• treasure 36 million salvaged from the seabed

    Wreck was found in 2011 with the intact condition. It is located about 480 km off the coast of Ireland, the famous Titanic deeper than 4 km. With this discovery, the search operation using an underwater robot and it took nearly three hours and a half to the bottom of the Atlantic. Mr. Mark Gordon, president and chief executive officer of the company and rescue archeology Underwater Odyssey Marine Exploration said the survey scale world record, and nobody has reached this depth previously. The video shows the robot dial from rusting ship very specific, viewers can see the stairs, compass and even toilet intact. Also, many people saw the torpedo hole and paint the hull of British shipping company - India. After review, Odyssey Marine Exploration said it had obtained 2,792 silver ingots, silv...

    published: 25 Jul 2013
  • James Fisher Offshore's mass flow excavation tool - HydroDigger

    Fisher Offshore's HydroDigger is a highly effective subsea excavation tool that is deployed over a vessel side and operated remotely from it's deck and works by producing a controlled column of water, the pressure of which effectively excavates the seabed. This minimizes the risks assosiated with physical contact especially around complex subsea assets. Pipe/Cable burial & de-burial; Rock dump removal; Pre & Post lay trenching; Sandwave correction. By employing real time sonar monitoring , the HydroDigger enables precision excavation both within constrained areas and long distances. This makes it ideal for seabed preparation, pipe laying, IRM and decomissioning. The HydroDigger has been deployed in many projects around the world. It's rapid excavation combined with excellent reliab...

    published: 17 Dec 2013
  • Seavator

    The SeaVator is an underwater excavation and pipeline trenching system. Marin purchased AGR Seabed Intervention in a seven-figure deal to buy back the technology and assets it originally developed for seabed intervention, which were sold to AGR when it bought Marin’s old company SeaVation in 2006. Marin's Seavator and EVO technology are capable of completing work from shallow coastal regions to full ocean depths.

    published: 28 Jan 2016
  • DCNS - SMX-26 Littoral Seabed Landing Submarine Combat Simulation [1080p]

    SMX-26 is a small submarine designed for operation in very shallow waters, in littoral zones not usually accessible for conventional submarine operations. SMX-26 can remain on the sea bed for long periods, continuously monitoring its environment, before attacking its target with the appropriate assets. Its shape ensures precise, safe progress in very shallow waters, enabling operation in water less than 15m deep. Its 2 shaft-lines and its 4 steerable and retractable azimuth thrusters give the SMX-26 extreme manoeuvrability and the ability to remain in a stabilized position near the bottom or just under the surface in swell. The SMX-26's capacity for long discreet surveillance is also noteworthy. It is capable of 'landing' very quickly on all types of sea bed thanks to a extendable...

    published: 15 Apr 2013
  • NATO - Six Colours: Molfetta, Danger on the seabed

    Video topic: NATO Molfetta and submerged ammunition. Source: NURC Maritime safety and detection of hazardous objects. Italy protects maritime traffic against submerged munitions. NATO and its Undersea Research Centre, the NURC, are working to reduce this threat. More information at: http://www.nurc.nato.int/ NATO Homepage: http://www.nato.int

    published: 27 Apr 2009
  • FNSS - Kaplan & Pars Family of Armoured Vehicles Simulation [1080p]

    http://www.fnss.com.tr/en/news/fnss-showcases-the-future-of-land-platforms-at-idef Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)

    published: 05 Jun 2017
  • UFO at Bottom of Ocean?

    Learn guitar chords for FREE through our new game Chord Master: http://bit.ly/ChordMasterYT Flying saucer or not, one thing that can be agreed on is that the shape discovered at the bottom of the Baltic Sea on June 19 is definitely a "very strange anomaly." 300 feet below the surface, a Swedish team of nautical salvagers called the Ocean Explorer team discovered the 60-foot-wide circular object while searching for a shipwreck containing rare champagne. "You see a lot of weird stuff in this job, but during my 18 years as a professional I have never seen anything like this. The shape is completely round," Peter Lindberg, leader of The Ocean Explorer team, told the local press. The expedition's sonar also picked up what appears to be substantial seabed displacement or scarring, indicating t...

    published: 02 Aug 2011
  • DCNS - SMX 3.0 Stealth Submarine Combat Simulation [720p]

    Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)

    published: 20 Dec 2016
  • MBDA - CVS302 Hoplite Land/Naval-Launched Precision UAV Missile System Combat Simulation [480p]

    Pioneering indirect fire weapon system designed for the complex 2035 battle space. • CV 2013 rapid automatic planning minimises workload by providing engagement solutions to operatorAgile mission control and fast, low-flying missiles vastly reduce the need to clear an air corridor, cutting response times • Two missiles deliver overall capability and can be matched to mission complexity, increasing load-out flexibility and reducing mission cost • Innovative propulsion allows supersonic flight and subsonic dwell for operator in the loop targeting Step change in organic fire support capability for land and sea forces • Compact launcher implementing Soft Vertical Launch (SVL) provides a fast response and is platform agnostic • Survivable missiles operate in hostile airspace whi...

    published: 20 Sep 2013
  • DCNS - SMX® Ocean Multi-Role Attack Submarine Combat Simulation [1080p]

    10.28.2014 - At Euronaval 2014, DCNS is unveiling the SMX®-Océan conventionally powered attack submarine. The new vessel draws extensively on the design of a state-of-the-art nuclear- powered submarine, with a number of key innovations that give this diesel-electric adaptation truly outstanding performance. A world leader in naval defence and an innovator in energy, the DCNS Group and its 13,600 employees are committed to applying their advanced know-how to help keep the oceans safe and secure. The Group’s internationally acclaimed expertise is perfectly illustrated by the SMX®-Océan project. Exceptional Performance This innovative concept ship promises submerged endurance and deployment capabilities that are unprecedented for a conventional-propulsion submarine. With up to three mont...

    published: 29 Oct 2014
  • Underwater FX for Unity

    This Underwater FX pack provides a wide range of objects and effects to bring your underwater environment alive. The complete list of assets include: * 6 coral rocks (with and without caustics effect) * 4 corals * Bubbles particles (3 different sizes) * Sea bed sand (with and without caustics effect) * Animated jellyfish * Animated fish * Animated waterweed * Floating particles * Undersea background sphere * Grass * Underwater audio (looping) Custom scripts for the caustics (scrolling UVs), and shaders (for the undersea background) are also included. Now available to download from the Unity Asset Store here: https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/en/#!/content/61157

    published: 20 Apr 2016
  • Underwater Mobile Mapping

    DOF Subsea, Sonardyne, 2G Robotics, and Seatronics successfully demonstrated a new underwater surveying technique that could significantly shorten the time needed to map underwater structures and offshore sites. The new technique uses a 3D laser scanner fitted to an ROV to create highly detailed, point cloud images of subsea assets and environments. By combining the 3D laser data with precise underwater acoustic and inertial navigation information, it is now possible to generate centimetre resolution engineering models from which accurate measurements can be instantaneously and repeatably captured.

    published: 01 Feb 2017
  • Experion PKS - Lundin Norway Edvard Grieg | Honeywell Case Study

