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An AutoNaut USV has been purchased by the Barbados Meteorological Services to provide data to assist with hurricane tracking.
Every week, an episode unravels oceanic mysteries, delves into maritime trends or shares other stories of the sea.
Quiet Sound, a collaborative program from Washington Maritime Blue dedicated to fostering a more sustainable environment for Southern Resident killer whales
The GEBCO Map the Gaps Symposium on ocean exploration will take place November 7 and 8 in Monaco at the
NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science has announced $6.7 million in fiscal year 2023 funding for 18 coastal resilience
The International Energy Agency's Ocean Energy Systems (IEA-OES) has released interviews with five experts who have spearheaded pioneering ocean energy
FarSounder and NSSLGlobal have joined forces to introduce FarSounder’s Argos product line to their defense, commercial, and leisure clients.
Belgium-based startup MAHI has successfully raised its seed round, led by venture firm PIRQUE and shipping company Ultranav.
Maxwell Marine has been contracted to design and supply a technical anchoring system for the first USVs that will be
A closeup of the tech that enables Schmidt Ocean Institute's deepwater livestreaming.
Expressions of interest are due October 30 from ocean energy, offshore wind and green hydrogen-related solution developers.
Through the Obscape Data Portal, ANB Sensors' clients can now access real-time data parameters conveniently and effortlessly.
This year’s report calls for cooperation and collaboration built on solid data to improve standards and reduce human, environmental and
The project's goal is to remove 100 tons of derelict fishing gear from the oceans in just two years.
Graduate students interested in marine, coastal, and Great Lakes science and policy should apply by February 15, 2024.
BOEM will accept public comments through November 20, 2023.
The U.S. Coast Guard Research and Development Center has signed a cooperative research and development agreement with Zelim to jointly
Ocean Diagnostics has developed Ascension, a 22-lb. tethered sampling device that collects filtered microplastics or eDNA samples down to 400
Odfjell to test solid oxide fuel cell system on chemical tanker
Alma Clean Power, Odfjell, and DNV have announced a project that would entail the installation of a solid oxide fuel
Sonardyne Inc. has appointed Aquatic Sensors as resellers as part of growth in the U.S. marine technology market.
LR merges acquired software platforms under OneOceanLR brand
Lloyd’s Register reports that it has merged its range of existing software platforms under the new OneOceanLR brand following several
The Marine Technology Society (MTS) has launched the Ocean Enterprise Initiative (OEI), a flagship program aimed at spearheading innovation, thought
OSIL Buoy for Dublin City University PREDICT multidisciplinary project
A multidisciplinary data buoy platform manufactured by Ocean Scientific International Ltd. (OSIL) has been installed in Dublin Bay as part
The webinar is part of the Women Leadership in Marine Technology series.
He has become the first person in history to swim the full length of the Hudson River unassisted, calling attention
Candela's latest version of its C-8 foiling craft has covered a record 420 nautical mi., equivalent to 777 km or
The inaugural Mick Cook Award for Significant Contribution to Marine Site Investigation and Characterisation was given to Tor Inge Tjelta
Three Kiel-based software GmbH, TrueOcean GmbH and NatureConnect GmbH--have merged to form
The 2024 finalists for the John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Program will become the 45th class of one of
Houston-based marine robotics company Ocean Infinity has been awarded a survey contract by Equinor Wind US for one of the
Scientists on a Schmidt Ocean Institute expedition have discovered a new hydrothermal vent field larger than a professional soccer field
Hapag-Lloyd to deploy Starlink across fleet
Hapag-Lloyd is to begin the rollout of the Starlink satellite internet technology across its fleet, following the successful completion of
Approximately $16 million will be available to support innovative research to application projects that will address the prevention and removal
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) has chosen Open Ocean Robotics, in collaboration with the 1stMission Team, as one of
Royal IHC, a Dutch supplier of vessels, equipment and services for the maritime industry, has developed a new fleet of
The company will partner with maritime decarbonization company Marine2o for land-based infrastructure to produce green hydrogen via renewable energy and
TDI-Brooks has completed phase four of a deepwater geotechnical coring and CPT project for DenAr Ocean Engineering S.A.
Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast are transforming decommissioned wind turbine blades into footbridges that can hold the weight of a
This project will develop a cloud-based service to share survey data collected by FarSounder customers.
A four-year, $10 million grant from NOAA’s Marine Debris Removal Program to the BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean
The conference theme is: "Beyond Net Zero: The Role of the Ocean in Climate Repair."
Shell Ventures has joined Value Group’s investor base to accelerate and expand Value Group’s carbon capture utilization and storage strategy.
Danish shipping major Maersk and e-commerce giant Amazon have finalized a 2023-2024 agreement for the transport of 20,000 FFE containers
Applications for the next cohort of the StartBlue Accelerator are being accepted through October 31. The program for Cohort 3
ROV will swim along a subsea pipeline to inspect flange bolts
With an increasing number of severe accidents in the global oil and gas industry caused by damaged pipelines, University of
TDI-Brooks geotechnical coring and CPT project
TDI-Brooks has been successful in completing phase four of a deepwater geotechnical coring and CPT project for DenAr Ocean Engineering
Equinor has acquired a 25 percent interest in Bayou Bend CCS LLC, positioned to be one of the largest U.S.
This 28-day expedition will explore deep-sea habitats of the national monument to gather data for consideration of the region as
Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania is constructing the world's largest lightweight battery-electric ship (130 m long) for delivery to its South
The DEEP ecosystem, a state-of-the-art autonomous ocean habitat, has launched.
This will enable Kraken to push further and faster with development of its portfolio of definitive, high-performance, littoral security maritime
Ocean Warrior will cover 10,000 nautical mi. annually over the next 10 years to collect data on how the Arctic
Hywind Tampen is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 200,000 tonnes annually from key oil and gas producers in the has launched as a site to connect employers with job seekers.
OSIL Piston Corers dominate on Major Global Research Vessels
Ocean Scientific International Ltd (OSIL) piston corers are the preferred piston coring system on board major research vessels across the
Subsea7 has fully remotely operated a work-class ROV from Scotland, with the ROV deployed 9,400 km away, off the coast
Submarine Networks World will take place September 27 to 28 in Singapore.
Two REMUS 620 Unmanned Underwater Vehicles for NOAA
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently ordered two REMUS 620 unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) from Huntington Ingalls Industries
Odfjell will install the bound4blue eSAIL wind-assisted propulsion system on a chemical tanker.

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