OCEAN BUSINESS - 14-16 APRIL 2015

Ocean Business - National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, United Kingdom - 14 to 16 April 2015

 

 

 

Ocean Business is one of the un-miss-able events in the ocean technology calendar. Ocean Business 2015 took place from 14 – 16 April 2015 at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton UK. The venue is expected to welcome over 5000 visitors from 65 countries. The second day of Ocean Business saw over 3100 visitors through the door, bringing the total number of visitors to the 15th of April to nearly 4000.

 

The success of Ocean Business is staggering. Since its launch in 2007, the show has grown year on year, 2013 saw well over 4000 visitors and over 2000 bookings for the training and demonstration sessions. Of these visitors, 38% came from outside the UK, proving the show is recognized as a key international event. Registration is online at www.oceanbusiness.com/register (now closed)

 

 

 

ASV C-ENDURO - On display at the entrance to the NOC, this solar and wind assisted catamaran was one of three ASVs on a fish tracking mission in 2014. Chris Close is seen here inspecting the C-Enduro. Chris is the manager of the SeaVax project, a quest to build a fleet of large workboats that are designed to harvest plastic waste from the 5 garbage gyres in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans. A 6th plastic gyre is reportedly accumulating in the Arctic ocean. Ocean plastic is a serious problem that threatens fish stocks internationally - as toxins are passed up the food chain when plastic is ingested by fish that feed on smaller marine organisms. Seabirds and marine mammals are also dying from either eating plastic or being caught up in nets and rope. The SeaVax is powered by solar and wind energy.

 

 

OFFSHORE SURVEY - TECHNICAL COMMITTEE 2015

 

Conference Chairman:

Ed Danson
Managing Director
Swan Consultants Ltd, UK

 

Conference Committee:

Helen Atkinson
Operations & Publications Manager
Both THS UK and the International Federation of Hydrographic Societies

William Heaps
Assistant Marine Advisor
Associated British Ports, UK

David Parker
Chairman of The Hydrographic Society UK/Civil Hydrography Manager
UK Hydrographic Office, UK

Sam Hanton
Chief Surveyor
Nautronix Plc, UK

Nick Hough
Technical Advisor
IMCA, UK

Scott Winning
UK Project Survey Lead
Subsea 7, UK

Peter Blackler
General Manager
Horizon Geosciences, United Arab Emirates

Andrew Waddington
Managing Director
Unmanned Survey Solutions & Andy Waddington Hydrographic Consultants, UK

Dave Roberts
General Manager
NCS Survey, Norway

 

 

http://www.oceanbusiness.com/conference/

 

OFFSHORE SURVEY 2015 LAUNCHES CUTTING EDGE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME!


The Offshore Survey Committee are delighted to reveal one of the most impressive programmes yet for its fifth conference which takes place from 15 - 16 April 2015, alongside Ocean Business at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton UK. 

 

After an overwhelming response to the call for papers, the technical committee has developed a high powered programme which covers timely issues for the offshore industry.  Conference Chairman, Ed Danson, explains; “Once again we are thrilled to have attracted some of the industry's leading presenters. Over 70 abstracts were submitted and the quality was so high that it was an extremely challenging task for the technical committee to whittle down to just 20 papers, as a result I'm delighted to announce we have a balanced, relevant and exciting programme to present in April.” 

 

The conference will be opening to an unmissable keynote presentation from Rafael Ponce, Global Maritime Business Development Manager at Esri, who will be talking about the future of GIS and how this could transform the offshore industry. Other sessions include up-to-the-minute information about the AUV search operations for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet MH370, presented by Chris Moore, AUV Programme Manager of Phoenix International and further presentations which demonstrate the technological breakthroughs that the industry has made in the past 12 months.

 

Offshore Survey will continue its reputation for providing a unique mix of global technology and business from all corners of the industry. The full programme can be viewed at www.offshoresurvey.co.uk

 

The Offshore Survey conference will be held alongside Ocean Business 2015. Visitors are encouraged to register in advance online at www.oceanbusiness.com/register. The exhibition and workshops are all FREE to attend, there is a fee to attend the conference. For more information on Offshore Survey and Ocean Business, please visit www.oceanbusiness.com, email info@oceanbusiness.com, or call: +44 (0) 1453 836363.

 

 

 

MARS, Ocean cleaning robot with onboard AUV

 

SEAVAX QUADCOPTER SCOUT - A 'proof of concept' model for a robot ship that is designed to vacuum up plastic ocean waste, incorporates a UAV for advanced surveying to assist a fleet of autonomous vessels to perform their toxic resource recovery task. The Indian Navy are proposing using IC powered aerial drones for their military fleets. BMS are interested in deploying electrically powered unmanned craft with a significant range for marine scouting missions. The idea is that EUAVs can recharge from their mother-ship on return to the landing deck - in this case at the rear of the vessel. The Global Ocean Commission is looking at ways of tackling ocean waste at source where 80% of it originates from land.

 

 

 

OCEAN BUSINESS CONFERENCE AGENDA

 

WEDNESDAY 15th APRIL 2015

 

09.00 -  Introduction and welcome from the conference chairman

Ed Danson, Conference Chairman, Managing Director, Swan Consultants, UK

 

09.15 + OPENING KEYNOTE: The Future of GIS and its impact in the Ocean Activities

Rafael Ponce, Global Maritime Business Development Manager, Esri

 

Lecture Theatre, Level 4, National Oceanography Centre

SESSION 1: Industry and Professional Issues

SESSION CHAIR: TBC

 

9.50 + Deconstructing workflows to solve the problems of today

Celina Thom, Project Manager, DOF Subsea, Norway 

 

10.15 + Offshore surveys and the international law of the sea

Chris Whomersley, Retired, ex Foreign Commonwealth Office, UK

 

1040 + IMCA Offshore Survey guidance: an update on further developments

Nick Hough, Technical Adviser, IMCA, UK

 

11.05 - TEA & COFFEE BREAK 

 

Lecture Theatre, Level 4, National Oceanography Centre

SESSION 2: Hydrographic & Seabed Survey

 

11.45  + Deep-water field asset monitoring by AUV: a new range of sensors and tools

Vincent Latron, Operations Geophysicist & Eric Cauquil, Offshore Site Investigation & Geohazard Expert, Total E&P, UK

