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JUL 2018

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www.sea-technology.com July 2018 | ST 29 and LNG vessels that have had KVH's VSAT systems and services. BW's fleet includes product tankers, LPG and LNG carriers, FSRUs, dry bulk carriers, chemical tankers, offshore vessels and crude carriers. COVE Continues to Welcome New Tenants Four more ocean technology companies have signed on to be located at the Centre for Ocean Ventures and En- trepreneurship (COVE). The new tenants include Sensor Technology, Enginuity, Pisces Research Project Manage- ment and MacArtney Canada. COVE is a collaborative facility for applied innovation in the ocean sector that is located in Halifax Harbor, in Nova Scotia, Canada. Its mission is to propel the ocean economy by providing marine infrastructure and a collaborative space in which a community of ocean enterprises can grow and prosper. Decatur Marine Audit & Survey Authorized to Conduct AWO Audits The American Waterways Operators (AWO) approved Decatur Marine Audit & Survey to conduct audits of AWO members as part of its Responsible Carrier Program (RCP). Towing vessel operators are determining how to meet new U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Subchapter M regu- lations establishing vessel safety and inspection require- ments. AWO's RCP has been accepted by the USCG as a system that meets Subchapter M requirements. Trident Acquires Italian Cruise Ship Construction Company Trident Maritime Systems completed acquisition of Newsystem srl. Trident is a provider of turnkey marine systems and solutions for government and commercial vessel new construction, retrofit and repair both in the U.S. and internationally. Newsystem is a provider of out- fitting systems and solutions for the cruise ship new con- struction market. The company is located near Bergamo, Italy, and operates in shipyards throughout Italy. Twin Disc Celebrates 100th Anniversary Twin Disc is celebrating 100 years with local, national and international events throughout the year. Twin Disc entered the marine market in the 1930s, manufacturing countershaft reduction gears with 100 percent reverse power. During WWII, it converted its operations to the pro- duction of essential war materials, especially Higgins Boats and artillery tractors, for which it was awarded the Army-Navy "E" Award. It has grown into a leader in inno- vative propulsion equipment on vessels worldwide and within numerous heavy industries. Identity of Steamboat Pulaski Confirmed Blue Water Ventures International and Endurance Ex- ploration Group have verified the identity of the Steam- boat Pulaski using several artifacts recently recovered. The Pulaski sank in 1838 off the coast of North Carolina. The new discoveries were facilitated by advanced nitrox- enriched diving, which allows divers longer bottom time to explore the site and create better working grids on the seafloor. ST Highest capacity, reliability, safety Your power source for subsea, AUV, ROV A d d e d Va l u e Customizing and personal support Longest lifetime Simplest operation on board 2 Los Gatos OA-ICOS & LI-COR ® NDIR info@subctech.com www.gosubsea.com SubCtech GmbH www.subctech.com p CO 2 Analyzer OceanPack™ (FerryBox) Subsea Inspection Vehicle Batteries Battery Systems NEW Mini Rosette ® /CTD Water Sampler 1018 M with Model 316 or 320 Idronaut CTD • Lightweight, 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 Improved Electronics Low Power Consumption 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

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