NETmc Marine is pleased to announce the launch of it’s new service Video SEE for accessing streaming video. The Video SEE service is aimed at any company that has a requirement to remotely view live video feeds from a vessel or an offshore installation. With minimal vessel setup required, and using the clients own internet connection, Video SEE enables several viewers to log onto a web page and view the video stream. Using the Video SEE multi-view facility, more than one video feed can be viewed, even video from more than one vessel can be viewed at the same time on the same screen, the viewer can then select one of the views for enlarging should they wish.
Recognised across the global subsea industry for its market leading leak detection capabilities, the OceanSENSE Leak Detection System has reinforced its cutting edge technology credentials by forging a new and discreet subsea application.
Historically, the detection of seafloor cement returns during the spudding of new wells was an expensive and inexact science. With ROV mounted PH meters and cameras often proving wholly inadequate for the job, rig time and money were wasted with operators in some cases pumping up to 300% more cement than required to spud the well. OceanSENSE has removed the doubt and guess work from cement detection and is proven to reduce rig time and cementing related costs.
Bowtech Products Ltd (‘Bowtech’), a market leader in underwater and harsh environment vision systems, has announced that they have added a new camera to their low light camera range – the Explorer Lite. Bowtech will be discussing the Explorer Lite at this year’s Euronaval exhibition on Stand F90, which is being held from the 22nd to the 26th of October 2012, at the Paris - Le Bourget Exhibition Centre in France.
Introducing the OptoLink Single Fibre Connector
The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group is pleased to introduce the OptoLink Single Fibre Connector - a small sized, however, highly significant addition to MacArtney's successful OptoLink fibre optic connector range.
A new addition to a leading underwater connector range
MacArtney has recently launched the micro 21 pin connector, which marks the latest addition to the series of wet mateable connectors in the SubConn® range. This latest addition has been designed for underwater technology projects requiring multiple sensor, signal and data connections - along with power connections. In particular, the 21 pin SubConn® connector is ideal for applications that require a large number of connections within a limited space.
EvoLogics GmbH, a leading manufacturer of underwater information and communication systems from Berlin, Germany, is proud to announce the EvoLogics underwater acoustic modem emulator that recently underwent successful beta-testing and will soon be available to the customers.
Subsea intervention specialist Marin Group has unveiled a versatile new high-volume grab tool designed for use across a range of applications, including large-scale brownfield clearance.
Forum Energy Technologies, Inc. announced the successful testing of its subsea Blowout Preventer Actuation Tool (BOP-AT) on a live well off the coast of West Africa at a water depth of over 1000 meters. The tool closes the blow out preventer remotely using only the power provided by a remotely operated vehicle (ROV).
LinkQuest Inc. has been busy recently producing around 500 underwater acoustic modems for offshore oil field applications. LinkQuest's industry-leading underwater acoustic modems have been extensively used in the offshore oil fields worldwide.