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MacArtney launches new LUXUS compact PUR-moulded camera and LED light with multi-purpose application and ideal for demanding underwater tasks.
MacArtney has secured an order for LISST instruments from University of Bergen, Norway.
Custom-built traction winch system from MacArtney becomes part of the naval equipment of the Pakistani navy and is to be applied for naval ROV operations.
A complete turnkey system designed, engineered, and manufactured by MacArtney for the renewable energy sector.
Global multibeam solution provided by MacArtney guarantees successful functioning of bathymetric surveys carried out close to the harbour of Bayonne in the south-west of France.
Survey work on world’s longest subsea interconnector involves MacArtney’s FOCUS 2 underwater vehicles
The first electricity link between the UK and Norway is to interconnect Nordic and British energy markets, the project involving among others MacArtney equipment fitted on board a multipurpose supply vessel.
Robust and energy-efficient offshore cable handling equipment from MacArtney ensures safe transport of array cables and export cables from the seabed onto the substation decks of Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm.
Huge order for high-end underwater connectors placed with MBT, MacArtney Germany, for delivery this year. The scope of supply matches a similar order placed last year by the same customer.
Hamburg Port Authority takes delivery of the 3rd integrated dual head multibeam survey system from MacArtney
Conducting around 900 surveys per year in the port of Hamburg, Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) requires high-end products for their multi-sensor systems and survey vessels.
Multipurpose drill ship provided with active heave compensated (AHC) drilling platform from MacArtney
Site investigations down to 60 m water depths have called for the installation of a turnkey MacArtney solution enabling the execution of advanced geo-technical drilling techniques.
MBT, MacArtney Germany, supplies equipment for sampling the surface sedimentation
MacArtney Underwater Technology Group has acquired the majority holding in Denmark based ASME A/S
Newly established MacArtney Canada office has successfully delivered EMO multiplexer systems designed to offer up to 2000 watts of DC power distribution
MacArtney docking head to ensure optimum handling of the Schmidt Ocean Institute ROV SuBastian on board the R/V Falkor
Combining advanced science with state-of-the-art technology to achieve lasting results in ocean research is essential to Schmidt Ocean Institute. Therefore, they decided on a MacArtney product
Transmitting turbidity data every half hour, blinking at dusk and being anchored with a 100 kg weight: a new type of buoy intended for turbidity long-term measurements has seen the light of day
Specialised instrument made specifically for ocean optics communities is to be applied by German Centre for Materials and Coastal Research providing a scientific basis for sustainable development and future-oriented coastal management
Innovative geotechnical profiling system analyses the underwater sediment layers during intrusion. Recent business partnership agreement between dotOcean and MacArtney covering the North American continent consolidates MacArtney’s strong position in key markets and provides customer access to the extensive range of dotOcean sediment and soil measurement products
Stinger Technology AS has taken delivery of a customised Seaeye Falcon ROV to be used for offshore subsea operations under a contract awarded by Dong Energy
Developing new underwater technologies for the German navy is of prime concern to WehrTechnische Dienststelle, WTD 71. Therefore, they have decided on a MacArtney FOCUS 2 ROTV system representing a highly stable and flexible instrumentation platform as the basic tool for their development efforts
Canyon Offshore Inc., the marine contracting unit of Helix Energy Solutions, has opted for a MERMAC electric winch solution to empower the safe and efficient handling of ROV systems on board the latest two additions to the ‘Grand Canyon’ family of advanced offshore support vessels
Ongoing strategic push to provide global access with local support to MacArtney customers and solutions in all key markets for underwater technology makes MacArtney extend the sales representative network around the globe
As part of MacArtney’s continuous global commitment to bring underwater technology, service and products to the local marine communities around the world, MacArtney Inc. is expanding its Northeast operations in Massachusetts, US to larger office space and adding new workshop capacity
Business acquisition of EMO Marine Technologies Ltd. (EMO Marine) consolidates MacArtney’s presence on the Canadian east coast. Acquiring the sound and well-established Canadian company ensures optimum positioning of the 6th regional operation in the North American market
Adding high-grade competences to their portfolio of system sales causes MBT GmbH, MacArtney Germany, to generate a wider field of activity in terms of geographical market coverage in Germany
CORMAC M4C winch supplied by MacArtney Benelux to Belgian dotOcean specialising in sediment and soil characterisation systems and instrumentation
MacArtney has supplied a MERMAC S30C winch, cable and termination to IT International of Halifax, Nova Scotia, for their core sampling business group.
