• Tour of the underwater habitat

    When you live under the sea, accommodations are tight, but the view is nice. See where Roane State faculty Bruce Cantrell and Jessica Fain will live and teach while staying underwater for 73 days. While in this habitat -- it's the size of a dorm room -- they will host a weekly lecture series and teach a college-level course.

    published: 05 Jun 2014
  • ROV and Underwater Testing at the Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL) | Oceaneering

    Oceaneering Space Systems (OSS) is a subcontractor at NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL), aka the big pool. We perform underwater testing for the oil & gas industry to help mitigate risks for your Subsea applications. The facility is available for your underwater testing needs with a fully integrated Millennium Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) resident at the facility. There is no other facility like this in the world. Watch the video and visit our website for more details: http://www.oceaneering.com/nbl/ Share this Video: http://youtu.be/9IVKVg9lyU0

    published: 19 May 2015
  • MSc Subsea Engineering

    Postgraduate Lead, Ibiye Iyalla speaks about the benefits and features of the MSc Subsea Engineering course. See our website for more information about MSc Subsea Engineering http://www.rgu.ac.uk/subseaengineering

    published: 20 Jun 2017
  • Oilgear Subsea Control Test Stand

    Oilgear's subsea hydraulic control (BOP, ROV, pod) test stand at its R&D facility in Traverse City, Michigan. Fall 2015 testing of Oilgear variable-displacement, axial-piston pumps, directional control valves (SPM), and ultra-duty accumulators at the former Olmsted Products laboratory.

    published: 11 Aug 2015
  • Makai's Heave Analysis Tool for Subsea Power Cables

    published: 22 Jul 2017
  • German underwater habitat "Helgoland"

    A piece of German diving history. Today a museum exhibition at "Nautineum" in Stralsund (Dänholm), Germany Visit www.nautineum.de for further information Music: Terrasound - A beautiful memory

    published: 12 Aug 2017
  • Halliburton Electro-Hydraulic Control System: Dash™EH

    The Dash™EH control system is a key safety technology designed to work in conjunction with Veto™, Halliburton's premier 15,000 PSI subsea safety system. DashEH provides a rapid, dual-barrier well shut-in and landing string disconnect with no excess complexity. To learn more: http://bit.ly/1iSFEDh © 2014 Halliburton. All Rights Reserved.

    published: 21 May 2014
  • TechnipFMC: Taking Subsea Risers to the Next Level

    Advanced computing technology allows TechnipFMC to process complex subsea riser configurations with minimal processing time. This impressive technology has attracted clients from around the world who are turning to TechnipFMC to develop the most robust riser designs possible using their optimal configurations.

    published: 21 Jun 2017
  • DiamondWrap Subsea Installation Video

    DiamondWrap® SubSea™ is the premier carbon fiber wrap system used to rehabilitate and restore original operational strength to damaged, corroded and eroded underwater piping systems. DiamondWrap® SubSea™ is engineered to provide strength that enables a submerged pipe to be restored to maximum allowable operating pressure (MAOP) without shutting down. The system is comprised of the three components, each thoroughly and independently tested at both the university and international laboratory level. The first component is an epoxy primer, which ensures complete bonding and load transfer between the repair and the substrate. The second component and most unique feature of the DiamondWrap® SubSea™ system, is its selection of bi-directional woven carbon-fiber materials, which provides reinforcem...

    published: 14 Dec 2017
  • Timelapse - Installation of Gullfaks Subsea Wet Gas Compression

    Timelapse video of Gullfaks Subsea Wet Gas Compression installation.

    published: 09 Oct 2015
  • Subsea Housing being milled (by FirScot Ltd, Scotland)

    Subsea Housing being milled.

