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Innovators: Underwater Intervention
In-Water Surveys Inc.
February 14, 2017
In-Water Surveys Inc. is a locally owned & operated company based in St. John’s, offering portable remote operated vehicle (ROV) services.
In-Water Surveys Inc. is approved & accredited by multiple Classification Societies as specialists in vessel & MODU in-water hull surveys. In addition to vessel hull surveying, In-Water Surveys Inc. offers visual inspection services on port & offshore underwater infrastructure in water depths of up to 300m. Read more.
Cluster Members Marine Institute and National Research Council host international MATE ROV competition
by Barry Snow on June 24, 2015
Students from all over the world – and their underwater robots – are set to converge on St. John’s, N.L., from June 25-27 to compete in the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center’s International Student Remotely Operated Vehicle Competition. Read more.
SubC IMAGING GRADUATES WITH HONOURS
by Admin on December 8, 2014
(St. John's, NL; 05 Dec. 2014) An ocean technology company started in 2010 was recognized for its innovative products and rapid growth at a special graduation ceremony at Memorial University of Newfoundland's(MUN) St. John’s campus Thursday. Read more.
SUBC IMAGING DEMONSTRATING UNIQUE PRODUCT LINE AT OTC 2014
by wade on May 5, 2014
SubC will be exhibiting for the first time at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas from March 5-8, 2014. If you are in Houston during that week and would like to get a better look at the products which have made inroads so quickly into the marine imaging industry, please join us at booth #1633 in the Newfoundland and Labrador Pavilion. Read more.
PETROBRAS ISSUES TENDERS TO CHARTER 10 ROV SUPPORT SHIPS
by wade on December 18, 2013
Three Petrobras tenders for chartering support ships are causing a stir in the market for Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) in Brazil. The bidding involves 10 ships, which implies a total of 20 ROVs. This means that over the next year there will be an increase of approximately 15% in the number of systems currently mobilized in Brazil – there are approximately 120 in operation today.