    Honeywell’s Experion® PKS is still all about connecting people with processes and assets with one unified architecture and a common HMI across the enterprise. It is the world’s most advanced, open, and cyber secure control system on the market today. It further optimizes LEAP™ project execution with Automated Device commissioning, enabling late binding of devices with loop configuration created in the cloud. Honeywell’s advancements in open system integration have led to new capabilities including applying Experion for electrical system control and management, multivariable APC in the controller, wireless HART, and automated skid integration via SCADA. Learn more at http://www.honeywellprocess.com/experion See the full list of Lundin Norway case study videos: http://hwll.co/lundin ...

    published: 26 Apr 2017
  • PhotoSynergy LIGHTPATH - fibre lighting to 3000m depth

    PhotoSynergy Ltd (PSL) extends its reach deeper with the development of SLS7000, prompted by industry to take its award winning LIGHTPATH fibre lighting concept to a depth of 3000m. The video highlights the PSL support to the Aubin Subsea trial at The Underwater Centre where LIGHTPATH was utilised to locate hydraulic hoses both their route and identify each hose by colour to assist ROV pilots during their operational tasks. The initial trial was at 100m depth in Loch Linnhe. The demands of connectivity to link existing seabed infrastructure to exploit new assets increases the challenge on subsea technology to supply a cost effective solution for installation, repair and maintenance. The network of seabed pipe systems during installation will have their orientation identified by illumina...

    published: 12 May 2015
  • Launch of new Shell to Sea report- Liquid Assets

    DEVASTATING REPORT EXPOSES STATE'S MISMANAGEMENT OF OIL AND GAS RESOURCES -- Research reveals company estimates of 21 billion barrels in licensed areas -- Oil and gas under the areas of Ireland's seabed already licensed to private companies is worth more than €1,600 billion (€1.6 trillion), according to the companies' own estimates. The figure is contained in a groundbreaking new report that reveals a more complete picture of the extent of exploration in Irish territory and exposes the State's failure to effectively manage Ireland's natural resources. The research is presented in the form of a map and tables in a major new guide to the issues, 'Liquid Assets', published by the Dublin Shell to Sea campaign and launched today (Monday 10 September) by Paul Murphy MEP. By trawling throu...

    published: 10 Sep 2012
  • DCNS - Barracuda Class Nuclear Submarine [480p]

    The Barracuda program is scheduled to replace the Rubis-class nuclear-powered attack submarines (SNA) with 6 new-generation submarines, providing the French navy with a powerful asset for the control of maritime areas and the project of naval power. Boasting unrivalled acoustic discretion at high speed and a listening capacity unaffected by speed, the Barracuda will enjoy an acoustic advantage over all types of adversary. Equipped with an extensive panoply of information gathering resources, and capable of operating both alone and within an integrated naval force thanks to its discreet communications systems, it represents an ideal tool for crisis management. Its extensive weapons payload capacity including cruise missiles, in particular, make it a tool of considerable strategic i...

    published: 29 Sep 2010
  • Save OTAGO from DEEP SEA OIL DRILLING - ANADARKO OUT! v2.0

    In October 2012, the United States based Anadarko Petroleum Corporation in partnership with Australian based Origin Energy intend to start deep-sea oil-drilling in the Canterbury Basin (exploration permit PEP 38262), about 60 km off the coast of Dunedin. Anadarko had a 25% share in the project that caused the Deepwater Horizon (BP) oil spill, Gulf of Mexico in 2010, spilling over 600,000 tonnes of oil into the sea. Deep-sea oil-drilling is of major concern in the Otago region (and New Zealand) because of the alarming environmental and economic risks that face our people, land and sea. Global oil giants are not welcome to drill in our coastal waters. There are currently no adequate protection measures in place to protect our environment from a deep sea oil disaster. New Zealand will lose...

    published: 09 Apr 2012
  • JFSE SP6000

    Deployed over a vessel side and operated remotely from its deck, the JFSE SP6000 works by producing a controllable column of water, the pressure of which effectively excavates the seabed. This eliminates the risks associated with physical contact, especially around complex subsea assets. By employing real-time sonar monitoring, the SP6000 enables precision excavation both within constrained areas and over long distances. The SP6000 can be deployed with a dedicated LARS or using a crane or A-Frame and is powered via high pressure hoses. Clump weights or tugger wires are used to orientate and stabilise the tool whilst it is operational.

    published: 08 Feb 2017
  • Newport News Shipbuilding - USS Minnesota (SSN 783) Nuclear Submarine First Sea Trials [1080p]

    NEWPORT NEWS, Va., May 6, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE:HII) announced that the newest Virginia-class submarine, Minnesota (SSN 783), successfully completed alpha sea trials today. Alpha trials are the boat's first round of at-sea tests and evaluations. Minnesota is being built at HII's Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS) division. All systems, components and compartments were tested during the trials. The submarine submerged for the first time and operated at high speeds on the surface and under water. Minnesota will undergo two more rounds of sea trials, including one with the Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey, before delivery later this month. Minnesota is anticipated to deliver approximately 11 months ahead of its contracted delivery date. "This sub...

    published: 18 May 2013
  • Sensation Israeli divers chance upon 'priceless' treasure on seabed

    Scuba divers have inadvertently discovered the largest trove of gold coins ever found off Israel's Mediterranean coast.

    published: 19 Feb 2015
  • BAE Systems - CV90 Armadillo Armoured Personnel Carrier Delivered For Danish Army Trials [1080p]

    BAE Systems has delivered a new variant of the CV90 Armadillo, finished in traditional Danish Army camouflage, to the Danish Army Oksbol base for competitive evaluation to meet Denmark's armoured personnel carrier requirement. Trials involving 5 different vehicles begin in mid-April 2013 and will continue until September 2013 with contract scheduled for February 2014. First deliveries will be in 2015. Armadillo offers class-leading protection and optimum mission flexibility. A "hot" production line (CV90 is in build for Norway) and six existing operators mean a proven low-risk solution, both for initial purchase and long-term sustainment and upgrade. Denmark is looking to replace its existing M113s in a deal which will also include a 15-year innovative support contract. Armad...

    published: 12 Apr 2013
  • Portfolio Questions - Scottish Parliament: 22nd February 2017

    www.parliament.scot - The Scottish Parliament - Portfolio Questions Rural Economy and Connectivity Christina McKelvie S5O-00669 1. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the roll-out of broadband in the Hamilton, Larkhall and Stonehouse constituency. Douglas Ross S5O-00670 2. To ask the Scottish Government when it last met the board of NFU Scotland and what issues were discussed. Margaret Mitchell S5O-00671 3. To ask the Scottish Government when it last met representatives from the Scottish Roads Partnership. Liz Smith S5O-00672 4. To ask the Scottish Government what it is doing to tackle livestock worrying. Gillian Martin S5O-00673 5. To ask the Scottish Government how it supports Scottish firms in the food and drink sector in accessing public secto...

    published: 22 Feb 2017
  • PENGHU TO ADOPT APPOINTMENT SYSTEM FOR VISITING SEABED PATH 20161105 公視晨間新聞

