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In this episode, we talk with Dave Shaw, owner of Diving Services UK, and designer of the Underwater Stage, now managed by Dave on behalf of Pinewood Studios, London. Dave speaks about some of the complexities and technologies involved in setting up and capturing underwater scenes for TV and film, and more,  giving us a fascinating insight into what goes on behind the scenes. He also speaks about his own background in diving and how this led to the Underwater Stage being built.Dave also won the SUT's Houlder Cup in 2017 for Outstanding Contribution to Underwater Operations.Find out more about Diving Services UK and the Underwater Stage at www.divingservicesuk.com  or contact info@divingservicesuk.comThis is the last episode of season 3, join us in 2022 for season 4!Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech) Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode we talk with Michele Stanley, Associate Director for Science, Enterprise and Innovation at SAMS - the Scottish Association for Marine Science. Michele talks about the work of SAMS in the field of seaweed farming and research, how seaweed can be cultivated as a sustainable energy and food source and its benefits for absorbing Carbon Dioxide.Find out more about SAMS at www.sams.ac.uk or contact info@sams.ac.ukFind out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech) Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode, we talk with Jill Zande, president of MATE Inspiration for Innovation. Jill speaks about her 20-year involvement in the MATE ROV competition, how this has grown to an internationally recognised competition with global participation, and how it is actively inspiring the next generation of marine and subsea engineers.Find out more about MATE at materovcompetition.orgFind out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech) Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode, we talk with Tyler de Gier, General Manager of Welaptega, Ashtead Technology’s inspection and integrity engineering business. Tyler speaks about their best-in-class asset integrity inspection technology and how they have innovated to provide inspection as a remote operation.Find out more about Ashtead at www.ashtead-technology.comFind out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech) Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode, we are pleased to announce the winner of the inaugural SUT Gwyn Griffiths Award for Underwater Robotics. Alex Tomaszek, COO and co-founder of 1CSI speaks about the recognition of the Gwyn Griffiths award, how she arrived at a career in underwater robotics and gives an insight into the work of 1CSI. Alex also speaks about women in engineering and how we can all be inspired to work towards an all-inclusive industry.Find out more about 1CSI at 1csi.ukFind out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech) Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode, we talk with Martin Sayer, Managing Director of Tritonia Scientific and interim chair of the SUT's Diving and Manned Submersibles Special Interest Group. Martin speaks about the work of Tritonia Scientific in development of diving survey techniques and his extensive background in diving and marine science.Find out more about Tritonia Scientific at tritoniascientific.co.uk and watch their YouTube videos here. Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech) Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode, we talk with Jeff Neasham, senior lecturer at Newcastle University and principal of the SEALab research group. Jeff speaks about a range of exciting developments in acoustic technology including an acoustic listening project which led to findings of quietening in the oceans during COVID lockdown. Jeff also speaks about involvement in the UK Acoustics Network (UKAN), a special interest group dedicated to research in underwater acoustics.UK Acoustics Network - https://acoustics.ac.uk/ A link to the buoy on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/ANGY-SEALABand here is a nice example of dolphins:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd3CNLgN1-kThe SEAlab Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SEAlabNewcastle/Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
nIn this episode we talk with Dr Atmanand from the Indian Institute of Technology. Atmanand speaks about involvement in the forthcoming IEEE/MTS Oceans 2022 conference held in India, and an extensive career in subsea technology developments including deepsea mining, manned submersibles, ROVs, water desalination, coastal protection, tsunami warning, and thermal energy recovery from tropical ocean regions.Find out more about the Oceans 2022 conference in Chennai here and submit your abstracts.Get in touch with Dr Atmanand via atmanandma@hotmail.com or find him on LinkedIn here.Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
Welcome to Season 3 of the Underwater Technology Podcast!In this episode, we talk with Ross MacFarlane, USV Policy and Public Affairs Advisor with Fugro. Ross speaks about the MASSPeople programme, intended to improve regulation and people competencies in the fast-growing field of autonomous and uncrewed surface vessels.The MASSPeople working group will safeguard progression in the technology-people partnership identifying the workforce's changing needs and providing recommendations on new competency standards; as well as proposing specialisms, training structures and qualification requirements for operators now and in the future. Find out more here:Fugro website - https://www.fugro.com/MASSPeople Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/company/mass-peopleMaritime and Coastguard Agency Linkedin- https://www.linkedin.com/company/maritime-and-coastguard-agency/SeabotXR website - https://www.linkedin.com/company/seabot-xr/Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