    published: 28 Mar 2013
  • Profiling Underwater Submersibles - AT&T Archives

    See more from the AT&T Archives at http://techchannel.att.com/archives SCARABs, or "Submersible Crafts Assisting Repair and Burial" were small submarines that initially were built to plow and lay telecommunications cables under the ocean. However, during the 1970s, Bell Laboratories decided to rebuild their SCARABs into underwater robots—robots with a much greater range of tasks to perform. SCARAB I and II were rebuilt at the Holmdel branch of Bell Laboratories from 1977 to 1981. They were deployed in different cable laying ships as their normal routine. However, their moment in the sun—and the moment that prompted the making of this video, SCARAB: Proves Quality at Great Depths—was the subs' use in search and recovery for the crash of Air India Flight 182, which was caused by terrorist ...

    published: 18 Oct 2012
  • Tour of the Turbomachinery Laboratory with Jimmy McLean

    Interview with Texas A&M University Turbomachinery Laboratory Graduate Student Jimmy McLean

    published: 08 Apr 2016
  • New corporate laboratory for marine and offshore sector - 25Nov2013

    SINGAPORE: The new S$75 million Keppel-NUS Corporate Laboratory was launched in Singapore on Monday. One of its research aims is to develop technological solutions to meet the challenges of oil and gas exploration and production in harsh environments like the Arctic. It is the second corporate laboratory launched under a scheme by the National Research Foundation to enhance collaboration between universities and industries. The first - the Rolls-Royce@NTU Corporate Lab - was launched in July 2013. The Keppel-NUS Corporate Lab is the first involving a local company. The Arctic is rich in petroleum and mineral resources. But it is also a harsh environment where temperatures can dip to as low as minus 60 degrees. Getting to these resources is a challenge that can hopefully be overcome th...

    published: 25 Nov 2013
  • Savante Subsea and Underwater Lasers: Underwater subsea laser scanner modelling welds

    Savante's underwater subsea laser scanner herein is being used to create a 3D model of a test plate with a number of bad welds laid down on it. This candidate piece was used to secure an inspection campaign in the gulf of mexico. We have combined the topographic scanning capabilities of laser scanning with the wall thickness measurement capability of Ultrasonic thickness testing at 9Mhz. For more information, please visit our website at www.savante.co.uk

    published: 01 May 2014
  • Subsea - Prototype Teaser

    A small prototype made in a week at TAG Lab in Montreal as part of an exploratory game creation program called Critical Hit. Subsea is a small musical game played using a midi controller with 16 pads and a knob. Steer yourself through a milky protoplasm. Wake the quiet creatures to create a dynamic soundscape. Game page: http://tmblr.co/ZBn6Ov1JwpztH

    published: 28 Jun 2014
  • Portunus: Secure Offshore Transshipment Ports

    The technical elements that make Portunus an economically viable and secure offshore port that can meet Safe Port Act requirements. The ports handle containerized and bulk freight as well as address the transoceanic private craft threats involving weapons of mass destruction, human trafficking and drug interdiction.

    published: 19 Oct 2016
  • SUBSEA PEC coated pipe inspection

    SUBSEA PEC machine during coated pipeline inspection through 55mm of concrete, at 123uwm. Rotary system movement for Wall Thickness mapping, 1 meter scan along the pipe, 360° around.

    published: 02 Oct 2015
  • Sonardyne in Space - Wireless Integrity Monitoring at NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Lab

    We had the opportunity to showcase our latest optical, wireless, imaging, and acoustic technology alongside OneSubsea and Saab at NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL). NASA's NBL is an underwater training facility used to prepare astronauts for the micro-gravity conditions they will experience in space. At 202 feet long, 101 feet wide and 40 feet deep, and holding 6.2 million gallons of water, the pool is the largest indoor body of water in the world and contains a full size replica of the International Space Station (ISS). Around the pool, we deployed acoustic data telemetry, sonar imaging and optical communications technologies to simulate some of the typical remote inspection and intervention scenarios its low risk technology can be utilised for. 6G sensor nodes suspended mid-water wer...

    published: 15 Jan 2016
  • NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab with Space Station Training Modules

