Home | Contact ST  
Follow ST



Contracts

2016:  JAN | FEB | MARCH | APRIL | MAY | JUNE | JULY | AUG
2015:  JAN | FEB | MARCH | APRIL | MAY | JUNE | JULY | AUG | SEPT | OCT | NOV | DEC


August 2016 Issue

Seamagine Hydrospace Corp., Claremont, California, has agreed to provide a manned submarine for civil applications in South America. The submarine is full ABS A1 classed and will be used for search and recovery tasks and scientific purposes in cooperation with national and international research institutes and universities. Prefectura Naval Argentina.

MacArtney, Benelux, Rotterdam, Netherlands, has formed a partnership and supplied the CORMAC M4C to use with the dotOcean DensX sediment density profiler. The winch is portable, dependable and versatile, capable of handling multiple marine applications and tasks. dotOcean.

Forum Energy Technologies Inc., Houston, Texas, has received an order to supply three ROVs for a multipurpose ice-class vessel. The order includes two Perry XLX 200-horsepower, 4,000-m work-class ROV systems and one Sub-Atlantic Comanche 3,000-m observation-class ROV. New Orient Marine Pte. Ltd.

Tritech International Ltd., Aberdeen, Scotland, has supplied its Gemini 620pd multibeam profiling sonar to enhance the rental pool. Gemini is a high-resolution multibeam echosounder with an effective angular resolution of 0.5°, offering a fast update rate of up to 50 Hz. Unique Group.

Teledyne Gavia, Kópavogur, Iceland, has agreed to provide two Gavia AUVs. The 1,000-m-rated AUVs will be utilized for search and recovery applications and provide a highly effective deepwater, rapid response capability. STM.

exactEarth, Cambridge, Canada, has formed a partnership to focus on building and delivering next-generation services and data sets. This includes exactShipDB, utilizing the vesseltracker ship database, port information, event history and vessel movement prediction. Genscape.

GE Marine Solutions, Fairfield, Connecticut, has partnered for the challenging offshore project of Heerema’s semisubmersible crane vessel. At 220-m long and 102-m wide, it will be the world’s largest crane vessel. Sembcorp Marine.

International Submarine Engineering Ltd., Port Coquitlam, Canada, has signed a contract to build a 5,000-m-depth Explorer-class AUV. It will be used by the Antarctic Gateway Partnership to build further polar research capability in Tasmania. University of Tasmania, Australian Research Council.

Saab Seaeye, Fareham, England, has agreed to provide a Leopard ROV as a key resource for a deep-sea research center. The ROV will serve the entire marine research community in Israel, called the Mediterranean-Sea Research Center of Israel. University of Haifa.

Sound & Sea Technology Inc., Lynnwood, Washington, was awarded a $15 million contract to integrate and install an underwater cable system in support of the Seismo-Hydroacoustic Data Acquisition System. This will include shore landing. U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center.

Sonardyne, Yateley, England, has agreed to provide its sixth-generation acoustic positioning transponders, adding functionality that makes the equipment suitable for a wide range of subsea autonomous monitoring tasks. Saipem.

Metal Shark, Jeanerette, Louisiana, has been selected to build 26-m, 149-passenger aluminum high-speed ferries for New York City’s citywide ferry service. HNY Ferry Fleet LLC.

Simrad, Horten, Norway, has agreed to provide state-of-the-art technology for new ferries’ safe navigation daily. Bridge equipment, including an NSO Evo2 quad-core marine processor, a 4G broadband radar with beam sharpening and target separation, an autopilot AP28 and MO16T widescreen monitors, will be provided. Manly Ferries.

Ocean Signal, Margate, England, has agreed to a partnership to collaborate on product development for the large commercial vessel sector. New products will be launched later this year primarily for commercial vessels of 3,000-gt or more. AMI Marine.



2016:  JAN | FEB | MARCH | APRIL | MAY | JUNE | JULY | AUG
2015:  JAN | FEB | MARCH | APRIL | MAY | JUNE | JULY | AUG | SEPT | OCT | NOV | DEC

-back to top-

Sea Technology is read worldwide in more than 110 countries by management, engineers, scientists and technical personnel working in industry, government and educational research institutions. Readers are involved with oceanographic research, fisheries management, offshore oil and gas exploration and production, undersea defense including antisubmarine warfare, ocean mining and commercial diving.