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We are limited by imagination rather than technology

70 percent of the Earth’s surface consists of water, and it is in the oceans that much of the economic development of the future will take place. As we can see from the articles in this month's newsletter, the robotic revolution is really coming to the oceans. We believe the future is limited by imagination rather than technology. Please read and enjoy.

Best regards

Bjorn Jalving

Executive Vice President, Subsea Division 
Bjorn Jalving photo
Eelume underwater robot

"We Are Limited by Imagination Rather than Technology"

Hydro International Interviews Richard Mills, Marine Robotics, Kongsberg Martime and Arne Kjørsvik, CEO Eelume AS. The marine robotics industry and the development of the Eelume robot are discussed.

Video: Compact Survey Vessel in Paglesham Creek

Watch the KONGSBERG CSV in action on Paglesham Creek in Essex. The CSV is fitted with the latest GeoSwath bathymetry measurement system giving readings right up to the waterline.
Watch the video on Youtube...
Remus AUV

Integrating AUV Capability into Hydrographic Operations

Read an in-depth article on by Hydro International that discusses and describes the various AUV-relevant parameters and the benefits they can bring to the field of hydrography.
Jerry Nixon interview

Interview: Channel 9 talks to Kongsberg's Terje Nilsen about IoT

Channel 9's Jerry Nixon interviews Terje Nilsen to discuss how KONGSBERG tested an IoT (Internet of Things) solution, with the aim of providing up-to-date data to customers. 
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Video: Watch the demo for C-Worker 5 following it's integration with KONGSBERG technology

ASV Global's C-Worker 5 has been integrated with KONGSBERG's Marine Broadband Radio and Subsea systems; EM2040, EM2040P, µPAP USBL.
Let ASV Global's Dan Hook talk you through it.
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Article: Underwater Communications and the Level of Autonomy of AUVs   

By Stefania Giodini, Ernest van der Spek & Henry Dol at Hydro International.
"Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) are a recurrent theme in maritime and offshore applications, and in particular those involving long and costly data-gathering operations such as hydrographic surveys. Challenging surveys like those required for search operations following an aircraft crash in the oceans and for mapping oil spills below the ice during Arctic operations demonstrate the need for flexible solutions that enable mapping in deep, remote and congested locations. AUVs provide flexibility by cutting the umbilical cord to the mother vessel. This implies the necessity for underwater communications and a high level of autonomy for the vehicle as well as interoperability between communication devices."

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Subsea and marine robotics

Position Reference Courses
You can visit us at the following events​​​​​​
Aqua Nor
Trondheim, Norway
When: 15 - 18 August

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Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo
Where: London, England
When: 27 - 28 September

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