    更多新聞與互動請上: 公視新聞網 ( http://news.pts.org.tw ) PNN公視新聞議題中心 ( http://pnn.pts.org.tw/ ) PNN 粉絲專頁 ( http://www.facebook.com/pnn... ) PNN Youtube頻道 ( http://www.youtube.com/user... ) PNN livehouse.in頻道 ( http://livehouse.in/channel/PNNPTS )

    published: 05 Nov 2016
  • AVX Aircraft - Compound Coaxial Helicopter (CCH) Simulation [1080p]

    US Army Joint Multi-Role Future Vertical Lift (JMRFVL) Program. Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)

    published: 07 May 2014
  • Current Affairs 17/07/17 - UPSC, IAS, SSC CGL, CDS, NDA, Group B

    In this video we will cover the current affairs of July 17, 2017. Current affairs is important for general knowledge and awareness in UPSC, IAS, SSC CGL, CDS, NDA, Group B exams. It forms a major part of General Studies. Daily current affairs. Time Stamp 1. Summary of Monsoon Session of Indian Parliament @ 0:07 2. Summary of Indian Council of Agricultural Research ICAR @ 1:08 3. Southwest Monsoon rains have caused serious flooding in states of Gujarat, Odisha, Bihar, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh @ 3:36 4. RBI to resolve Non Performing Assets worth 8 lakh crore by March 2019 (Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016) @ 4:58 5. Geologists strike seabed 'treasure' in Indian waters @ 7:34 Fill this feedback form for a better learning experience https://goo.gl/vrYPBw Click here if you want to sub...

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • Seavator

    The SeaVator is an underwater excavation and pipeline trenching system. Marin purchased AGR Seabed Intervention in a seven-figure deal to buy back the technology and assets it originally developed for seabed intervention, which were sold to AGR when it bought Marin’s old company SeaVation in 2006. Marin's Seavator and EVO technology are capable of completing work from shallow coastal regions to full ocean depths.

    published: 28 Jan 2016
  • Portfolio Questions - Scottish Parliament: 22nd February 2017

    www.parliament.scot - The Scottish Parliament - Portfolio Questions Rural Economy and Connectivity Christina McKelvie S5O-00669 1. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the roll-out of broadband in the Hamilton, Larkhall and Stonehouse constituency. Douglas Ross S5O-00670 2. To ask the Scottish Government when it last met the board of NFU Scotland and what issues were discussed. Margaret Mitchell S5O-00671 3. To ask the Scottish Government when it last met representatives from the Scottish Roads Partnership. Liz Smith S5O-00672 4. To ask the Scottish Government what it is doing to tackle livestock worrying. Gillian Martin S5O-00673 5. To ask the Scottish Government how it supports Scottish firms in the food and drink sector in accessing public secto...

    published: 22 Feb 2017
  • JFSE SP6000

    Deployed over a vessel side and operated remotely from its deck, the JFSE SP6000 works by producing a controllable column of water, the pressure of which effectively excavates the seabed. This eliminates the risks associated with physical contact, especially around complex subsea assets. By employing real-time sonar monitoring, the SP6000 enables precision excavation both within constrained areas and over long distances. The SP6000 can be deployed with a dedicated LARS or using a crane or A-Frame and is powered via high pressure hoses. Clump weights or tugger wires are used to orientate and stabilise the tool whilst it is operational.

    published: 08 Feb 2017
  • PhotoSynergy LIGHTPATH - fibre lighting to 3000m depth

    PhotoSynergy Ltd (PSL) extends its reach deeper with the development of SLS7000, prompted by industry to take its award winning LIGHTPATH fibre lighting concept to a depth of 3000m. The video highlights the PSL support to the Aubin Subsea trial at The Underwater Centre where LIGHTPATH was utilised to locate hydraulic hoses both their route and identify each hose by colour to assist ROV pilots during their operational tasks. The initial trial was at 100m depth in Loch Linnhe. The demands of connectivity to link existing seabed infrastructure to exploit new assets increases the challenge on subsea technology to supply a cost effective solution for installation, repair and maintenance. The network of seabed pipe systems during installation will have their orientation identified by illumina...

    published: 12 May 2015
treasure 36 million salvaged from the seabed

treasure 36 million salvaged from the seabed

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  • Updated: 25 Jul 2013
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Wreck was found in 2011 with the intact condition. It is located about 480 km off the coast of Ireland, the famous Titanic deeper than 4 km. With this discovery, the search operation using an underwater robot and it took nearly three hours and a half to the bottom of the Atlantic. Mr. Mark Gordon, president and chief executive officer of the company and rescue archeology Underwater Odyssey Marine Exploration said the survey scale world record, and nobody has reached this depth previously. The video shows the robot dial from rusting ship very specific, viewers can see the stairs, compass and even toilet intact. Also, many people saw the torpedo hole and paint the hull of British shipping company - India. After review, Odyssey Marine Exploration said it had obtained 2,792 silver ingots, silver accounted for 99% of total volume of 61 tons on board. The estimated search of silver was worth $ 630,000 at the time of SS Gairsoppa sank, the number of assets worth up to $ 36 million. The event set a new record for the precious metal salvage deepest and most valuable from a shipwreck. Greg Stemm, Odyssey CEO Marine Exploration said the removal extremely difficult because the silver was kept in a small compartment is difficult to access. SS Gairsoppa a ship full of tea, iron and tons of silver in moving from India to Liverpool, England. SS Gairsoppa ships escorted by the military, but due to bad weather and not enough coal, Gairsoppa was separated from the group to the Irish Sea. After that, the ship was hit by a Nazi torpedo and sank in the icy waters for 20 minutes.
https://wn.com/Treasure_36_Million_Salvaged_From_The_Seabed
James Fisher Offshore's mass flow excavation tool - HydroDigger

James Fisher Offshore's mass flow excavation tool - HydroDigger

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  • Updated: 17 Dec 2013
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Fisher Offshore's HydroDigger is a highly effective subsea excavation tool that is deployed over a vessel side and operated remotely from it's deck and works by producing a controlled column of water, the pressure of which effectively excavates the seabed. This minimizes the risks assosiated with physical contact especially around complex subsea assets. Pipe/Cable burial & de-burial; Rock dump removal; Pre & Post lay trenching; Sandwave correction. By employing real time sonar monitoring , the HydroDigger enables precision excavation both within constrained areas and long distances. This makes it ideal for seabed preparation, pipe laying, IRM and decomissioning. The HydroDigger has been deployed in many projects around the world. It's rapid excavation combined with excellent reliability reduces vessel days compared with other systems - The HydroDigger is ready to be mobilised from a global network of bases
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Seavator

Seavator

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  • Updated: 28 Jan 2016
  • views: 150
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The SeaVator is an underwater excavation and pipeline trenching system. Marin purchased AGR Seabed Intervention in a seven-figure deal to buy back the technology and assets it originally developed for seabed intervention, which were sold to AGR when it bought Marin’s old company SeaVation in 2006. Marin's Seavator and EVO technology are capable of completing work from shallow coastal regions to full ocean depths.
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DCNS - SMX-26 Littoral Seabed Landing Submarine Combat Simulation [1080p]

DCNS - SMX-26 Littoral Seabed Landing Submarine Combat Simulation [1080p]

