(Photo: Greg Trauthwein) This week Teledyne Marine is holding its Technology Workshop at the Catamaran Resort in San Diego, an event which attracted 270 registrants from around the world to southern California
Margaret Leinen, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, with Marine Technology TV in San Diego. (Photo: Eric Haun) At the Ocean Business exhibition in Southampton, Marine Technology Reporter's "Marine Technology
Marine Technology TV interviews Margaret Leinen of Scripps Institution of Oceanography. (Photo: Eric Haun) At the Ocean Business exhibition in Southampton, Marine Technology Reporter's "Marine Technology
http://digitalmagazines.marinelink.com/nwm/MarineTechnology/201703/ The March 2017 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is available, and I'm really pleased to present the work of Ben Kinnaman and his Greensea Systems team.
At Oceanology International North America in San Diego, the Marine Technology TV 'crew' set up short for the week in the Marine Technology Reporter booth and recorded more than a dozen topical interviews with leading industry executives and leaders.
The application for the 2017 MTR100 is now open to any and all companies serving the global subsea sector, available at: http://mtr100.marinetechnologynews.com/ This is the 12th ANNUAL MTR100,
Marine Technology Reporter debuts its "Marine Technology TV" brand in San Diego. In San Diego @ Oceanology North America, the world's leading magazine to the subsea sector -- Marine Technology Reporter with a global circulation of more than 25,
I am happy to report that the application for the 2016 MTR100 is now open to any and all companies serving the global subsea sector, available at: http://mtr100.marinetechnologynews.com/. MTR100
Offshore communication requirements have greatly increased in the last decade, with the market focusing on bandwidth and availability. Ceragon Networks (formerly Nera Networks) was a key player when
Heavy Weather Deployment The main purpose of the heavy weather launch and recovery system is to stabilize and centralize the WCROV (Work Class ROV) and Tether Management System (TMS) with a device
ROV system are vital to oil and gap E&P beyond saturation diving maximum depths. Full saturation diving has been conducted to depths of nearly 600 meters (2,000 feet). Beyond this depth ROVs are