Important Polar Front Data Collection during Spring Bloom

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Cyprus Subsea supported Akvaplan-niva during a research cruise to the Northern Barents Sea. This research cruise was led by the Nansen Legacy programme at the University of Tromsø (UiT) The Arctic University of Norway – the world’s northernmost university. The University of Cyprus (UCY) Oceanography Center contributed to this campaign with one of its underwater […]

New Partnership with Nicola Offshore GmbH

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Cyprus Subsea Consulting and Services C.S.C.S. Ltd (C.S.C.S.) is proud to announce a commercial partnership with Nicola Offshore GmbH. This commercial partnership agreement formalizes our combined goals of sharing knowledge and resources to unlock new efficiencies for acquiring marine data using multibeam echosounders, subsea gliders and ocean monitoring instruments. Nicola Offshore opened in March 2021 […]

Cyprus Subsea Began Collaborating with Subsea Europe Services to Create a Hydrography & Oceanography Portfolio

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On the 1st of January 2021, Cyprus Subsea entered into a strategic cooperation with Subsea Europe Services GmbH. Cyprus Subsea matches its extensive autonomous and long-term water column survey experience with Subsea Europe Services’s seafloor surveying experience to provide a harmonized Hydrography and Oceanography portfolio. Additionally, both companies will share knowledge on the continuing development […]

GROOM II launched for Innovative Glider Infrastructure

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Last October 2020, fourteen organizations across Europe started a new European Union HORIZON 2020 Project under the Developing New World-Class Research Infrastructures Programme. Gliders for Research, Ocean Observation and Management Infrastructure and Innovation (GROOM II) is a three-year long project coordinated by Association Pour La Recherche et le Developpements des Methodes et Processus Industriels of […]

TechOceanS Project Launched for Healthier Oceans

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On 10 November 2020, the Technologies for Ocean Sensing (TechOceanS) Project conducted their virtual launch meeting. Over the course of the next four years, an international team of ocean technology experts from across Europe will develop a range of new in-situ sensing, imaging and sampling technologies. Cyprus Subsea is a proud member of this project […]

Dr. Daniel Hayes contributed to the recently published Maritime Informatics

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Cyprus Subsea is proud to announce that Dr. Daniel Hayes is actively involved in the emerging field of maritime informatics. Empowered by digitalization, maritime informatics is an emerging information technology theme that significantly improves the efficiency, sustainability, safety and resilience of shipping in the 21st century. Maritime Informatics is the first authoritative reference text on the subject. It is destined […]