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行业信息

OceanTech Program 2023 
May 17-19
Zhejiang University
Zhoushan Campus
Zhoushan, Zhejiang Province
China
6th Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference 2023 (AWTEC)
May 19-22, 2023
Zhoushan and Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province
China

OceanTech Program 2023

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Introduction
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OceanTech Program 2021 
May 19 - 21  
Zhejiang University
Zhoushan Campus
Zhoushan, Zhejiang Province
China
Final Program Guide
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Image: Shanghai Electric AWTEC - 6th Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference

Shanghai Electric produces its first EW8.X-230  offshore wind turbine generator designed for China's medium-low wind speeds just above the sea surface typically encountered off the Chinese shoreline

- Designed for an average annual wind speed of 7.5 metres per second


100-meter carbon fiber blades

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Images: Zhejiang University
Fun Friday

First "International Competition on Modern Bamboo Structure Building Design" yields 71 design works in total with the registrations from over 200 student teams in more than 50 universities 
- The competition was organized by
- Zhejiang University - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Institute (ZJUI)
- Zhejiang University (Ninghai) Joint Research Center for Bio-based Materials and Carbon Neutral Development
- China Wood Protection Industry Association

- The Engineered Bamboo Structures Task Committee of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
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Image: Ocean News & Technology

Sounder USV from Kongsberg Maritime becomes first Uncrewed Surface Vehicle in Peruvian Fishing Company TASA's fleet
Equipped with acoustic technology including two echosounders, a low frequency sonar and a CTD sensor
- "Guardian del Mar"  will gather information on the state of marine resources such as mackerel, horse mackerel and anchoveta and provide information on the location of schools, etc. for TASA's 48 vessel fleet with operating costs representing about 0.6% of an average fishing fleet vessel
- Eight meters length with a maximum speed of 12 knots

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Image: :2021 Voters Choice Award – Grand Prize: Fuad Azminuddin, Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology (KIOST), Ocean Circulation Research Center, Busan / Teledyne Marine

Fun Friday

Teledyne Marine 2022 Photo / Data Contest

"Teledyne Marine is pleased to kick-off of our annual photo/data contest in which we invite customers to share photos of Teledyne Marine products in action in the office, lab, or field; or data samples collected using our products -- and we invite everyone to vote for their favorite submissions"

- The Contest Ends on August 31, 2022

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 - 2021 Contest Winners Gallery & Video

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Image: DNV

Fun Friday

When and how will hydrogen scale toward 2050?

- “Hydrogen is essential to decarbonize sectors that cannot be electrified, like aviation, maritime, and high-heat manufacturing and should therefore be prioritized for these sectors,” said Remi Eriksen, Group President and CEO of DNV
- Summary and download link for the complete report "Hydrogen Forecast to 2050"
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Image: Avikus / gCaptain


Image: PorMare / The Maritime Executive

New standards for autonomous navigation and operations recently set by two transoceanic voyages in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans - though human intervention was required for both journeys
- Avikus, a subsidiary of HD Hyundai, announced the successful voyage of the LNG carrier Prism Courage from Freeport, Texas to South Korea’s Boryeong LNG Terminal, via the Panama Canal. The 33-day voyage covered roughly 10,800 nautical miles, of which half was navigated autonomously using Avikus’ HiNAS 2.0 technology
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- The "Mayflower" Autonomous Ship arrived in Halifax, Canada on June 5 completing its historic Atlantic crossing and becoming the largest uncrewed craft to complete the Atlantic crossing
- Voyage estimated at 3,490 miles in 40 days with an unplanned two-week layover in the Azores after they detected mechanical failures. After tests and refueling, the voyage resumed
- “intermittent, low-level failures,” prompted the decision to divert to Canada and end the voyage with a tow into Halifax
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Image: CorPower Ocean / Offshore Energy

AWTEC - 6th Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference

CorPack and C4 Unveil event of the CorPower C4 Wave Energy Converter and the CorPack wave clusters – our building blocks for wave energy farms.