 

12.10 + Advances in Unmanned Surface Vessels (USV’s)

James Williams, Managing Director, Swathe Services Group, UK

 

12.35  + AUV operations in Search of MH370

Chris Moore, AUV Program Manager, Phoenix International Holdings Inc., USA

 

13.00 - LUNCH BREAK AND TIME TO JOIN COLLEAGUES AT OCEAN BUSINESS

 

Lecture Theatre, Level 4, National Oceanography Centre

SESSION 3: Subsea Positioning

 

14.30 + Survey calibration reliability, management and proposed efficiency savings

Danny Wake, Group Support Surveyor, Subsea7, UK

 

14.55 + Acoustic positioning – The magic and the myths

Sam Hanton, Director of Survey, Nautronix, UK

 

15.20 + Inertial navigation at high latitude: trials and test results

Yves Paturel, Inertial Systems Senior Expert, iXBlue, France

 

15.45 - TEA & COFFEE BREAK

 

Lecture Theatre, Level 4, National Oceanography Centre

SESSION 4: Hydrographic & Seabed Survey

 

16.30 + Developing a robust method for vessel dimensional control surveys

Jim Powell, Hydrographic Survey, Port of London Authority, UK

 

16.55 + Faster, more accurate, higher resolution pipeline inspection

Duncan Mallace, Managing Director, MMT (UK) Ltd, UK

 

17.20

Ocean Business exhibition followed by the Ocean Business/Offshore Survey Gala Dinner (Requires pre-book tickets)

 

 

THURSDAY 16th APRIL 2015

 

09.00 - Introduction of day two

Ed Danson, Conference Chairman, Managing Director, Swan Consultants, UK

 

Lecture Theatre, Level 4, National Oceanography Centre

SESSION 5: Hydrographic & Seabed Survey

 

09.05  + Turbulence in Marine Environments (TiME) – A MRCF funded project

Kevin Black, Technical Director, Partrac Ltd, UK

 

09.30  High-resolution near-shore geophysical survey using an AUV

Doug Hrvoic, President, Marine Magnetics, Canada

 

09.45 + Multi-technique surveys to detect ecological changes in offshore wind farms

Delphine Coates, Marine Consultant, Marine Ecological Surveys Limited, UK

 

10.10 - TEA & COFFEE BREAK

 

Lecture Theatre, Level 4, National Oceanography Centre

SESSION 6: Data Processing and Visualisation

 

11.00  + Reducing Ping to Chart Time through autonomous on-board data processing

Michael Redmayne, Account Manager, CARIS, USA and Andrew Orthmann, Charting Program Manager, TerraSond, USA

 

11.25 + A standard for bathymetric data from space-based observation

Andy Waddington, Managing Director, Andy Waddington Hydrographic Consultants, UK

 

11.50  + High resolution remote sensing imagery of subsea infrastructure

Brian Gamet, Chief Hydrographic Surveyor, Fugro EMU, UK

 

12.15 - LUNCH BREAK AND TIME TO JOIN COLLEAGUES AT OCEAN BUSINESS

 

Lecture Theatre, Level 4, National Oceanography Centre

SESSION 7: Survey Operations

 

13.45 + The application of marine geophysical methods for UXO detection

Anne Chabert, Chief Geophysicist, Fugro EMU, UK

 

14.10  + New developments in precise offshore positioning

Matthew Goode, Geodesist, Fugro Intersite B.V., Netherlands

 

14.35 + Case Study: Gorgon Heavy lift and tie-in construction survey

Pat Fournier, Operations Manager, Neptune, Australia

 

15.00 - Closing remarks

Ed Danson, Conference Chairman & Managing Director, Swan Consultants, UK

 


OCEAN CAREERS 2015 - ARE YOU INTERESTED IN TAKING PART?


Ocean Careers is an event that runs alongside Ocean Business, offering advice on career opportunities within the ocean technology, marine science and offshore industries. We are looking for a number of professionals within the industry to present and discuss the wide range of job opportunities available and offer advice within their specific sector. Ocean Careers also consists of short speed meetings where students can meet face-to-face with industry professionals to find out all they need to know about the industry from qualifications to lifestyle! If you are interested in taking part or would like more information please contact Cheri Arvonio at carvonio@divcom.co.uk

 

 

 

SEAVAX PROJECT MANAGER - Chris Close visited the NOC hosted Ocean Business event to attend the MAS workshop. He reports that Ocean Business was hugely successful for the SeaVax project. From those exhibiting and others attending the event as visitors, Chris may have found the sensors he was looking for in the quest to rid the oceans of plastic waste. Other useful contacts were made, in connection with marine mammal rescue possibilities and advance scouting capabilities.

 

 

MARINE AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS WORKSHOP - 15 APRIL 2015, MARS HANGER, NOC

 

AGENDA

1400 - Registration and refreshments

1415 - Introduction to the UK Marine Industries Alliance & The MAS Programme
John Murray, Vice Chair, UK MIA


1425 - The MASSMO project (Marine Autonomous Systems in support of Marine Observations) - From a SBRI to new USV to real data collection off southwest UK
Dr Russell Wynn, NOC MARS


1445 - InnovateUK/Dstl Maritime Autonomous Systems Collaborative R&D Call
David Elson, Marine lead Technologist, Innovate UK

1505 - The role of the Centre for Maritime Intelligence Systems (CMIS)
Richard Westgarth, Maritime Strategy Manager, QinetiQ

1525 - Regulation - unblocking some of the myths of MAS
James Fanshawe, Chairman, MOST and the MAS Regulatory Working Group

1545 - The MAS skills challenge
Dan Hook, Managing Director, ASV Limited

1605 - Q&A Panel of speakers

1630 - Close

To gain access to the MARS Hangar it is essential that you register as a visitor to Ocean Business unless you are an exhibitor.

 

 

 

 

CAR PARKING - A FREE car park exclusively for Ocean Business visitors and exhibitors is located in: Ocean Way, Ocean Village Marina, Southampton SO14 3TJ.  Follow the yellow AA traffic signs located around the city to ‘Ocean Business 2015 Exhibitor and Visitor Parking’. There will be free shuttle buses running between the car park and Ocean Business. In addition there will be free shuttle buses running between selected Southampton hotels and Ocean Business. Further information can be found here: http://www.oceanbusiness.com/travel/

 

 

John Murray, the chief executive of the Society of Maritime Industries

 

SOCIETY OF MARITIME INDUSTRIES (SMI) - John Murray is the chief executive of the SMI, seen here standing by the Isis ROV at the MAS event on Wednesday the 15th of April.

