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AUV for Geotechnical Survey

Feritech Global

Marine-i has agreed to support marine engineering specialist Feritech Global in its plan to create an autonomous subsea vehicle specially designed for geotechnical survey work. Such a design would result in safer, more efficient and cost-effective seabed survey operations. Marine-i and Feritech are collaborating on a structured development program to define the industry standards that the new vehicle must meet,

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Subsidence Monitoring Sensors Deployed at Scale in Norway

A new breed of underwater sensor that is able to self-calibrate, enabling precise, long-duration subsidence monitoring at all depths, has been deployed at scale for the first time. The 20-plus Fetch Ambient-Zero-Ambient (AZA) pressure monitoring transponders (PMTs), developed by Sonardyne, will support an ongoing long-term, large-scale seabed monitoring project at Ormen Lange–Norway’s second largest gas field–for A/S Norske Shell. Unlike

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ATLAS AI Platform Finds Abandoned Crab Pots

University of Delaware abandoned crab pots rescue

Over the past few years, the University of Delaware has participated in a state program that supports rescuing abandoned crab pots from the seabed and researches technologies to make the search process more effective. It has advanced sonar surveys from a boat with further map storage and processing in SPH Engineering’s ATLAS AI-powered platform. The evaluations proved to be time-effective

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