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38 ST | April 2018 www.sea-technology.com Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd., Win- terthur, Switzerland, signed an agreement to integrate its digital en- gine diagnostic system (EDS), which provides continuous, intelligent di- agnostics of engine and component performance, with the HHI INTEG- RICT Smart Ship Solution. Hyundai Heavy Industries. Dualog, Tromsø, Norway, won a major contract to install and up- grade email capability on 160 ves- sels worldwide. Work has already started on the project with more than 100 vessels being equipped in just three months, and installation work on the remainder is underway. Teekay. TWMA, Aberdeen, Scotland, has secured a six-figure contract for the span of three months to provide at- source drilling waste management at the Orlando Field in the U.K. North Sea. The company will use its EfficientC and TCC RotoMill tech- nology to allow processing of the drill cuttings offshore at source. De- cipher Energy. Seatools, Numansdorp, Nether- lands, has won a contract for de- velopment and delivery of a remote offshore monitoring system for a Dutch nonprofit that is developing advanced technologies to rid the world's oceans of floating plastic. The monitoring system will be used to gain real-time insight into the performance of the first-ever ocean cleanup system, which will be de- ployed during trials starting later this year on the U.S. west coast. The Ocean Cleanup. Inmarsat, London, England, signed an agreement for enhancements to its FleetBroadband service, with de- sign and manufacture of a new gen- eration of terminals that will support the existing I-4 network alongside the major advances coming with its sixth-generation satellite constella- tion, the first of which is scheduled for launch in 2020. Intellian Tech- nologies Inc. WFN Strategies, Sterling, Virginia, has been awarded a contract to pro- vide cable route survey support for the proposed Eastern Arctic Under- sea Fibre Optic Network (EAUFON) submarine telecoms cable system. EAUFON is a planned submarine cable with landing points at multi- ple communities in Canada's Nun- avik region intended to be ready by 2020. Kativik Regional Govern- ment. ST MAY May 2-3—Nor-Shipping, Oslo, Nor- way. +45 40190234, sf@nor-ship ping.com or http://nor-shipping. com. May 15-17—Europort Roma- nia, Constanta, Romania. +31 10 2933250, info@europort.nl or www.europort.nl/about-eu- r o p o r t / e u r o p o r t - e x p o r t s / e u r o port-romania. May 16-17—Unmanned Maritime Systems, London, England. +44 (0) 207 827 6020, nboumediene@ smi-online.co.uk or www.umscon ference.com/seatechnologywl. May 23-24—Deep Sea Mining Sum- mit, London, England. 206-582- 0128, sean.collins@iQ-Hub.com or www.deepsea-mining-summit.com. May 23-24—Fisheries Management in Estuarine and Coastal Waters, Lancaster, England. info@ifm.org. uk. May 28-31—OCEANS '18 MTS/ IEEE Kobe/TechnoOcean2018, Kobe, Japan. maki@iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp or http://oceans18mtsieeekobe.org. May 28-June1—Ocean Microstruc- ture Glider Workshop, St. Georges, Bermuda. jeremy@rocklandscientif ic.com or http://bit.ly/2BTDF1S. May 30-June 1—GreenTech, Van- couver, Canada. info@green-ma rine.org or www.green-marine.org/ greentech. JUNE June 4—BlueTech Expo, Washington, D.C. 202- 389-9009, rich.lawson@ios tia.org or www.bluetechexpo.org. June 5-7—Capitol Hill Ocean Week, Washington, D.C. 301-608- 3040 or https://capitolhillocean week.org. June 11-13—Global Offshore Bra- zil Summit, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 281- 491-5900, Exhibits@questoff shore.com or www.globaloffshore brazil.com. June 12-14—Internation- al Conference on Ocean En- ergy, Cherbourg, France. s.pe seux@bluesign.events or http://icoe 2018normandy.eu. June 17-22—International Con- ference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering, Madrid, Spain. 778-338-4142 or www.omae2018. com. June 18-20—ASNE Technol- ogy, Systems & Ships, Wash- ington, D.C. 703-836-6727 or w w w. n ava l e n g i n e e r s . o r g / S y m posia/TSS2018. June 19-21—CLEAN PACIFIC, Port- land, Oregon. 713-343-1891, cda vie@accessintel.com or http://2018. cleanpacific.org. June 26-28—UDT, Glasgow, Scot- land. team@udt-global.com or www.udt-global.com. JULY July 3-5—Seawork International, Southampton, England. info@sea work.com or www.seawork.com. July 5-6—Oil Spill India, New Delhi, India. ravi@iten media.in or www.oilspillindia.org. July 17-19—Multi-Agency Craft Conference, Baltimore, Maryland. 703-836-6727 or www.macc2018. org. For more, visit https://seatechnolo gymagazine.com/meetings. ST contracts meetings

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