NATO Underwater Diving Working Group IR now full

17th October 2017

Sonistics are pleased to announce that twelve companies have now signed up to host the Industry Reception which supports the NATO UDWG. The Industry Reception will be held in April 2018 at the Scandic Hotel in Copenhagen.

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FLYING SUBMARINE ENVISAGED BY SAAB SEAEYE ENGINEER

11th October 2017

A futuristic flying fish-styled defence system for the Royal Navy, was envisaged by Saab Seaeye systems engineer, Ali Roy. With defence dangers acute at the waterline, she designed an organic shaped concept with the nimble agility to both fly and swim – to avoid detection or pursue a quarry. Joining a team of the UK’s …

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Sonistics off to Wonderful Copenhagen!

6th October 2017

Sam Hopkins will be visiting the Scandic Hotel in Copenhagen to check out the venue for the NATO Underwater Diving Working Group (UDWG) meeting being held there in April 2018. Copenhagen is wreathed in myth and mystery so Sonistics hope that Sam returns OK without being spirited away at the Tivoli! Any diving companies who …

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TIGERS CLEAR NUCLEAR WASTE

3rd October 2017

  Legacy ponds at Sellafield Two Saab Seaeye Tiger robotic vehicles are to work in the radioactive ponds at the Sellafield nuclear site. They were chosen because their proven thruster reliability is vitally important in a highly corrosive environment where maintenance intervention is hazardous to humans. “Reliability is key for the health of operators,” explains …

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JFD demonstrates NATO Submarine Rescue System capabilities during major international exercise 20170915_130650 amended.jp

27th September 2017

  JFD, the world-leading submarine rescue and diving equipment company and part of James Fisher and Sons plc, has recently taken part in a major international submarine rescue exercise, Dynamic Monarch ‘17, which required it to demonstrate the NATO Submarine Rescue System (NSRS) capability, as well as provide training on various elements of the system. …

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FEMALE AMERICAN STUDENTS EXPLORE FUTURE OF ROBOTICS

12th September 2017

Female marine-study students are showing a particular interest in electric underwater robotics says Northwestern Michigan College, the first in America to offer a Bachelor of Science in Maritime Technology. Taking the Falcon offshore allows students to explore the potential of underwater robotic systems in a practical environment. This chimes with studies by America’s National Science …

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Sonistics on-line SMERAS directory hits DSEi

11th September 2017

DSEi opens it’s doors tomorrow (12 September 2017) with many of the Sonistics SMERAS members exhibiting. Check out who will be there at this link: Sonistics will be with partners LogSub in the Brazilian Pavilion – stand N8-130

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Naval Today update

11th September 2017

See the latest from Naval Today:

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HOUSTON SEES SAAB SEAEYE EXPAND

6th September 2017

The world’s largest manufacturer of e-robotic underwater systems, Saab Seaeye is further expanding its operations in Houston, USA. This comes as interest grows in the region for Saab Seaeye’s advanced smart robotic systems. Offshore operators and other users of underwater vehicles are seeing considerable savings coming from Saab Seaeye’s latest innovative robotic technology. Miniaturisation and …

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SAAB SEAEYE JOINS WITH NOC MARINE ROBOTICS INNOVATION CENTRE

6th September 2017

World leading underwater robotics company, Saab Seaeye, has joined the National Oceanography Centre’s (NOC) Marine Robotics Innovation Centre, as an Associate Member. Since its foundation in 1986, Saab Seaeye has pioneered many innovations that have revolutionised the underwater systems industry and helped establish its lead position in the world of electric underwater robotics For Saab …

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