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  • Updated: 15 Apr 2013
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SMX-26 is a small submarine designed for operation in very shallow waters, in littoral zones not usually accessible for conventional submarine operations. SMX-26 can remain on the sea bed for long periods, continuously monitoring its environment, before attacking its target with the appropriate assets. Its shape ensures precise, safe progress in very shallow waters, enabling operation in water less than 15m deep. Its 2 shaft-lines and its 4 steerable and retractable azimuth thrusters give the SMX-26 extreme manoeuvrability and the ability to remain in a stabilized position near the bottom or just under the surface in swell. The SMX-26's capacity for long discreet surveillance is also noteworthy. It is capable of 'landing' very quickly on all types of sea bed thanks to a extendable wheeled 'undercarriage' system, and lurking on the bottom, deploying hoses to the surface for air and power. Its embedded and deployed sensors maintain a complete watch above and below the surface. The SMX-26 can take rapid and effective action, including the deployment of 6 special forces divers at depth or at the surface for catching targets 'in the act'. It also has 2 mast-mounted weapon systems: a 20mm cannon for policing capability and missile launch container for anti-aircraft self- defence. Its main offensive armament comprises 2 heavyweight torpedoes and 8 lightweight torpedoes with heavy warheads. Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)
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NATO - Six Colours: Molfetta, Danger on the seabed

NATO - Six Colours: Molfetta, Danger on the seabed

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  • Updated: 27 Apr 2009
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Video topic: NATO Molfetta and submerged ammunition. Source: NURC Maritime safety and detection of hazardous objects. Italy protects maritime traffic against submerged munitions. NATO and its Undersea Research Centre, the NURC, are working to reduce this threat. More information at: http://www.nurc.nato.int/ NATO Homepage: http://www.nato.int
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FNSS - Kaplan & Pars Family of Armoured Vehicles Simulation [1080p]

FNSS - Kaplan & Pars Family of Armoured Vehicles Simulation [1080p]

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  • Duration: 8:52
  • Updated: 05 Jun 2017
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http://www.fnss.com.tr/en/news/fnss-showcases-the-future-of-land-platforms-at-idef Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)
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UFO at Bottom of Ocean?

UFO at Bottom of Ocean?

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  • Updated: 02 Aug 2011
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Learn guitar chords for FREE through our new game Chord Master: http://bit.ly/ChordMasterYT Flying saucer or not, one thing that can be agreed on is that the shape discovered at the bottom of the Baltic Sea on June 19 is definitely a "very strange anomaly." 300 feet below the surface, a Swedish team of nautical salvagers called the Ocean Explorer team discovered the 60-foot-wide circular object while searching for a shipwreck containing rare champagne. "You see a lot of weird stuff in this job, but during my 18 years as a professional I have never seen anything like this. The shape is completely round," Peter Lindberg, leader of The Ocean Explorer team, told the local press. The expedition's sonar also picked up what appears to be substantial seabed displacement or scarring, indicating that the disc-like object disturbed the terrain as it came to a stop. The disturbed trail measures some 900 feet long. Initially, Lindberg said the Ocean Explorers had no plans on researching the object any further: "Since it might be nothing we can not afford spending funds just to have a look at it, even if it might be a 'new' Stonehenge standing on the bottom." But thanks to international media coverage, interest from around the world and perhaps some donations, The Ocean Explorer team appears to have had a change of heart. On their website, the team says: "We will go out again soon to document and film the object. We have received many emails that people want to donate money to the project. We are very grateful for your donation. All persons who wish to donate - money for the mission are very welcome and we are very grateful." http://cache.gawkerassets.com/assets/images/4/2011/08/baltic-ufo-and-track.jpg http://www.oceanexplorer.se/ http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=678477807 http://www.aol.com/2011/08/01/underwater-ufo_n_915429.html http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43945692/ns/technology_and_science-science/
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DCNS - SMX 3.0 Stealth Submarine Combat Simulation [720p]

DCNS - SMX 3.0 Stealth Submarine Combat Simulation [720p]

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  • Updated: 20 Dec 2016
  • views: 9718
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Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)
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MBDA - CVS302 Hoplite Land/Naval-Launched Precision UAV Missile System Combat Simulation [480p]

MBDA - CVS302 Hoplite Land/Naval-Launched Precision UAV Missile System Combat Simulation [480p]

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  • Updated: 20 Sep 2013
  • views: 416081
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Pioneering indirect fire weapon system designed for the complex 2035 battle space. • CV 2013 rapid automatic planning minimises workload by providing engagement solutions to operatorAgile mission control and fast, low-flying missiles vastly reduce the need to clear an air corridor, cutting response times • Two missiles deliver overall capability and can be matched to mission complexity, increasing load-out flexibility and reducing mission cost • Innovative propulsion allows supersonic flight and subsonic dwell for operator in the loop targeting Step change in organic fire support capability for land and sea forces • Compact launcher implementing Soft Vertical Launch (SVL) provides a fast response and is platform agnostic • Survivable missiles operate in hostile airspace while launchers are protected by non-ballistic trajectories • Mixed missile salvos coordinate their own attacks on multiple targets for maximum effectiveness • One shot one kill simplifies operations, reduces collateral damage risk and reduces mission cost Hoplite-S - Utility missile for simple, supported engagements An air-turbo-rocket propelled missile navigates through contested / congested airspace. Its versatile LADAR seeker also tracks designators & provides covert altimeter / fuzing functions. The missile can receive 3rd party mission updates and be targeted by Hoplite-L in coordinated strikes. The penetrator warhead is accelerated by the airframe to defeat hard targets and to tune fragment effects. 120kg; Ø 180mm x 3200mm; Mach 1.5-3.5; 160 km range Hoplite-L - High capability missile for complex, isolated engagements The same air-turbo-rocket propulsion as Hoplite-S also allows deceleration for OITL targeting via 2-way datalink. Its multi-mode seeker is robust to complex target environments & countermeasures with up to 30km detection. A boosted penetrator warhead defeats all targets with tuneable effects from all flight speeds. It directs mixed salvo strikes by datalink and laser. 135kg; Ø 180mm x 3750mm; Mach 0.6-3+; 140 km range Mission Control This collates and displays external ISTAR and battlespace planning information in one location. Operation times are vastly reduced by providing rapid route planning and decision support. Terminal trajectories are calculated based on lethality and collateral damage estimates. The commander receives a choice of engagement options each optimised for different priorities such as time to target & probability of kill. A laptop sized unit governs multiple launchers and can be collocated with artillery C4I / ship ops. room or with launcher. Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)
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DCNS - SMX® Ocean Multi-Role Attack Submarine Combat Simulation [1080p]

DCNS - SMX® Ocean Multi-Role Attack Submarine Combat Simulation [1080p]