The agreement consolidates MacArtney’s strong position in key markets and provides customer access to the extensive range of dotOcean sediment and soil measurement products.
Complete MacArtney connectivity solution helps French marine renewable energy pioneer SABELLA pass with flying colours in cable operation connecting a tidal turbine to an onshore grid.
Antarctica expedition benefits from a state-of-the-art remotely operated vehicle (ROV) winch supplied by MacArtney Underwater Technology. An icebreaking polar supply and research vessel is to map out underwater conditions in the icy waters in terms of subsurface and marine life.
MacArtney has accepted responsibility for the in-field sales and after-sales support of Focal products in the commercial marine markets of the north-west region of North America via its office located in Victoria, BC in Canada.
LUXUS Dual 360º P/T is a heavy-duty pan-and-tilt unit suitable for a wide range of actuation tasks and intended for may applications in subsea tooling. It represents a unique and powerful addition to MacArtney's LUXUS range of underwater cameras, lights, and media controllers
MacArtney and EdgeTech have joined forces to extend the scientific and technological research capacity of R/V TUBITAK MARMARA
To ensure high-quality service and support to all of their Asian Pacific customers Focal Technologies Corporation, a Moog Inc. company, has entered into a sales and service partnership with their Focal global marine partner MacArtney Singapore Pte. Ltd.
MacArtney Underwater Technology is delighted to have supplied a consignment of underwater technology products and systems to the new and innovative Bibby HydroMap dynamic Remotely Operated Platform (d’ROP).
The MacArtney Group is delighted to have signed a representative agreement with Vsense Technologies LTD - an industrious and innovative technology company based in Israel. The two companies will team up to offer cutting-edge underwater technology products and solutions to clients within relevant Israeli markets.
MacArtney is pleased to introduce its new range of advanced in-house developed hydrostatic pressure vessels.
MacArtney Underwater Technology is delighted to supply SubConn underwater connectivity solutions for the cutting-edge, bow mounted sonar systems that are essential to the impressive undersea threat detection and response capability of the advanced FREMM frigates currently operated by the French, Italian and Moroccan navies.
MacArtney and EMS formalise long standing business partnership.
MacArtney set to launch new NEXUS MK VII multiplexer at Ocean Business 2015.
Geomarine set to represent MacArtney in Italy and Mozambique.
MacArtney and Sea-Bird Scientific supplies winch and CTD packages to Turkish research vessels.
Okeanus set to represent MacArtney in offshore Brazil.
GreenLink connectivity solution for Sabella tidal turbine array.
Nuytco rely on SubConn for mission critical subsea connectivity.
MacArtney connectivity helps land UFO in the North Sea.
The MacArtney Group is pleased to announce the entry of an exclusive representative agreement with Alakaluf Ltda - a leading marine technology provider based in Chile.
he MacArtney Underwater Technology Group is pleased to announce the inauguration of its fifth dedicated business unit in North America.
MacArtney UK acquires Callidus Subsea in bid for cable assembly pole position
MacArtney Singapore opens advanced fibre optics workshop
MacArtney supplies connectivity for ambitious transnational water pipeline project
MacArtney introduces TrustLink - Subsea connectivity for the marine industry
MacArtney sells Moog Focal FPSO slip rings for Martin Linge project
Cledirsa set to represent MacArtney in Uruguay and Paraguay
MacArtney winch for advanced Chinese research vessel
MacArtney Singapore opens slip ring service facility
New MacArtney camera protection solution for underwater welding
MacArtney know-how and connectivity for WASUB human powered submarine
MacArtney and Meyah Ich Ha join forces in offshore Mexico
MacArtney bolsters North American system sales focus
MacArtney is pleased to announce the entry of an exclusive representative agreement with Seattle based oceanographic instrument manufacturer, Sequoia Scientific Inc., to distribute the full range of LISST laser particle sizers and other Sequoia products in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.