    Overview of lab environment About WFS WFS Technologies Ltd is a global leader in subsea wireless instrumentation and control solutions for the Offshore Oil and Gas, Renewables, Environmental, Defense and Consumer industries. WFS Technologies Ltd 7 Houston Interchange Business Park Livingston EH54 5DW Phone: +44(0)845 862 6600 http://www.wfs-tech.com/

    published: 26 Nov 2015
  • Halliburton's Advanced Perforating Flow Laboratory

    The Advanced Perforating Flow Laboratory at Halliburton's Jet Research Center is an industry leader in perforating system research, development and test programs. Schedule your visit today: http://bit.ly/VKHHva. For more than ten years, we have conducted tests tailored specifically for your needs to help you better understand actual downhole conditions and perforating system performance. To meet your developing challenges, Halliburton has expanded the lab with leading-edge vessels and technologies. These vessels will provide you with the most accurate information possible today regarding the effects of perforations in different formations and in different environments. This facility gets you as close to the real world as you can get in a laboratory setting. Learn more: http://www.hallib...

    published: 06 Dec 2012
  • Underwater camera calibration for ROV minerva by: NTNU AUR-lab

    This video is of a checkerboard that are being placed at 70 meters depth to do a stereo camera calibration. In the movie you will se how we got the checkerboard down to the the sea bottom and up again.

    published: 10 Dec 2015
  • Research on Dead Zones and the VENUS Lab

    The VENUS undersea laboratory, off the coast of British Columbia, is helping scientists study a seasonal dead zone in Saanich Inlet off the coast of Vancouver Island. Underwater monitoring instruments, linked to onshore labs by optical-fibre cable, provide continuous real-time data that shows how changes in the levels of dissolved oxygen in ocean water affect marine life—a case study that sheds light on other dead zones around the world. http://nature.ca

    published: 07 Jan 2010
  • Maritime Engineering & Mundal Subsea Offshore technology day exhibition film

    Maritime Engineering and Mundal Subsea

    published: 15 Oct 2014
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Tour of the underwater habitat
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Tour of the underwater habitat

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When you live under the sea, accommodations are tight, but the view is nice. See where Roane State faculty Bruce Cantrell and Jessica Fain will live and teach while staying underwater for 73 days. While in this habitat -- it's the size of a dorm room -- they will host a weekly lecture series and teach a college-level course.
https://wn.com/Tour_Of_The_Underwater_Habitat
ROV and Underwater Testing at the Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL) | Oceaneering
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ROV and Underwater Testing at the Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL) | Oceaneering

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Oceaneering Space Systems (OSS) is a subcontractor at NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL), aka the big pool. We perform underwater testing for the oil & gas industry to help mitigate risks for your Subsea applications. The facility is available for your underwater testing needs with a fully integrated Millennium Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) resident at the facility. There is no other facility like this in the world. Watch the video and visit our website for more details: http://www.oceaneering.com/nbl/ Share this Video: http://youtu.be/9IVKVg9lyU0
https://wn.com/Rov_And_Underwater_Testing_At_The_Neutral_Buoyancy_Lab_(Nbl)_|_Oceaneering
MSc Subsea Engineering
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MSc Subsea Engineering

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Postgraduate Lead, Ibiye Iyalla speaks about the benefits and features of the MSc Subsea Engineering course. See our website for more information about MSc Subsea Engineering http://www.rgu.ac.uk/subseaengineering
https://wn.com/Msc_Subsea_Engineering
Oilgear Subsea Control Test Stand
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Oilgear Subsea Control Test Stand

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Oilgear's subsea hydraulic control (BOP, ROV, pod) test stand at its R&D facility in Traverse City, Michigan. Fall 2015 testing of Oilgear variable-displacement, axial-piston pumps, directional control valves (SPM), and ultra-duty accumulators at the former Olmsted Products laboratory.
https://wn.com/Oilgear_Subsea_Control_Test_Stand
Makai's Heave Analysis Tool for Subsea Power Cables
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Makai's Heave Analysis Tool for Subsea Power Cables