 

 

MAS WORKSHOP CONTACTS

Clementina Upton (Events Manager)

Society of Maritime Industries
28-29 Threadneedle Street, London EC2R 8AY
Direct: +44 (0)20 7448 7023
Email: events@maritimeindustries.org
Website: www.maritimeindustries.org

 

Autonomous ocean cleaning robot ship

 

SEAVAX DRONE - One day careers in ocean waste management might be a viable option for biology students looking to be productive in the marine environment - in a closed loop society. The research for this is currently the subject of assessment of the feasibility of applying for EU funding and/or making crowd funding applications - when this is more properly an international project where each country with a coastline might contribute. Fingers crossed that there is enough interest in cleaning up the oceans to make this a reality. Big business is not usually interested in funding such social challenges because of the additional overheads. There are though a few generous corporations with responsible social charters, who may support such ocean friendly campaigns. 

 

It is proposed that a SeaVax carries two large wind turbines that generate electricity in combination with moveable deck mounted solar panels (shown here tracking the sun) to power the onboard machinery. Processing takes a lot of energy, calling for a very high output mobile generator - which is what the patent ZCC concept is all about. SeaVax is the most advanced marine robot concept to date.

 

 

 

 

EXHIBITORS A-Z 2015

 

Exhibitor

Website

Stand

3D Laser Mapping, UK

www.3dlasermapping.com

W10

4D Nav, USA

www.4dnav.com

F2

4H Jena Engineering, Germany

www.4h-jena.de

N3

Aanderaa Data Instruments, Norway

www.aadi.no

H4

AC-CESS UK, UK

www.ac-cess.com

A1

ACSA ALCEN , France

www.acsa-alcen.com

E5d

Advanced Marine Innovation Technology Subsea Ltd, UK

www.advancedmarineinnovation.com

L13

Airborne Hydrography, Sweden

www.airbornehydro.com

V2

Airmar Technology, USA

www.airmar.com

P5

Alba Ultrasound, UK

www.albaultrasound.co.uk

L6

ALL OCEANS Engineering, UK

www.alloceans.co.uk

A1

AML Oceanographic, Canada

www.amloceanographic.com

K8

Applanix Corporation, Canada

www.applanix.com

K13

Applied Acoustic Engineering, UK

www.appliedacoustics.com

Q1

Aquatec Group, UK

www.aquatecgroup.com

R13

Argus, Norway

www.argus-rs.no

W9

Ashtead Technology, UK

www.ashtead-technology.com

F8

Atlantas Marine Ltd, UK

www.atlantasmarine.com

S7

Atlantic Canada Pavilion, Canada

www.gov.nl.ca

C9 & D1

Atlantic Canada Pavilion, Canada

www.nsbi.ca

C9 & D1

Atlas Elektronik, UK

www.uk.atlas-elektronik.com

B7

Atlas Professionals, UK

www.atlasprofessionals.com

D10

Autonomous Surface Vehicles, UK

www.asvglobal.com

U4

AXYS Technologies, Canada

www.axystechnologies.com

G12

Balmoral Comtec Ltd, UK

www.balmoral-group.com

V12

BioSonics, USA

www.biosonicsinc.com

M9

BIRNS Aquamate, USA

www.birnsaquamate.com

V31

Bluefin Robotics, USA

www.bluefinrobotics.com

M10

Blueprint Subsea, UK

www.blueprintsubsea.com

W15

Bowtech Products, UK

www.bowtech.co.uk

H5

Braveheart Shipping, UK

www.braveheartshipping.com

W32

Briggs Marine and Environmental Services, UK

www.briggsmarine.co.uk

W27

C & C Technologies UK, UK

www.cctechnol.com

R6

C-MAX, UK

www.cmaxsonar.com

K7

C-Nav, UK

www.cnav.com

R6

C-tecnics, UK

www.c-tecnics.com

V4

Cadden, France

www.cadden.fr

E5a

Calecore, UK

www.calegeo.com

K6

CARIS, Netherlands

www.caris.com

N10

Cathx Ocean, UK

www.cathxocean.com

V6

Challenger Society, UK

www.challenger-society.org.uk

W13

Chelsea Technologies Group, UK

www.chelsea.co.uk

T8

Chesapeake Technology, USA

www.chesapeaketech.com

S5

CLS, France

www.cls.fr

A12

CodaOctopus Products, UK

www.codaoctopus.com

R1

CODAR Ocean Sensors, USA

www.codar.com

R3

Concept Cables, UK

www.conceptcables.com

W20

CONTROS Systems & Solutions, Germany

www.contros.eu

F14

Cooper Interconnect, USA

www.cooperinterconnect.com

Q11

CR Encapsulation Ltd, UK

www.CRE-Marine.com

V20

CT Systems, Netherlands

www.ctsystems.eu

A21

Datawell, Netherlands

www.datawell.nl

G4

DECO Geophysical, Russia

www.radexpro.com

R11

Deep BV, Netherlands

www.deepbv.nl

S1

Deep Ocean Engineering, USA

www.deepocean.com

W1

Deep Trekker, Canada

www.deeptrekker.com

C2

Deepsea Power & Light, USA

www.deepsea.com

J4

Del Norte Technology, UK

www.del-norte.co.uk

F13

Deltares, Netherlands

www.deltares.nl

S1

Desistek, Turkey

www.desistek.com.tr

G9

develogic, Germany

www.develogic.de

E3

DOF Subsea, UK

www.dofsubsea.com

B4

DotOcean, Belgium

www.dotocean.eu

L14

Dutch Ocean Group, Netherlands

www.dutchoceangroup.nl

S1

DWTEK, Taiwan

www.dwtek-rov.com

R7

Dynamic Load Monitoring, UK

www.dlm-uk.com

V35

ECA Robotics, France

www.eca.fr

N8

Edgetech/ORE Offshore, USA

www.edgetech.com

B9

EGS, UK

www.egssurvey.com

V8

EIVA, Denmark

www.eiva.dk

B6

Electronic Design Systems (EDS), UK

www.eds-ltd.com

L13

EofE Ultrasonics, South Korea

www.echologger.com

K2

EOMAP, Germany

www.eomap.de

A16

Epson Europe Electronics GmbH, Germany

www.epson-electronics.de

