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A network of deepwater acoustic sensors that provides India’s coastal communities with an early warning of tsunami waves is being
Deadline for applications/nominations is August 14.
FAU Harbor Branch is hosting this film festival in Florida.
Capitol Hill Ocean Week (CHOW) will take place June 6 to 8 in Washington, D.C., and virtually. The conference will
Researchers from Kyushu University and Asahi Kasei Corp. have developed a new way to estimate the age of microplastics found
TrueOcean’s cloud-based Marine Data Platform (MDP) for optimizing offshore wind project development and operations globally has been upgraded to include
Airseas has successfully validated Seawing's traction flights on Louis Dreyfus Armateurs’ vessel Ville de Bordeaux. This demonstrates that the wind
The Seaeye Falcon DR
The Seaeye Falcon DR will be employed by Deep Sea Technology (DST), a commercial diving business based in Naples, Italy,
Seafarers need the right PPE to reduce safety risks on the job.
Dutch fuel cell manufacturer Nedstack and US power firm GE Power Conversion will extend their working partnership on the latter’s
For the first time in Australia, autonomous marine technology developers have a location to safely test autonomous vessels without needing
From Hawaii and the U.S. Pacific Remote Islands up to British Columbia and back, EV Nautilus will cover thousands of
Williams-Mystic Maritime Studies Program students Jessica Jiang and Ari Quasney have been awarded Crowley scholarships for their academic achievements. 
Hydromea, a Swiss-based autonomous underwater robotics company, has partnered with Unplugged, a Norwegian leader in inductive charging and data transfer
The awards look to recognize volunteer and professional maritime search and rescue (SAR) personnel from around the world. Nominations are
SevenCs has launched the S-100 Data Management System (SDMS), designed to help organizations better manage their S-57/ S-100 data sets
NOAA and Proteus Ocean Group have signed an agreement to use the “underwater space station of the ocean,” PROTEUS, to
ORPC, a marine renewable energy developer whose power systems harness the energy of free-flowing rivers and tides, has signed a
The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has made available its Environmental Studies Program (ESP) Hub, a new online
Pleuger has learned that Flowserve Corp. has been marketing itself as the manufacturer and source of Pleuger products, despite having
The Seychelles government has chosen the technology of Spanish company Satlink to digitally monitor the catches of its fishing fleet,
The OSIL Vibrocorer has been in use on the early works for the The River Thames Scheme; a $758 million
Undersea Defence Technology (UDT) begins today in Rostock, Germany, and runs through May 11. This is the largest global event
BAE Systems was awarded a contract by U.S. Naval Information Warfare Systems Command, San Diego, to engineer command, control, communications,
The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) has announced that Halliburton and Oil States International are the winners of the 2023
Holland Shipyards Group is undertaking a second hydrogen fuel retrofit
Future Proof Shipping’s Waal is in the final phase of its retrofit. The 110-m long Waal follows a pre-paved path
Ocean Census, the largest program in history to discover life in the ocean, has been launched, with an ambitious target
Mammoet was engaged to undertake turbine assembly and associated port-handling work for Equinor's Hywind Tampen.
The U.S. National Marine Sanctuary Foundation will honor Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Ariz.), Rep. Ed Case (D-Hawaii), Solomon Pili Kahoʻohalahala
Scientists have discovered three new hydrothermal vent fields over a 434-mi.-long stretch of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge during the first scientific
This tool makes potential conflicts easy to see, map and communicate, thanks to the U.S. Coast Guard’s vessel traffic data
Global OTEC Resources has received its first certificate of approval for the methodology of installation of a cold-water riser, for
EST-Floattech has launched the Octopus Series, an advanced modular battery management system developed to configure a variety of batteries.
CleanQuote Underwater Hull Cleaning
Danish company CleanQuote, part of the GateHouse Group, has created a digital platform for the booking of underwater hull cleaning
Deadline is May 12 for young artists to create a poster or a short animated video depicting a future where
Jason Goldsworthy has joined COAST as executive director to continue to build its reputation and international capability as Pacific Canada’s
Guidelines for Wind-Assisted Propulsion Systems for Ships (Edition 2.0)
ClassNK has released “Guidelines for Wind-Assisted Propulsion Systems for Ships (Edition 2.0)”, which specifies requirements for ensuring the safety of
Using 4G/5G networks, CGConnect links any uncrewed vehicle to Cloud Ground Control’s cloud-based drone fleet management platform, enabling livestreaming, command
EXAIL unveils the Rovins 9 DVL
Exail, a global leader in high-performance subsea inertial navigation systems (INS), has launched a new all-in-one system that combines the
NOAA’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary seeks applicants for 10 primary and 11 alternate seats on its advisory council. Deadline
Star Bulk and Eagle Bulk, two of the largest dry bulk carriers in the world, will use Sofar Ocean's Wayfinder
TOPODRONE and RASA Surveying are partnering to advance airborne survey approaches and meet coastal management and monitoring demands in the
NOIA will be joined by leading, nationally known experts to speak on key topics affecting the offshore energy industry.
Charles River Analytics has received a $1.8 million contract to classify and identify ships and other vessels at sea.
A webinar on NOAA Custom Chart version 2.0 will be held April 19 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. EST.
Eco Wave Power Global AB has entered into an official power purchase agreement with the Israeli National Electric Co., based
The European Council and Parliament came to an informal agreement in March 2023 that the FuelEU Maritime will come into
Textron Systems was awarded an initial $20.8 million award for the design, development, and integration of the U.S. Navy’s next-generation
FOWT 2023 will take place in Nantes, France.
Divestment of Maersk Supply Service
A.P. Moller – Maersk has reached an agreement with A.P. Moller Holding, the parent company of the A.P. Moller Group,
Klein MA-X VIEW 600
MIND Technology, Inc. has announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) has granted a patent for their
NOIA and OOC will hold their second annual CCS Symposium at the Baker Institute at Rice University in Houston on
On May 4, the Blue Venture Forum and Herreshoff Marine Museum will host in-water equipment demonstrations, exhibits, startup pitches, student
"Workboats for the World: The Robert Allan Story," by Robert G. Allan, with Peter A. Robson, is about a company,
The AXYS FLiDAR WindSentinel has been certified to Stage 3 status, providing further evidence to support the buoy’s reputation for
Sea Grant has a new funding opportunity for collaborative projects that address priority research needs to enhance understanding of and
In-Situ Inc., a global manufacturer of water monitoring instrumentation and software, has rebranded to reflect the company’s current status as
The 2023 fellows will launch projects focusing on a range of topics, including supporting indigenous-led conservation initiatives, strengthening ocean management
The Navy League's free STEM Expo returns to the National Harbor in Maryland April 2 at the Gaylord National Harbor
The advisory outlines the information shipowners and operators need to achieve Polar Ship certification, specifically for vessels interested in receiving

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