On Thursday 7th September, Rental Technology Services (RTS) and NOSP will once again be joining forces to arrange this year’s Subsea Innovation Day (SID) at RTS’ premises in Åkrehamn.
Remote Operations and Autonomy are the buzzwords of our times in the offshore industry. We have therefore assembled a wonderful ensemble of companies to present their take on what this will look like not just in the future but very much already in 2023.
Join us for what will be another illuminating and interesting day of presentations, new equipment demonstrations, mingling and socialising.
The agenda for the day will be as follows:
- 09:30-12:00 Exhibitors Presentations and Demos – Lunch will be available from 11:30
- 12:00-12:15 Welcome by Tore Hafte Staalesen
- 12:15-12:45 Teledyne – “The Future is Now” (Ed Cheesman, Trish Buxton and Pim Kuus)
- 12:45-13:15 DeepOcean – “DeepOcean’s Shift to Remote Operations” (Al Rumson)
- 13:15-13:45 UTEC – “USV for the Future” (Adrian Webb)
- 13:45-14:45 Break / Exhibitors Presentations and Demos
- 14:45-15:15 Kongsberg Discovery AS – “Hugin – New Members to the Family” (Atle Gran)
- 15:15-15:45 BeeX – “SeaX – USV and HAUV Solutions” (Grace Chia)
- 15:45-16:15 RTS – “Goby – Autonomous Charging and Instrument Platform Fueling the Future of Remote Operations” (Freddy Knutsen)
- 16:15-17:00 Exhibitors Presentations and Demos
- 17:00-21:00 SID Dinner and Entertainment
All participants should register here: https://rts.as/subsea-innovation-day-2023/
And if you are unable to attend, join us live on YouTube. The presentations will be available from the same link after the evening’s activities are concluded.
We look forward to seeing you at the event.
In-person and Online Event – Live from 18:30 (Norwegian Time – UTC+2hrs)
The big hitters of subsea navigation have been gathered in one place for a shoot out, to determine who is king of the deepsea! Well, that’s not exactly it, but rarely do you have a chance to hear from the four main players in subsea navigation, back-to-back, in the same arena. This really will be a quality event not to miss. In addition, and to kick-off proceedings, NOSP will start with a short Annual General Meeting (AGM) to present its finances, share its current goals and to elect a new member to the board.
Doors open at 17:30 and the evening’s timetable will be as follows:
- 18:30 – NOSP Introduction and AGM (TBC)
- 18:45 – Imenco: NASNet – Subsea Positioning System Upgrades and Improvements (Mark Scott)
- 19:15 – Exail: Delph Subsea Positioning: How to Efficiently Plan Your Long Baseline (LBL) / Sparse LBL operations (Jim Titcomb)
- 19:45 – Break / Networking
- 20:15 – Kongsberg: Ultra Deepwater Positioning with HiPAP 602: Extending the range and precision of Medium Frequency Super Short Baseline (SSBL) for ranges up to 7000m (Spencer Collins)
- 20:45 – Sonardyne: Optimising the Performance of a Long Range Ultra Short BaseLine (USBL) Tracking and Telemetry System (Alan MacDonald)
As ever, light food and drinks will be available for those in attendance so registration here is essential to get the correct quantities ordered. Although just over two hours in duration, the schedule is flexible; the most important thing is that we all enjoy the evening.
For those unable to attend, join us live on YouTube. The presentations will be available from the same link after the evening’s activities are concluded.