-The new full-scale CorPower C4 device will ultimately form part of a four-system wave energy array, located off the coast of Aguçadoura, Portugal, creating one of the world’s first grid-connected wave farms
- "Patrik Möller, CorPower Ocean’s CEO, said: “After a decade of development efforts, we are thrilled to unveil the CorPower C4 and the CorPack – our first commercial scale products."

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CorPack and C4 Unveil event
- When: 2022-06-15 at 13.00 CET
- Where: Online event, broadcasted from the SPACE Arena in Stockholm, Sweden
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Image: The Renewables Consulting Group (RCG)

AWTEC - 6th Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference

Global offshore wind development capacity grew 89% in 2021, nearly doubling, according to new research conducted by The Renewables Consulting Group (RCG)

- More than 200 GW of new offshore wind projects were announced in both established markets, such as the United Kingdom and Netherlands, and new markets, such as Italy and Australia

- Brazil is now the global leader with over 97 GW, all in development

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Image: Sci Data 9275 (2022)

Fun Friday

"The International Bathymetric Chart of the Southern Ocean Version 2 (IBCSO v2)"

- New datasets initiated a second version of IBCSO (IBCSO v2). This version extends to 50°S (covering approximately 2.4 times the area of seafloor of the previous version)

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Image: Clark Little / AP

Fun Friday / AWTEC - 6th Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference

Photographer Clark Little, native of Oahu’s North Shore in Hawaii, has spent the last 15 years documenting shorebreak waves, the monster swells that roll in from the Pacific and crash directly onto the sand, unobstructed by reefs or shallow water

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Image: Hydro International

"Development of Digital Bathymetric Models from Hydroacoustic and Photogrammetric Data"
- a method for fusing data acquired using unmanned surface vehicle (USV) and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) measurement platforms to develop a digital bathymetric model
The case analysed concerns shallow water and ultra-shallow water up to the boundary with the shoreline

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Image: Elaine Maslin / Marine Technology News

Introducing four of the newest commercially available Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) -

HII Hydroid REMUS 300

Kongsberg HUGIN Edge

Seaber YUCO

Teledyne Gavia SeaRaptor

- exhibited at Oceanology International in London earlier this year

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Image: China State Shipbuilding Corporation / offshoreWIND.biz

AWTEC - 6th Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference

Fuyao, China's largest floating wind turbine mounting a 6.2 MW typhoon-resistant wind turbine with a rotor diameter of 152 meters developed by China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) subsidiary Haizhuang Wind Power, was recently towed to its designated demonstration location 12.8 kilometers west of the Xuwen County, south of Guangdong Province


- The floating platform is 72 meters long with a draught of 33 meters, and a width of 80 meters
- The tower is 78 meters tall with the center height of the hub at 96 meters
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Images: Southern Ocean Laboratory / The Maritime Executive

World's first "Drone Carrier" recently launched by China's CSSC Huangpu Wenchong, a research ship purpose-built for carrying and deploying unmanned aircraft, surface vessels and submersibles

- The  Zhuhaiyun, or Zhuhai Cloud is 88.5 meters long and 14 meters wide, with a draft of 3.7 meters and displacement of about 2,000 metric tons. 
- It can be controlled remotely and autonomously in open waters
- It is designed for speeds of up to 18 knots, equivalent to about 33 kilometers an hour
- Chen Dake, an academician at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and director of Southern Marine Science and Engineering Guangdong Laboratory, which owns the vessel: "The vessel is not only an unprecedented precision tool at the frontier of marine science, but also a platform for marine disaster prevention and mitigation, seabed precision mapping, marine environment monitoring, and maritime search and rescue"

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Image: Minesto / Renewable Energy Magazine

AWTEC - 6th Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference

Minesto's Dragon 4 tidal power plant in Vestmanna, Faroe Islands successfully completes first week of commissioning

