|Airmar Technology Corporation||
|Alec Electronics Co., Ltd.||
|Applied Microsystems Ltd.||
|ASL Environmental Sciences||
|Caley Ocean Systems Ltd.||
|Coastal Development Institute of Technology||
|CODAR Ocean Sensors Inc.||
|CRP Group Ltd.||
|Divex Asia Pacific Pty Ltd||
|Dynamics Technology, Inc.||
|Center for Marine Environmental Studies, Ehime University||
|EMS Co., Ltd.||
|Ferroperm Piezoceramics A/S||
|5th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters||
|THE FLOATING STRUCTURES ASSOCIATION OF JAPAN||
|FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD||
|THE GENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOS CO., LTD.||
|Hawaii Ocean Science and Technology Industry||
|Hydro Group Plc||
|IHI Marine United Inc.||
|Independent Administrative Institution Port and Airport Research Institute||
|International Transducer Corporation||
|Japan Agency for Marine- Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)||
|Japan Association of Defense Industry||
|Japan Federation of Ocean Engineering Societies||
|Japan Hydrographic Association||
|JAPAN INDUSTRIAL LAND DEVELOPMENT CO.,LTD||
|Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC)||
|KAIJO SONIC GROUP||
|KAIYO DENSHI Co., Ltd.||
|Kawasaki Shipbuilding Corporation||
|KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc.||
|Port and Airport Department Kinki Regional Development Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport||
|KOBE STEEL, LTD.||
|KOKEN BORING MACHINE CO., LTD.||
|Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University/System Intech Co., Ltd.||
|Marimex Japan K.K.||
|McLane Research Laboratories, Inc.||
|Miller Aquatic Technologies
|MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.||
|MITSUI ENGINEERING & SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.||
|NAKASHIMA PROPELLER CO., LTD.||
|National Maritime Research Institute (NMRI)||
|Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command||
|Naval Undersea Warfare Center||
|Nichiyu Giken Kogyo Co., Ltd. (ngk ocean)||
|Department of Oceanic Architecture and Engineering, CST, Nihon University||
|Nishimatsu Construction Co., Ltd.||
|National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)||
|NTT DATA CORPORATION||
|OCC Corporation/The Nippon Salvage Co., LTD/Kokusai Cable Ship Co., LTD||
|Office of Naval Research Global||
|Osaka Prefecture University||
|PENTA- OCEAN CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD.||
|Port and Urban Projects Bureau, Kobe City Government||
|SANKO TSUSHO CO., LTD.||
|Shipbuilding Research Centre of Japan||
|SNK OCEAN CO., LTD.||
|The Society of Marine Broad-band Project||
|The Society of Naval Architects of Japan, Ocean Engineering Committee||
|SPAWAR Systems Center||
|The Study Group of Aero Aqua Bio- Mechanisms||
|Sumitomo Ocean Development & Engineering Co., Ltd.||
|SYSTEM GIKEN Ltd.||
|Technological Research Association of Super Marine Gas Turbine||
|Tenix LADS Corporation Pty Ltd.||
|3S Ocean Network Co., Ltd.||
|TOKAI UNIVERSITY MARINE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY||
|Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology||
|Toho Mercantile Co., Ltd.||
|TOYO CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD.||
|The Tsurumi-Seiki Co., Ltd. / Sippican, Inc. / D&A Instrument Company||
|Underwater Technology Research Center, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo||
|WATERFRONT VITALIZATION AND ENVIRONMENT RECEARCH CENTER||
|Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Yamaguchi University||
|YAMAHA MOTOR CO.,LTD||
|ZENI LITE BUOY CO.,LTD.||
|Zevulun Marine Systems Ltd.||
|Zonge Engineering & Research Organization||
|IEEE/Oceanic Engineering Society||
|Marine Technology Society||
|IEEE OCEANS'05 EUROPE||
|OCEANS 2005 MTS/IEEE - Washington, DC, USA||
|Sea Technology magazine||
|Hydro International / GITC bv||
|Ocean News & Technology Magazine||
|The Japan Maritime Daily||
|International Ocean Systems||
|Booth No. 25
Airmar Technology Corporation
|35 Meadowbrook Drive, Milford, New Hampshire 03055, USA|
|John M. Bauchat
|Airmar Technology Corporation specializes in the design
and manufacture of ultrasonic transducers for underwater and air-ranging
applications. Typical applications are hydrographic survey, flow-sensing,
velocity/speed logs, port security, side scan sonar, commercial fishing,
and recreational fishing. Airmar works closely with echosounder OEMs to
develop transducers so that systems achieve best possible performance in
a cost effective manner.