N9

ESRI, USA

www.esri.com

U1

EvoLogics, Germany

www.evologics.de

W28

Explorer Marine SBoSS, Denmark

www.explorermnarinesbobss.com

A13

Falmat, USA

www.falmat.com

F7

Falmouth Scientific, Inc, USA

www.falmouth.com

W33

Faststream Recruitment Limited, UK

www.faststream.com

A2

Fiomarine Industries Pty Ltd, Australia

www.fiomarine.com

G1

Focal Technologies Corporation, Canada

www.moog.com

D6

Forum Energy Technologies, UK

www.f-e-t.com

H6

Fugro Satellite Positioning, Netherlands

www.fugromarinestar.com

V13

Fugro Survey, UK

www.fugrosurvey.co.uk

H1

Gardline, UK

www.gardlinemarinesciences.com

C6

General Oceanics, USA

www.generaloceanics.com

V21

Genrov, UK

www.genrov.com

W4

Geo Marine Survey Systems, Netherlands

www.geo-resources.com

W38

GEO.xyz, Belgium

www.geoxyz.be

U11

Geocap, Norway

www.geocap.no

J2

Geological Assistance & Services, Italy

www.gas-survey.com

E7

Geomatrix Earth Science, UK

www.geomatrix.co.uk

F1

Geosoft, UK

www.geosoft.com

J6

Geospace Offshore, USA

www.geospace.com

W31d

GeoTeam, Italy

www.geoteam.biz

K4

Global Dynamix, USA

www.gdynx.com

W8

Gran Canaria Pavilion, Spain

www.spegc.org

W5

Greensea Systems, Inc., USA

www.greenseainc.com

V32

GSE Rentals, UK

www.gserentals.co.uk

T1

Hampiđjan, Iceland

www.hampidjan.is

V23

Hawboldt Industries, Canada

www.hawboldt.ca

C9 & D1

HCS Control Systems, UK

www.hcs-control-systems.com

V22

Helzel Messtechnik, Germany

www.helzel.com

E8

Hemisphere GNSS, Canada

www.hemispheregps.com

K12

Horizon Geosciences, United Arab Emirates

www.horizon-geosciences.com

W18

Hydro International (Geomares), Netherlands

www.hydro-international.com

R4

Hydro Products, UK

www.hydro-products.co.uk

M7

HydroBios Apparatebau, Germany

www.hydrobios.de

W24

Hydroid, USA

www.hydroid.com

P1

Hydroscience Technologies, USA

www.seaumux.com

W25

Hydrosphere UK, UK

www.hydrosphere.co.uk

W42

HYPACK, Inc., USA

www.hypack.com

F13

IDRONAUT, Italy

www.idronaut.it

V21

IDS-Monitoring, UK

www.idsmonitoring.co.uk

W40

IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society, USA

www.oceanicengineering.org

A30

Imagenex Technology, Canada

www.imagenex.com

M7

IMarEST, UK

www.imarest.org

W16

IMCA, UK

www.imca-int.com

W23

Indepth International, UK

www.indepth-international.com

B10

INNOMAR Technologie, Germany

www.innomar.com

L1

Innovatum, UK

www.innovatum.co.uk

A5

INSITE Pacific Inc, USA

www.insitepacific.com

L13

International Ocean Systems, UK

www.intoceansys.co.uk

A3

InterOcean, USA

www.interoceansystems.com

R10

iSURVEY Group, UK

www.isurvey-group.com

K10

ITER Systems, France

www.bathyswath.com

A14

ITP, UK

www.itp101.com

W43

iXBlue, France

www.ixblue.com

H9

J+S, UK

www.jands.co.uk

W30

James Fisher Rumic, UK

www.rumic.co.uk

B11

JFE Advantech Co, Japan

www.jfe-advantech.co.jp

F4

JouBeh Technologies, Canada

www.joubeh.com

C9 & D1

Keller (UK), UK

www.keller-pressure.co.uk

U3

Knudsen Engineering, Canada

www.knudsenengineering.com

Q2

Kongsberg GeoAcoustics, UK

www.geoacoustics.com

P2

Kongsberg Maritime, UK

www.kongsberg.com

N1

Kraken Sonar, Canada

www.krakensonar.com

C9 & D1

L-3 ELAC Nautik, Germany

www.elac-nautik.com

L3

Lidan Marine, Sweden

www.lidanmarine.com

C3

Liquid Robotics, USA

www.liquidr.com

G1

MacArtney Underwater Technology Group, Denmark

www.macartney.com

B1

MaRE Trans, UK

www.m-are.com

J9

Marine Electronics, UK

www.marine-electronics.co.uk

L12

Marine Magnetics, Canada

www.marinemagnetics.com

L4

Marine Sampling Holland, Netherlands

www.marinesamplingholland.nl

S1

Marine Technology Reporter, USA

www.seadiscovery.com

A22

Marine Technology Society, USA

www.mtsociety.org

W31c

Mariscope Meerestechnik, Germany

www.mariscope.de

W18

Maritime Archaeology Ltd, UK

Maritime Archaeology Ltd

X1

Maritime Journal, UK

www.maritimejournal.com

V29

Maritime Robotics, Norway

www.maritimerobotics.com

V26

MarSensing Lda, Portugal

www.marsensing.com

W25

Masto Wire Services, Norway

www.masto.no

Q11

McLane Research Labs, USA

www.mclanelabs.com

A24

MetOcean, Canada

www.metocean.com

C9 & D1

MG3, UK

www.mg3.co.uk

V40

MGB-Tech, Belgium

www.MGB-Tech.com

V15

MMT (UK) Ltd

www.mmt.se

K1

MOST (AV) Ltd, UK

www.autonautusv.com

V19

National Hyperbaric Centre, UK

www.nationalhyperbariccentre.com

V4

National Oceanography Centre, UK

noc.ac.uk

W11

National Physical Laboratory, UK

www.npl.co.uk

C4

Nautikaris, Netherlands

www.nautikaris.com

S1

Nautilus Marine Services, Germany

www.nautilus-gmbh.com

G1

Nautronix, UK

www.nautronix.com

V3

Navsystems, UK

www.bluespider.im

V30

NCS Survey, UK

www.ncs-survey.com

M2

Neptune ROV Services, UK

www.neptunems.com

A11

Neptune Sonar, UK

www.neptune-sonar.co.uk

Q9

Netherlands Pavilion, Netherlands

www.dutchoceangroup.nl

S1

NETmc Marine, UK

www.netmcmarine.co.uk

J1

Nexans Norway, Norway

www.nexans.no

Q11

NKE Instrumentation, France

www.nke-instrumentation.com

E5f

Norbit, Norway

www.norbit.no

V27

Norcom Technology, UK

www.norcom-technology.co.uk

S10