- "The large-scale build-out plan sets out a stepwise installation of tidal kite arrays, each with 20-40 MW installed capacity, at four verified locations
- "With a total capacity of 120 MW tidal energy, generating an estimated 350 GWh per year, the arrays would supply 40% of the Faroe Islands’ growing electricity consumption"

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Images: Ocean Infinity / Marine Technology News (top and bottom) / Splash 247 (center)

Fun Friday


Ocean Infinity, based in Houston USA, unveiled its first optionally crewed, low emission Armada 78-meter robotic ship
- First of eight 78 meter remotely controlled green ammonia powered ships
Six 85 meter and nine 21- and 36-meter ships are also being constructed and fitted out to yield a projected robotic fleet of 23 vessels

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行业信息

Image: Oceanology International/Marine Technology News Ocean Technology Events - Reed Exhibitions

Oceanology International 2020 at ExCel London is rescheduled for December 1 to December 3 2020

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Image: Oceans 2020 Ocean Technology Events - IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society / Marine Technology Society

Oceans 2020 Singapore at Marina Bay Sands Convention Center is rescheduled for August 11 to August 14 2020

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Image: SAUVC Ocean Technology Events - SAUVC

Singapore AUV Challenge - SAUVC 2020 - Singapore, August 14 to August 17
7 Years * 19 Countries * 93 AUVs * 0 Controls - Completely Autonomous

SAUVC is organised by IEEE OES Singapore with support of National University of Singapore and Singapore Polytechnic

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Image: Mocean Energy via RECHARGE
Wave Energy
 "...a genuine opportunity to showcase the potential for renewable energy to power a subsea application.”

Being launched by North Sea developer Chrysaor , the pilot project's partners include Mocean Energy (Blue Star wave energy converter),  EC-OG (HALO system for powering subsea tiebacks and offshore AUVs), Modus (AUV operator) and the Oil & Gas Technology Centre (Scotland).

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Image: Science Alert "...challenges to actuation, control, and power requirements in soft robotics."

Bionic jellyfish may soon be swiming in a sea near you

"...this biohybrid robot uses 10 to 1000 times less external power per mass than other aquatic robots reported..."

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Image: Offshore Engineer and Heerema Marine Contractors Ocean Engineering Southeast Asia and Australia - Offshore Platforms

"...decommissioning, followed by renewable energy and then conventional oil and gas, are the top three opportunities" 

"...a million tonnes of steel to be removed and thousands of wells to be sealed"

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Image: DNV GL Marine Acoustic Pollution

Norway based global marine accredited registrar and classifical society,  DNV GL, addresses growing levels of noise from human operations at sea

Ocean University of China's scientific research vessel 'DONG FANG HONG 3' awarded 'SILENT-R', achieving the strictest levels
 
 

 
Image: ON&T Sustainable Fishery and Fishery Management

Aker BioMarine deploys Sailbuoy wind and solar USV to harvest big data for Antarctic krill fishery management

"the use of the ocean data drone significantly reduces the financial and environmental costs of searching for krill. All the data collection carried out by the drone has a carbon footprint of zero."

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Image: Ocean Infinity Technology & Sustainability

A new "armada" of technologically advanced Unmanned Surface Vehicles by Ocean Infinity will take to the seas this year.

Each USV will be capable of launching and recovering Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV) and be fully equipped for offshore data acquisition and intervention down to a depth of 6,000 meters.

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 : Hydroid - REMUS 600 High-Resolution Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Sonar (HISAS) 2040 Image. Image is 20m x 20m and has a resolution of 2cm x 2cm. Edge Computing

Hydroid adds an in-mission processor on a REMUS 600 Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) 

Post mission data downloading time significantly reduced

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 Image: Science  - LWM/NASA/LANDSAT/ALAMY STOCK PHOTO Blue energy

Unlocking the energy potential of  estatuaries

 Utilizing chemical differences between fresh- and saltwater to generate electricity

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Image: NOAA/Wikimedia
Navigation 


Five papers on Maritime Issues presented at the Institute of Navigation’s (ION) annual ION GNSS+ conference September 16–20 2019 

