the University of Arizona and a master’s strategic focus, collaborative partnerships and bold action. degree in public administration from the University of South- Prior to

  • MR Oct-17#12  focus on the less  erty in Arizona, that doesn’t also mean)
    October 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    prop- ernor, Ricardo Rosselló and after an outcry because their own vessels are already at the while most stakeholders focus on the less erty in Arizona, that doesn’t also mean that from Congress about the scarcity of fuel, docks doing just that in the commonwealth. than 300 deep draft, blue water

  • MR Nov-16#26  high temperatures of the Arizona, 
responsible for catapulting)
    November 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 26

    that ingly encountered maintenance problems, mainly lessons learned during the tough times are in part due the extreme high temperatures of the Arizona, responsible for catapulting his business fortunes Nevada and California deserts. Through adversity forward faster. a solution, and eventually

  • MN Dec-15#40 , a manufacturing facility in Arizona is also planned. territory)
    December 2015 - Marine News page: 40

    are currently built in the UK, but addressing Jones Act Based on a previous hull design, it is crossing into new issues, a manufacturing facility in Arizona is also planned. territory in Naval Architecture, geared for offshore Vessel board and seizure and insertion/extraction missions from THE GOBBLER MOOSE

  • MT Oct-15#49  from component tech- Arizona and USS Utah in Pearl)
    October 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 49

    ? c Catamaran (1.75m) which was used requirements. Tailor-made solutions for the multibeam survey of the USS are engineered from component tech- Arizona and USS Utah in Pearl Har- nologies, which have been proven in bor. Three standard ROV product lines/ various industry applications. The classes

  • MT Oct-15#48  USV Mission: 
Survey USS Arizona and USS Utah
Deep Ocean)
    October 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 48

    ROV Technology Interview Case Study H-1750 USV Mission: Survey USS Arizona and USS Utah Deep Ocean Engineering Inc.’s Unmanned Surface Vehicle, H-1750, was selected to survey the historic USS Arizona and the USS Utah at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Deep Ocean Engineering participated in the ? rst comprehen- sive

  • MN Oct-15#50  manufacturing facility in Arizona. An ambitious target)
    October 2015 - Marine News page: 50

    on and addressing Jones Act issues unique to U.S. waters, at a board heating system. In cold weather, Arctic and Antarc- manufacturing facility in Arizona. An ambitious target of tic operations, this helps the ? ow of recovered oil through producing as many as 500 Gobblers annually per factory the

  • MN Aug-15#58  Havasu, with ports of call in Arizona and  mechanic shops,)
    August 2015 - Marine News page: 58

    equipped with two 1,250-ton marine railways, a 700-foot steel bulk-headed side-launch facility, pipe and ferry on Lake Havasu, with ports of call in Arizona and mechanic shops, a warehouse, a paint building and a cor- California. And in 2011, Kvichak delivered

  • MR Jul-15-78#22  in southern Califor-
nia and Arizona, and will be lo-
cated)
    July 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 22

    re- gional manager, headquartered at San Francisco, Calif. Mr. Pene- well will be responsible for diesel engine sales in southern Califor- nia and Arizona, and will be lo- cated in the firm's Los Angeles office. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, White- water, with a degree in manage- men

  • MR Sep-15-78#18  
$1,600,000. AiResearch of Arizona 
will design, develop)
    September 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    Manufacturing Company of Phoenix, Ariz., and Torrance, Calif., has received two contracts for a total in excess of $1,600,000. AiResearch of Arizona will design, develop, test and man- ufacture the shipservice power units, and air start compressors for the production program will be provided

  • MR Sep-15-78#12  
$1,600,000. AiResearch of Arizona 
will design, develop)
    September 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    under construction. The ships, of the Pegasus class and based upon prototype built contracts for a total in excess of $1,600,000. AiResearch of Arizona will design, develop, test and man- ufacture the shipservice power units, and air start compressors gral part of the overall control system

  • MR Jan-15-81#35  for southern California, 
Arizona, and Nevada. Ten years)
    January 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 35

    as a sales engineer in their heating and air- conditioning division. In 1969, he became Westinghouse territorial manager for southern California, Arizona, and Nevada. Ten years after joining Westinghouse, he was promoted to manager of cus- tomer service at the division headquarters in Norma,

