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RTsys Micro-AUV

RTsys NemoSens

RTsys has unveiled its latest versatile micro-AUV: NemoSens. Small (less than 1 m long) and easy to carry and launch (less than 20 lb., including payload), NemoSens can host any kind of payload, be it a CTD probe, side scan sonar or other sensors. Thanks to an open LINUX architecture it can be programmed from an ROS or MOOS interface

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Acteon Adds to Claxton Brand

Acteon

Subsea services group Acteon is adding subsea cutting expertise to its Claxton brand with the acquisition of Proserv’s international Field Technology Services and Survey business units. The Field Technology Services business offers cutting, friction stud welding and pipeline maintenance services from bases in Stavanger (Norway), Houma (U.S.A.), Singapore and Aberdeen (U.K.). These additional services and facilities will be integrated into

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TDI Brooks Acquires New Geochemical Service Director

Jayme McBee

TDI-Brooks is happy to announce the hiring of Jayme McBee. McBee will be leading the Surface Geochemical Seep-Hunting service line at TDI-Brooks. She holds a Masters degree in Geology from Texas A&M University and brings over seven years’ experience serving the onshore and offshore energy industries. McBee comes to TDI-Brooks from Fugro USA Marine where she held the position of

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SBG Inertial Navigation Systems Fully Tested

SBG INS testing Hamburg

SBG Systems put all its inertial navigation systems to the test during a three-day hydrographic survey in the Hamburg port area in Germany. Test results take the form of interactive maps so hydrographers can select a product and compare its performance through seafloor maps.  SBG Systems and local partner McArtney GmbH tested three grades of the MEMS INS (Ellipse, Ekinox, Apogee) with FOG

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