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October 2016 Issue

Chelsea Technologies Group, Surrey, England, has been chosen to assist in real-time assessment of algae levels in water sources feeding into a number of water treatment works. They will use ALGAE-Wader Pro and ALGAE-Station Pro as monitoring systems. United Utilities.

MMT, Västra Frölunda, Sweden, has been awarded a contract for archaeological and geological scientific surveys at the Black Sea. The project will consist of detailed seabed mapping, inspections and geotechnical sampling. Black Sea MAP.

Kelvin Hughes, Enfield, England, has been awarded the contract for the second phase of a radar system installation in southern France. This phase will have identical models of the SBS-700 radar systems installed and commissioned at the port. Port of Marseille Fos.

FMC Technologies, Houston, Texas, has signed a contract to provide two new ROVs from their Schilling Robotics business line. These ROVs will be utilized for inspection, maintenance and repair operations in eastern Canada. DOF Subsea.

exactEarth Ltd., Cambridge, Canada, has been selected for the provision of satellite AIS data services. It will enable Ghana to acquire technology necessary to monitor its coastlines and deter illegal fishing. Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development (Government of Ghana).

Fugro, Portsmouth, England, has been appointed for the provision of environmental advisory services that will enable execution of cable installation projects. Nexans Norway AS.

James Fisher Marine Services, Barrow-in-Furness, England, will provide their Mermaid system license for the strategic planning of offshore wind farm operations. Mermaid accurately simulates marine operations against historical weather and tidal data to enhance decision making in the early planning stages to support cost savings. Vattenfall.

MacArtney, Esbjerg, Denmark, has delivered its dotOcean GraviProbe to help analyze underwater sediment layers during intrusion. It is also able to distinguish depth of the fluid mud and consolidated mud layers. U.S. Survey Equipment Services (SES).

Corvus Energy, Richmond, Canada, will integrate their new Orca ESS with a marine power test facility and customer data center. The center integrates supplier technologies for merchant, naval and offshore applications. General Electric.

Jotron AS, Tjodalyng, Norway, has secured two contracts for delivery of telephone communication and public address systems to 18 new module carrier vessels. These new vessels will be built in Romania and Vietnam and operated in the Caspian Sea and in Russian waterways. Vard Electro AS.

AXYS Technologies, Sidney, Canada, has selected an equipment leasing partner for TRIAXYS wave and current buoys, which use a rugged, solid-state wave sensor and feature dual primary telemetry with two-way communication for easy remote diagnostics and configuration changes. GSE Rentals.

Maritime Robotics, Trondheim, Norway, has agreed to a business and technology partnership. The company is now authorized to sell Wave Gliders and associated mission and integration services to customers throughout the Nordic countries of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. Liquid Robotics.

Wärtsilä Corp., Helsinki, Finland, has been chosen as the main engine provider for a new fishing vessel. They will also provide the complete propulsion system comprising a two-speed gearbox, controllable pitch propellers, nozzle, the propulsion control system and the shaft generator. Kastensen Shipyard.

Kongberg Maritime, Kongsberg, Norway, has signed a partnership agreement based on delivery of components on variable frequency drives systems for offshore and maritime vessels. This partnership will provide a wider scope of supply to its owner and yard customers through the development of K-Power products. Siemens.

Tekomar, Winterthur, Switzerland, has entered into a partnership to improve data exchange and integration between respective performance systems. The agreement will see XPERT engine performance expert system integrated into ECO. DNV GL.

Ashtead Technology, Aberdeen, Scotland, has secured a deal to provide the latest generation of video processing systems for worldwide offshore contruction operations. The agreement will see five SubC imaging DVRO systems supplied to record multiple video channels simultaneously. Van Oord.

Subsea Industries, Antwerp, Belguim, has been selected for their nontoxic Ecospeed hull coating for a second environmentally safe cargo ship newbuild that will join Eeva VG, which was delivered in September. VG-Shipping.

Yara Marine Technologies, Oslo, Norway, has successfully delivered a combined SOx and NOx abatement installation for two LPG carriers, Yara Kara and Yara Nauma. Both ships have been squipped with SOx scrubbers and SCRs. Hyundai Heavy Industries.

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