Underwater inspection specialist Atlantas Marine of Yeovil, UK has made its ROV instrumentation debut with development and manufacture of a video overlay tool for simplifying and increasing speeds of cathodic protection surveys.
The Innovations Showcase, sponsored by Barker Brettell and Smith & Williamson, culminated in the presentation of the Innovation Awards at Seawork International by BBC TV South’s Paul Clifton.
The Spirit of Innovations Showcase at Seawork 2014 will allow visitors and exhibitors to see the latest projects, products and vessels that ‘push the envelope’ of ideas and provide new solutions.
Atlantas Marine Ltd of Somerset in the UK will be helping to improve the navigational system at Bristol Port having just supplied them with an E-Sea Fix CAT III’ Portable Pilot Unit (PPU). The company has also just announced it will be exhibiting at Seawork this year on stand D12.
Atlantas Marine of Yeovil UK has supplied two of its VideoRay Pro lll ROVs to the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth. Equipped with Tritech sonars and manipulators, both are now a major feature in the NMAs ExplorOcean water tank where visitors are able to race them against other mini-ROVs over a sub-surface obstacle course.
Somerset UK based Atlantas Marine has been supplying the Satamatics Ocean Alert SSAS (Ship Security Alert System) for both UK and international fleets during the last two years, during which time it has equipped over 400 vessels with a package mandated by the IMO's ISPS Code for ships over 500gt. SSAS is capable of discreetly raising the alarm to relevant authorities and tracking the vessel if its security is compromised.
Atlantas Marine returns to Seawork and can be found on Stand 114 where, amongst other things, it will be showing the VideoRay Micro ROV which HRH The Duke of Edinburgh used to open the recent World Maritime Technology Conference (WMTC 2006) over the internet. By streaming live 'control and video' over the internet from London, the VideoRay ROV opened a chest which was submerged at the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth. A banner announcing the Conference was 'Officially Open' floated to the surface.
Over 25 owners and operators attended the first UK VideoRay Conference held over two days in Poole, Dorset. The event was organised by UK distributors Atlantas Marine.
New ranges of software for seabed classification were unveiled at Seawork 2005 byYeovil based Atlantas Marine, UK and Irish distributors for the developers, Quester Tangent ofCanada. They included QTCMultiview for classifying sediment types and defining acoustic diversity with an emphasis on image quality control and sophisticated data filtering.
Seawork regulars Ruth and Charlie Foll of Atlantas Marine will be on Stand 188 eager to tell visitors about the new Marimatech MP35 dual frequency echosounder they have recently delivered to Forth Ports .
The Southampton Institute is to stage a third Swathe Bathymetry seminar on multibeam and other sounding methods, at its Sir James Matthews Conference Centre from 18-19 January.
Following successful trials of the E-Sea Fix pilot navigation system last year, Somerset UK based Atlantas Marine has won an order to install the system at the port of Milford Haven in Wales.
Somerset UK based Atlantas Marine Ltd, well known for their distribution of the very useful VideoRay mini-ROV, have entered the IMO mandated growth arena for Automatic Identification Systems (AIS).
Atlantas Marine of Langport, Somerset is currently hosting a series of demonstrations of new seabed classification systems developed by Canadian software specialists, Quester Tangent.
Atlantas Marine Ltd have taken delivery of the first new VideoRay 2002 and will be showing it on stand 6/21 at Oceanology International.