Nortek, UK

www.nortek.no

P10

Ocean Modules, Sweden

www.ocean-modules.com

S7

Ocean News & Technology, USA

www.ocean-news.com

Q4

Oceanlab, UK

www.oceanlab.abdn.ac.uk

W17

Oceanology International, UK

www.oceanologyinternational.com

V34

Oceanscience, USA

www.oceanscience.com

V28

OceanServer Technology, USA

www.ocean-server.com

A8

OceanTools, UK

www.oceantools.co.uk

W39

OceanWise, UK

www.oceanwise.eu

R5

Ohmex, UK

www.ohmex.com

W12

Open Seas Instrumentation, Canada

www.openseas.com

C9 & D1

OSIL, UK

www.osil.co.uk

C1

Osiris Projects, UK

www.osirisprojects.co.uk

Q8

Outland Technology, USA

www.outlandtech.com

V11

Pacific Crest, USA

www.pacificcrest.com

M4

Periplus, Netherlands

www.periplus.nl

S1

Planet Ocean, UK

www.planet-ocean.co.uk

G12

Plymouth University Marine Institute, UK

www.plymouth.ac.uk/marine

N4

PME Inc, USA

www.pme.com

G1

PREVCO Subsea Housings, UK & USA

www.prevco.com

J7

Pro-Oceanus Systems, Canada

www.pro-oceanus.com

A29

Proteus, UK

www.proteusgeo.com

W37

QPS, Netherlands

www.qps.nl

U1

R2Sonic, USA

www.r2sonic.com

J8

RADAC, Netherlands

www.radac.nl

S1

RBR, UK

www.rbr-europe.com

D11

RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems, Austria

www.riegl.com

W10

Rockland Scientific, Canada

www.rocklandscientific.com

F3

Rolls-Royce Canada Limited, Canada

www.rolls-royce.com

C9 & D1

Romica Engineering Ltd, UK

www.romica.co.uk

A7

Romor Ocean Solutions, Canada

www.romoroceansolutions.com

C9 & D1

Rosemount Tank Radar AB, Sweden

www.rosemount-tg.com

G1

Rowe Technologies, USA

www.rowetechinc.com

G1

RS Aqua, UK

www.rsaqua.co.uk

G1

RTSYS, France

www.rtsys.fr

V18

SA Instrumentation, UK

www.pambuoy.com

V38

Saab Seaeye, UK

www.seaeye.com

Q6

Saderet, UK

www.saderet.co.uk

K12

SAIV, Norway

www.saivas.no

W9

Satel Oy, Finland

www.satel.com

W36

Satlantic, USA

www.satlantic.ca

L9

SBG systems S.A.S, France

www.sbg-systems.com

E5c

Scorpion Oceanics, UK

www.scorpionoceanics.com

P11

Sea & Sun Technology, Germany

www.sea-sun-tech.com

W22

Sea-Bird Electronics, USA

www.seabird.com

L9

Seabed BV, Netherlands

www.seabed.nl

V42

SeaBotix, USA

www.seabotix.com

B2

SEACON (Europe), UK

www.seaconeurope.com

N6

Seafloor Systems, USA

www.seafloorsystems.com

W12

Seatechrim, Russia

www.seatechrim.ru

W31b

Seatronics, UK

www.seatronics-group.com

K15

SeeByte, UK

www.seebyte.com

V1

Sensonor, Norway

www.sensonor.com

W6

SENSYS, Germany

www.sensys.de

V25

Septentrio, Belgium

www.septentrio.com

W40

Sequoia Scientific, Inc, USA

www.sequoiasci.com/

G12

Sercel, France

www.sercel.com

U10

Severn Marine Technologies, USA

www.severnmarinetech.com

W31e

Sidus Solutions, USA

www.sidus-solutions.com

A15

Silicon Sensing Systems, UK

www.siliconsensing.com

W35

Skilltrade, Netherlands

www.skilltrade.nl

S1

SMC Ship Motion Control, Sweden

www.shipmotion.se

K3

Society for Underwater Technology, UK

www.sut.org

W14

Society of Maritime Industries, UK

www.maritimeindustries.org

A20

Sonardyne International, UK

www.sonardyne.com

E1

Sonotronics, USA

www.sonotronics.com

V24

SonTek, USA

www.sontek.com

H4

Sound Ocean Systems Inc. USA

www.soundocean.com

W31a

Soundnine Inc. USA

www.soundnine.com

W31f

Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute, UK

www.southampton.ac.uk/smmi

V14

Specialist Subsea Services, UK

www.specialistsubsea.net

J3

SPEGC Sociedad de Promocion Economica de Gran Canaria, Spain

www.spegc.org

W5

Star-Oddi, Iceland

www.star-oddi.com

A21

Steatite, UK

www.steatite.co.uk

V16

STS Subsea, UK

www.sts-defence.com/sts-subsea-connectors

W2

SubC Imaging, Canada

www.subccontrol.com

C9 & D1

SubCtech, Germany

www.subctech.eu

G10

Subsea Asset Location Technology, UK

www.cesalt.co.uk

R9

Subsea Supplies, UK

www.subsea-supplies.co.uk

Q11

SUBSEA TECHNOLOGY & RENTALS Ltd, UK

www.sonar-equipment.com

G7

Sun Star Electric, USA

www.sunstarusa.com

Q11

Swale Oceanographic, UK

www.swaleocean.com

A6

Swathe Services, UK

www.swathe-services.com

W19

TDI Brooks, USA

www.tdi-bi.com

V10

TechWorks, Ireland

www.techworks.ie

W21

Tecnadyne, USA

www.tecnadyne.com

V36

Teledyne Benthos, USA

www.teledynebenthos.com

T5

Teledyne BlueView, USA

www.blueview.com

T5

Teledyne DGO, USA

www.dgo.com

U5

Teledyne Gavia, Iceland

www.teledynegavia.com

T5

Teledyne Impulse – PDM, UK

www.pdmneptec.com

U5

Teledyne Impulse, USA

www.teledyneimpulse.com

T5

Teledyne Marine CDL, UK

www.teledyne-cdl.com

T5

Teledyne Marine Group, USA

www.teledynemarine.com

T5

Teledyne Marine Interconnect Solutions, USA

www.rdinstruments.com

U5

Teledyne ODI, UK

www.teledyne.com

U5

Teledyne Odom Hydrographic, USA

www.odomhydrographic.com

T5

Teledyne RD Instruments, USA

www.rdinstruments.com

T5

Teledyne RESON, UK

www.teledyne-reson.com

T5

Teledyne TSS Limited, UK

www.teledyne-tss.com

T5

Teledyne Webb Research, USA

www.webbresearch.com

T5

The Acclaimed Software Company, UK

www.the-acclaimed.com

J10

The Hydrographic Society, UK

www.ths.org.uk

F11

Titanium Engineers, UK

