Vedam secures order for designing and construction of 12 shallow draft vessels for use by Nigerian Oil Company for transporting oil generated at their oil fields
Anglo Eastern Maritime Training Center along with Marflex BV is first in Asia to introduce Training Course in Electrically Driven Deep well Pumps
Conforming to IMO conventions
Behavioral Competence, the new standard for selections and promotions
After SLB launching its geosciences lab late last year, 2011 starts with agreements to build Halliburton and Tenaris Labs at the UFRJ Tech Park, which is already considered the main technology research hub in Latin America.
The massive increase of E&P in Brazil, especially when concerned with deepwater is giving rise to a new subsea equipment and technology industry in the country.
The new facilities, including bold construction techniques, sustainability and eco-efficiency, represent an advance for Petrobras’ technology development.
Tar Kovacs Systems is a design office specialized in technical innovations, it works in a new mindset with its new technologies being applied to all sea and offshore applications. These technologies are allowing a new approach based on the use of the ocean forces and its green renewable energy potentials instead of mechanical power and hydrocarbon fuels fighting against the environment.
We would be having the 2nd International Maritime Security & Anti-Piracy in London UK on Nov 10-11. Then a workshop on the 12th. Various international maritime industries will attend and this would be a great opportunity for you to showcase your products & services to both military/government and private businesses. You can send me an email here or at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would want to be part of this international event.
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Making possible the growth in Condition CM/CBM to improve reliability and maintenance on board ships is the development of computers connecting to compact sensors using, wired or wireless communications. The Silicon Valley-based SRI International, has developed advanced Vibration Imaging Technology (VIT). SRI recently granted Sensors Inc. a global manufacturing and distribution license to develop a diagnostic system using their VIT. The system uses a special camera and patented software enabling a computer to detect and analyze vibrations on the surface of objects in its field of view. No special lighting or physical connection to the object(s) is required. The opportunities for monitoring marine propulsion and auxiliary applications are indeed large. The system is so sensitive that images can be monitored pixel by pixel and any variation is immediately detected. Used to monitor the mechanical health of machinery with rotating parts, abnormal vibrations are immediately recognized by the system and may indicate intervention or shut down is required.