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  • Updated: 29 Oct 2014
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10.28.2014 - At Euronaval 2014, DCNS is unveiling the SMX®-Océan conventionally powered attack submarine. The new vessel draws extensively on the design of a state-of-the-art nuclear- powered submarine, with a number of key innovations that give this diesel-electric adaptation truly outstanding performance. A world leader in naval defence and an innovator in energy, the DCNS Group and its 13,600 employees are committed to applying their advanced know-how to help keep the oceans safe and secure. The Group’s internationally acclaimed expertise is perfectly illustrated by the SMX®-Océan project. Exceptional Performance This innovative concept ship promises submerged endurance and deployment capabilities that are unprecedented for a conventional-propulsion submarine. With up to three months’ endurance, an SMX®-Océan could cross the Atlantic six times without surfacing. Its transit speed is up to 14 knots. To achieve this level of performance, DCNS teams have developed and combined a number of innovations including a high-performance air-independent propulsion (AIP) system using second- generation fuel cells for submerged endurance of up to three weeks. The SMX®-Océan features the same combat system, provisions for special forces’ missions, masts and general layout as the Barracuda SSN. 4D Firepower : Effective Against Underwater, Surface, Land & Air Threats With a total of 34 weapons including torpedoes, mines, anti-ship missiles, cruise missiles and anti-air missiles, the SMX®-Océan’s firepower will be unprecedented for an SSK. The SMX®-Océan concept ship design also includes vertical launchers, another major innovation in SSK design, to provide a salvo capability for cruise missile strikes on land targets. A Reconfigurable Multi-Role Submarine The SMX®-Ocean offers more multi-role capabilities than any other submarine of its type. It can operate alone or as part of a carrier group or other naval deployment, and will be the only conventionally powered submarine with the ability to deploy special forces, combat swimmers, unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) and even unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Carrier Group Escort Equipped with tactical datalinks meeting international standards, the SMX®-Ocean is ideal for carrier group escort roles in support of coalition operations in any theatre of operations. Technical Data Length: 100 m Height: 15.5 m Beam: 8.8 m Surface displacement: 4,750 t Maximum diving depth: 350 m Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)
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Underwater FX for Unity

Underwater FX for Unity

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This Underwater FX pack provides a wide range of objects and effects to bring your underwater environment alive. The complete list of assets include: * 6 coral rocks (with and without caustics effect) * 4 corals * Bubbles particles (3 different sizes) * Sea bed sand (with and without caustics effect) * Animated jellyfish * Animated fish * Animated waterweed * Floating particles * Undersea background sphere * Grass * Underwater audio (looping) Custom scripts for the caustics (scrolling UVs), and shaders (for the undersea background) are also included. Now available to download from the Unity Asset Store here: https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/en/#!/content/61157
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Underwater Mobile Mapping

Underwater Mobile Mapping

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DOF Subsea, Sonardyne, 2G Robotics, and Seatronics successfully demonstrated a new underwater surveying technique that could significantly shorten the time needed to map underwater structures and offshore sites. The new technique uses a 3D laser scanner fitted to an ROV to create highly detailed, point cloud images of subsea assets and environments. By combining the 3D laser data with precise underwater acoustic and inertial navigation information, it is now possible to generate centimetre resolution engineering models from which accurate measurements can be instantaneously and repeatably captured.
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Experion PKS - Lundin Norway Edvard Grieg | Honeywell Case Study

Experion PKS - Lundin Norway Edvard Grieg | Honeywell Case Study

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Honeywell’s Experion® PKS is still all about connecting people with processes and assets with one unified architecture and a common HMI across the enterprise. It is the world’s most advanced, open, and cyber secure control system on the market today. It further optimizes LEAP™ project execution with Automated Device commissioning, enabling late binding of devices with loop configuration created in the cloud. Honeywell’s advancements in open system integration have led to new capabilities including applying Experion for electrical system control and management, multivariable APC in the controller, wireless HART, and automated skid integration via SCADA. Learn more at http://www.honeywellprocess.com/experion See the full list of Lundin Norway case study videos: http://hwll.co/lundin Honeywell Process Solutions is offering Lundin full support for the Edvard Grieg Project by providing the latest technology and processes. Find out more about Honeywell’s input throughout the project by viewing the main case study and the rest of the videos that go more in-depth on each of the products / solutions / services implemented in this project. Lundin Petroleum is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company whose main focus is on operations in Norway. Lundin’s Edvard Grieg field, situated in the Utsira High area of the central North Sea, was developed with a steel jacket platform that rests on the seabed, and has a full process facility. Learn more about Honeywell Process Solutions: http://www.honeywellprocess.com Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeqTN5THQ-08qcPlIBXQdJg?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hwusers Follow us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/honeywell-process-solutions Honeywell helps industrial customers around the world operate safe, reliable, efficient, sustainable and more profitable facilities. We offer leading technologies, in-depth training and comprehensive services that allow faster unit start-ups and more uptime. We have pioneered process automation control for more than 40 years. We have the right resources to serve the oil & gas, refining, pulp & paper, industrial power generation, chemicals and petrochemicals, biofuels, life sciences, and metals, minerals and mining industries. Our broad portfolio of products and services can be tailored to our customers’ process automation needs, from production and supply chain management to project management services, control systems and field devices. Honeywell is inventing technologies that address some of the world’s toughest challenges in energy efficiency, clean energy generation, safety and security, globalization and customer productivity. With approximately 132,000 employees worldwide, including more than 22,000 engineers and scientists, we have an unrelenting focus on performance, quality, delivery, value and technology in everything we make and do. We welcome comments and feedback on our videos. All we ask is that you respect our social media community guidelines https://www.honeywellprocess.com/en-US/Pages/social-media.aspx http://www.youtube.com/Honeywell
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PhotoSynergy LIGHTPATH - fibre lighting to 3000m depth

PhotoSynergy LIGHTPATH - fibre lighting to 3000m depth

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PhotoSynergy Ltd (PSL) extends its reach deeper with the development of SLS7000, prompted by industry to take its award winning LIGHTPATH fibre lighting concept to a depth of 3000m. The video highlights the PSL support to the Aubin Subsea trial at The Underwater Centre where LIGHTPATH was utilised to locate hydraulic hoses both their route and identify each hose by colour to assist ROV pilots during their operational tasks. The initial trial was at 100m depth in Loch Linnhe. The demands of connectivity to link existing seabed infrastructure to exploit new assets increases the challenge on subsea technology to supply a cost effective solution for installation, repair and maintenance. The network of seabed pipe systems during installation will have their orientation identified by illumination is seen as a prime candidate. As this work is increasingly beyond the operational depth of saturation divers the demands fall on sophisticated work-class ROVs to achieve rapid and efficient subsea operations, LIGHTPATH has a role to play. This extension of LIGHTPATH to seabed operational complements the existing saturation dive use of illuminated excursion umbilicals currently in operation in the North Sea using SLS5000 and SLS9000 systems. Find out more about PhotoSynergy's involvement with The Underwater Centre here: http://www.theunderwatercentre.com/fort-william/subsea-trials/case-studies/photosynergy-psl/
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Launch of new Shell to Sea report- Liquid Assets

