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NOV 2018

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www.sea-technology.com November 2018 | ST 47 SubC, Aberdeen, Scotland, has been awarded a contract to provide underwater Ethernet digital cameras and related services to support the objectives of the National Science Foundations' Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) Cabled Array. Uni- versity of Washington. Woods Hole Oceanographic In- stitution, Woods Hole, Massachu- setts, will lead a coalition of aca- demic and oceanographic research organizations in a five-year Nation- al Science Foundation contract to operate and maintain the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI). Uni- versity of Washington, Oregon State University, Rutgers. Kongsberg Digital, Horten, Nor- way, will deliver a comprehensive LNG simulator package designed to enable new levels of safety and operational training for professional crews on 27 existing LNG vessels and seven more vessels currently on order. GasLog. GeoSpectrum Technologies, Dart- mouth, Canada, will supply two "C-BASS" low-frequency sources for conducting continuous acoustic experiments, along with control sys- tems and amplifiers for autonomous moorings and manual deployment. Scripps Institution of Oceanogra- phy. Sonardyne International Ltd., Yateley, England, signed a joint agreement to provide advanced integrated monitoring solutions for managing critical subsea assets, in- cluding drilling and production ris- ers, moorings and wellheads. BMT. Unique Group, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, will provide a turn- key package for hydrographic sur- vey vessels and hydrographic office setup, including providing multiple newbuild vessels with dynamic po- sitioning systems and navigational equipment. Southern African Ship- yards. Equinor ASA, Stavanger, Norway, submitted an award of NOK 1 bil- lion for engineering, procurement, fabrication, installation and testing of two high-voltage cables to sup- ply power from shore for the second phase of the Johan Sverdrup devel- opment. NKT. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. LLC, Oak Brook, Illinois, received a $113 million base contract award on the Jacksonville Harbor Con- struction Dredging Contract 'B' 47- Foot Project. It expects additional option work items on the contract by mid-2019 with a value of $97 million, resulting in a total contract award of $210 million. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Teledyne Marine, Slangerup, Denmark, received an order for several Teledyne Odom Hydro- graphic Echotrac E20 single-beam echosounders, which are construct- ed at the company's Sonar Technol- ogy Center of Excellence. Survey Equipment Services. BIO-UV Group, Lunel, France, will supply its BIO-SEA ballast water treatment system for retrofit instal- lation to the 3,500 dwt Ro-Ro ves- sel Ciudad de Cadiz, a vessel that transports large sections and parts for the Airbus A380. Louis Dreyfus Armateurs SAS. ST contracts DECEMBER December 4-7—World Maritime Technology Conference, Shanghai, China. +86 21 6473 2729, ssnaoe@ ssnaoe.org or http://wmtc18. ssname.com.cn. December 5—ASTM Interna- tional Workshop on Autonomous Shipping, Vessel Automation and Maritime Cyber Security, Wash- ington, D.C. 610-832-9677, sym posia@astm.org or www.astm.org/ F25Workshop2018. December 5-6—ASNE Combat Systems Symposium, Washington, D.C. www.navalengineers.org/ Symposia/Combat-Systems-Sympo sium-2018. December 6—Congress on Ocean Policy, Washington, D.C. https:// rnrf.org/2018cong. December 10-11—MarTech, Por- to, Portugal. info@martech-work shop.org or http://martech-work shop.org. December 8-13—National Sum- mit on Coastal and Estuarine Res- toration and Management, Long Beach, California. clewis@estuar ies.org or https://estuaries.org/Sum- mit. 2019 JANUARY January 15-17—SNA Annual Na- tional Symposium, Arlington, Vir- ginia. 703-960-6800, navysna@ aol.com or http://navysnaevents. org/national-symposium. January 16-18—The Unmanned Systems Expo, Rotterdam, Nether- lands. info@tusexpo.com or www. tusexpo.com. January 23-24—Coastal Futures, London, England. bob.earll@ coastms.co.uk or http://coastal-fu tures.net. January 28-30—International Li- DAR Mapping Forum, Denver, Col- orado. wemison@divcom.com or www.lidarmap.org. January 29-30—ADECS, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. www.asia- decs.com. FEBRUARY February 4-6—EUROMARITIME, Marseille, France. anne-charlotte. micca@gican.asso.fr or www.euro maritime.fr. February 4-7—Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Con- ference, New Orleans, Louisiana. https://tinyurl.com/y998tjr6. For more industry meetings, visit sea-technology.com/meetings. ST meetings

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