Airmar selects piezoceramics to optimize transducer operation at a discrete frequency, or over a broad band of frequencies, without sacrificing sensitivity. For highly specialized hydrophone applications, Airmar also utilizes our proprietary PiezoFlex™ PVDF polymer.
Visit stand no. 25 to learn more about Airmar products.
|Booth No. 34
Alec Electronics Co., Ltd.
|7-2-3, Ibukidai Higashi-machi, Nishi-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo 651-2242, Japan|
|Alec Electronics - An Oceanographic Instruments company dramatically reduced the size and the weight as well as the cost of the instruments. The faithful line-up of COMPACT Series leads you to the high-precision and the high-performance technology. Our new technology is honored as an asset of nation. Therefore, the COMPACT Series was awarded by Advanced Marine Science and Technology Society in May 2004 as the innovator. Please stop by our panoramic booth to touch the advanced equipment. We welcome you!|
|Booth No. 100
|4-8-7 iidabashi,Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0072, Japan|
|Scientific Instrument Department
|AMCO Incorporated is an agency in Japan of Turnerdesigns
and Fluid Imaging Technologies in USA.
Instruments to exhibit this time
The CYCLOPS-7 submersible fluorometer is designed for integration into multi-parameter platforms requiring a high performance, compact chlorophyll-sensor.
The Field Fluorometer is a rugged, field-portable instrument that can be set up for monitoring or discrete sample analyses.
The FlowCAM is a powerful continuous imaging particle flow cytometer ideal for monitoring of coastal waters, phytoplankton, and ballast water.
Booth No. 18
|2071 Malaview Avenue, Sidney, BC V8L 5X6, Canada|
|In the real world, water is never just H20.
This simple premise is the foundation of Applied Microsystems, manufacturer
of in-situ, real-time detection and measurement systems for water.
For 30 years, Applied Microsystems has manufactured sensors and systems to help measure water for oceanographic research, water treatment, environmental protection, marine survey, or even industrial process control.
Our sensors provide us with a unique ability to measure not just traditional water parameters - sound velocity, conductivity, pH, turbidity, temperature, and pressure - but also a wide variety of chemicals and hydrocarbons.
ASL Environmental Sciences
|1986 Mills Road, Sidney, B.C. V8L 5Y3, Canada|
| ASL Environmental Sciences specializes in physical oceanography. Our
products include: the Ice Profiler- measures ice-keel depths; the Wave
Profiler- measures non-directional wave height from the safety of the ocean
floor; the Water Column Profiler- monitors the presence and location of
zooplankton, fish or sediments; and the Open Channel ASFM Flow Meter- measures
channel flow, direction, and depth for ports and harbours.
Consulting services include flow measurement, numerical modeling, wave measurement and analysis, sediment transport and ice studies. ASL also has a large lease pool of oceanographic instruments with related mooring design, deployment services and data processing.
Caley Ocean Systems Ltd.
|Mavor Avenue, East Kilbride, Glasgow G74 4PU, Scotland, UK|
|Caley Ocean Systems Ltd has a worldwide reputation for the design and manufacture of: Davits; All-weather Rescue Boat Launch Systems; Winches; ROV/AUV Handling Systems; A-Frame Systems; Carousels; Cable, Umbilical & Pipe Laying Equipment; Boat Access Systems; and Engineering Systems|
Coastal Development Institute of Technology
|Sumitomo Hanzomon Building 6F 3-16 Hayabusa-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0092, Japan|
|Coastal Development Institute of Technology disclosed the NEW COMEINS, i.e. New Coastal Oceanographic and Meteorological Information system, to introduce latest Internet system in April 2004. It gave rise to the system evolution, which is characterized by improvement of disaster prevention information system, as well as operation cost reduction. We shall present you visual demonstration of NEW COMEINS using Internet equipment.|
CRP Group Ltd.
|Stanley Way, Skelmersdale, Lancashire, United Kingdom|
|The CRP Group are a specialist designer and manufacturer providing surface
and subsea buoyancy solutions. With over thirty years of experience behind
them, CRP offer an extensive yet highly specialised service to the oil,
gas, oceanographic industries.
