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JUN 2018

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Page 47 of 52 June 2018 | ST 47 The late Edwin A. Link , a driving force behind Harbor Branch Ocean- ographic Institute, has been induct- ed into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame. Link was a pioneer in aviation, underwater archeology and submers- ibles and inventor of the Link flight simulator. Link helped to create Har- bor Branch as an independent re- search institution and designed tools to explore marine environments, including the Johnson-Sea-Link submers- ibles. RBR Ltd. has hired Gavin Scandlyn as its business development manag- er to be based in New Zealand and primarily involved in New Zealand, Australia and Japan. Scandlyn has lived and worked in Japan, South Korea and Australia, and has a back- ground in business communications, marketing and sales. Trevor Hughes has been named business development officer at the International Geomatics Group. Hughes brings more than 30 years of experience in the U.K., Middle East and the Americas with Racal, Thales and Ashtech. Hughes will focus on the DGNSS service line and the Hemisphere Atlas technology. ORPC Inc. has hired Alexandre Paris as president and CEO of its Québec subsidiary, Énergies Marines Renou- velables Québécoises Inc. (EMARQ). Paris was most re- cently senior manager of growth and innovation at Hy- dro-Québec's research institute, IREQ. He has more than 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur and executive in Canada, the U.S., Europe and Asia. EOM Offshore LLC has appointed John Flynn and Flynn Technical Solutions LLC as its representative in the South- eastern U.S. to focus on data transmission and manage- ment of moored buoy systems. Flynn's background is in technical sales and marketing for marine interconnect, instrumentation, imaging, software, vehicles and an- ti-biofouling coatings products throughout the Mid-At- lantic and Southeast U.S. The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) has promoted Justin Williams to the position of senior direc- tor of digital and public affairs. Williams is responsible for media relations on legislative issues and staffs NOIA's Public Affairs and Education Committee. The NOIA Board of Directors has elected John Gellert, the CEO of SEACOR Marine Holdings, as chairman and Richard Clark, a founder of Deep Gulf Energy, as vice chairman for the 2018 to 2019 term. ST people SEA-TECHNOLOGY.COM NEW LOOK! Has A H H H H H H H H H H H • Exclusive content on our online blog and • Email notifications for site updates NEW site features include: • Offering two central California coastal vessels— see our website for information on R/V Retriever.* • 42 years' personal experience in coastal RVs, including 5 seasons in Alaska; since 1986 on this husky 50-footer. • 330 sq. ft. work deck, multi-ton overhead rigging & stern u-frame, four wire choices to 4,000 meters. • Minutes from deep Monterey Canyon waters for sea trials. • Sleeps 6 comfortably, full personal accommodations, all-electric galley, 1200-mile range. • Broad resume of pleased commercial, government, and academic clients on worksites from Baja California to Prince William Sound. *Retriever now for sale THE COASTAL R/V SHANA RAE Jim and Angie Christmann Monterey Canyon Research Vessels, Inc. 114 Mason Street • Santa Cruz, CA 95060 (831) 423-4864 • cell (831) 332-0565 32 years!

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