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Subsea Vehicle Report – Unmanned Underwater Systems

Read this page in Pdf, Flash or Html5 edition of March 2012 Marine Technology Magazine Marine Technology Reporter 91Profiling Buoy APB505 with inte- grated webserver is presented. Booth No. Sonar Equipment ServicesSES services the global offshore energy sector as a manufacture and rental specialist of seabed survey and inspection equipment.SES products include the SeaBug digital drop camera system proven to 3000mwd with high resolution 14.7 mega pixels camera offering ?On The Fly? capture upload. We specialise in innovative product development including systems for depth of burialsurveys, UXO detection and DV inspections. We also offer a wide range of winches for marine applica-tions. Booth No. Sonardyne: ?A DeeperUnderstanding? On Day 1 Sonardyne will showcase its wireless communications platform which is capable of transferring sub-sea data at speeds comparable tobroadband. Also making their debut at the show will be the uComm range of small, highperformance and affordable acousticmodems. Oil spill prevention and response is a key theme at this year?s conference. With this in mind, Sonardyne has chosen OI2012 to premier its new Automatic Leak Detection Sonar (ALDS) designed to detect hydrocarbon leaks around off- shore installations and pipelines. Sonardyne?s vessel operating in the dock will enable visitors to the show to gain a hands-on view of the tech. Stand No. G300Email: PR@ sonardyne.comMTR#2 (82-96):MTR Layouts 2/22/2012 11:16 AM Page 91

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