Other Group divisions include:
CRP Balmoral Inc - a highly specialised, large scale, global manufacturing facility
Emerson & Cuming Composite Materials - an advanced materials manufacturer servicing the oceanographic, aerospace, defence and offshore sectors
OCP Cable Protection - leading designers and manufacturers of cable protection systems for the seismic and renewable energy sectors.
CRP is further supported by regional sales offices in the US, France and Norway and agency representation all over the world.
|Bluebell bldg. 7F, 2-15-9 Nishi-Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0031, Japan|
|Cubic-i Ltd. is providing ARGOS service for the Japanese users.
The ARGOS system is a data collection and location system dedicated for monitoring and conservation of environment. It is used in the various maritime applications such as data collection of ocean observation buoys or sub-surface floats, tracking and ecological investigation of marine animals like sea turtle, seal, dolphine, tuna, squid etc.
ARGOS is also used for Ship Security Alert System, ShipLoc. The ShipLoc SSAS provides you with not only the alert message in case of emergency, but also the regular reporting of the ship positions.
Divex Asia Pacific Pty Ltd
|8A Sparks Road, Henderson , Western Australia 6166, Australia|
|Divex Asia Pacific will be exhibiting in co-operation with Seabotix Inc to present the versatile LBV remotely operated vehicle and it's ancillary sonar and tracking systems. The LBV is widely used in marine research, aquaculture and environmental roles. Divex will also be exhibiting its capability to provide a full range of military, commercial and scientific diving equipment.|
|831 Industrial Blvd., Bryan, Texas 77803, USA|
|DYNACON, Inc. specializes in the design and manufacture of marine deck
including winches, traction winch systems, A-Frames, motion compensated cranes, passive and active motion compensation systems, overboarding sheave, and hydraulic power units for many different applications inthe fields of marine research, offshore oil, fisheries, and military.
Dynamics Technology, Inc.
|1555 Wilson Blvd. Suite 703 Arlington, VA. 22209, United States of America|
Fax: +1- 703-841-8395
|Dynamics Technology, Inc. (DTI) is a world-class provider of advanced sonar & non-acoustic ASW; precision navigation systems; and coastal surveillance automated situation awareness systems. DTI's integrated expertise ranges from state-of-the-art simulators to full development of sensor and processing systems. For nearly 30 years, DTI has demonstrated world-class technical depth and breadth for dozens of government and commercial customers and continues to build on its foundation in advanced R&D services.|
|Booth No. 4
Center for Marine Environmental Studies, Ehime University
|Bunkyo-cho 2-5, Matsuyama, Ehime 790-8577, Japan|
|Center for Marine Environmental Studies was established in 1999. The research focuses on the four basic fields of marine science: physics, chemistry, biology and geology. The close cooperation of the scientists makes it possible to promote an interdisciplinary and integrated approach to marine environment research, making the Center unique in Japan. In this presentation, environmental history of coastal areas in the Seto Inland Sea and recovering process of sand dredged areas are shown.|
EMS Co., Ltd.
