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OCT 2018

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38 ST | October 2018 www.sea-technology.com Oceaneering International Inc., Houston, Texas, will provide a res- ident, battery-powered electric ROV system to support subsea in- spection, maintenance and repair activities. The system is expected to be deployed in water depths up to 1,000 m on the Norwegian Conti- nental Shelf. Equinor ASA. NSSLGlobal, Redhill, England, signed a service agreement to offer the Iridium Certus L-band service as part of its portfolio of maritime sat- com, both as a standalone L-band service and in conjunction with VSAT IP@SEA. Iridium Communi- cations Inc. Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd., Wallsend, England, will supply a QTrencher 500 cable maintenance ROV and a 12.5-Te wide-angle A-frame that is operational in sea state Šve, as well as an umbilical winch with a steel armored umbil- ical for operation in 2,500 mwd. TE SubCom. Aleron Subsea, Aberdeen, Scot- land, announced its Šrst contract for its new hybrid TRACKROV tech- nology. With a six-Šgure investment in research and development, the vehicle, designed to operate on the seabed, will carry out UXO surveys on a wind farm route. Techano AS, Kristiansand, Nor- way, secured a contract for two rail-mounted service units and an offshore crane for the world's largest "oating aquaculture construction, Havfarmen, which is designed for exposed waters and aims to make use of new areas for aquaculture. Nordlaks. Kongsberg Maritime, Kongsberg, Norway, will deliver a real-time monitoring and advisory solution for the Noble Tom Madden drill- ship, an order that re"ects a grow- ing need for technology integration on drilling platforms and ships with data-sharing between ship and shore. Noble Corp. ST contracts meetings NOVEMBER November 4-8—International Wa- ter Conference, Scottsdale, Ari- zona. eswp@eswp.com or https:// eswp.com/water/overview. November 5-9—BlueTech Week, San Diego, California. 619-450- 4600 or www.bluetechweek.org. November 6-8—Esri Ocean GIS Forum, Redlands, California. 888- 377-4576, Confregis@esri.com or https://bit.ly/2JJVwML. November 6-8—Seawork Asia, Shanghai, China. +44 1329 820492, marketing@mercatorme dia.com or www.seaworkasia.com. November 7-8—OPITO Global, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. +44 (0) 1224 211045, events@bigpartner ship.co.uk or www.opito.com/opi to-global. November 7-8—Naval Submarine League Annual Symposium, Ar- lington, Virginia. 703-256-0891 or www.navalsubleague.org/events/ annual-symposium. November 13-15—CLEAN GULF, New Orleans, Louisiana. http://2018.cleangulf.org. November 14-15—Design Scienc- es Series Workshop on Modular Adaptable Ships, Washington, D.C. 703-836-6727, asnehq@navalengi neers.org or https://bit.ly/2GFvcih. November 14-16—Offshore Wind R&D Conference, Bremerhaven, Germany. https://bit.ly/2qdXkCf. November 14-16—Sustainable Ocean Summit, Hong Kong, Chi- na. summit@oceancouncil.org or https://sustainableoceansummit. org. November 18-20—Pacišc Marine Expo, Seattle, Washington. 207- 842-5666, cdimmerling@divcom. com or www.paciŠcmarineexpo. com. November 20-22—Australian Ocean Renewable Energy Sym- posium, Crawley, Australia. aor es2018-oceans@uwa.edu.au or https://aores2018.com.au. November 20-22—Marine Renew- ables Canada, Halifax, Canada. 902-717-0716, amanda@marinere newables.ca or https://marinere newablesconference.com. November 26-27—Maritime Infor- mation Warfare, London, England. +44 (0)20 7827 6000, events@ smi-online.co.uk or www.mariti meinfowarfare.com/seatech. November 27-28—The Blue In- novation Symposium, Newport, Rhode Island. 401-341-2163, to bias.stapleton@salve.edu or https:// salve.edu/blue-innovation-sympo sium. For an extended list of industry meetings, visit sea-technology.com/ meetings. ST Avg. ea. 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