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50 st / April 2017 www.sea-technology.com Hz or 60 Hz), and has easy-to-access wiring compartments for faster connec- tions. Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems. Developed in consultation with DN- VGL, the Cable Retrieval Tool (CRT200) is used for recovering subsea umbili- cals and cable for offshore, gas and decommissioning projects. It allows controlled recovery of damaged cable and umbilicals up to an 8 in. diameter. Allspeeds Ltd. (Webtool). Autonomous Underwater Vehicle For deep underwater applications, the A18D performs autonomous missions up to 3,000 m deep with 24-hr. endur- ance and a max speed of 6 kt. It can be transported by plane for overseas mis- sions and be launched and recovered in bad sea conditions. ECA Group. Underwater Electric Robotic Vehicle With the addition of advanced iCON behavior-based intelligent control ar- chitecture, the Falcon can host many features. Stationā€keeping and fine posi- tion adjustment reduce the operator's workload by allowing concentration on the task. It is also possible to add higher accuracy sensors for heading, depth and altitude. Saab Seaeye Ltd. Argos Satellite Pop-Up Tag The SeaTag-6K sensor suite includes depth, temperature, three-axis magne- tometer, three-axis accelerometer and a wrap-around solar panel doubling as a light sensor. It is also capable of provid- ing horizontal migratory tracks. Desert Star Systems LLC. Water Speed Pump Taurus VS Variable Speed Pumps bring energy cost savings with variable speed technology to aquaculture for apps that require up to a 1.5-hp pump. It can operate on 115- or 230-V power (50 product development For more information on any of these products, visit our website at www.sea-technology.com/products Neptune software has been integrated with the ARCIMS USV to increase its autonomous capabilities. Integrating the software allows vehicles to react and adapt their missions according to feedback from their sensors. SeeByte Ltd., ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK. Updated Data Analysis Software The Bathy Database 4.3 release follows the latest update of HIPS and SIPS 10.2. This version of BDB includes import and export for generic LiDAR format LAS 1.4. It also supports the creation and management of variable resolution (VR) surfaces. Teledyne CARIS. Shallow-Water Bathymetry Vehicle With a design aimed to minimize the requirement for specific system exper- tise, the CEE-USV survey boat is simple to operate without compromising data. The vehicle's unique removable bow section promotes portability without sacrificing speed and efficiency. CEE HydroSystems USA Inc. Underwater Camera Housing Manufactured with function, style and durability in mind, the FG9X Housing for the Canon Powershot G9 X and G9 X Mark II is depth-rated to 60 m/200 ft. It provides full access to all camera but- tons with clearly labeled controls and access to essential contact points on the camera's screen. Fantasea Line Inc. Biosensor System The Qwiklite 200 is used for testing contaminants and performing toxicity assessments. Single-use disposable test kits contain live bioluminescent plank- ton, which rapidly respond to solutions. Test results are usually available in 4 hours, compared to days when sent to a conventional lab. Assure Controls Inc. Sampling Cylinder Improving the quality of results and re- ducing risks, the subsea sampling cylin- der (SSC) is the first fully qualified and Gripping and Lifting Tool Unmanned Surface Vehicle Software FOLLOW SEA TECHNOLOGY ON.. . twitter.com/SeaTechnology

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