Summaries and link from GPS World

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 Traditional drifters and small SPOT Trace buoys - photo credit: E. Zettler NIOZ / ON&T Space Tracking

Seaweed and Satellites 
NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, The University of Amsterdam (UvA) and Utrecht University reseachers are using Globalstar Satellite Trackers to untangle the Sargassum mystery

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Image: Hydromea’s LUMA modem. Hydromea; Offshore Engineer 
Ocean Technology Trends

"A rising march of miniaturization in Subsea Tech" 
"Smaller remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and smaller autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) are growing in number and in turn driving smaller technologies that support them."

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Image: Deploying SeaRaptor - ON&T, Teledyne Gavia
 AUV

SeaRaptor autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), successfully completes client's sea acceptance testing
Teledyne Marine's 6,000M rated AUV included Teledyne instrumentation: acoustic modems, ascent and descent weight releases, a black box pinger locator, sub-bottom profiler, multi-beam echosounders, obstacle avoidance multi-beam sonar, Doppler Velocity Log (DVL), Current, Temperature, and Depth sensor (CTD) , and onboard processing software.  Also carried by the SeaRaptor delivered: Edgetech Side Scan Sonar with Dynamic Focus capability, an iXblue Phins 6K INS system, and a CathX Camera and strobe system.
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Ocean Observation

Space based Lidar cloud scanning data repurposed to reveal new insights to the earth’s greatest animal migration

The diel vertical migration is critical for carbon sequestration in the deep ocean.

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Image: Del Mar Oceanographic Ocean Measurements

 “The challenge is to see enough of the ocean in a single experiment that we can figure out how it works,”
Dr. Robert Pinkel, Distinguished Professor (Emeritus) at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and co-founder of Del Mar Oceanographic

Lower cost, wave powered solution uses fewer moving parts and functions as a "Force Multiplier".
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Image: Oldendorff Carriers
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Ship Design

Oldendorff  Carriers and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Center for Bits and Atoms set out to investigate disruptive improvements in ship design and propulsion 

"Anticipated research areas include morphing structures, hydrodynamic cloaking, moving boundary layers, and alternative energy sources."

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Image: Kracken Robotics, Inc
Subsea Power

New pressure tolerant hot swappable batteries rated at 20 kWh each from Kraken Robotics successfully tested on several missions over 5,000 meters depth and one mission lasting over 100 hours on Ocean Infinity's Kongsberg Hugin AUVs.

Unique pressure tolerant gel encapsulation technology for lithium polymer batteries provides an attractively priced, more environmentally friendly alternative

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SD 1020 on its voyage aro und Antartica
Image: Saildrone/Popular Mechanics
Autonomous navigation and vehicles

UPDATE - Antarctica Autonomous Circumnavigation Voyage - More of the Story

- Three vessels set out; two encountered severe difficulties and autonomously returned to base; one vessel - SD 1020 - completed the 22,000 kilometer autonomous circumnavigation of Antarctica.

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Image: National Satellite Oceanic Application Center Satellite Oceanic Remote Sensing 

Color and water temperature gallery released by China's National Satellite Oceanic Application Center

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   Image: Laurel Technologies World War II Memorial Service - sinking of the 'Lisbon Maru' off of Zhoushan

里斯本丸的残骸上的水面扬起挽歌,送别二战时随沉船遇难的828个英灵

里斯本丸沉船带走的战俘的后人们不敢相信,竟能在今日,在这千里之外的沉船残骸的海面上,倾听海洋学家细细道来77年前先人渡过的最后一刻……再见吧父亲!

