Sea Technology

MAR 2018

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Page 6 of 45 March 2018 | ST 5 7 Editorial 34 Ocean Business 8 Soundings 36 Marine Electronics 27 Capital Report 38 Navy Currents 28 International 39 Contracts / Meetings 30 Environmental Monitoring 40 Professional Services Directory 31 Ocean Business 41 Soapbox 32 Offshore Oil & Ocean Engineering 42 Advertiser Index MARCH 2018, Volume 59, No. 3 CONTENTS FEATURES DEPARTMENTS ©Copyright 2018 by Compass Publications, Inc. Sea Technology (ISSN 0093-3651) is published monthly by Compass Publications, Inc., Suite 1010, 1600 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22209; (703) 524-3136; FAX (703) 841-0852. All rights reserved. Neither this publication nor any part of it may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior permission of Compass Publications Inc. Periodicals postage paid at Arlington, Virginia, and additional mailing offices. Subscriptions may be purchased at the following rates: domestic, $60 one year; $80 two years; foreign air mail, $144. Single copies $4.50 plus shipping and handling (current issue only). POSTMASTER: send address changes to Compass Publications, Inc., P.O. Box 600, Deer Isle, ME 04627-0600. CUSTOMER SERVICE, Tel. 1-800-989-5253 or 1-207-348-1057. COVER IMAGE The MOL Maxim works under a rainbow at the Garden City Terminal near Savannah, Georgia. (Georgia Ports Authority/Ste- phen B. Morton) NEXT MONTH The Bourne Tidal Test Site … Ocean thermal energy conversion to generate renewable energy … Creating new business for existing tech … STEM Returners program for workforce re-entry … Conference Previews: AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018, OCEANS'18 MTS/IEEE Kobe and Offshore Technology Conference. 10 OPTIMIZING THE SHIP-BUILDING PROCESS Matthew Patey (Foreship) discusses how voyage simulations and historical data can improve vessel design. 13 DRONE DOCKING UNDERWATER Marc Richard (Naval Group), Raphaël Bourdon (RTsys) and Alice Vettoretti (RTsys) explain how an acoustics-based system extends drone performance. 15 REMOVAL OF RUST STAINING CAUSED BY CREVICE CORROSION Graham George (Enviroklean Product Development Inc.) and Sheldon Landsberger (University of Texas) detail the results of Enviroklean surface coating tests. 18 ANALYZING CHANGES IN COASTAL AREAS USING SATELLITE DATA Asli Sabuncu, Dr. Asli Dogru and Dr. Haluk Ozener (Bogazici University) describe coastal monitoring on Istanbul's coast using Landsat images. 22 REMOTE DATA COLLECTION NEAR MARINE GLACIER FRONTS Gabriele Bruzzone, Angelo Odetti and Massimo Caccia (ISSIA-CNR) explain the use of unmanned vehicles for autonomous sensing and sampling in the North Pole. ParaSound Parametric Sub-Bottom Profiler Teledyne RESON ParaSound is: The most Powerful hull-mounted parametric sub-bottom profiler in the market One tool for all your needs - Operable from shallow water to full ocean depth (11,000 m) Versatile - Operable at high sea states and in polar regions (optional ice-protection) Trusted - 30 installed ParaSound systems world-wide Reliable - Used as the essential tool for marine geology in many countries for many years

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