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MAY 2018

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Page 29 of 44 May 2018 | ST 29 U.S. Coast Guard. The 154-ft. patrol craft has a flank speed of 28 kt., command, control, communications and computer technology, and a stern launch system for the vessel's 26-ft. cutter boat. The vessel is named after Nathan Bruckenthal, who was killed in 2004 while con- ducting maritime intercept operations in the North Ara- bian Gulf. Early Career Scientist Proposals Due June 15 Winners of the Early Career Scientist Contest earn free use of a battery-powered AZFP 125/200/455/769-kHz or 38/125/200/455-kHz mooring cage and battery for a three-month deployment period, along with support from ASL's team of experts. The instrument loan program is open to early-career scientists and engineers, gradu- ate students, post-doctoral fellows and others involved in oceanographic or freshwater work. Offshore LED Deck Lights, Wipers Installed on New England Lobster Vessels IMTRA has provided its offshore series LED deck lights, Exalto and Roca windshield wipers, side-power thrusters and zipwake dynamic trim control systems to lobster vessels throughout New England. The newly launched lobster boat Sailor's Way from Stonington, Maine, is the latest fishing vessel to be equipped with IMTRA gear. Marlink Moves to Houston Marlink has moved to larger premises in Houston to meet the growing needs of its Gulf of Mexico offshore in- dustry and shipping customers. The new facility includes expanded office space in addition to a new warehouse facility to support responsive bridge and satcom equip- ment installation and onboard services. The Houston location allows the Marlink Group to support customers with operations, sales support and technical training, including delivery, field services en- gineers, service management and program management. SSI President, CTO, CEO Move Into Ownership SSI CEO Darren Larkins and President/CTO Denis Morais have acquired ownership of the shipbuilding software development company SSI from the company's founder Rolf Oetter. Larkins and Morais have been managing SSI for the past seven years while Oetter has focused on other ini- tiatives, such as the promotion of alternative energy. The change in ownership ensures the long-term stability of SSI with those actively involved in decision making and day-to-day operation now having ownership. Phoenix Upgrades Quality System Certification Phoenix International Holdings Inc. is transitioning from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015 certification. The 2015 version of the quality management standard requires greater involvement of senior management and a broader understanding of supply chains. It sharpens a company's focus on risk, with the goal of an organiza- tion's many processes operating as a single, integrated system directed at meeting customer requirements. ST A t Ohmsett, The National Oil Spill Response Research and Renewable Energy Test Facility, research and development opportunities are unlimited! O hmsett's unique capabilities and realistic marine environment play an essential role in the development of new technology and creating effective oil spill response evaluations. Features & Testing Capabilities: ❖ Independent & objective testing with real oil ❖ Measurable & repeatable test parameters ❖ Full-scale testing, research & training ❖ Chemical treating agents and dispersant testing ❖ Mechanical containment and recovery in Arctic environments ❖ Evaluation of remote sensing systems ❖ Test protocol development Ohmsett Facility Leonardo, NJ 732-866-7183 Managed by the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) Test Plans Begin with Ohmsett Test with oil, train with oil. 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 SubCtech GmbH p CO 2 Analyzer OceanPack™ (FerryBox) Subsea Inspection Vehicle Batteries Battery Systems

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