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JUN 2018

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46 ST | June 2018 www.sea-technology.com Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG, Friedrichshafen, Germany, is co- operating in the local manufactur- ing of 16- and 20-cylinder MTU Series 8000 diesel engines in India, including localizing of engine com- ponents, engine assembly, testing, painting and major overhauls. Goa Shipyard Ltd. MacArtney A/S, Esbjerg, Denmark, is completing an order of connec- tors for high-power submersible pumps, a total of nine sets of four- pin power connectors. Four Sub- Conn one-pin power connectors have been installed and molded to a power cable. Undisclosed. Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd., Wallsend, England, will supply its Atom Mk1 1,000-m, 100-hp work- class ROV system to a Chinese power specialist for inspection of the 31-km physical power cable connections in the Qiongzhou Strait between Hainan Island and mainland China. China Southern Power Extra High Voltage Power Transmission Co. Marlink, Brussels, Belgium, an- nounced a partnership with a lead- ing pure-play engineering services company to deliver new Internet of Things (IoT) solutions that leverage the power of satellite networks for extended connectivity in remote lo- cations. L&T Technology Services. Shell International Trading and Shipping Co. Ltd., London, En- gland, signed a contract for an in- house license of the navigation simulator, REMBRANDT to support a range of projects involving navi- gation and STS operations, includ- ing expansion of its training facility in London next year. BMT Ship & Coastal Dynamics. Cox Powertrain Ltd., Lancing, En- gland, signed an agreement with a distributor located in South Korea for its 300-hp diesel outboard en- gine, CXO300. SoungJin Marine Co. Ltd. i-Tech Services, Aberdeen, Scot- land, announced a five-year digi- talization partnership to increase efficiency and provide insights into operations throughout the field life- cycle. The relationship will leverage expertise in digitalization and en- able significant automation of man- ual processes. Leidos. ST contracts 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. AUGUST August 23—SNA West Coast Sym- posium, San Diego, California. 703-960-6800, navysna@aol.com or https://navysnaevents.org/wcs. SEPTEMBER September 4-6—ENGenious, Aber- deen, Scotland. 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. September 9-12—IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems, Robotics, and Vehicles, Opatija, Croatia. zoran.vukic@fer. hr or http://ifac-cams2018.com. September 22-25—SEG 2018, Key- stone, Colorado. 720-217-5692, kathybasel@gmail.com or www. seg2018.org. September 24-26—Submarine Networks World, Singapore. +65 6322 2701, yeelim.tan@terra pinn.com or www.terrapinn. com/conference/submarine-net works-world/index.stm. September 25-28—The National Marine Electronics Association and the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services Internation- al Conference & Expo, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. 703-527-2000, info@rtcm.org or www.nmea.org. OCTOBER October 1-3—Shallow Survey, St. John's, Canada. 709-778-0556, Paul.Brett@mi.mun.ca or www. shallow-survey.com/Home. October 1-5—PLOCAN Glider School, Gran Canaria, Spain. carlos. barrera@plocan.eu or http://glider school.eu. October 3-4—International Con- ference on Marine Renewable Energy and Maritime Hydrogen Technology, Florø, Norway. ma ria@maritimsfj.no or https://bit. ly/2GW2Eo2. October 3-4—OilComm and FleetComm, Houston, Texas. 713- 343-1875, tle@accessintel.com or www.oilcomm.com. October 9-10—Dynamic Position- ing Conference, Houston, Texas. http://dynamic-positioning.com. October 9-10—RECSO EnviroSpill, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emir- ates. +44 203 463 1023, marco@ bme-global.com or www.recsoen virospill.com. October 9-11—Sea Tech Week, Brest, France. Jacqueline.rosec-de spres@lequartzcongres.com or www.seatechweek.eu. October 22-24—Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference, Amster- dam, Netherlands. +31 (0) 10 209 2600, ns@navingo.com or www. offshore-energy.biz. For more industry meetings, visit sea-technology.com/meetings. ST meetings

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