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Coda Octopus’s 3D HUD System Wins Award

Coda Octopus has won an award for its development of a prototype real-time 3D Head Up Display solution for divers. The award was given by the Applied Research Laboratory (ARL) at Penn State University which is a tenured U.S. Department of Defense-designated University Affiliated Research Center, as part of a… Read More

Coda Octopus Introduces 3D Connect

Coda Octopus has released the 3D Connect to give a single connection point for all its sonars, single and dual-axis rotators, above water camera and F180 series GPS and Motion sensors. 3D Connect replaces the existing DIU-212 for CodaOctopus® Underwater Inspection System (UIS) users and connects directly with any existing… Read More

Patent Pending DynaCover

DynaCover, constructed from Dyneema fibers, is the latest technology available for outer dredge pump casing. Introduced by Damen, the DynaCover can be mounted around existing cast pump casing, weighs significantly less than steel casing, and provides a strength comparable to 40 mm of steel. Using Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene… Read More

JR Bagger Acquires Rights to Beyer Dredges

Gantry-type dredge with output ranging from 300 t/h to 1200 t/h for single units and more than 2400 t/h for twin units. Jochen Rohr, CEO of Aggregate Dredge Solutions, has formed a new company called JR Bagger & Technik GmbH in Speyer, Germany. This venture creates an all-new operation in… Read More

Furuno Enhances Radar Line

Furuno has added Fast Target Tracking and ARPA capability to its line of radars technology. The DRS4DL for NavNet TZtouch and NavNet TZtouch2 are now called DRS4DL+. The DRS4DL+, a 4kW, 36n.m. Radar housed in a 19-inch Radome will work well on smaller boats with clearance constraints. In addition, the Radome… Read More