During a recent 10-day project in the Gulf of Mexico for a major E&P company, the use of inertial navigation technology reportedly reduced vessel time by three to five days over the course of the deployment and positioning of seismic data acquisition modules.
Regular visitors to this year's Oceanology International (OI) will be surprised to learn that the Exhibition and Conference is moving to the ExCeL (Exhibition Center London) in London Docklands. Since 1969 the Exhibition and Conference has been at the Brighton Metropole,
Special Advertising Section for Mascoat Products • www.deltacoat.com Vessel insulation has changed very little in many years. Normally hidden from direct view, thermal insulation systems can become ineffective over time due to poor installation, vibration or moisture intrusion.
Oceans '81, the annual conference and exhibition sponsored by the IEEE Council of Oceanic Engineering and the Marine Technology Society, will be held September 16-18 at the Sheraton Hotel, Boston, Mass. A record 300 technical presentations will be made by eminent persons from academe,
The Naval Sea Systems Command, Department of the Navy, Washington, D.C., has awarded Tracor, Inc., Rockville, Md., a new contract of $7.6 million to continue supporting development, system engineering, design, production, installation maintenance,
Richard V. Warden, president of ITT Decca Marine, Inc., 40 West 57th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019, has announced the appointment of Peter Bauer as product line manager of echosounders, autopilots and gyrocompasses, of the newly formed Products Management Group; John G.
A.L. Burbank and Co., One World Trade Center, Suite 2811, New York, N.Y. 10048, will be sole worldwide marketing agents for the Marine ThermoTest Division of Fuel Savers, Inc., it was announced by Victor M. Richel, president. The Marine Thermo- Test
Vessel Information Systems has brought microprocessor technology into the pilothouse by introducing the VIAS System-128. This new vessel instrumentation and alarm system represents a high-tech melding of computer display technology with familiar shipboard systems,
May 3-6, 1982 Houston The technology used to find and produce offshore resources has probably undergone more advancement over the last decade than any other segment of any other industry. The most recent advances will be revealed at the 14th
Bailey Meter Company, U.S.A., a Wickliffe, Ohio-based subsidiary of Babcock & Wilcox, has received a new name—Bailey Controls Company. "Our new name more accurately reflects the true nature of our business today, which is high technology control