Saab and Damen Team for Walrus Future Submarine Replacement Program

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 - 10:12

 

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APPLIED ACOUSTICS’ 400TH USBL SYSTEM BOUND FOR CANADA

Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - 10:07

Another milestone was reached recently when Applied Acoustics’ sold its 400th USBL system to its long standing Canadian distributor, ROMOR Ocean Solutions based in Nova Scotia. The system, the Spread Spectrum rack-mount Nexus, is bound for the Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) located in St John’s, Newfoundland. This organisation provides a variety of diverse services to clients in the region including fish harvesters, the shipping industry, port authorities, environmentalists and the scientific community.

 

Chinese submarine dives into Indian Ocean to hunt for gold

Monday, January 5, 2015 - 09:14

BEIJING: A Chinese submersible vessel has conducted its first deep dive in the Indian Ocean in search of rare metals. The project involves collecting samples of hydrothermal fluid and sulfide, a kind of seabed deposit containing copper, zinc and precious metals such as gold and silver.

The project, which involves exploring the Indian Ocean for 120 days, reflects China's hunger for resources, and its long-term development plans, sources said. The vessel will also obtain samples of rocks, sediment and water from selected spots in the India Ocean.

Poland to Search for Its Famous WWII Submarine

Saturday, January 3, 2015 - 12:34


Two Polish teams will search this year for the Polish submarine ORP Orzel, which disappeared in the North Sea in May 1940 during a mission with the Allies in World War II.

The two searches will be conducted by the Culture Ministry and the Maritime Museum in the Baltic port of Gdansk.

Built in the Netherlands, ORP Orzel started service in 1939, and fought German ships after Hitler's army invaded Poland Sept. 1, 1940. The vessel was held that month in Tallinn by then-neutral Estonia, but escaped.

German shipbuilders ThyssenKrupp convinced they remain in race for Australian submarine contract

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 15:23

HMAS Dechaineux participating in an exercise off Darwin.

 

German shipbuilders jostling to win the right to build Australia's next fleet of submarines are convinced they will remain in the race for the project when the Government announces a selection process "within days".

 

Saab to overhaul Swedish Navy's HMS Sodermanland submarine

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 15:21

The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) has awarded a contract to Saab to overhaul the navy's Sodermanland-class diesel-electric submarine, HMS Sodermanland.

 

The latest $16.02m order forms part of the letter of intent concerning the Swedish Armed Forces' underwater potential, which covers the period from 2015 to 2024.

 

APPLIED ACOUSTICS ‘MADE THE WORLD BETTER WITH A SWEATER’

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 09:42

Applied Acoustic Engineering, a subsea manufacturing company based in Great Yarmouth, took part in the Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day on December 12th and raised more than £200 for the worthy charity that tackles child poverty in 120 countries throughout the world.

 

All the money raised by Save The Children in its Christmas Jumper initiative will be match funded by the British government, so the money raised by Applied Acoustics will be doubled up, making that jumper more an asset for good causes than a hideous item of clothing!

NEW RANGE OF ON-LINE & PORTABLE WATER QUALITY MONITORING SYSTEMS FROM CHELSEA TECHNOLOGIES GROUP

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 09:30

CTG has launched an exciting new range of on-line & portable monitoring systems which provide significant advances in monitoring key parameters within the Water Industry.

 

Addressing the management of both water supply and water recovery plants, CTG has launched the Bacti-Station, Bacti-Wader, BOD-Station, BOD-Wader, Algae-Station, Algae-Wader, Oil-Station & Oil-Wader Systems. For monitoring misconnections within the network the new Cross-Check portable system is also now an option.

 

Russian reindeer put on weight during happy spell as diving mate to British World War II submarine crew

Monday, December 15, 2014 - 10:04

A black and white photo of a man in a naval uniform hugging a reindeer in the 1940s

Commander Geoffrey Sladen with Pollyanna the Russian reindeer© National Museum of the Royal Navy