MacArtney has delivered a powerful and versatile Sperre SUB-fighter 7500 ROV system for DBB ROV Services A/S, a major Danish ROV contractor for offshore drill support, inspection, survey and support jobs in connection with installation of offshore wind turbines.
In October 2014, Sequoia Scientific of Seattle, USA, MacArtney and University of Copenhagen will team up to organise the fourth edition of Particles in Europe (PiE) - a bi-annual conference focusing on particles in the aquatic environment.
MacArtney France is pleased to announce the addition of a modern and fully equipped pressure test facility to its workshop in Rousset. Being unique to the French market for underwater technology, the new facility represents a notable extension of the MacArtney France service portfolio.
Following a major expansion which saw new MacArtney offices open in every coastal corner of the North America and added several new faces to the team, MacArtney is looking to experience record breaking growth within North American markets for underwater technology. This marks a key contribution to the overall strategic ambition of the MacArtney Group to double turnover between 2010 and 2015.
As a part of continuous efforts to accommodate market demand for ever more flexible, dependable and cost efficient underwater connectivity solutions, SubConn® has introduced SubConn Micro ‘G2’ connectors to streamline its proven range of micro connectors.
MacArtney has supplied a major consignment of high performance oceanographic winches to JAMSTEC, the Japanese Agency of Marine-Earth-Science and Technology. The total of eight winch systems and appurtenant equipment were delivered to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries who, in cooperation with specialist MacArtney launch and recovery technicians, installed them onboard the brand new JAMSTEC research vessel, the R/V Shinsei Maru.
SeaBotix, San Diego based leading MiniROV manufacturer and supplier, has recently contracted MacArtney to supply an electric MERMAC ROV winch system with Active Heave Compensation (AHC) for use with the innovative SeaBotix CDS Containerized Delivery System.
The MacArtney Group is pleased to introduce the newly upgraded MERMAC R series of ROV winches. Featuring high power and speed, minimal maintenance requirements, a rugged and compact design, Active Heave Compensation (AHC) and a unique Remote Diagnostics Tool - the MERMAC R series promises to deliver cutting-edge winch solutions for ROV systems and tasks of all types.
MacArtney has recently delivered a customised CORMAC 5 stainless steel electrical winch coupled with an EdgeTech 4200 Side Scan Sonar system to STX Finland.
MacArtney - the Esbjerg based global specialist in underwater technology systems and solutions - walked away with the big prize when the 'Pioneer of the Year Award 2013' was recently presented at the annual Borsen Top1000 conference in Copenhagen, Denmark
The MacArtney Group has recently extended its exclusive agreement with long standing Chinese agent - SeaTech China. The new two-year deal was signed as SeaTech China and MacArtney joined forces for the first ever Chinese edition of the OI (Oceanology International) exhibition for marine science and technology.
MacArtney is pleased to announce that leading tidal power array developer and supplier, Andritz Hydro Hammerfest, has recently taken delivery of a MacArtney Medium Voltage Inline Termination.
In June of 2013, a dedicated team of oceanographers and astrobiologists onboard the Schmidt Ocean Institute research vessel, R/V Falkor, set sail on the two-leg Oases 2013 cruise to explore the Mid Cayman Rise.
The MacArtney Group is pleased to announce having signed a representative agreement with Escort Sp. z.o.o. to function as official MacArtney agent in Poland. Escort will administer the promotion and sales of MacArtney systems and products on the promising and diverse Polish market for underwater technology.
In appreciation of the continuous development of ever more compact ROVs, underwater systems and equipment - along with an emerging demand for a low light, diver inspection options, MacArtney is pleased to introduce the new LUXUS Compact Low Light Camera.
The MacArtney Group is pleased to announce the delivery of a CORMAC 4Stainless Steel Winch system to the Institute of Geosciences at the Christian Albrechts University of Kiel.