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https://wn.com/Makai's_Heave_Analysis_Tool_For_Subsea_Power_Cables
German underwater habitat "Helgoland"
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German underwater habitat "Helgoland"

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A piece of German diving history. Today a museum exhibition at "Nautineum" in Stralsund (Dänholm), Germany Visit www.nautineum.de for further information Music: Terrasound - A beautiful memory
https://wn.com/German_Underwater_Habitat_Helgoland
Halliburton Electro-Hydraulic Control System: Dash™EH
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Halliburton Electro-Hydraulic Control System: Dash™EH

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  • Updated: 21 May 2014
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The Dash™EH control system is a key safety technology designed to work in conjunction with Veto™, Halliburton's premier 15,000 PSI subsea safety system. DashEH provides a rapid, dual-barrier well shut-in and landing string disconnect with no excess complexity. To learn more: http://bit.ly/1iSFEDh © 2014 Halliburton. All Rights Reserved.
https://wn.com/Halliburton_Electro_Hydraulic_Control_System_Dash™Eh
TechnipFMC: Taking Subsea Risers to the Next Level
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TechnipFMC: Taking Subsea Risers to the Next Level

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Advanced computing technology allows TechnipFMC to process complex subsea riser configurations with minimal processing time. This impressive technology has attracted clients from around the world who are turning to TechnipFMC to develop the most robust riser designs possible using their optimal configurations.
https://wn.com/Technipfmc_Taking_Subsea_Risers_To_The_Next_Level
DiamondWrap Subsea Installation Video
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DiamondWrap Subsea Installation Video

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DiamondWrap® SubSea™ is the premier carbon fiber wrap system used to rehabilitate and restore original operational strength to damaged, corroded and eroded underwater piping systems. DiamondWrap® SubSea™ is engineered to provide strength that enables a submerged pipe to be restored to maximum allowable operating pressure (MAOP) without shutting down. The system is comprised of the three components, each thoroughly and independently tested at both the university and international laboratory level. The first component is an epoxy primer, which ensures complete bonding and load transfer between the repair and the substrate. The second component and most unique feature of the DiamondWrap® SubSea™ system, is its selection of bi-directional woven carbon-fiber materials, which provides reinforcement in the hoop and axial directions and is the strongest available non-metallic repair on the market. The third part of the binding force in the system is the polymeric epoxy resin, which allows for uniform loading thorough the entire wrap. For repairs that require surfaces to be modified (e.g.: heavy pitting or irregular shapes), the high modulus filler can be applied. These components form a composite system that is stronger than steel. The structural system forms a pipe around a pipe, and each successive wrap increases the pressure rating. Minimal creep ensures a long service life. http://cittech.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/DiamondWrap-Subsea-Info-Sheet-2012-12.pdf
https://wn.com/Diamondwrap_Subsea_Installation_Video
Timelapse - Installation of Gullfaks Subsea Wet Gas Compression
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Timelapse - Installation of Gullfaks Subsea Wet Gas Compression

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Timelapse video of Gullfaks Subsea Wet Gas Compression installation.
https://wn.com/Timelapse_Installation_Of_Gullfaks_Subsea_Wet_Gas_Compression
Subsea Housing being milled (by FirScot Ltd, Scotland)
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Subsea Housing being milled (by FirScot Ltd, Scotland)

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Subsea Housing being milled.
https://wn.com/Subsea_Housing_Being_Milled_(By_Firscot_Ltd,_Scotland)
Profiling Underwater Submersibles - AT&T Archives
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Profiling Underwater Submersibles - AT&T Archives

