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,
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 recent combined meeting of the San Diego Sections of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and The American Society of Naval Engineers was hosted by the SNAME Section. The meeting was opened by Phil Weintraub, SNAME Section chairman,
A&P Tyne re-delivered the FPSO Haewene Brim to Holland's Bluewater following an extensive upgrading to its process plant and hull maintenance period refit. The vessel will now return to the Pierce Field in the U.K. sector of the North Sea under charter to Shell U.
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,
On October 15, 2002, Stena Bulk in Gothenburg christened its second CMAX Class crude oil tanker, The Stena Calypso. The christening took place at the quayside in Gothenburg and the vessel's godmother was Rosalind Simmons, wife of His Excellency Peter Simmons,
GALAX Integrated Systems of New Baltimore, Mich., is offering new free literature, including a brochure and data sheets, on their kit-assembled "starship-styled" marine control consoles. The company has now made available a series of high-tech
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
Parker CPI union bonnet valves for process, power and instrumentation systems are designed for positive shut-off, reliability and long service life in severe service applications. Pressure rated to 6,000 psig these stainless steel valves handle a wide range of corrosive media.
A task group, under ASTM Committee F-25 on Shipbuilding, was formed recently to develop standards for shipboard sensors and instrumentation for automation and control of the ships' main propulsion and level limit applications. Participants in