Launch of new Shell to Sea report- Liquid Assets

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DEVASTATING REPORT EXPOSES STATE'S MISMANAGEMENT OF OIL AND GAS RESOURCES -- Research reveals company estimates of 21 billion barrels in licensed areas -- Oil and gas under the areas of Ireland's seabed already licensed to private companies is worth more than €1,600 billion (€1.6 trillion), according to the companies' own estimates. The figure is contained in a groundbreaking new report that reveals a more complete picture of the extent of exploration in Irish territory and exposes the State's failure to effectively manage Ireland's natural resources. The research is presented in the form of a map and tables in a major new guide to the issues, 'Liquid Assets', published by the Dublin Shell to Sea campaign and launched today (Monday 10 September) by Paul Murphy MEP. By trawling through figures published by oil exploration companies, researchers compiled companies' estimates for a total of 69 different discoveries, "prospects" and other areas licensed for oil and gas exploration. The combined total of those company estimates is 20,964 million barrels of oil equivalent (of oil or gas), worth €1,600 billion at today's prices. Paul Murphy MEP said: "This devastating report exposes the State's utter failure to manage Ireland's natural resources on behalf of people in Ireland. Not only ownership, but also control of Ireland's oil and gas is being handed over to private corporations." "People are increasingly aware that Ireland's 'take' from its oil and gas is far lower than in other countries. The Government and oil industry have defended this by insisting that 'attractive' terms will lead to investment, jobs and our own supply of oil." "What this excellent new publication reveals is that, thanks to the bizarre licensing terms passed down by Ray Burke, extraction of our valuable resources will not necessarily bring any benefits to Ireland. Companies can export directly from the field, providing no jobs or economic spin-offs and no supply to the Irish market." Dublin Shell to Sea spokesperson Criostoir MacCuirc said: "The Government and oil industry defend Ireland's giveaway licensing terms by claiming that Ireland is an 'unproven territory', where exploration is minimal. This painstaking new research tells a different story." "While it is important to note that oil companies may talk up their prospects to attract investors, on the other hand this figure is conservative, in that it only includes areas that have been licensed and for which estimates exist. Overall, this groundbreaking research shows that Ireland is surrounded by scores of promising areas. These are already licensed to private companies, who will own and control all of the oil and gas they contain." Caoimhe Kerins of Dublin Shell to Sea said: "The recent announcement by Providence Resources that its Barryroe field contains up to 1.6 billion barrels of oil should come as yet another wake-up call that our valuable natural resources are flowing into the coffers of private companies." "We undertook this project because the debate around Ireland's natural resources has been beset by myths and misinformation, mostly created by the oil industry and successive Governments. This booklet explains the realities behind these myths." UCD academic and Afri chairperson Dr Andy Storey, who spoke at the launch, said: "This report makes the valuable point that leaving the resources in the hands of private corporations gets us nowhere -- we need to assume public ownership of these resources and then decide, democratically, how, if at all, they are to be made use of." 'Liquid Assets' cites a 2003 study for Shell, which projected that the total State 'take' from the Corrib Gas field would be just €340 million euro, or 7% of the project's revenue. 'Liquid Assets' provides a much-needed critical analysis of Ireland's management of its hydrocarbons; compares our fiscal regime to those of other countries; and explores some policy alternatives available to Ireland with concrete examples from comparable countries. It examines the dangers of fracking; considers the question of fossil fuel extraction in the light of climate change; and documents the resistance of communities in north Mayo to the Corrib Gas project. The 44-page booklet has an initial print run of 5,000. Copies will be sent in the coming days to TDs, Senators and councillors, newsrooms, NGOs and trades unions. The booklet has a cover price of €2. The map and tables are backed by an extensive online spreadsheet containing detailed sources and further information. These and a PDF of the booklet can be downloaded from: www.shelltosea.com/booklet ENDS
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DCNS - Barracuda Class Nuclear Submarine [480p]

DCNS - Barracuda Class Nuclear Submarine [480p]

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The Barracuda program is scheduled to replace the Rubis-class nuclear-powered attack submarines (SNA) with 6 new-generation submarines, providing the French navy with a powerful asset for the control of maritime areas and the project of naval power. Boasting unrivalled acoustic discretion at high speed and a listening capacity unaffected by speed, the Barracuda will enjoy an acoustic advantage over all types of adversary. Equipped with an extensive panoply of information gathering resources, and capable of operating both alone and within an integrated naval force thanks to its discreet communications systems, it represents an ideal tool for crisis management. Its extensive weapons payload capacity including cruise missiles, in particular, make it a tool of considerable strategic importance for the French navy. The first Barracuda-class submarine will be delivered in 2017, and the subsequent vessels will be delivered at the rate of one every two years. The 6 new submarines will be christened Suffren, Duguay-Trouin, Dupetit-Thouars, Duquesne, Tourville and De Grasse. Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)
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Save OTAGO from DEEP SEA OIL DRILLING - ANADARKO OUT! v2.0

Save OTAGO from DEEP SEA OIL DRILLING - ANADARKO OUT! v2.0

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In October 2012, the United States based Anadarko Petroleum Corporation in partnership with Australian based Origin Energy intend to start deep-sea oil-drilling in the Canterbury Basin (exploration permit PEP 38262), about 60 km off the coast of Dunedin. Anadarko had a 25% share in the project that caused the Deepwater Horizon (BP) oil spill, Gulf of Mexico in 2010, spilling over 600,000 tonnes of oil into the sea. Deep-sea oil-drilling is of major concern in the Otago region (and New Zealand) because of the alarming environmental and economic risks that face our people, land and sea. Global oil giants are not welcome to drill in our coastal waters. There are currently no adequate protection measures in place to protect our environment from a deep sea oil disaster. New Zealand will lose 95% of the profits gained from drilling our seabed, yet we will bear 100% of the cost when something goes wrong. History tells us that it is only a matter of time before we pay the price. Surely it's not worth taking such a risk? What do we risk by allowing these oil companies to drill thousands of kilometers into our seabed? 1) Our wildlife - The Otago marine environment includes many unique and fragile ecosystems, and is home to many species, including seabirds, shorebirds, whales, dolphins, fur seals and sea lions. A deep sea oil disaster will leave our local marine flora and fauna vulnerable to the toxic effects of oil. 2) Our fishing industry - Commercial seafood exports consistently rank as New Zealand's fourth or fifth largest export earner, while recreational fishing is one New Zealand's most popular activities. A deep sea oil disaster will directly impact our local fisheries resulting in both the loss of valuable fish stocks and the loss of industry jobs. 3) Our tourism industry - The pristine coastlines and unique wildlife of Otago attract tens of thousands of international tourists annually, injecting an economic boost into the region. A deep sea oil disaster will have a pivotal role in tourists' decisions to visit the Otago region. 4) Our recreational water sports - Otago offers unparalleled opportunities for ocean sports such as surfing, kayaking, wind surfing, jet skiing, diving and boating. A deep sea oil disaster will invariably impact many local businesses, organisations, and individuals who enjoy Otago's waters. 5) Our assets - We should be protecting our national assets, not selling them off to be exploited by foreign corporations, or endangering them by oil drilling without adequate safety measures. 6) Our climate - The climate change impacts of fossil fuels are disastrous. New Zealand should be investing in clean energy solutions instead of investing in extracting the last drops of oil from the ends of the earth. We should be climate pioneers not fossil fools. 7) Our coastal way of life - This is a fundamental part of being a kiwi, and we must protect it for ourselves, and for generations to come. Visit http://www.oilfreeotago.org and sign the petition to say NO to DEEP SEA OIL DRILLING in OTAGO PETITION: http://www.change.org/petitions/say-no-to-deep-sea-oil-drilling-in-otago PETITION: http://www.change.org/petitions/prime-minister-john-key-and-the-new-zealand-government-stop-all-plans-to-open-up-nz-s-coastal-waters-to-offshore-oil-drilling ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Video made by Our Seas, Our Future (http://www.facebook.com/marinereserves) Photos and film footage may be subject to copyright
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JFSE SP6000