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See more from the AT&T Archives at http://techchannel.att.com/archives SCARABs, or "Submersible Crafts Assisting Repair and Burial" were small submarines that initially were built to plow and lay telecommunications cables under the ocean. However, during the 1970s, Bell Laboratories decided to rebuild their SCARABs into underwater robots—robots with a much greater range of tasks to perform. SCARAB I and II were rebuilt at the Holmdel branch of Bell Laboratories from 1977 to 1981. They were deployed in different cable laying ships as their normal routine. However, their moment in the sun—and the moment that prompted the making of this video, SCARAB: Proves Quality at Great Depths—was the subs' use in search and recovery for the crash of Air India Flight 182, which was caused by terrorist activity. The SCARAB subs in that effort were essential, since the crash had to have a thorough investigation, and all of the evidence lay under 6700 feet of water. However, the black box flight recorders were initially recovered by the SCARAB robots after 18 days, and the robots also provided some debris recovery assistance as well. After that high-profile task, the SCARABS returned to their regular activities on various AT&T and other telecom cable ships, helping lay the first fiber optic cables that stretched around the globe. For more about the SCARAB's very first cable trenching assignment, see the film Voices from the Deep, from 1969. An article from the Boston Globe circa 1985 lays out the submarines' capabilities and specs. These have, of course, since been surpassed by later generations of both SCARABs, Sea Plows, and Sea Tractors. As of 2010, some of the original SCARAB machines were still in use. Footage Courtesy of AT&T Archives and History Center, Warren, NJ
https://wn.com/Profiling_Underwater_Submersibles_At_T_Archives
Tour of the Turbomachinery Laboratory with Jimmy McLean
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Tour of the Turbomachinery Laboratory with Jimmy McLean

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New corporate laboratory for marine and offshore sector - 25Nov2013
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New corporate laboratory for marine and offshore sector - 25Nov2013

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SINGAPORE: The new S$75 million Keppel-NUS Corporate Laboratory was launched in Singapore on Monday. One of its research aims is to develop technological solutions to meet the challenges of oil and gas exploration and production in harsh environments like the Arctic. It is the second corporate laboratory launched under a scheme by the National Research Foundation to enhance collaboration between universities and industries. The first - the Rolls-Royce@NTU Corporate Lab - was launched in July 2013. The Keppel-NUS Corporate Lab is the first involving a local company. The Arctic is rich in petroleum and mineral resources. But it is also a harsh environment where temperatures can dip to as low as minus 60 degrees. Getting to these resources is a challenge that can hopefully be overcome through more focused research efforts. Michael Chia, managing director (Marine and Technology) at Keppel Offshore & Marine, said: "It is an area where not a lot of experience has been gained so far. And ice is something which is quite unpredictable, especially even more so now with climate change... So we need to look at those instances whereby we can develop our structures to be able to sustain that kind of different environmental conditions." Currently, Keppel has icebreaker vessels operating in the Arctic, but it wants to build rigs that can operate there as well. It hopes to deploy arctic jack-up drilling rigs there by 2020. The Keppel-NUS Corporate Laboratory signifies deeper collaboration and synergy between industry and academia. This means that Keppel can bring industry-related challenges to the table to see if researchers can come up with solutions to them. For researchers it is also an opportunity for them to suss out how commercially viable their projects are. Other research areas at the new lab include refining current deepwater technology for oil and gas exploration and production, developing competencies to explore and exploit mineral resources in deep oceans in an environmentally-friendly way, and increasing productivity while reducing reliance on manpower in some shipyard activities such as welding, painting and operations in confined spaces. Professor Low Teck Seng, CEO of the National Research Foundation, said: "I think what is important for us in Singapore is to make sure the investments we have made in research and development get translated so that there is accrued benefit to Singapore and Singaporeans. "So this aspect of translation can only be effected if you bring companies together with our research performers, the universities and research institutes. So having this Keppel corporate lab in NUS is a very pro-active approach in seeing how we can actually catalyse and accelerate translation of technologies in a very important area for us, because Keppel is number one in certain areas of technology in the marine-offshore space." Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean said at the launch that the new lab will add vibrancy to the marine and offshore industry in Singapore. Mr Teo, who is also chairman of the National Research Foundation, said: "We hope the Keppel-NUS collaboration will encourage other local companies to forge strategic alliances with our research performers, to do future-oriented, practical research that creates economic value for Singapore and good jobs for Singaporeans." The partnership between Keppel Corporation and NUS will involve 44 principal investigators, co-principal investigators and external collaborators. It will also create 54 new positions for research fellows and engineers and train some 30 PhD and Masters students in five years. Today, Singapore's marine and offshore industry contributes S$13 billion, or 1.6 per cent, to the gross domestic product, and hires some 20,000 Singaporeans and permanent residents, mainly in skilled jobs. The new lab will be based at the NUS Faculty of Engineering. www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/new-corporate-laboratory/899122.html
https://wn.com/New_Corporate_Laboratory_For_Marine_And_Offshore_Sector_25Nov2013
Savante Subsea and Underwater Lasers: Underwater subsea laser scanner modelling welds
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Savante Subsea and Underwater Lasers: Underwater subsea laser scanner modelling welds