  • MR Jul-15-81#8  bridge of his flagship USS 
Arizona during the attack, and)
    July 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    , who was the senior Naval officer present afloat during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Admiral Kidd died on the bridge of his flagship USS Arizona during the attack, and was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his bravery in action. American Dredging Wins New Orleans

  • MR Mar-14#36 , Ariz.] is the University of Arizona’s swimming 
pool.” )
    March 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    afar “I note that this [nomination] is somewhat ironic, since the largest body of water in the Admiral’s hometown [Tuscon, Ariz.] is the University of Arizona’s swimming pool.” Sen. JOHN McCAIN (R), Ariz., while introducing Allen at a his March 2006 nomination hearing for the post of Coast Guard Commandant

  • MR Nov-83#76  94066 
Tel: 415 877-7479 
Arizona, Nevada, California,)
    November 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 76

    Mexico. Commanding Officer Western Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command P.O. Box 727 San Bruno, California 94066 Tel: 415 877-7479 Arizona, Nevada, California, Utah, Washington, Ore- gon, Idaho. Montana, Alaska, and Aleutians. Officer in Charge of Construction NFEC Contracts, Mediterannea

  • MR Dec-87#31  Company of 
Tucson, Arizona, recently an-
nounced)
    December 1987 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    Interceptor (USCG) . — — 1 Modification New U.S. Navy Catalog Available From Marine Instrument Company Marine Instrument Company of Tucson, Arizona, recently an- nounced the availability of their new U.S. Navy catalog. The publication contains a full listing of all types of compasses, bin- nacl

  • MR Apr-92#81  82 
P.O. Box 986, Sonoita, Arizona 85637 
Phone: 602-455-5339)
    April 1992 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 81

    a fax. Please let us hear from you! FAST • SAFE • CONVENIENT MINERALS RESEARCH & RECOVERY, INC. La Pradera, Highway 82 P.O. Box 986, Sonoita, Arizona 85637 Phone: 602-455-5339 • Fax: 602-455-5364 Circle 319 on Reader Service Card Original Norwegian Poly form Floats * • • Markers/Buoys

  • MR Apr-00#25  Park Historian at the 
USS ARIZONA Memorial, provided the)
    April 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 25

    . The log of the Hele- na was very specific about the time she was struck by a torpedo at 0758 hours. Dan Martinez, the Park Historian at the USS ARIZONA Memorial, provided the time of the torpedo strike on the HELE- NA. History documented the first wave of torpedo bombers attacking Battleship

  • MR Apr-00#21  Park 
service of the USS Arizona (BB38) 
memorial, Daniel)
    April 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 21

    perhaps was one of the most important combat photos of its time. Presence of a Submarine In 1994, Historian and National Park service of the USS Arizona (BB38) memorial, Daniel Martinez and noted historian and journalist, Burl Burling- ham, suggested that the combat photos contained an image

  • MR Dec-00#63  Caron Drive, Paradise Valley, Arizona. 85253-1977 
Ph: 480-596-0567)
    December 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 63

    , Arbitration & ADR Services John T. Jozwick, B.S.O.E., M.B.A., J.D. Attorney At Law, Mediator and Arbitrator 7152 East Caron Drive, Paradise Valley, Arizona. 85253-1977 Ph: 480-596-0567 - Fax: 480-596-0568 - E-mail: JohnTJ@aol.com John J. McMullen Associates, Inc. An Employee Owned Company GJt

  • MR Jan-01#71  Caron Drive, Paradise Valley, Arizona, 85253-1977 
Ph: 480-596-0567)
    January 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 71

    , Arbitration & ADR Services John T. Jozwick, B.S.O.E., M.B.A., J.D. Attorney At Law, Mediator and Arbitrator 7152 East Caron Drive, Paradise Valley, Arizona, 85253-1977 Ph: 480-596-0567 - Fax: 480-596-0568 - E-mail: JohnTJ@aol .com John J. McMullen Associates, Inc. An Employee Owned Company Naval