Following a cross-country journey with stops at science institutions, museums and even Capitol Hill, filmmaker and explorer James Cameron recently handed over the Deepsea Challenger, the only human occupied vehicle currently able to access the very deepest parts of the ocean, to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI).
The MacArtney Group is pleased to announce that a full and dedicated range of brackets and accessories is now available for use with MacArtney LUXUS underwater Cameras and Lights.
At the beginning of the 2013 pipeline inspection season, client requirements led to Fugro needing to move fast to acquire a new ROTV vehicle.
The MacArtney Group is pleased to announce the introduction of the new 13 Pin SubConn® Low Profile Power and Ethernet Connector.
Over forty years of experience in oil and gas operations has established Aberdeen as one of the most influential, innovative and proactive energy cities in the world. Several leading international companies are based in the city, which is widely recognised as the Energy Capital of Europe.
MacArtney Norge has a long standing relationship with ROV manufacturer SAAB Seaeye Limited - and the two companies have worked together on numerous projects related to the production, maintenance and sale of the versatile Sea Owl 500 observation class ROV system. Now MacArtney and SAAB Seaeye have developed an upgraded XTi version which, while staying within the realm of the original and proven Sea Owl 500 design, features significant upgrades of all system facets.
The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group is pleased to announce the entering of a distributors agreement with Cooper Interconnect, hereby adding BurtonTM subsea connectors, penetrators and accessories to the MacArtney range of underwater connectivity solutions.
The leading Russian State Scientific Centre Yuzhmorgeologiya (YMG), has recently placed a significant order for SubConn® (especially Hard Anodized Aluminium and Micro Series types) and BurtonTM connectors, to interface its extensive range of underwater equipment.
The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group is pleased to announce the display and demonstration of the pathbreaking Sensorbot technology at Ocean Business 2013.
MacArtney Benelux is pleased to announce the addition of a modern and fully equipped pressure tank facility to the company's workshop in Rotterdam, NL.
Recently, renewable energy technology developer, Principle Power, was awarded a Department of Energy grant worth $4M and up to $47M in total funding, to support its WindFloat Pacific Demonstration Project.
In early December 2012, Dutch subsea service provider, DCN Diving, required the assistance and service of MacArtney Benelux, to co-design, build and deliver an extensive range of underwater technology equipment, for use on a major project.
In March 2013, in the wake of the recent opening of new MacArtney Inc. offices on the Western US Seaboard - MacArtney Pacific Northwest and West Coast Operations will be opening the doors to a couple of ambitious 'Lunch and Learn' knowledge sharing and networking events.
To further support the ascending demand for API connectors - the MacArtney Underwater Technology Group is now ready with a 4-pin addition to the Mac API Power and Signal Connector range.
The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group is pleased to reveal the accession of two new members to its board of directors.
The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group is pleased to announce the entry of an agreement with JCS Tetis Pro, to function as MacArtney's official representative in Russia. Tetis Pro will administer the promotion and sales of MacArtney products on the Russian market.
The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group is pleased to announce the opening of yet another new sales office in the United States.
The MacArtney Underwater Technology group recently grew by combining Boston-based SubConn® sales with existing Houston operations under the new name MacArtney Inc. and is now expanding its north American coverage further by opening in the Pacific North West.
Across England and Wales, The Environment Agency monitors fish life in rivers and waterways. They investigate rare and threatened species, such as eel and lamprey, and enumerate salmon and sea trout migrations. These agencies also investigate fish behaviour around in-river structures like abstraction sites and pump houses, tidal flap structures and fish passes to name a few applications.
This month, the world marks a centenary since the unsinkable Titanic took 1514 souls with it to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. At a depth of 3784 metres below the surface, the wreck lay untouched until it was rediscovered in 1985.
MacArtney Underwater Technology Group, a world leader in underwater services and support, has announced that it has expanded its North American operations. MacArtney Offshore and M.J. Stewart Associates have joined forces as MacArtney Inc.
