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  • Underwater Topography Survey with M40 Autonomous Survey Boat - Case Study

    Location: Jiangmen, South China Date: December 7th, 2017 Mission: A survey task of government department Measuring area: 600m*1,000m Duration: About 5 hours Vessel: M40 Boat Parameters Displacement: 450kg ...


    By OceanAlpha Group Ltd.

  • M80 USV Conducts the Underwater Topographic Survey in The Antarctica - Case Study

    Location: Inexpressible island, Ross Sea, the Antarctica Time: December 2017  Equipment: M80USV + Reson T50P multibeam sonar; SE40 USV + SOUTH SDE_18 singlebeam sonar  User: China National Oceanic Administration Nanhai Survey Technology Center  Survey ...


    By OceanAlpha Group Ltd.

  • Lindner Polaris has the best performance

    ‘We are happy across the board.’ In this interview Joachim Wunsch, the busy Operational Excellence Manager at ALBA Nordbaden, talks about how the Polaris 2800 single-shaft shredder from Lindner Recyclingtech became the centrepiece of the company’s new RDF plant in Karlsruhe, Germany. The key ...


    By Lindner-Recyclingtech GmbH

  • Advantages of Underwater drone Development

    First of all, the traditional underwater operation, manual operation are very complex, and the personal safety can not be fully guaranteed from its development background. Moreover, with the increasingly extensive human marine activities, the development of various industries on water and underwater is accelerating. The demand for underwater UAVs will continue to rise in the future, which is the ...

  • Future Development Trend of Underwater Drone

    1. Technological innovation will be the eternal theme           As a highly technology-intensive and systematic project, underwater vehicle mainly includes six technologies: simulation, intelligent control, underwater target detection and recognition, underwater navigation (positioning), communication and energy system. Compared with developed countries, there is ...

  • High Capacity incineration plant supports plastic waste management in remote locations - Case Study

    The best solution for dealing with plastic waste The Ascension Islands, a remote volcanic island located just south of the equator. Having no permanent residents yet a rotating population of approximately 800 people. Managing waste securely has become a growing issue previously managed by being burned in an open heap with any residue that didn’t burn sent away to landfill. ...

  • IMO Sets 2020 for Lower Sulphur Fuel Cap

    IMO has decided to put a global cap on Sulphur emissions from all ships. The Sulphur in the bunker will be reduced from 3.5% to 0.5% by the year of 2020. ...


    By Opsis AB

  • Mercury waste treatment centre - Case study

    The Mercury Waste Treatment Centre has been set-up by an oil and gas service company following the high demand of major oil and gas companies for local waste management solutions. Prior to the establishment of the econ supplied waste treatment centre, waste had to be shipped to be finally disposed of 13 000 km from the waste source. This involved complicated and expensive waste notification and ...

  • Bunker disputes avoided by using coriolis meters - Case study

    Coriolis meters are being used in the shipping industry to give true volume of fuel being delivered and to avoid bunker disputes due to aeration of fuel, known as the ‘Cappuccino’ effect MORE INFORMATION Fuel suppliers sometimes introduce air intentionally into marine fuel during ...


    By iCenta Controls Ltd

  • The Impact of Flow rate through tanks - Case study

    Accurate measurement of flow rate is an important factor in aquaculture research With aquaculture playing an increasingly important role in the provision of global fish supplies, there is a corresponding growth in aquaculture related research to support the industry and optimise its activities. ...


    By iCenta Controls Ltd

  • Best practices in marine sample preparation with the Precellys® range

    Green house gas emissions might lead to a "collapse" of marine species and thus of the food chain. 10 to 12% of the species might disappear if the temperature increases by 2°C compared to thepre-industrialera. Advances in  research regarding the behavior of the marine world using protein markers, genetics and direct observations allow researchers to better apprehend the biodiversity and ...


    By Bertin Instruments SAS

  • Japan kills more than 50 whales in Antarctic protected area

    Japanese whalers have killed more than 50 minke whales in an Antarctic protected area this year thanks to a ‘scientific research’ loophole, the WWF has revealed today. ...

  • The Caribbean’s Wastewater Problem

    Sewage released untreated into environment threatens islands’ health and natural beauty For decades, wastewater management has been a growing problem for the Wider Caribbean Region (WCR), a problem that regional governments have long understood as a threat to the economy, the environment, and to ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • On-Board Food Waste Industrial Shredder

    Marpol Certified On-Board Food Waste Industrial Shredder Volumetric reduction is essential for the correct disposal of many materials. For food waste the logistical challenge cannot use brute force, but a fast, complete and easy maintenance solution. ...


    By SatrindTech Srl

  • Automated Tie Down Device - Military - Case Study

    Problem: The Office of Naval Research asked PCDworks to create a self-powered, remote-controlled tension system that would reduce damage to cargo, decrease load and unload times, and minimize crew involvement. . Process: PCDworks created a system of individual units which, when networked together, provide the ability to simultaneously secure and release loads. In this ...


    By Product Concept Development

  • Eco-innovation success project - Case Study

    SCFI was awarded funding under the EU’s Eco-innovation initiative to develop commercial opportunities for AquaCritox including the creation of a demonstrator unit which will help to position the technology at the forefront of the global waste treatment industry. ...


    By SCFI Group Limited

  • Recent & Other Noteworthy Projects - Case Study

    Hanby Field Test Kits continue to lead the way in environmental assessment for marine and land petroleum clean-up projects. Entrix, the primary environmental consultant for BP for the recent Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf, employed the Hanby water test in hundreds of water column analyses they performed offshore. These analyses enabled clean-up and skimming vessels to rapidly determine ...


    By Hanby Environmental

  • Plastics, Marpol and Circular Economy: Prevention of Marine Plastic Pollution

    Large ships, offshore platforms and poor land waste management, cause much of the marine pollution. Proper action is needed to solve this problem, starting with the correct use of technologies such as industrial shredders ...


    By SatrindTech Srl

  • Alba Nordbaden - Polaris 2800 - Lindner Polaris has the best performance - Case Study

    ‘We are happy across the board.’ In this interview Joachim Wunsch, the busy Operational Excellence Manager at ALBA Nordbaden, talks about how the Polaris 2800 single-shaft shredder from Lindner Recyclingtech became the centrepiece of the company’s new RDF plant in Karlsruhe, Germany. ...


    By Lindner-Recyclingtech GmbH

  • Marine Monitoring of Emissions of Air Pollutants

    Many of us who are not in the marine shipping business probably think of vessels as practical means of transportation, or, when it comes to cruising ships, a place to spend your vacation. However, not all of us realize that large ships also are floating large power plants, with all aspects that come with power plants including potential contribution to air pollution. ...


    By Opsis AB

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