www.titaniumengineers.com

Q3

Topcon Europe Positioning, Netherlands

www.topcon-positioning.eu

M14

Transmark Subsea, Norway

www.transmark-subsea.com

M3

Trimble, USA

www.trimble.com

M4

Trinity House, UK

www.trinityhouse.co.uk

A22

Tritech International, UK

www.tritech.co.uk

D6

Tritex NDT, UK

www.tritexndt.com

J5

Triton Imaging, USA

www.tritonimaginginc.com

N8

Trolex Engineering Ltd, UK

www.trolexengineering.co.uk

W34

Turner Designs, USA

www.turnerdesigns.com

G6

UTEC Survey, USA

www.utecsurvey.com

M12

Valeport Ltd, UK

www.valeport.co.uk

M1

Vemco, Canada

www.vemco.com

C9 & D1

Veripos, UK

www.veripos.com

U12

VideoRay, USA

www.videoray.com

S7

Viking SeaTech, UK

www.vikingseatech.com

P4

WASSP, New Zealand

www.wassp.com

P8

WET Labs, USA

www.wetlabs.com

L9

Wildlife Acoustics, USA

www.wildlifeacoustics.com

G8

Wish Software, UK

www.wishsoftware.com

L15

Xeos Technologies, Canada

www.xeostech.com

C9 & D1

Xsens Technologies BV, Netherlands

www.xsens.com

A4

Xylem Analytics, UK

www.xylemanalytics.co.uk

H4

YSI, USA

www.ysi.com

H4

 

 

 

AutoNaut from MOST on stand V19

 

Catch the AutoNaut from MOST on stand V19

 

 

OCEAN BUZZ

 

Oceanbuzz is a simple format that works and is very well received within the industry. Nothing fancy, but regular bits of interesting news that gets circulated globally and on a weekly basis. Folks are spreading the word and their list is growing daily. This FREE of charge newsletter is brought to you by the organisers of the Ocean Business event. It is FREE to subscribe to and FREE to include your event listings and newsworthy articles.

 

 

 

AMSI AWARD - During the gala dinner, Dan Hook, Managing Director of ASV, was named as the AMSI Council Business Person of the Year Award. On presenting the award, Richard Burt, Chairman of the AMSI Council of the Society of Maritime Industries, said: "This award is designed to recognise the individual which in the opinion of the adjudicating panel has made a significant contribution to the business of marine science and technology in the UK." NOC has collaborated with Dan and the team at ASV to develop C-Enduro, which forms part of the MARS fleet. We look forward to continuing to work with ASV and building on the success our partnership has brought to date. 

 

 

To send in your news, simply email: oceanbuzz@divcom.co.uk and they will help spread the word to over 12,000 subscribers.

 

 

Global ocean current computer simulation

 

COMPUTER SIMULATION - Dr Katya Popova, an ocean modeller at the NOC held workshops at this Ocean Business event in 2015. She showed how the latest advances in ocean circulation computer modeling are providing increased detail for environmental consultants – including how new sea routes could appear in the Arctic in the future and how plastic and oil ocean waste distribution might be predicted. This could be an invaluable tool for projects like the SeaVax ocean cleaning robots if allied to the proposed SeaNet fleet operations. At the time of writing SeaVax is a 'proof of concept' model, with the team now looking to design and build a full size prototype.

 

 

CAREER RESOURCES

 

A list of resources to help you obtain further information on careers within the industry and jobs that are available.

 

IMCA Careers - Really useful site that will help explain just how diverse the jobs are within the marine contracting business. Includes in depth feature articles, personal points of views from people working in the industry and links to companies that are looking to recruit.

 

IMarEST Careers & Recruitment - Providing details of the jobs available within the marine environment, recruitment opportunities a Job Seeker Advice page for those new to the industry.

 

Oceanbuzz - A weekly newsletter that goes out to over 12,000 subscribers. Jobs are regularly posted and you can also send in ‘Jobs Wanted’ adverts that will be included at no charge.

 

Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) Education Training & Education - Another great website providing information on their Education Support Fund, types of jobs available and educational and training facilities.

 

The UK Hydrographic Society Jobs Page - Have a jobs board listing jobs currently available and you can also obtain more information on courses focusing on hydrographic surveying and related industries.

 

www.jobs.ac.uk - Search jobs in science, research, academic & related employment in the UK & abroad.

 

 

   

 

THE NOC'S ISIS MONSTER ROV - Many ROVs operated in the oil and gas industry are designed to dive to 3,000m, whereas specialised science ROVs can operate in the deepest of oceans, 6,500m and beyond. Some marine trenches extend to around 11,000m. The science ROV named Isis is a work-class vehicle capable of descending to a depth of 6500m. The vehicle is supported with containerised control room, workshop and spares storage, with a Launch and Recovery System (LARS). Suitably sized and dynamically positioned (DP) ships of opportunity allow the system to be freighted and operated around the world.