The MacArtney Group is launching a new video unit, camera and light range, the LUXUS series with 3 types of lights, 4 cameras, 2 video units and accessories. The entire range has been designed to combine operational and service flexibility, excellent performance and ensured reliability. Their compact size and robust design make them ideal for ROV and diving applications – from shallow dives to deep water ROV operations.
Demands placed on underwater connectors have increased as underwater technology projects combine increasing numbers of sensors and each sensor requires multiple connections. Often connectors need to combine power and signal – power to supply the sensors and signals for information.
As more offshore renewable projects move from single renewable energy converters to arrays, hubs are increasingly being sought to gather and distribute power input from several devices.
It is now easier to view and compare MacArtney winch solutions and products. The new Winch and Handling Systems brochure gathers information on the full scope of MacArtney winch supply in one publication. You can find information on ROV winches, MacArtney Active Heave Compensation winches, oceanographic winches and much, much more.
To make A-frame adjusting and equipment change faster, easier and safer, MacArtney has designed and developed a new and unique A-frame system.
The MacArtney Group’s longest established subsidiary, MacArtney Norge in Stavanager, Norway, has officially opened its doors to their newly completed, purposed built building.
MacArtney was voted finalists in two categories in the 2011 Tidal Awards for their pioneering work in the design and supply of cable connector solutions for the tidal energy market.
In space there can be no weak links and the success of projects is reliant on every component and connection. The European Space Agency, or ESA, has a system of standards and certification that ensures that commercial electronics work for space projects meets the high level needed in space.
Earlier this summer, 2011, Orkney based Scotrenewables launched their prototype floating tidal turbine, the SR250, designed to minimise the installation and maintenance costs of tidal energy compared to seabed-mounted tidal turbines. Vital infrastructure for this renewable energy project was designed and supplied by MacArtney Underwater Technology.
Aberdeen, Scotland: World leading marine rental company, Ashtead Technology, announces the appointment of MacArtney Norge A/S as Ashtead Technology agent for the Nordic Region. MacArtney is a well established global supplier of underwater technology, specialising in the design, manufacture, sales and service of a wide range of systems.
Retrieving bodies and related items from the sea floor is important for those left behind after human tragedies at sea and essential for investigations. Locating and retrieving valuable evidence can be critical for inquest or trial, yet finding objects underwater is not always an easy task.
The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group will be conducting diver demonstrations of underwater cameras and live comparison of sonar technologies at Ocean Business exhibition in April – with presentations in the test tank, at dockside, in the classroom and on the exhibition stand.
Traditionally, moorings have had to rely on the mobile telephone network or radio to transmit data to onshore bases.
Waves are set to become an enormous source of renewable energy – and the larger and more reliable their movement, the greater their potential. Yet tapping into this wave energy requires sturdy systems that can withstand literally everything that the ocean throws at them and be reliable for extended periods with minimal servicing.
MacArtney has launched a new, intelligent underwater winch system. Offering flexible oceanographic measuring and monitoring, it is capable of launching and retrieving an extensive range of underwater oceanographic equipment at programmed intervals and defined depths.
Blow out preventers can make the difference between safety and disaster at offshore drilling sites. Installed to protect lives and the environment, there can be no room for error. MacArtney’s new American Petroleum Institute (API) approved connector helps ensure Hydril’s new blow out preventer system will function if needed.
Off the coast of the Dunwich in Suffolk lies half a medieval town long since abandoned to the encroaching sea. Despite many diver and sonar surveys, the extent and detail of the well-known site are still unknown as poor visibility frustrates its study.
We were delighted to welcome HRH Prince Joachim of Denmark to our stand at the Rio Oil & Gas conference. Our stand was part of the Danish delegation that included other Danish companies, including Maersk Oil, VIKING Life-Saving Equipment, NKT and Welltec.
Underwater systems depend on every piece of equipment functioning properly and users need to know that their system will work before deployment. Buying components from companies with certified production ensures predetermined standards of production quality and uniformity. ISO certification is an important proof for quality in some markets and in some cases it is a requirement.
SubConn® customers are set to benefit from faster lead times and increased product support as the leading connector manufacturer recently purchased the assets of their main supplier of inner machined parts, Cornerstone. This acquisition has brought the entire manufacturing process of underwater connectors under one roof and will streamline production.