JFSE SP6000

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Deployed over a vessel side and operated remotely from its deck, the JFSE SP6000 works by producing a controllable column of water, the pressure of which effectively excavates the seabed. This eliminates the risks associated with physical contact, especially around complex subsea assets. By employing real-time sonar monitoring, the SP6000 enables precision excavation both within constrained areas and over long distances. The SP6000 can be deployed with a dedicated LARS or using a crane or A-Frame and is powered via high pressure hoses. Clump weights or tugger wires are used to orientate and stabilise the tool whilst it is operational.
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Newport News Shipbuilding - USS Minnesota (SSN 783) Nuclear Submarine First Sea Trials [1080p]

Newport News Shipbuilding - USS Minnesota (SSN 783) Nuclear Submarine First Sea Trials [1080p]

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NEWPORT NEWS, Va., May 6, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE:HII) announced that the newest Virginia-class submarine, Minnesota (SSN 783), successfully completed alpha sea trials today. Alpha trials are the boat's first round of at-sea tests and evaluations. Minnesota is being built at HII's Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS) division. All systems, components and compartments were tested during the trials. The submarine submerged for the first time and operated at high speeds on the surface and under water. Minnesota will undergo two more rounds of sea trials, including one with the Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey, before delivery later this month. Minnesota is anticipated to deliver approximately 11 months ahead of its contracted delivery date. "This submarine is the result of a lot of hard work by the shipbuilders here at Newport News, our teammates at Electric Boat, and the overall Navy organizational structure, including NAVSEA, SUPSHIP and ship's force personnel," said Jim Hughes, NNS' vice president of submarines and fleet support. "It is incredibly gratifying for all of us to see this magnificent vessel operate so well during her first at-sea period. Minnesota clearly carries on the Virginia-class tradition of continuous cost and schedule improvement while also raising the bar on operational readiness and capability." Minnesota, named to honor the state's residents and their continued support of the U.S. military, is the last of the block II Virginia-class submarines and is in the final stages of construction and testing at NNS. Construction began in February 2008, and the keel was authenticated in May 2011. The boat was christened Oct. 27, 2012. Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)
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Sensation   Israeli divers chance upon 'priceless' treasure on seabed

Sensation Israeli divers chance upon 'priceless' treasure on seabed

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Scuba divers have inadvertently discovered the largest trove of gold coins ever found off Israel's Mediterranean coast.
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BAE Systems - CV90 Armadillo Armoured Personnel Carrier Delivered For Danish Army Trials [1080p]

BAE Systems - CV90 Armadillo Armoured Personnel Carrier Delivered For Danish Army Trials [1080p]

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BAE Systems has delivered a new variant of the CV90 Armadillo, finished in traditional Danish Army camouflage, to the Danish Army Oksbol base for competitive evaluation to meet Denmark's armoured personnel carrier requirement. Trials involving 5 different vehicles begin in mid-April 2013 and will continue until September 2013 with contract scheduled for February 2014. First deliveries will be in 2015. Armadillo offers class-leading protection and optimum mission flexibility. A "hot" production line (CV90 is in build for Norway) and six existing operators mean a proven low-risk solution, both for initial purchase and long-term sustainment and upgrade. Denmark is looking to replace its existing M113s in a deal which will also include a 15-year innovative support contract. Armadillo is a turretless version of CV90 with ballistic and mine protection which exceed Stanag 4a/b. Removal of the turret gives 6 tonnes of "spare" payload for further protection or other purposes on top of its "fighting configuration" while its state-of-the-art electronic architecture allows "plug and play" of new systems. Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)
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Portfolio Questions - Scottish Parliament: 22nd February 2017

Portfolio Questions - Scottish Parliament: 22nd February 2017

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www.parliament.scot - The Scottish Parliament - Portfolio Questions Rural Economy and Connectivity Christina McKelvie S5O-00669 1. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the roll-out of broadband in the Hamilton, Larkhall and Stonehouse constituency. Douglas Ross S5O-00670 2. To ask the Scottish Government when it last met the board of NFU Scotland and what issues were discussed. Margaret Mitchell S5O-00671 3. To ask the Scottish Government when it last met representatives from the Scottish Roads Partnership. Liz Smith S5O-00672 4. To ask the Scottish Government what it is doing to tackle livestock worrying. Gillian Martin S5O-00673 5. To ask the Scottish Government how it supports Scottish firms in the food and drink sector in accessing public sector contracts. Alison Harris S5O-00674 6. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the incidence of avian flu, and what advice and support it is giving to commercial and domestic poultry keepers. Maurice Golden S5O-00675 7. To ask the Scottish Government what advice and support it offers to farmers to encourage regenerative farming. Kate Forbes S5O-00676 8. To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with the UK Government regarding the devolution of EU powers over farming and fisheries to Scotland following Brexit. Stewart Stevenson S5O-00677 9. To ask the Scottish Government whether it has received a response to its request to the UK Government for access to Scottish waters to fishermen from the EU not to be used as a bargaining tool in the Brexit negotiations. Ross Greer S5O-00678 10. To ask the Scottish Government what its position is on extending the concessionary travel scheme to people aged 18 or under. Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Brian Whittle S5O-00679 1. To ask the Scottish Government what action it is taking to ensure the safe restoration of opencast coal mine sites in East Ayrshire and the south of Scotland. Peter Chapman S5O-00680 2. To ask the Scottish Government what plans it has to prevent the spread of diseases that affect woodland and forestry. Liam McArthur S5O-00681 3. To ask the Scottish Government what consideration it has given to piloting the devolved management of seabed assets to the island communities in Orkney and Shetland. George Adam S5O-00682 4. To ask the Scottish Government how it ensures that the environmental standards in towns and cities help promote Scotland's image. Miles Briggs S5O-00683 5. To ask the Scottish Government what action it is taking to reduce the incidence of fly-tipping. Ivan McKee S5O-00684 6. To ask the Scottish Government what the value of Scotland’s natural environment is to the economy. Ash Denham S5O-00685 7. To ask the Scottish Government what its response is to calls for a bottle deposit return scheme to be introduced. Lewis Macdonald S5O-00686 8. To ask the Scottish Government how it plans to make EU environmental regulations enforceable after the UK leaves the EU. Mark Ruskell S5O-00687 9. To ask the Scottish Government whether the licensing of seal killing is compliant with the fishery product import regime of the United States. Linda Fabiani S5O-00688 10. To ask the Scottish Government what progress it is making in encouraging the recycling of paper products. Read the full transcript of Portfolio Questions in the Scottish Parliament Official Report: https://goo.gl/dCv3Ka
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PENGHU TO ADOPT APPOINTMENT SYSTEM FOR VISITING SEABED PATH 20161105 公視晨間新聞

