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Rutter Delivers Radar Solution to Indonesian Marine Police

by Admin on June 25, 2018

Rutter is pleased to announce the successful delivery of eleven sigma S6 Small Target Surveillance (STS) systems to the Indonesian Marine Police through PT MultiIntegra of Jakarta, Indonesia.
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SubC equipment included in observation class ROV in Ireland

by Admin on June 25, 2018

The University of Limerick (UL) in Ireland is utilizing a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) that was delivered by Forum Energy Technologies, Inc. to support the university's renewables sector research team.Designed and manufactured in-house at Forum’s Kirkbymoorside Yorkshire facility, the Comanche 2,000 metre observation class ROV is equipped with SubC's 1Cam Mk6 UHDF and Aquorea Mk2. The Comanche ROV was selected due to its ability to operate in strong currents, typical conditions for the offshore renewables industry. Read more.

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Kraken Announces $2.3 Million Private Placement with Ocean Infinity

by Admin on June 25, 2018

Kraken Robotics Inc. (TSX-V: PNG) (OTCQB: KRKNF) is pleased to announce a non-brokered private placement offering with Ocean Infinity Ltd. (the “Offering”) whereby Ocean Infinity will acquire 11,520,000 units (the “Units”) in Kraken which, upon completion, will result in Ocean Infinity owning 9.99% of Kraken’s issued common shares. Kraken’s relationship with Ocean Infinity started in 2017, and this investment in Kraken forms the starting point for the expansion of this relationship. Read more.

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Kraken Awarded $900,000 Contracts for Evaluation of SeaVision® Sensors and Artificial Intelligence Software

by Admin on June 25, 2018

Kraken Robotics Inc. (TSX-V: PNG) (OTCQB: KRKNF), is pleased to announce that its German subsidiary, Kraken Robotik GmbH, has secured over $900,000 in contracts for two development initiatives for evaluation of SeaVision® sensors and AI control software for autonomous underwater vehicles. Read more Read more.

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Porpoise friendly | Marine Institute playing pivotal part in race against extinction of species

by Steve Chafe, President & General Manager on February 8, 2018

BY MANDY COOK

 

In San Felipe in the Upper Gulf of California, Mexico, the vast majority of the residents of the coastal community fish for a living.   Trouble is, the gillnets they’ve used for generations to sustain themselves have largely contributed to the decimation of the highly endangered vaquita porpoise, which only lives in that particular area of the ocean. Only 30 individuals of the little marine mammal remain.
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