MacArtney has recently delivered two FOCUS vehicles to DOF Subsea. This FOCUS-2 system is another dual system and was built and delivered in record time. The very tight time schedule demanded good co-operation between engineering, project management and workshop. And thanks to enthusiasm and hard work throughout the chain it all came together in time.
The MacArtney Group is pleased to announce the European launch at Oceanology 2010 of the new Adaptive Resolution Imaging Sonar, ARIS, manufactured by Sound Metrics Corporation. The ARIS is a development from the successful DIDSON sonar range and boasts better resolution, improved electronic capabilities, higher operating frequencies, lighter weight, lower power consumption and lower maintenance.
Handling online information form a large number of underwater instruments often requires fibre optic multiplexers and cables. Using a multiplexer that works on copper cables can be an economic and practical alternative to fibre optic systems, especially when adding multiplexer to existing equipment.
In response to the continued success of MacArtney’s recent addition to the range of SubConn® connectors, the Hard Anodised SubConn® Connector is now held as a stock item.
In potentially the biggest change in recent fishing history, a new trawling method stands to have a double benefit for fishermen, reducing fuel costs by half and improving catch quality. The new method that eliminates chain dragging on the seabed also protects the seafloor environment and reduces unwanted species catch.
MacArtney Offshore, the Houston operation of the MacArtney Underwater Technology Group, has moved into larger premises. With more than double the capacity of the previous site, MacArtney Offshore will offer even better services to its customers and local access to global MacArtney capabilities.
The inshore waters of Ireland are areas of enormous activity and value. Yet more still needs to be learned about the physical, chemical and biological makeup of the seabed to ensure that effective resource management supports present and future economic and environmental issues.
ETI and MacArtney announce technology project to significantly reduce subsea cable costs for marine energy devices
The wet-mate connector project could considerably reduce the cost of cabling from offshore wave and tidal farms to the shore by allowing cables to be connected on the seabed and increasing the voltage rating.
At the beginning of this year, MacArtney Benelux sold a DIDSON to Imares Wageningen. The DIDSON has been a success and Imares Wageningen has now published a newsletter describing the project.
Subsea 7, leading subsea engineering and construction company, and their customer, are delighted with their new self-contained underwater umbilical testing system. A new take on pre-function testing, the new self-contained system envisaged by Subsea 7 and engineered by MacArtney, takes testing to the sea bed, making it faster and more convenient to test in situ.
MacArtney’s latest supply to the new Skandi Acergy, one of the world’s best equipped offshore construction vessels, brought launch and recovery systems into an entirely new dimension. 2 complete twin systems of 3 harmonised winch arrangements operate work class ROVs through the middle of the vessel, allowing for deployment in very heavy seas.
In response to growing needs in the ROV industry, SubConn® has developed and manufactured a new combined power and data cable. ROVs and other underwater equipment can now be powered through the same cable used for data transfer.
Before building the new transport link from Denmark to Germany over the Fehmarnbelt, detailed studies of the current environment need to be performed. MacArtney A/S has been chosen to advise and supply instruments and infrastructure components (underwater cables, connectors, teminations, etc.) to monitor life and flow in the strait. This information will help planners choose which kind of link to build and document any environmental changes it brings.
MacArtney UK, part of the global MacArtney Underwater Technology Group, has just completed a move into new, purpose-built premises in Aberdeen. The 3000m2 building combines office and workshop space with a large warehouse and yard and provides MacArtney UK with room to expand and introduce new products and services.
Active heave compensation winches are highly advanced ROV winches that filter out the effect of vessel movement caused by waves. They allow ROVs and other vehicles to continue to operate safely in heavier seas and reduce weather-related down time. But getting the right system for a vessel requires precise calculations and engineering. Choosing the right partner is essential for ensuring the right end product, not only in terms of precision, but also for power efficiency and improved environment.