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  Image: Seatrade Maritime News Autonomous  Robotics  Unmanned Surface Vehicle  (USV)

A tugboat will go at it (almost) alone in 2020

ABB, in collaboration with Keppel O&M’s technology arm Keppel Marine and Deepwater Technology (KMDTech) will jointly develop the technology for autonomous vessels and retrofit a 32-metre tugboat with digital solutions

"The intent of our technology is not to entirely remove the crew, but rather to relieve the crew from the tasks that can be automated and thus enable them to perform at their best during critical operations,” 

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Investment

Shanghai’s municipal government issued Opinions on the Further Promotion of Foreign Investment in Shanghai

investment liberalization and facilitation of Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone (FTZ) and Lingang New Area 

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Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone Expansion

Lingang area is located in the southeast tip of Shanghai and is already home to over 500 projects, which include the presence of leading foreign companies like Tesla, General Electric (GE), and Siemens AG.

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Image: Blue Robotics

Ocean Industry News

New low visibility ROV scanning imaging sonar for navigation and related tasks is now on the market

Blue Robotics’ Ping360 sonar is a compact and economical mechanical scanning sonar featuring an open communication interface facilitating other applications using its data.

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  Ocean Industry Event:

The 5th Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (AWTEC 2020), to be held in November 8 - 12, 2020 in Hobart, Lutruwita (Tasmania), Australia. 

Abstract Submissions Open September 26, 2019


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26 Sept 2019

Image: Blue Ocean Monitoring Ltd

Ocean Industry Investment:

Survey technology company and energy producer combine forces in quest to disrupt ocean bottom seismic data acquisition.

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Image: Liquid Robotics

Ocean Industry News

New Wave Glider Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) is more robust with simplified
pre-launch operations including streamlined storage, transport, and mobilization.

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China's first domestically built polar icebreaker "Xuelong 2," or "Snow Dragon 2", berths at its home port in Shanghai, east China, July 23, 2019. (Xinhua/Zhang Jiansong)

 Xuelong 2 (Snow Dragon 2) to set off on its maiden voyage to Antartica in October

China's first domestically built polar icebreaker will begin its journey during the seventh China Marine Economy Expo, Oct.14 - 17 from the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.

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China Ocean Industry Events  
2019(第四届)青岛国际海洋科技展览会 2019(4th)Qingdao International Ocean Science & Technology Exhibition 24-26 September 2019      http://www.ostexpo.com/  
第二届海洋工程地质国际研讨会
2nd International Symposium on Marine Engineering Geology(ISMEG2019) Dalian
18-20 Oct 2019                 http://ismeg2019.dlut.edu.cn  
2019第十一届届中国(海南)国际海洋产业博览会

Chinese Society of Oceanography

The 11th China (Hainan) International Marine Industry Exposition  iOCEANS CHINA 2019

25-27 Oct 2019         
第七届Oi China中国展(上海国际海洋技术与工程设备展览会)
Oceanology International China  Shanghai
13-15 Nov 2019     https://www.oichina.com.cn/zh-cn.html  
第八届世界海洋大会BIT's 8th Annual World Congress of Ocean (WCO-2019)  Xiamen 2-4, Nov 2019       http://www.bitcongress.com/WCo2019/welcomemessage.asp  
第20届中国国际海事技术学术会议和展览会
Marintec China 2019 Shanghai
3-6 Dec 2019       https://www.marintecchina.com  
第十届中国(北京)国际海洋工程技术与装备展览会
China Maritime  Beijing
26-28 Mar 2020     http://www.chinamaritime.com.cn/  
   

The ESP prior to its placement in the autonomous vehicle that will take it to sea. © 2018 MBARI

eDNA autonomously collected by laboratory carrying UAV

"The merging of robotics, DNA analytics and marine operations will lead to a transformation in how we do ocean sciences"

 - Jim Birch, who oversees the MBARI (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute) group that developed the Environmental Sample Processor (ESP)

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Image: Hydo International

First Autonomous Circumnavigation of Antarctica 

The mission, sponsored by the Li Ka Shing Foundation,  completes pioneering 22,000 kilometre (13,670 miles) autonomous voyage around Antarctica, encountering freezing temperatures, 15-meter (50-foot) waves, 130 km/h (80 mph) winds, and collisions with giant icebergs.

