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MAY 2018

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www.sea-technology.com May 2018 | ST 39 ABB, Billingstad, Norway, will pro- vide power, automation, propulsion and digital solutions for a polar ex- ploration cruise vessel to navigate through sea ice. The vessel, to be delivered in 2020, must meet Arctic and Antarctic operating regulations. Lindblad Expeditions Holdings Inc. MacArtney, Esbjerg, Denmark, is changing the name of its German operation to MacArtney Germany GmbH. Once a joint venture of the MacArtney Group, the German operating sales and consultancy offices for marine and underwater technology are based in Kiel and Bremen. MBT GmbH. Unique Group, Sharjah, Unit- ed Arab Emirates, received two 110VAC HydroPACT 660 small form-factor pipe and cable track- ing systems, with pulse induction technology and operation depths to 3,000 m. Teledyne Marine. Soil Machine Dynamics, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, announced the successful delivery of two 1,000-m Atom Mk1 work-class ROV systems that are optimized for submarine rescue operations: each carries three emergency life support pods. JFD Ltd. Kongsberg, Kongsberg, Norway, signed a cooperation agreement for technology development within de- fense, maritime industry and digita- lization in Qatar for approximately 15 billion NOK over eight years, the largest in the company's history. BK Systems. AXYS Technologies, Sidney, Cana- da, signed an eight-year framework agreement for supply of TRIAXYS directional wave buoys, which use satellite telemetry, to build a wave measurement network along the coast of France. Météo-France. Enpro Subsea, Aberdeen, Scotland, will see its flow intervention services and flow access modules technolo- gies deployed from an international subsea fleet of construction and in- tervention vessels through an agree- ment pursuing targets in the Atlantic region. DOF Subsea. Saab Seaeye, Fareham, England, received an order from a leading company for the first in a planned fleet of its Sabertooth underwater electric robotic vehicles that can operate in both fully autonomous (AUV) and tethered (ROV) modes. Undisclosed. ASV Global, Portchester, England, won a contract for the provision of a C-Worker 5 18-ft. USV to be used for testing, training and establishing procedures and protocols for use of the system by NOAA on future hy- drographic programs. University of Southern Mississippi. Deep Sea Mooring, Straume, Nor- way, and Vryhof Anchors, Capelle a/d Yssel, Netherlands, have se- cured a contract to provide full- scale mooring and anchoring services to an Australian energy company. The contract is a first for Vryhof offshore Victoria, Australia. Cooper Energy. ST contracts meetings June 12-14—Klein Marine Systems Sonar Training, Rye Beach, New Hampshire. 603-893-6131 ext. 272 or Sales@KleinMarineSystems. com. June 17-22—International Con- ference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering, Madrid, Spain. 778-338-4142, omae@seatosky meetings.com or www.omae2018. com. June 18-20—ASNE Technolo- gy, Systems & Ships, Washing- ton, D.C. 703-836-6727, as nehq@navalengineers.org or www. n ava l e n g i n e e r s . o r g / S y m p o s i a / 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. +44 1329 825335, info@seawork.com or www.seawork.com. July 5-6—Oil Spill India, New Delhi, India. +91 11 43013474, ravi@iten media.in or www.oilspillindia.org. July 17-19—Multi-Agency Craft Conference, Baltimore, Mary- land. 703-836-6727, meetings@ navalengineers.org or www. macc2018.org. SEPTEMBER September 4-6—ENGenious, Aberdeen, Scotland. +44 (0)20 8271 2124, chris.brand@bigpart nership.co.uk or www.engenious global.com. September 4-7—SMM, Hamburg, Germany. +49 40 3569 2445, nora. ebbinghaus@hamburg-messe.de or www.smm-hamburg.com. For more industry meetings, visit sea-technology.com/meetings. ST JUNE June 4—BlueTech Expo, Washing- ton, D.C. 202-389-9009, rich.law son@iostia.org or www.bluetechex po.org. June 5-7—Capitol Hill Ocean Week, Washington, D.C. 301-608- 3040, info@marinesanctuary.org or https://capitolhilloceanweek.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—International Confer- ence on Ocean Energy, Cherbourg, France. +331 85 09 68 53, s.pe- seux@bluesign.events or http://icoe 2018normandy.eu.

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