We're back with a special bonus episode to tide you over between seasons 2 and 3!We relive some of our favorite subsea facts from season 2 and give you some interesting stats about the podcast. We have had an amazing variety of facts, but also a variety of types of facts, from understanding the scale and size of various subsea tech, and those breaking world records, to unusual findings from the natural world and fascinating subsea stories.We also hear a new subsea fact from our podcast editor, Emily Boddy of the SUT! Thank you to all of our excellent podcast guests for contributing their subsea facts!Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode, we talk with Paul Cook, Senior Product Manager for Renewables at Proserv. Paul speaks about their ECG™  development, Electro Cable Guard, in collaboration with Synaptec and BPP Cable Solutions, a game-changing technology for real-time health monitoring of critical offshore wind subsea cables.Find out more about Proserv at www.proserv.com, learn more about ECG™ here, or contact Paul Cook at paul.cook@proserv.comFind out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramSend in your questions about the underwater world for our subsea experts to answer in an upcoming podcast episode podcast@sut.org For more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact podcast@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode, we talk with Professor Stephen de Mora, IMarEST ambassador for the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. Stephen, who is an SUT Oceanography Award winner, talks about his career in ocean science, and key messages, initiatives, and goals for the UN decade. Find out more about the UN Ocean Decade here www.oceandecade.organd find out more about IMarEST here www.imarest.orgFind out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramSend in your questions about the underwater world for our subsea experts to answer in an upcoming podcast episode info@sut.orgFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact info@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode we talk with Katie Cross, Lucy Shuff and Nathan Formosa from the SUT's Marine Environmental Science Special Interest Group, a newly-created forum for professionals from industry, academia, and government to discuss and share ideas, technologies, applications, concepts, and policies for marine environmental science. We learn what work they do in their respective professional roles, and what the activities and goals are of the Group.Find out more about, and get in touch with the Marine Environmental Science Group at www.sut.org/specialist-interest-group/marine-environmental-science/Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramSend in your questions about the underwater world for our subsea experts to answer in an upcoming podcast episode info@sut.orgFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact info@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show
In this episode, we talk with Nicolas Droushiotis of CHC (Cyprus Hydrocarbons Company). Nicolas talks about the Eastern Mediterranean energy market, subsea tieback developments, and how Cyprus fits in with the European Energy Strategy both for today and for the future. Nicolas also talks about development of a new Eastern Mediterranean branch of the SUT and what this means to the region.Find out more about the Cyprus Hydrocarbons Company at https://chc.com.cy/ Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramSend in your questions about the underwater world for our subsea experts to answer in an upcoming podcast episode info@sut.orgFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact info@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
How do you complete a survey operation in Norway and deliver real-time survey data to the US without stepping out the door of your facility in Ireland? We find out how with James Ives, CEO of XOCEAN. James talks about offering ocean data collection as a turnkey service, and how XOCEAN achieves this using uncrewed surface vessels to provide remotely captured survey data to global clients.Find out more about XOCEAN at xocean.com or contact James Ives at james.ives@xocean.comFind out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramSend in your questions about the underwater world for our subsea experts to answer in an upcoming podcast episode info@sut.orgFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact info@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode we talk with Oliver Wragg, Commercial Director at Orbital Marine Power Ltd. Oliver talks about the development of their O2 tidal turbine, the world's most powerful tidal turbine, and how this can help in the path towards the goal of clean energy.Find out more at orbitalmarine.com or find them on YouTube, LinkedIn and Facebook.Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramSend in your questions about the underwater world for our subsea experts to answer in an upcoming podcast episode info@sut.orgFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact info@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode, we talk with Tricia Hill, Chair and President of the SUT US branch. Tricia talks about her background in the subsea industry, her involvement in the SUT, and what work the SUT US branch is doing to promote the subsea industry.Find out more about the SUT US branch at https://sut-us.org/Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramSend in your questions about the underwater world for our subsea experts to answer in an upcoming podcast episode info@sut.orgFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact info@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show
This week we speak with Andrew Connelly, our Underwater Technology Podcast host! Andrew is an active SUT Member serving on SUT Council and the SUT Aberdeen branch, but also has a day job working as the Product Line Manager at Imenco, providing smart solutions to the ocean industries.Find out more about Imenco at imenco.no Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramSend in your questions about the underwater world for our subsea experts to answer in an upcoming podcast episode info@sut.orgFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact info@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode, we talk with Teo van der Kammen from ORE Catapult. Teo talks about his background in tidal energy developments and the work that ORE Catapult is doing with the TIGER project to promote the development of tidal energy technology.Find out more about the TIGER Project at https://interregtiger.com/Find out more about ORE Catapult at https://ore.catapult.org.uk/Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramSend in your questions about the underwater world for our subsea experts to answer in an upcoming podcast episode info@sut.orgFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact info@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
In this episode, we talk with Fraser Milne, Engineering and Projects Director at Balmoral. Fraser talks about the Balmoral product line past, present, and future, and how they are adapting to keep up with changing markets in the offshore world.Find out more at www.balmoraloffshore.comFind out more about SUT at www.sut.org, contact us via info@sut.orgFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and InstagramSend in your questions about the underwater world for our subsea experts to answer in an upcoming podcast episode info@sut.orgFor more information on how to sponsor an upcoming podcast episode contact info@sut.org Thanks to Emily Boddy for the podcast artwork and for composing the Underwater Technology Podcast theme music. Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)
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