Aerial view on port of Sevastopol, ships are moored in the docks. Credit: Shutterstock

Ukraine eyes sea blockade of Crimea

The Ukrainian hydrographic service Derzhhydrographia is working on establishing a specially restricted sea area around Crimea, aimed at nearly completely ceasing ship calls in the ports of the peninsula, according to Bohdan Ustymenko, deputy head […]

The importance of deep sea exploration

One thing that I am truly fascinated about is when researchers are able to uncover some of the many secrets of the deep sea. Living in harsh conditions, it is not easy to deploy equipment […]

Hydrographic research vessel works going ahead

The construction of the hydrographic research vessel Geo Ranger for hydrographic survey specialists, Geo Plus, is being carried out according to plan and on schedule reported Dutch shipyard Royal Niestern Sander. “The vessel will be […]

Subsea boulder detection using AI

Underwater technology specialist Coda Octopus is launching SEADP – Survey Engine Automatic Object Detection Package – that slashes boulder detection and reporting time from days to minutes. Based on algorithms designed and developed around artificial […]

MineWare offers underwater digging support

Monitoring expert MineWare has expanded the capability of its Pegasys Dragline Monitor to support underwater digging. Enhanced with MineWare’s new machine terrain mapping technology, Pegasys can now help miners locate and recover material up to […]