Market Report Discusses Trends in Anti-Submarine Warfare
Anti-submarine warfare has once again risen high on the agenda for NATO’s maritime forces. Ahead of the inaugural Anti-Submarine WarfareRead more.
Pollution Threat from Grounded Barge in Alaska
The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) worked with contractors Saturday to mitigate the potential pollution threat posed by a derelict bargeRead more.
Israel Shipyards Develops Ships to Combat Maritime Terrorism
At LAAD 2019, the Latin American defense and security exhibition held in Brazil this month, Israel Shipyards introduced coastal defenseRead more.
US Navy Updates Protocol for Reporting UFOs
The U.S. Navy is drafting new guidelines for personnel to report unauthorized and unidentified aircraft sightings—what were previously called “unidentifiedRead more.
MacArtney Connector Series Offers Wide Range of Options
The MacArtney Group has launched the TrustLink Metal Shell connectors series, which is now in stock across the globe. TheRead more.
Careers: The Journey to Mastering Ocean Electronics
Stay tuned for the full story, coming online this June at Sea Technology. Viviana Castillo is a research scientist andRead more.
Sea Technology, Vol. 60, No. 3—March 2019
March 2019 Electronic Charting/Vessel Management/Ports & Harbors/Dredging/Homeland SecurityRead more.
Phoenix Promotes Jon Regh to Houston Area Manager
Phoenix International Holdings Inc. promoted Jon Regh to area manager of its Houston, Texas location. In his new role, ReghRead more.
World’s Largest Construction Vessel Fitted with All-Silicon Gyroscope
Silicon Sensing Systems Ltd’s latest inertial measurement technology has been used in AD Navigation AS’s new pilot’s aid, the ADXRead more.
ROV Launch & Recovery System Delivered to New Zealand Navy
Hydramec Offshore completed the supply, integration and operational testing of a fully-active heave-compensated launch and recovery (LARS) system for aRead more.