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AUG 2017

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62 st / August 2017 www.sea-technology.com FOCUS 2 ROTV for Cable Route Survey A MacArtney FOCUS 2 ROTV sys- tem will be applied in a cable route survey to deliver high-resolution data for route design and engineering, as well as subsea asset inspections apply- ing the extensive sensor package. This is part of a project to construct the world's longest interconnector, consisting of approximately 720 km of high-voltage direct current (HVDC) ca- ble to link the power grids of the U.K. and Norway. The giant interconnector, designated NSL (North Sea Link), will link their electricity transmission sys- tems via a subsea cable that links to a converter station and an electricity substation in each country. EdgeTech 6205 MPES for Hydrography, Ocean Mapping EdgeTech provided a 6205 MPES system to the University of New Hampshire's Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping/Joint Hydrographic Center (CCOM/JHC). The EdgeTech 6205 multiphase echosounder (MPES) produces real-time, high-resolution 3D maps of the seafloor while provid- ing co-registered simultaneous dual- frequency side scan imagery. CCOM/JHC has a close affiliation with NOAA and will utilize the Ed- geTech 6205 for research and educa- tion dedicated to missions of hydro- graphic science and ocean mapping. GE Marine Tech for Deepwater Dive Support Vessel GE's Marine Solutions has been chosen by Shanghai Salvage Bureau (SSB) to provide a suite of marine tech- nologies including power and propul- sion equipment, dynamic positioning (DP) and automation and control sys- tems to its newest deepwater dive sup- port vessel (DSV). The vessel will be- come the world's first deepwater DSV with a multisaturation diving system. It will enable diving operations at depths of up to 500 m and salvage work at 6,000 m. The vessel will feature GE's SeaSt- ream DP system (Class 3) and will be powered by an electric power and pro- pulsion system, including GE's 4,656- kW generators, switchboards and medium-voltage frequency drive pro- pulsion controllers, as well as a vessel automation and control system. Cybersecurity Guidelines Updated for Ships The second edition of The Guide- lines on Cyber Security Onboard Ships has been released at http://bit. ly/2tmwGZ3. It includes information on insurance issues and how to ef- fectively segregate networks, as well as new practical advice on managing the ship-to-shore interface and how to handle cybersecurity during port calls and when communicating with the shore side. The guidelines are aligned with the recommendations given in the Interna- tional Maritime Organization's (IMO) Guidelines on cyber risk management, which were adopted in June 2017. Open-Water Trials to Begin For Lithium-Sulphur Battery Steatite has been leading a consor- tium to develop a lithium-sulphur bat- marineelectronics Compass Publications, Inc. T 703.524.3136 1600 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1010 F 703.841.0852 Arlington, VA 22209-2510 sea-technology.com Free instant online access to an extensive listing of the ocean market's various segments Sea Technology Buyers Guide/Directory Published since 1969, this comprehensive tool, including contact details, assists in the location of products and services of companies that have the answers. Available in both print and digital formats. stbuyersguide.epubx.com.

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