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We Detect to Protect

KONGSBERG offers the CONTROS line of sensors to measure carbon dioxide, methane, oxygen, acidity (pH) and total alkalinity (TA). These parameters are crucial in understanding key properties of the ocean and are therefore important to underwater science, monitoring of offshore energy and fish farming. In this Newsletter you can read how the CONTROS HydroFIA® TA reliably measures total alkalinity in seawater. TA is an important parameter for investigating ocean acidification, the carbonate cycle and biogeochemical processes. Sustainable management of the ocean requires data. KONGSBERG offers sensor systems and a range of measuring solutions for scientific and industrial applications. Our solutions include ship installations, gliders, autonomous underwater vehicles, underwater landers and underwater infrastructure.

Working with our clients, we integrate our own sensor packages with our partners that detect to protect. The HUGIN AUV for the University of Gothenburg for marine research applications (see article below) will be equipped with an EM 2040 multibeam echo sounder and environmental sensors such as the CONTROS HydroC® CO2.

We also feature an article from Akvaplan-niva  that describes how we are more efficiently and sustainably utilizing the ocean's resources through the use of unmanned vehicle exploration.

This month we are proud to launch an ultra-rugged HD power over Ethernet camera designed for naval ships, commercial vessels and harsh industrial monitoring.

We care about the ocean and make products that operate reliably in its demanding environment.
Best regards
Bjorn Jalving
Executive Vice President, Subsea Division 

Naval HD PoE Camera - 0482-6010HD

We are pleased to announce the launch of the 0482-6010HD naval HD PoE camera. This ultra-rugged camera lends itself to applications where the ability to withstand extreme levels of shock, vibration and EMI are critical, including naval surface ships, commercial vessels and harsh industrial monitoring.

Click here to access the product datasheet
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University of Gothenburg Selects HUGIN AUV for Marine Research

The University Of Gothenburg has chosen Kongsberg Maritime's state-of-the-art HUGIN Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) to expand Sweden's capabilities in the field of marine research using unmanned platforms. 
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KONGSBERG Provides Integrated Vessel Concept for Trawler Newbuild

KONGSBERG has signed a contract with maritime technology company Havyard Ship Technology to deliver a complete FISHMASTER® Integrated Vessel Concept for a newbuild pelagic trawler. 
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Marine Data Solutions announced as our new Agent in South Africa

Marine Data Solutions (Pty) Ltd are announced as our new agent in South Africa. This is a key strategic move for both parties, helping to strengthen Kongsberg’s position in the region.
 
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Glider Unmanned Exploration; An Article by Akvaplan-niva AS

Read an in-depth article describing how our access to up-to-date oceanic information is enhanced by the use of autonomous ocean vehicles, enabling us to utilize marine resources more sustainably.
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Watch a clip about kognifai; 
KONGSBERG's Digital Ecosystem

Kognifai is an open and collaborative digital platform that improves integration between the world of information technology.
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Read AtlantOS' Feature on the CONTROS HydroFIA TA 

Page 16 of the AtlantOS newsletter features an article written by KONGSBERGs Steffen Aßmann and Peer Fietzek. The article discusses the role of the HydroFIA TA in reliable long-term measurements of Total Alkalinity in seawater.here to access the AtlantOS newsletter
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KM Holland Provides Product Training for Students at MIWB.

Over the years, KM Holland have been regularly invited to participate in student training at the Maritime Institute Willem Barentz (MIWB). This year KM Holland provided equipment including the EM2040C Dual Head system, PulSAR Side Scan Sonar and Mpap system fitted with a cNODE Mini transponder.

The equipment was installed and calibrated on board the SV Octans, the Insititute’s own vessel. The training took place over the course of 3 days, and included installation and calibration, which the students performed themselves, and surveys of the Oosterom area.

Kongsberg Maritime looks forward to seeing these future hydrographers back in the field.
 
Basic Training for New Swedish University Vessel
R/V Skagerak, the University of Gothenburg's new research vessel is being built with KONGSBERG  instruments integrated, including the EM 2040 Dual multibeam and K-Sync solution.

A team from the vessel attended a two days introduction course in Horten recently, helping them to prepare for basic operation of the equipment as soon as the vessel is ready to be launched.
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You can visit us at the following events​​​​​​
Dredging Summit and Expo
Where: Vancouver
When: 26 - 29 June
Learn more about our Berth Depth Monitoring Techniques. (Read the full program
here)
Register here...

Rio Acoustics
Where:
Rio de Janeiro
When: 25 - 27
July
Register here...