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Technology Advancement and Global Demand by 2025 – Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, ASV Global, ECA

The global unmanned surface vehicle (USV)market is anticipated to register a highCAGR during the forecast period.In the report, the global market outlook section majorly comprisesessential dynamics of the target market which comprisesmajor market drivers, limitations, opportunities and challenges faced by the market.Click…

Unmanned Vehicles: 25 Years Of Milestones

As 2019 begins, the ocean tech community celebrates 50 years of Oceanology International, a global gathering and showcase of the tools and technologies used by maritime industry, science, and defense. In that retrospective spirit it is informative to look to the history of the unmanned maritime vehicle (UMV) community.

Military Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) To Help Augment Military Capabilities Global Military Unman

Research Nester published a report titled Military Unmanned Surface Vehicle Market: Global Demand Analysis & Opportunity Outlook 2028 which delivers a detailed overview of the military unmanned surface vehicle market in terms of market segmentation by type, system, application and by region.Further, for the in-depth analysis…

Missing ocean instrument package found after accidental five-year odyssey

After five years and 8,700 mi (14,000 km), a lost oceanographic instrument package has turned up on a beach in Tasmania. The deep-ocean monitoring equipment belonging to Britain's National Oceanography Centre (NOC) was lost on Christmas Day 2013 in the northern Drake Passage after a failed recovery effort, but was found…

Active volcano holds clues to violent landslides

Huge, volcano-triggered landslides can alter the seabed when they tumble into the ocean and sweep across the sea floor. Now scientists are studying these effects by braving an active volcano. A scientific team led by Peter Talling of the UK's National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is currently aboard the Royal Research Ship…

Ocean water too warm to cool Canadian science ship's engines

Offshore Nova Scotia surface ocean temperatures were so warm earlier this month they forced a Canadian research ship that uses seawater to cool its engines to slow down.The Canadian Coast Guard Ship Hudson was carrying out its annual fall ocean conditions survey in September and October and sailing through water measuring 20 to 24 C.That is five or six degrees above normal…

Students tour Research Vessel Sally Ride

La Jolla High class visits new oceanography shipStudents in Dave James marine science classes at La Jolla High had the opportunity Oct. 30 for a private tour of the state-of-the-art oceanography Research Vessel (R/V) Sally Ride.I really got a sense for what life with a career of studying marine biology would be like, said…

Marine Robotics Systems | Robohub

Transcript below.In this episode, Ron Vanderkley speaks with Stefan Williams of the University of Sydneys Australian Centre for Field Robotics, Marine Systems Group. They discuss the future of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), and a recent expedition where they used multi-session SLAM to map the famous Antikythera Shipwreck (circa 60-80 B.C.)…

British science vessel RRS James Cook visits HRM | Local | News

HALIFAX, N.S. — In the pantheon of celebrity visits to HRM, where does Boaty McBoatface rate?The autonomous underwater vehicle, made famous as a result of asking Internet users for a name, is just one of the scientific resources aboard the British Royal Research Ship James Cook, which was berthed at the Centre for Ocean…

NOAA, U.S. Navy will increase nation's unmanned maritime systems operations

NOAA and the United States Navy have signed a new agreement to jointly expand the development and operations of unmanned maritime systems in the nations coastal and worlds ocean waters. This will enable NOAA to leverage the Navys expertise, infrastructure, best practices and training to accelerate its science, service and…

The global market for autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) reached $671.5 million in 2017

NEW YORK, Fev. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The global market for autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) reached $671.5 million in 2017. The market should reach $835.0 million by 2022, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.5% from 2017 to 2022. Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p05312881 The global market for AUVs in commercial application reached $441.8 million in 2017.

AUV Project Boosts Endurance, Navigation

A two-year project has delivered a step-change in unmanned platform endurance and navigational precision.The £1.4 million ($1.8 million) Precise Positioning for Persistent Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (P3AUV) project, led by subsea technology specialist Sonardyne International Ltd., with partners the National Oceanography Center (NOC) and L3Harris…

Global Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Market with Coronavirus/COVID-19 Impact Analysis

Global Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Market 2020-2026 Global Industry Size, Supply Analysis, Price Analysis, Consumption and Production, Supplier and Cost Structure AnalysisThe latest report on the global Autonomous Underwater Vehicles market published by the Market Research Store includes an exhaustive research details…

Navy Christens Research Ship Named for Sally Ride

(Credit: U.S. Navy/John Williams)Family, friends and dignitaries gathered for the naming ceremony of R/V Sally Ride on a sun-splashed day at the Dakota Creek Industries shipyard in Anacortes, Washington. “For the United States of America, I christen thee ‘Sally Ride.’ May God bless this ship and all who sail in her,” bellowed Dr.

40 Years Ago: The Titanic Was Found and Lost

This story appeared in the September/October 2020 issue as part of Discover magazines 40th anniversary coverage. We hope youll subscribe to Discover and help support our next 40 years of delivering science that matters. From the October 1980 IssueThe voice on the ship-to-shore phone sounded excited. We think weve found the Titanic!

Florida current is weaker now than at any point in the past century

A key component of the Gulf Stream has markedly slowed over the past century--that's the conclusion of a new research paper in Nature Communications published on August 7. The study develops a method of tracking the strength of near-shore ocean currents using measurements made at the coast, offering the potential to reduce…

Cellula Robotics Partners With The NOC To Advance

The U.K. National Oceanography Center’s (NOC) Marine Robotics Innovation Center announced that Cellula Robotics is joining its thriving community of partners.Cellula Robotics Ltd. is a privately-owned company founded and based in Vancouver, B.C., since 2001. The firm currently has a team of around 30 engineers, technicians…