 

Most ROVs are equipped with at least a video camera and lights. Additional equipment is commonly added to expand the vehicle’s capabilities. A science ROV’s instrumentation suite may include sonars, magnetometers, a still camera, manipulators, water samplers, and instruments that measure water clarity, light penetration and temperature. ROVs enable intricate survey of the seabed. They also allow us to take precision samples and to conduct experiments at water depths unreachable by human divers due to the water pressure. Although manned submersibles exist that can transport humans to these depths, ROVs are a more compact, portable and practical alternative without the human risk element. An ROV can be maneuvered precisely with its thrusters (propellers). Through its eyes (cameras), the manipulators (hands) can be used to select and recover small, delicate objects more precisely than any other sampling system. Scientists can see the undisturbed area from where samples are selectively taken, providing them with a better understanding of habitats and structures. Complex in situ experiments can be achieved maintaining the environmental conditions and minimizing sample damage caused by recovery to the surface.

 

 

 

The National Oceanography Centre Southampton (NOCS) is a centre for research, teaching, and technology development in Ocean and Earth science. NOCS was created in 1995 jointly between the University of Southampton and the UK Natural Environment Research Council and is located within the port of Southampton at a purpose-built dockside campus with modern facilities. In 2010 the University and NERC components demerged, and the NERC-managed component became the National Oceanography Centre (NOC – with the Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory in Liverpool). The two components of NOCS continue close collaboration through the jointly run Graduate School, shared research facilities and laboratories, complementary research groups, and many joint research grants and publications. The University component “Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton” (OES) is part of the Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences, (FNES). It was ranked 30th in the world for Earth and Marine Sciences by the QS World University Rankings in 2014.

 

 


The NOC is wholly owned by the NERC monopoly and brings together the NERC-managed activity at Liverpool’s former Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory and the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, creating the UK’s leading institution for sea level science, coastal and deep ocean research and technology development. The new centre works in close partnership with institutions across the UK marine science community.

 

 

BUMPER YEAR 2013

 

Ocean Business Breaks Visitor Records for Fourth Consecutive Show! Business was booming at Ocean Business 2013 from 9-11th April 2013 held at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK. The show was extremely successful, with an unbelievable 29% increase in visitor numbers from the last show in 2011. 4111 visitors attended over the 3 days, 38% from outside of the UK, boasting a truly international show representing a total of 65 countries.

 

 

 

Company representatives from the recently formed MAS Consortium met at Ocean Business 2015. From left to right: Chris Muldoon (Steatite Ltd), Richard Hill (MSubs Limited), Dr Mark Crittenden (OXIS Energy Ltd), Paul Edwards (Steatite Ltd), Maaten Furlong (NOC), Kevin Forshaw (NOC), Guillaume De Forton (OXIS Energy Ltd) and Aidan Thorn (NOC).

 

These figures do not come as a surprise to us. One of our engineers attended the show on the 11th of April and indeed found there to be a buzz. The venue is perfect for such an event. Parking was available to visitors not far off, and a coach service was laid on at regular intervals - so eliminating congestion near the NOC.

 

Our scout was out to find suitable ROVs and towed arrays for the Bluefish project. The number of ROVs on display was bewildering to begin with, but after a few laps he got a handle on what might and might not be compatible. All of the exhibitors were very knowledgeable about their products. One stand had engineers that even started talking about suitable (board to board) interface between their ROVs and our autonomous mother-ship. If they'd had more time, we feel sure they would have drawn up command and control dialogue on the spot.

 

 

 

SEAVAX BUSINESS PLAN - We will be trying several test rigs in 2015 to increase operational flexibility, the aim being to make these vessels commercially viable into 2020, when fishing nations will realize the value to of cleaner oceans to increasing the health of fish stocks. In the short term, the hope is to sufficiently interest crowd funding or other investment to kick start the pre-production prototype phase. To enable us to qualify for Horizon 2020 assistance as an SME we would need to raise substantial funds to meet their stringent audits. Hence, at the moment the European Commission's blue growth call favours only mature companies. Start ups do not get a look in. Especially those with projects that are not immediately commercial - such as social projects. We are actively seeking collaborative partners and corporate or other sponsors for this venture.

 

 

 

SUPPORTERS IN 2013

 

Hydro International Chartered ICES
OffshoreWind Challenger Society For Marine Science The magazine of the Society For Underwater Technology
SURCO UVM Marine Technology Society
The Journal of Ocean Technology


 


 

 

  • Strand7

    Official 2013 Sponsors

    • Aalco Metals

      Aalco Metals Limited

      Aalco provides specialist services to the marine industry and is Europe’s largest independent stockholders, processors and distributors of aluminium, aluminium extrusion, Transition joints (Triplate®), stainless steels and copper alloys.

    •  

    • Alicat Workboats

      Alicat Workboats

      Alicat Workboats manufacture a fleet of high quality aluminium workboats operated by Gardline and specifically designed for the offshore renewable energy sector.

    •  

    • Armstrong Marine

      Armstrong Marine

      Armstrong Marine, Inc. designs and builds welded aluminum boats and barges. For more than two decades the Armstrong brothers, Josh and Cory, have been perfecting the use of aluminum as the material of choice for the marine environment.

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    • Blackburns Metals Ltd

      Blackburns Metals Limited

      Blackburns Metals supplies a comprehensive range of Aluminium, Stainless Steel and other metal derivatives, many of which are specifically tailored to marine applications. As one of Europes leading stockholders, Blackburns pride themselves on customising stock to suit specific market sectors, or individual customer requirements.

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    • BMF Commercial Marine

      BMF Commercial Marine

      BMF Commercial Marine is delighted to be coming back to Southampton for Seawork International 2013 and is looking forward to supporting the biggest Seawork ever and joining in celebrating 50 years of the RIB. In fact it’s a year of celebrations all round, with the BMF enjoying its centenary year as well.

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    • Class Instrumentation

      Class Instrumentation Ltd

      Established in 1996 by world renowned ultrasonics expert and current CEO Ken Hawes, Class Instrumentation Ltd has grown into a global leading player in ultrasonic survey equipment.