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Image: South China Morning Post

Engineers developing a radical design for a super-fast robot submersible 

"Developers said the prototype will be capable of 10 knots and could dive to a depth of 1,000 metres (3,281 feet) – or surface from that depth – at about three metres a second, taking about 5½ minutes."

"Bold" design poses many hard questions for the research team

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Image: Picotech Ltd

Man-Portable Multibeam USV Unveiled by Picotech

"Combined with a small COTS USV, such as Seafloor Systems' HyDrone USV, PicoPOD is the only man-portable multibeam USV on the market.”

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Image: ELSI

Electricity-Driven Undersea Reactions May have Been Important for the Emergence of Life

Scientists from the Tokyo Institute of Technology/Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI) and the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) discover unusual chemical reactions in deep sea environment laboratory simulations.

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Image: Edge Tech 

EdgeTech performs high resolution  side scan sonar imaging for inspection and mapping of a key transportation canal 

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Image: Nandini Ramesh, University of California, Berkeley

Is my fish your fish?  Or, is your fish my fish?

How the world's fisheries are interconnected

International researchers used their expertise in oceanography, fish biology, and economics and combined data from satellites, ocean moorings, ecological field observations, and marine catch records, to build a computer model of how eggs and larvae of over 700 species of fish all over the world are transported by ocean currents.

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Zhejiang University participates in the UK-China ORE project, an industrial and educational partnership between the UK and China for the Offshore Renewable Energy sector.

Research on five collaborative, interdisciplinary projects aiming to tackle key technology and engineering challenges affecting the development of ORE systems presented at the UK-China Joint Renewable Energy Conference July 8-9 in Qingdao

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Image: JCOMM

Global Ocean Observing System Report Card 2019:

US$ 1,500,000,000,000/year – estimated Ocean Economy in 2030

2,000,000 Temperature and Salinity profiles acquired in 20 years by the Argo program

8,933 in situ ocean observing platforms

170 satellites continuously monitor the global ocean and atmosphere

86 countries involved in ocean observations

18 Ocean and 9 Atmosphere Essential Climate Variables (ECVs) observed

Joint Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology (JCOMM) of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC)

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Image: CC0 Public Domain "Nitrogen is of fundamental importance for life on Earth. Depending on the forms and compounds in which it occurs, it can promote life, but also limit it." 

Oceanic nitrogen cycle research moves on board research vessels MARIA S. MERIAN and METEOR in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans

GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel 

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Photo: A crescent-shaped dust plume off the west coast of northern Africa. Credit: NASA

“How healthy is your ocean?”

iAtlantic, the largest study ever of the Atlantic Ocean,involving researchers from 33 institutions across Europe, Argentina, Brazil, South Africa, Canada and the US in a new multidisciplinary research program seeking to assess the health of deep-sea ecosystems across the full span of the Atlantic Ocean. Work will span the full scale of the Atlantic basin, from the tip of Argentina in the south to Iceland in the north, and from the east coasts of USA and Brazil to the western margins of Europe and Africa.

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Autonomous data collection:

Ocean researchers from around the globe are quietly working with Mermaids (and have been for over 10 years) to learn much more about the earth’s active seismic events

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USV Maxilimer - XPRIZE Diverse, multi-national team clinches Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE for Advancements in Autonomous Ocean Exploration

“The Team is characterized by its diversity, from its global distribution, to diverse backgrounds ranging from ocean mapping, hydrography, geology, engineering, boat design, software development, physics and computer science that includes representatives of academic institutions, national hydrographic offices, industry and non-profit organizations.”
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Ocean mapping - XPRIZE The team, strategy and the Ocean Discovery XPRIZE
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OT 2019项目于2019年5月16日在浙江大学舟山校区举行一连三天的集学术会议、海洋高新技术装备展览、海上和实验室现场产品演示、技术交流会、人才招聘等综合性国际盛事。OT项目旨在依托中国海洋界自身的力量,让海洋界的专家、学者、科研机构、企事业单位等交流、学习、合作,建立新资源,聚焦国家在海洋技术装备领域的重大需求,为加速提升国家海洋技术装备水平作出贡献。同时为年轻人的发展提供机会,让年他们能在中国海洋界一大盛事当中接触顶尖的科学家和科技人员。OT海洋人才荟的事业平台由此诞生,将持续地为中国海洋界提供服务!目前发布招聘信息的单位和企业包括:上海交通大学海洋学院、厦门大学近海海洋环境科学国家重点实验室、浙江大学海洋学院、浙江国际海运职业技术学院、劳雷海洋、青岛海研电子有限公司、天津科技大学海洋与环境学院。有关招聘信息請按这..