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Savante's underwater subsea laser scanner herein is being used to create a 3D model of a test plate with a number of bad welds laid down on it. This candidate piece was used to secure an inspection campaign in the gulf of mexico. We have combined the topographic scanning capabilities of laser scanning with the wall thickness measurement capability of Ultrasonic thickness testing at 9Mhz. For more information, please visit our website at www.savante.co.uk
https://wn.com/Savante_Subsea_And_Underwater_Lasers_Underwater_Subsea_Laser_Scanner_Modelling_Welds
Subsea - Prototype Teaser
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Subsea - Prototype Teaser

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A small prototype made in a week at TAG Lab in Montreal as part of an exploratory game creation program called Critical Hit. Subsea is a small musical game played using a midi controller with 16 pads and a knob. Steer yourself through a milky protoplasm. Wake the quiet creatures to create a dynamic soundscape. Game page: http://tmblr.co/ZBn6Ov1JwpztH
https://wn.com/Subsea_Prototype_Teaser
Portunus: Secure Offshore Transshipment Ports
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Portunus: Secure Offshore Transshipment Ports

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The technical elements that make Portunus an economically viable and secure offshore port that can meet Safe Port Act requirements. The ports handle containerized and bulk freight as well as address the transoceanic private craft threats involving weapons of mass destruction, human trafficking and drug interdiction.
https://wn.com/Portunus_Secure_Offshore_Transshipment_Ports
SUBSEA PEC coated pipe inspection
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SUBSEA PEC coated pipe inspection

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SUBSEA PEC machine during coated pipeline inspection through 55mm of concrete, at 123uwm. Rotary system movement for Wall Thickness mapping, 1 meter scan along the pipe, 360° around.
https://wn.com/Subsea_Pec_Coated_Pipe_Inspection
Sonardyne in Space -  Wireless Integrity Monitoring at NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Lab
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Sonardyne in Space - Wireless Integrity Monitoring at NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Lab

