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www.sea-technology.com September 2017 / st 41 C-Worker-5. Missions can be sent to the AUVs while in their launch tubes via the C-Worker communications, after which the system can operate autonomously. The C-Worker can then act as a communications hub downloading high-resolution data from the ecoSUB for stor- age or transmission before collecting the AUVs. Prelude FLNG Arrives in Australia Shell Australia's Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility arrived in waters 475 km from Broome in western Australia. The 488-m-long floating facility is the first deployment of Shell's FLNG technology for extracting and liquefying gas at sea before export. Australian engineering company Monadelphous is con- tracted for maintenance and modification services, and Shell partnered with South Metropolitan TAFE in western Australia to develop training for technicians in helicopter landing and refueling skills, rigging, scaffolding and first aid. ABIS Agreement for Spanish Port Development ABIS Holdings Energy Services Ltd. signed an agency agreement to support the development and operation of an offshore supply base on the Spanish island of Gran Canaria. ABIS will act as the agent for Gran Canaria Subsea and Off- shore Base (GCSB), which has an optimal strategic location for operations all over the world. The base offers a wide range of services adapted to the subsea and offshore sector. DeepOcean Acquires Searov Offshore DeepOcean has acquired the French company Searov Offshore SAS. Searov, established in 2008, is an ROV service provider that owns and operates 10 ROVs and delivers support ser- vices to a variety of international oil companies in West Af- rica. Klein Supports Diving Operations in Scotland Klein Marine Systems Inc. supported a successful survey and recovery project off the West Coast of Scotland. The Klein System 4900 side scan was deployed from the Aspect Surveys vessel Vigilance and operated by personnel from Unique Systems GSE Rentals, which provided the winch, cable and ancillary support for the project. The recovered artifacts will be on display at the Brook- lands Museum in Surrey and the de Havilland Aircraft Mu- seum in Hertfordshire. Kongsberg K-MATE Autonomy Controller For New AUV-USV Platform K-MATE, an autonomous surface vehicle control system, will be integrated with SEA-KIT, a new class of maritime au- tonomous surface vessel (ASV) under construction by the U.K. manufacturer Hushcraft. SEA-KIT is a USV that can carry a payload up to 2.5 tons. It is based on the AUV-USV concept for seafloor mapping operations and can operate independently for months at a time. This is the first autonomous boat capable of transocean survey operations. ST N EW Mini Rosette ® /CTD Water Sampler 1018 M with Model 316 or 320 Idronaut CTD Improved Electronics Low Power Consumption • Light-weight, small, compact • Allows operation from a small boat • Conducting cable or battery-powered • Programmable timed operations • Pressure activated bottle closing (optional) • Deep & shallow water models available • Optional Teflon ® coated Water Sampler • CTD compatible • Flag Pulse to CTD A/D input General Oceanics Inc. 1295 N.W. 163 St., Miami, FL 33169 Tel: (305) 621-2882, Fax: (305) 621-1710 E-mail: Sales@GeneralOceanics.com http://www.GeneralOceanics.com AMT Analysenmesstechnik GmbH Joachim-Jungius-Strasse 9 D-18109 Rostock, Germany Tel: +49-381-4059380 • Fax: -200 E-mail: info@amt-gmbh.com www.amt-gmbh.com Electrochemical Sensors for Probe Systems Oxygen – pH – Redox – Conductivity – H 2 S – Hydrogen

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