Exhibition

Oceanology International offers a global forum where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the marine technology and ocean science community, improving their strategies for measuring, exploiting, protecting and operating in the world’s oceans.

Here is an update of what will be happening during the 24th edition of the exhibition which is happening from 13-15 March 2018 at ExCeL London.

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    A.P van den Berg

    Sectors: Coastal Engineering/Protection, Ocean Mining, Offshore Construction, Offshore Oil & Gas

    Known for designing and supplying CPT technology for onshore and offshore soil investigation, the ROSON-ST will be A.P van den Berg’s focus for Oceanology International 2018. The new model has been developed by incorporating the patented unfolding ST-Rods in the ROSON seabed system to create, a compact and easy to handle ROSON-ST.

    ADEDE Search & Recovery

    Sectors: Marine Environmental Protection, Marine Renewables,
    Offshore Oil & Gas, Ports, Harbours and Terminals, Utilities/Power

    ADEDE Search & Recovery, who specialise in services surrounding Unexploded Ordnance (UXO),Geophysics and Archaeology in water and on land, return to Oceanology International 2018, promoting their capabilities to companies and organisations who seek safety and continuity during sub sea construction.

    Advanced Navigation

    Sectors: Academia, Offshore Oil & Gas

    Advanced Navigation returns to showcase its new subsea navigation product at Oceanology International, which has been in development for the last 12 months. It will also exhibit its existing products including GNSS Compass & Subsonus. These products are applicable for a wide range of scenarios including ROVs, AUVs, diver tracking and subsea assets.

  • Coastal Engineering/Protection, Ocean Mining, Offshore Construction, Offshore Oil & Gas

    A.P van den Berg, The CPT Factory

    Known for designing and supplying CPT technology for onshore and offshore soil investigation, the ROSON-ST will be A.P van den Berg’s focus for Oceanology International 2018. The new model has been developed by incorporating the patented unfolding ST-Rods in the ROSON seabed system to create, a compact and easy to handle ROSON-ST.

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    Copenhagen Subsea A/S

    Copenhagen Subsea A/S will introduce its largest thruster yet, the Version Extra Large (VXL) thruster, which fits well with ROVs, AUVs, and Manned Submersible Vehicles. Its whole product range will be launched at the show with a new and extended depth rating of up to 6000 meters. Allan Nygård Bertelsen,Managing Director of Copenhagen Subsea, Denmark, said: “We are returning to Oceanology International 2018 as the 2016 event in London was a great place to meet potential customers. It was also a perfect exhibition for us to be able to showcase our products to the correct markets.”

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  • Fisheries and Aquaculture, Marine Renewables, Ports, Harbours and Terminals, Ships and Shipping, Utilities/Power

    GNOM ROV WORLD - NORD SLOVAKIA

    Having been with the Oceanology International community since 2000, GNOM ROV will launch the new compact ROV GNOM-PRO-4G at this year’s event.

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    Hampidjan

    This returning exhibitor will be highlighting its range of DYNICE and DYNICE Dux ultra-high performance fibre ropes suitable for winching, lifting, mooring and general purpose applications. Visitors can also see the DYNICE Data, a lightweight data transfer cable for deep sea operations.

    Kongsberg Maritime

    Kongsberg Maritime, a long-time Oceanology International exhibitor and a world leading manufacturer of marine electronics and subsea instrumentation, will be showcasing its latest products and expertise for subsea including seabed mapping, cameras, AUVs and underwater acoustic positioning. It will also be running live demonstrations at the show.

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