    •  

    • CTruk Boats Ltd

      CTruk

      CTruk is a market leader in the design and build of composite high-speed vessels. Its robust, lightweight and fuel-efficient workboats are proven OWSVs as well as having numerous applications across the military and security sector.

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    • Damen

      Damen

      Damen is an international shipyard group but at its heart, there is still a family company. We operate in every niche market where we see an opportunity to improve, innovate or invest.

    •  

    • DNV sponsors of Seawork Awards Dinner Wine

      Det Norske Veritas BV

      Det Norske Veritas (DNV) is an independent Foundation founded in 1864 whose objectives are safeguarding life, property and the environment. A world wide company offering its services to the Maritime and Renewable Energy Markets.

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    • Gardline

      Gardline

      Gardline operates a fleet of high quality aluminium workboats manufactured by Alicat Workboats and specifically designed for the offshore renewable energy sector.

    •  

    • ICAEW

      ICAEW Business Advice Service

      “SME growth is crucial to the UK’s economic success. In tough economic conditions, small businesses need the right advice and support to succeed.” Michael Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive

    •  

    • Lairdside Maritime Centre

      Lairdside Maritime Centre

      As part of Liverpool John Moores University, Lairdside Maritime Centre is recognised to be at the forefront of knowledge and innovation in the maritime sector.

    •  

    • Peters & May

      Peters & May

      Peters & May the specialist in global boat transport – on stand A69 . Peters & May continues to be the world’s most diverse and esteemed leisure and commercial workboat shipping consultant and logistics provider.

    •  

    • Scania

      Scania is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks and buses for heavy transport and engines for industrial, marine and power generation applications.

    •  

    • Seamariner

      Seamariner

      Seamariner, established in 1992, is a leading marine recruitment specialist. We offer a range of services within Maritime and Shipping, Ship Management, Travel/Logistics, Onshore and Renewables.

    •  

    • Strand7

      Strand7 UK Ltd

      Strand7 software is a general-purpose Finite Element Analysis system for Windows® comprising pre-processing, post-processing and solvers.

    •  

    • Telemar

      Telemar

      We are proud to support the Seawork 2013 Press Office, especially as supporting the management and handling of vital information for ships is at the centre of what we do.

    •  

    • Veolia Environmental Services

      Veolia Environmental Services

      Veolia Environmental Services provides a range of recycling and waste management operations including collection, recycling, treatment, storage and disposal services to some of the world’s largest ocean going liners, major shipping companies and ports.

    •  

    • WaterMota Ltd

      WaterMota Limited

      Established in 1911, WaterMota Ltd is one of the leading Marine and Industrial distribution companies in the UK.

    •  

    • Yellow Admiral

      Yellow Admiral Limited

      Yellow Admiral is a specialist marine employment agency providing professional recruitment services to both companies and job-seekers on a world-wide basis.

    •  

    • ZF Marine

    - See more at: http://www.seawork.com/industry-support/2013-sponsors#sthash.wQLhmMII.dpuf

    Strand7 UK Ltd

    Strand7 software is a general-purpose Finite Element Analysis system for Windows® comprising pre-processing, post-processing and solvers.

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  • Telemar

    Telemar

    We are proud to support the Seawork 2013 Press Office, especially as supporting the management and handling of vital information for ships is at the centre of what we do.

CONTACTS

 

Website www.oceanbusiness.com

Email info@oceanbusiness.com

Tel: +44(0)1453 836363

 

 

 

Diversified Communications UK
The Pike House, George Street

Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0AG
Email: info@oceanbusiness.com 

Tel: +44(0) 1453 836363 

Fax: +44(0) 870 486 7249

cotswolds@divcom.co.uk


Exhibitor Stand Sales / Sponsorship

Jo Blain - Senior Sales Executive
jblain@divcom.co.uk

 

Cheri Arvonio - Event Manager

carvonio@divcom.co.uk

 

Exhibitor / Visitor Helpline

Emma Crane - Operations Manager
ecrane@divcom.co.uk


Danielle Smith - Event Coordinator

dsmith@divcom.co.uk

 

Marketing

Sophie Potten - Marketing Manager

spotten@divcom.co.uk

 

Training and Demonstration / Vessels

Cheri Arvonio - Event Manager
carvonio@divcom.co.uk

 

Event Director

Versha Carter - Group Exhibition Director

vcarter@divcom.co.uk

 

 

NOC CONTACTS & VENUE

 

National Oceanography Centre
University of Southampton Waterfront Campus
European Way
Southampton SO14 3ZH
United Kingdom


Tel: +44 (0)23 8059 6666

National Oceanography Centre
Joseph Proudman Building
6 Brownlow Street
Liverpool L3 5DA
United Kingdom


Tel: +44 (0)151 795 4800

 

 

 

LINKS & REFERENCE

 

http://www.oceanbusiness.com

http://www.oceanologyinternational.com

www.maritimeindustries.org

Ocean Business

http://noc.ac.uk/

http://noc.ac.uk/

A unmanned robotic Scorpion HK combat battleship

WARGAMING - A Scorpion HK micro battleship may be the future of naval warfare (peace keeping) but just imagine that instead of the 4 x SAM turrets, 4 Tomahawk cruise missiles and 4 x 21" MK48  torpedoes in the outriggers - that instead this most versatile of vessels, is equipped for oceanographic duties or oil surveys. This original concept vessel is design copyright © BMS Ltd 2014. The technology is also patent applied for. 

 

The OAL of this clever unmanned design is 52.7m or 171 feet (scaled up). She is capable of cruising all day and night at 7-10 knots using only energy from nature - only possible because of the high power to weight ratio. Sprint speeds of up to 25knots are attainable, depending on motor specifications. Please note that this vessel is for wargaming fun and is not a genuine naval proposal - and that BMS is opposed to war and nuclear powered vessels of any kind.

 

 

 

The diagram above is a head-on view of an ocean going mobile cleansing unit as a draft CAD drawing. The design of the scoop and shredding head is all important if these robotic machines are to be efficient. This is a draft proposal for a design that is cost effective and yet still a practical vacuum-pump based ocean sweeping ship. We will need to experiment to be sure such a combined unit is practical.

 

AMR - Autonomous Marine Robotics technical conference, September 2016

 

 

 

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