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We had the opportunity to showcase our latest optical, wireless, imaging, and acoustic technology alongside OneSubsea and Saab at NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL). NASA's NBL is an underwater training facility used to prepare astronauts for the micro-gravity conditions they will experience in space. At 202 feet long, 101 feet wide and 40 feet deep, and holding 6.2 million gallons of water, the pool is the largest indoor body of water in the world and contains a full size replica of the International Space Station (ISS). Around the pool, we deployed acoustic data telemetry, sonar imaging and optical communications technologies to simulate some of the typical remote inspection and intervention scenarios its low risk technology can be utilised for. 6G sensor nodes suspended mid-water were used to show how critical data from remote assets such as satellite wells can be recovered using robust, long range acoustic communications. On the pool floor was Sentry IMS, a wide area sonar that automatically warns operators of integrity breaches around subsea oil and gas assets. Positioning moving targets in the water was Ranger 2, a high accuracy system for tracking and commanding ROVs and AUVs as they carry out their work. Our high speed optical data modem, BlueComm, was installed on Saab Seaeye’s Sabertooth hybrid ROV/AUV. A link was established to a matching BlueComm unit on apparatus designed to replicate a subsea manifold. This enabled through-water wireless control of the vehicle including commanding the actuation of a standard Class 4 subsea valve. A simultaneous video feed provided by BlueComm from the Sabertooth to poolside control allowed the vehicle’s pilot, and the gathered audience, to monitor the valve operation. After docking in a separate, optically enabled subsea docking station, BlueComm was also used to harvest mission data at very high data rates and to provide the vehicle with details of its next mission. With the exception of an acoustic emergency stop using our WSM6+ mini-beacon, BlueComm was the only means of communication between the Sabertooth ROV/AUV and shore during the entire 30 minute demonstration run.
https://wn.com/Sonardyne_In_Space_Wireless_Integrity_Monitoring_At_Nasa’S_Neutral_Buoyancy_Lab
NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab with Space Station Training Modules
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NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab with Space Station Training Modules

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Overview of lab environment About WFS WFS Technologies Ltd is a global leader in subsea wireless instrumentation and control solutions for the Offshore Oil and Gas, Renewables, Environmental, Defense and Consumer industries. WFS Technologies Ltd 7 Houston Interchange Business Park Livingston EH54 5DW Phone: +44(0)845 862 6600 http://www.wfs-tech.com/
https://wn.com/Nasa_Neutral_Buoyancy_Lab_With_Space_Station_Training_Modules
Halliburton's Advanced Perforating Flow Laboratory
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Halliburton's Advanced Perforating Flow Laboratory

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The Advanced Perforating Flow Laboratory at Halliburton's Jet Research Center is an industry leader in perforating system research, development and test programs. Schedule your visit today: http://bit.ly/VKHHva. For more than ten years, we have conducted tests tailored specifically for your needs to help you better understand actual downhole conditions and perforating system performance. To meet your developing challenges, Halliburton has expanded the lab with leading-edge vessels and technologies. These vessels will provide you with the most accurate information possible today regarding the effects of perforations in different formations and in different environments. This facility gets you as close to the real world as you can get in a laboratory setting. Learn more: http://www.halliburton.com/en-US/ps/wireline-perforating/wireline-and-perforating/perforating-services/default.page © 2012 Halliburton. All Rights Reserved.
https://wn.com/Halliburton's_Advanced_Perforating_Flow_Laboratory
Underwater camera calibration for ROV minerva by: NTNU AUR-lab
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Underwater camera calibration for ROV minerva by: NTNU AUR-lab

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This video is of a checkerboard that are being placed at 70 meters depth to do a stereo camera calibration. In the movie you will se how we got the checkerboard down to the the sea bottom and up again.
https://wn.com/Underwater_Camera_Calibration_For_Rov_Minerva_By_Ntnu_Aur_Lab
Research on Dead Zones and the VENUS Lab
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Research on Dead Zones and the VENUS Lab

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The VENUS undersea laboratory, off the coast of British Columbia, is helping scientists study a seasonal dead zone in Saanich Inlet off the coast of Vancouver Island. Underwater monitoring instruments, linked to onshore labs by optical-fibre cable, provide continuous real-time data that shows how changes in the levels of dissolved oxygen in ocean water affect marine life—a case study that sheds light on other dead zones around the world. http://nature.ca
https://wn.com/Research_On_Dead_Zones_And_The_Venus_Lab
Maritime Engineering & Mundal Subsea Offshore technology day exhibition film
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Maritime Engineering & Mundal Subsea Offshore technology day exhibition film

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Maritime Engineering and Mundal Subsea
https://wn.com/Maritime_Engineering_Mundal_Subsea_Offshore_Technology_Day_Exhibition_Film