 

Overview 

OceanTech Program
OT 2019
Zhejiang University
Zhoushan Campus

May 16 - 18 2019
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OT 2021 set for May 19-21 at  Zhejiang University's Ocean College Campus in Zhoushan

 

LIVE Demos Drive OT 2019 Program at Zhejiang University's Zhoushan Campus

OT 2021 set for May 19-21 at Zhejiang University's Ocean College Campus in Zhoushan

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“Slam-dunk” OT 2019 Program conducted live on Zhejiang University Zhoushan Campus

Dates set for OT 2021 – May 19-21

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Experts to consider a broad range of technological advancements in applications
Speakers announced for the International OceanTech Symposium May 16 at Zhejiang University Zhoushan Campus...
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University forum dives deep into collaboration and technological disruption to solve oceanic mysteries
PolyU hosts the first-of-its-kind international Marine Robotics Forum in HK

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR OCEAN BATHYMETRY TRAINING

WOC SMART Ocean-SMART Industries Program Assists to Promote Nippon Foundation - GEBCO Training Program in Ocean Bathymetry

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Be There for LIVE Demonstrations!!

LIVE Demons and research entities exhibiting at OceanTech 2019  (May 16-18, Zhejiang University Zhoushan Campus).  Among exhibitors: South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry and Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Ocean University of China …. Click for more

 

OceanTech 2019 in Action-- view live demos at Zhejiang University's Zhoushan Campus May 16 - 18

Seven Live Demos confirmed :
1. Live demo of Multibeam survey demo coordinated with Zhejiang University's Zijingang survey ship as mother vessel, carrying R2Sonic 2024, arrayed with two USVs -- 5.5m and 3m -- each with an R2sonic 2022 or 2024 on board…..
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OceanTech 2019 Program (OT 2019) –
May 16-18, 2019
The organizer announces the Program’s partnering organizations
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IMarEST & WOC
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OceanTech 2019
International Marine Industrial Partners
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The water in the deep ocean can provide insight and help unlock the earth's mysteries....
The long memory of the Pacific Ocean
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Beyond oil….Norway scans the seabed for minerals... ...
Norway Finds Deepsea Mineral Deposits
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Some of the most advanced AUVs and ROVs in the making may appear to be very familiar to you...
Octopus-Inspired Robots Can Grasp, Crawl, and Swim
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Three different approaches to enhancing robotic functionality
Three creepy, yet useful robots for rescue missions and deep space travel
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New Strands for Seismologists?

The seafloor cables that ferry internet
traffic across oceans could be used to collect data.
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A high precision airborne magnetic survey in September 2017 transformed into a mission for Fang Li, CEO of oceanographic systems provider Laurel Technologies.  Using a Flying-Cam SARAH 4.0 UAV platform integrated with Scintrex CS-VL Cesium-Vapor Magnetic sensor and the AARC51 adaptive aeromagnetic real-time compensator from RMS Instruments, a survey was performed over open-ocean near Zhoushan.   It located a shipwreck, subsequently identified as the Lisbon Maru, a WW2 Japanese freighter sunk on October 1, 1942. The survey led to Fang's quest to unfold 1834 untold stories belonging to 828 forgotten soldiers behind this ship that sank 76 years ago.
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Chinese Community Launches International OceanTech Program in the Nation's Leading Marine Cluster. Click for FULL STORY