MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT VISITS WORLD LEADER SAAB SEAEYE

25th July 2016

The Member of Parliament for Fareham, Suella Fernandes, visited Saab Seaeye, the world’s largest electric underwater robotic systems manufacturer. During her tour of the facilities at Fareham with Saab Seaeye’s managing director, Jon Robertson, the MP met the staff and saw advanced underwater robotic systems with exceptional technological capabilities including an ability to descend three …

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UK Parliament votes to renew submarine-based nuclear arsenal

21st July 2016

British Royal Navy submarine HMS Vengeance, the fourth and final Vanguard-class submarine returning to HMNB Clyde, Faslane British lawmakers voted Monday to replace the country’s aging fleet of nuclear-armed submarines with new vessels, heeding Prime Minister Theresa May’s warning that relinquishing atomic weapons would be a “reckless gamble.” May’s Conservative government is committed to keeping …

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Israeli University Orders ROV from Saab Seaeye

18th July 2016

Israel’s University of Haifa has ordered a Saab Seaeye Leopard electric remotely operated vehicle (ROV). The University says that having no other technological platform like it in Israel, the Leopard will be a key resource for a new deep-sea research center which opened recently. The purchase was enabled thanks to the generous support of The …

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BAE and Rolls face fresh doubts over Navy’s new nuclear submarines

18th July 2016

An artist’s impression of the Successor nuclear missile submarines   BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce’s ability to deliver the new Successor nuclear missile submarines to replace the ageing Trident fleet faces fresh doubts ahead of a crucial vote on the huge project. On Monday MPs will decide on whether to press ahead with the programme – …

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Fishing Boat Snares Submarine Off Cornish Coast

14th July 2016

A fishing boat has caught a submarine in its nets off the coast of Cornwall. The French crew and the Portuguese sub spent two hours trying to untangle themselves – around 34 miles off the Lizard. Those onboard the Daytona did not realise the 220ft Tridente had strayed into their nets, as it took part …

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Oceaneering to Provide ROV and Subsea Tooling under Master Service Agreement with Heerema Marine Contractors

13th July 2016

Oceaneering International, Inc. (“Oceaneering” or the “Company”) (OII) announced that it has entered into a Master Service Agreement with Heerema Marine Contractors Nederland SE (“HMC”) through December 2020.  During this time Oceaneering will provide up to ten Remotely Operated Vehicle (“ROV”) systems with associated subsea tooling, engineering and technicians to support HMC’s global operations, including …

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HMS Courageous: Retired Submarine Gets A Makeover

12th July 2016

A former Royal Navy submarine has been reopened to the public after receiving months of work to her casing. Nuclear-powered boat HMS Courageous was once at the forefront of the Royal Navy’s defence against the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Now, she’s been preserved as a museum at Devonport Naval Base. HMS Courageous was …

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Forum Energy Technologies Receives Order for Three Remotely Operated Vehicles

11th July 2016

Forum Energy Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: FET) announced today that it has received an order from New Orient Marine Pte. Ltd, to supply three remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for its multi-purpose ice-class vessel currently under construction in Singapore. The order includes two Perry™ XLX 200 horsepower, 4,000 meter Work Class ROV systems and one Sub-Atlantic™ Comanche …

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THE ISLAND OF GOLD, THE LEOPARD AND THE FALCON

30th June 2016

Marco Polo described Japan as the Island of Gold for its vast natural gold deposits, long since mined out. But in the oceans offshore the seabed still holds a wealth of gold and other valuable mineral reserves created by hydrothermal activity from hot water venting at 300°C which contains dissolved metals that form ore deposits …

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Analox Military Systems attend SMERWG as primary sponsors

29th June 2016

  Analox Military Systems attend SMERWG as primary sponsors Analox Military Systems (AMS), attended the NATO Submarine Escape and Rescue Working Group (SMERWG) in June as primary sponsors   Vicky Pigg, Sales and Marketing Director, and Jo Burke, Key Accounts Manager, attended the event which was held in Portsmouth from 7 to 10 June, with …

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