With a European deadline of 2020 by which 20% of power must be from renewable sources, the race is on to find the best ways of transferring energy from nature to man. Behind the highly sophisticated designs lies a wealth of equally technologically advanced infrastructure designed to transfer the gathered energy offshore to the power grid onshore. And whilst some of the technology is very new, a great deal of the infrastructure technology is based on tried and tested systems and decades of experience.
The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group will be conducting live demonstrations of ROV, underwater camera and sonar equipment at the Ocean Business exhibition in April – with presentations at dockside, in the classroom and on the exhibition stand.
EurOceanique, part of the MacArtney Underwater Technology Group, has opened a large workshop in Rousset near Aix en Provence in Southern France. This modern and fully equipped workshop offers faster and more convenient mouldings, terminations, spares and repairs for customers in France, Italy, Portugal and Spain.
Increasing focus on safety and training from major customers has prompted MacArtney to design and introduce a range of winch operation and maintenance courses.
The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group is delighted to announce that MacArtney A/S in Denmark is now an authorised service centre
Danish based underwater technology company, MacArtney A/S, is pleased to announce that it has bought into its long-term supplier, the engineering company A. Schmidt Marine A/S. The strategic purchase of ASME A/S will allow MacArtney to extend and improve its winch range and further develop into the marine electric power regulation within the offshore renewable energy sector.
In September, Marin Mätteknik (MMT) began a survey of possible routes for subsea pipelines carrying carbon dioxide to storage sites in the Norwegian offshore sector. The work was expected to take about a month to complete, according to contract manager Olof Nilsson.
MacArtney's new cable status indicator with jumbo display allows the operator to view vital cable information from exactly where on board it suits him.
With its latest orders to the offshore renewable energy industry, Danish based manufacturer MacArtney is proving to be at the forefront of advising on systems and providing solutions to the industry-wide challenge of transferring moving water energy to the onshore power grid.
MBT, part of the MacArtney Group, recently held an ROV workshop in the historic harbour city of Kiel.
OPT is a leading wave power technology company based in the UK and USA. The company is commercialising its PowerBuoy® and offshore connections technology to convert and transmit wholesale amounts of electrical power from offshore. In 2007, OPT raised US$100 m through its listing on NASDAQ and in 2003 OPT raised US$40m by listing on the London Stock Exchange's AIM market.
MacArtney A/S has designed and produced a new generation of deep sea penetrator, the Dual Way Water Block, specifically designed to withstand the challenges of system infrastructure at depths of up to 6000 metres.
Patrick Feeleus, Noordhoek Offshore BV the Netherlands, discusses the company's Remote Operated Towed Vehicle (ROTV) and its application in pipeline inspection projects.
The MacArtney Group is pleased to announce that our subsidary, MacArtney Norway and AGR has signed a frame agreement for the delivery of a series of purpose built combined winch & handling systems for AGRs Riserless Mud Recovery (RMR) systems.
Noordhoek Survey's first ROTV pipeline inspection campaign in the Southern North Sea has been successful.
The MacArtney Group has during the winter and early spring delivered 6 EdgeTech 4200-FS side scan sonar systems.
Since the introduction of the SeaBat 7125 multibeam sonars we have been asked by our NEXUS customers how they could interface this sonar system via the NEXUS multiplexer.
MacArtney Norway and AGR has recently signed a frame agreement for the delivery of a series of purpose built combined winch and handling systems for AGRs RMR pump systems.
Noordhoek is proud to announce that the company has taken delivery of a MacArtney Focus-2 ROTV system with two Focus-2 ROTV vehicles, after the successful Factory Acceptance Test (FAT).
Dutch subsea contractor Noordhoek Offshore BV has purchased a MacArtney Focus - 2 ROTV system to complement the existing fleet of survey platforms and ROV's.
The winch and Triaxus were developed by the MacArtney Underwater Technology Group (Esbjerg, Denmark).
MacArtney has recently sold a standard 300m rated DIDSON sonar to the Environmental Agency (EA) for England and Wales. The DIDSON (Dualfrequency IDentification SONar) system is a unique high-definition sonar that uses acoustic lenses to make almost photographic quality images in dark, turbid and environmentally unfriendly waters.