PENGHU TO ADOPT APPOINTMENT SYSTEM FOR VISITING SEABED PATH 20161105 公視晨間新聞

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AVX Aircraft - Compound Coaxial Helicopter (CCH) Simulation [1080p]

AVX Aircraft - Compound Coaxial Helicopter (CCH) Simulation [1080p]

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US Army Joint Multi-Role Future Vertical Lift (JMRFVL) Program. Fan Funding : PayPal : arronlee33@hotmail.com. Thanks a lot for your support! :-)
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Current Affairs 17/07/17 - UPSC, IAS, SSC CGL, CDS, NDA, Group B

Current Affairs 17/07/17 - UPSC, IAS, SSC CGL, CDS, NDA, Group B

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In this video we will cover the current affairs of July 17, 2017. Current affairs is important for general knowledge and awareness in UPSC, IAS, SSC CGL, CDS, NDA, Group B exams. It forms a major part of General Studies. Daily current affairs. Time Stamp 1. Summary of Monsoon Session of Indian Parliament @ 0:07 2. Summary of Indian Council of Agricultural Research ICAR @ 1:08 3. Southwest Monsoon rains have caused serious flooding in states of Gujarat, Odisha, Bihar, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh @ 3:36 4. RBI to resolve Non Performing Assets worth 8 lakh crore by March 2019 (Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016) @ 4:58 5. Geologists strike seabed 'treasure' in Indian waters @ 7:34 Fill this feedback form for a better learning experience https://goo.gl/vrYPBw Click here if you want to subscribe https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRealSengupta Maps and sketches can be found on the instagram account search for "geographysimple"
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Seavator

Seavator

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The SeaVator is an underwater excavation and pipeline trenching system. Marin purchased AGR Seabed Intervention in a seven-figure deal to buy back the technology and assets it originally developed for seabed intervention, which were sold to AGR when it bought Marin’s old company SeaVation in 2006. Marin's Seavator and EVO technology are capable of completing work from shallow coastal regions to full ocean depths.
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Portfolio Questions - Scottish Parliament: 22nd February 2017

Portfolio Questions - Scottish Parliament: 22nd February 2017

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www.parliament.scot - The Scottish Parliament - Portfolio Questions Rural Economy and Connectivity Christina McKelvie S5O-00669 1. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the roll-out of broadband in the Hamilton, Larkhall and Stonehouse constituency. Douglas Ross S5O-00670 2. To ask the Scottish Government when it last met the board of NFU Scotland and what issues were discussed. Margaret Mitchell S5O-00671 3. To ask the Scottish Government when it last met representatives from the Scottish Roads Partnership. Liz Smith S5O-00672 4. To ask the Scottish Government what it is doing to tackle livestock worrying. Gillian Martin S5O-00673 5. To ask the Scottish Government how it supports Scottish firms in the food and drink sector in accessing public sector contracts. Alison Harris S5O-00674 6. To ask the Scottish Government whether it will provide an update on the incidence of avian flu, and what advice and support it is giving to commercial and domestic poultry keepers. Maurice Golden S5O-00675 7. To ask the Scottish Government what advice and support it offers to farmers to encourage regenerative farming. Kate Forbes S5O-00676 8. To ask the Scottish Government what discussions it has had with the UK Government regarding the devolution of EU powers over farming and fisheries to Scotland following Brexit. Stewart Stevenson S5O-00677 9. To ask the Scottish Government whether it has received a response to its request to the UK Government for access to Scottish waters to fishermen from the EU not to be used as a bargaining tool in the Brexit negotiations. Ross Greer S5O-00678 10. To ask the Scottish Government what its position is on extending the concessionary travel scheme to people aged 18 or under. Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Brian Whittle S5O-00679 1. To ask the Scottish Government what action it is taking to ensure the safe restoration of opencast coal mine sites in East Ayrshire and the south of Scotland. Peter Chapman S5O-00680 2. To ask the Scottish Government what plans it has to prevent the spread of diseases that affect woodland and forestry. Liam McArthur S5O-00681 3. To ask the Scottish Government what consideration it has given to piloting the devolved management of seabed assets to the island communities in Orkney and Shetland. George Adam S5O-00682 4. To ask the Scottish Government how it ensures that the environmental standards in towns and cities help promote Scotland's image. Miles Briggs S5O-00683 5. To ask the Scottish Government what action it is taking to reduce the incidence of fly-tipping. Ivan McKee S5O-00684 6. To ask the Scottish Government what the value of Scotland’s natural environment is to the economy. Ash Denham S5O-00685 7. To ask the Scottish Government what its response is to calls for a bottle deposit return scheme to be introduced. Lewis Macdonald S5O-00686 8. To ask the Scottish Government how it plans to make EU environmental regulations enforceable after the UK leaves the EU. Mark Ruskell S5O-00687 9. To ask the Scottish Government whether the licensing of seal killing is compliant with the fishery product import regime of the United States. Linda Fabiani S5O-00688 10. To ask the Scottish Government what progress it is making in encouraging the recycling of paper products. Read the full transcript of Portfolio Questions in the Scottish Parliament Official Report: https://goo.gl/dCv3Ka
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JFSE SP6000

JFSE SP6000

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  • Updated: 08 Feb 2017
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Deployed over a vessel side and operated remotely from its deck, the JFSE SP6000 works by producing a controllable column of water, the pressure of which effectively excavates the seabed. This eliminates the risks associated with physical contact, especially around complex subsea assets. By employing real-time sonar monitoring, the SP6000 enables precision excavation both within constrained areas and over long distances. The SP6000 can be deployed with a dedicated LARS or using a crane or A-Frame and is powered via high pressure hoses. Clump weights or tugger wires are used to orientate and stabilise the tool whilst it is operational.
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PhotoSynergy LIGHTPATH - fibre lighting to 3000m depth

PhotoSynergy LIGHTPATH - fibre lighting to 3000m depth

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PhotoSynergy Ltd (PSL) extends its reach deeper with the development of SLS7000, prompted by industry to take its award winning LIGHTPATH fibre lighting concept to a depth of 3000m. The video highlights the PSL support to the Aubin Subsea trial at The Underwater Centre where LIGHTPATH was utilised to locate hydraulic hoses both their route and identify each hose by colour to assist ROV pilots during their operational tasks. The initial trial was at 100m depth in Loch Linnhe. The demands of connectivity to link existing seabed infrastructure to exploit new assets increases the challenge on subsea technology to supply a cost effective solution for installation, repair and maintenance. The network of seabed pipe systems during installation will have their orientation identified by illumination is seen as a prime candidate. As this work is increasingly beyond the operational depth of saturation divers the demands fall on sophisticated work-class ROVs to achieve rapid and efficient subsea operations, LIGHTPATH has a role to play. This extension of LIGHTPATH to seabed operational complements the existing saturation dive use of illuminated excursion umbilicals currently in operation in the North Sea using SLS5000 and SLS9000 systems. Find out more about PhotoSynergy's involvement with The Underwater Centre here: http://www.theunderwatercentre.com/fort-william/subsea-trials/case-studies/photosynergy-psl/
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