|Iwamotocho Kita Bldg., 5F
8-15, Iwamotocho, 1 Chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0032, Japan
|We're the trading company of Oceanographic Instruments and are selling the grobal standard CTD system of Sea-Bird Electronics, Inc., and the Mo-Comp Crane with the most current technology by DYNACON, Inc., and other excellent instruments. In our booth, we will exhibit the autonomous monitoring system of temperature-salinity, using SBE37 MicroCAT (SBE) & Sea-Data Link (EMS). Up to now, long term mooring observation has been difficult due to serious biofauling problem. We could solve this problem by using SBE technologies. Beside of these products, we will exhibit MOCNESS (Multiple Opening/ Closing Net and Environmental Sampling System). Please visit us. We are looking forward to seeing you.|
|R&D Lab Bionik, Ackerstrasse 76, D-13355 Berlin, Germany|
|Dr. Rudolf Bannasch
|The next generation of underwater modems. Let your marine systems benefit from the world's most advanced underwater telemetry. Revolutionary, biologically inspired Sweep-Spread-Carrier (S2C) technology provides an optimum of data transmission under virtually any conditions. Smart, adaptive performance-on-demand architecture, networking capability, built-in tracking and velocity measurement, and many other new features.|
|1873 Diamond Street San Marcos, CA 92078, USA|
|Shawn Amirehsani Sales & Marketing Manager
|Manufacturer of custom electrical, electro-mechanical and electro-optical cables for the oceanographic and geophysical applications including: ROV, magnetometer, diver, video, lighting, side-scan sonar, tow, transducer, fiber optic and seismic tow. A leading manufacturer of braided haired cable fairing. New products featured at the show: single and multi layered armored cables.|
Ferroperm Piezoceramics A/S
|Hejreskovvej 18A, 3490 Kvistgaard, Denmark|
|In Ferroperm Piezoceramics A/S our mission is to provide high quality piezoceramic components for the professional user and assist our customers at the designing stage with a choice of the best material for the application. This is achieved by guiding our customers through the definition phase and by being flexible at the sample-manufacturing stage. In order to obtain the best quality vs. price ratio, our aim is to supply consistent high quality reliable products at fair and competitive prices. This strategy enables customers to optimize design and improve performance and production flow, thereby contributing to improved competitiveness on their markets.|
5th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters
|1-1, hatoba-cho, Chuo-ku, Kobe-city, Hyougo, 650-8551 Japan|
Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department 5th
Regional Coast Guard Headquarters
|Japan Coast Guard (JCG) has been conducting various marine surveys and
observations, and has been providing accurate latest information by publishing
a Nautical charts and by other means. In this exhibition, We introduce
the activities of the latest marine surveys and observations of JCG.
·[Airborne Laser Soundings ]
·[Long Range HF Ocean Radar observation to measure the ocean current ]
·[Seafloor geodetic observation (to detect the crustal movements) ]
· Continental Shelf Surveys project and others
THE FLOATING STRUCTURES ASSOCIATION OF JAPAN
19-4,NISHI-SHINBASHI 1-CHOME,MINATO-KU,TOKYO 105-0003,JAPAN
|Since its establishment in 1990, The Floating Structures Association
of Japan has been actively proposing ideas for various projects aiming
effective use of the marine space expanse by using floating structures
in the core.
In the near future, demand for urtra large floating structure is gojng to grow strongly in order to utilize efficiently the retainable nature energy such as solar, wind, wave and otec in stead of fossil fuel to reduce the warming exhaust gas.
FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD
|2-6 kandaizumi-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0024, JAPAN|
|Governmental Procurement and System Development Div.
|FURUNO Electric CO., LTD., always brings benefit to the whole world through
developing sophisticated industrial machineries and systems.
Acoustic measuring systems for maritime researches, traffic control systems for both maritime and onshore use, and avionic navigation systems: these are some of our contributions to the society.
We have combined our technical proficiencies in diverse fields: digital communications, ultrasound, data processing, plus kinematic/differential GPS. The sole purpose of our activities is to realize what the society desires. We are striving to establish flexible and competent apparatus for developing our products that could respond even to grand projects sponsored by national governments.
THE GENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOS CO., LTD.
|- Reference Material for Nutrients in Seawater (RMNS)
* Natural seawater base (there is not addition of poison)
* Multiple nutrients items in the identical bottle (about 100ml; nitrate,nitrite,silicate,phoshate)
* RMNS cover it from the low to high concentrations range in the Pacific Ocean
* RMNS effective as an index to detect quality control of long-term monitoring anda minute environmental change
* We can provide RMNS made of seawater which you supplied
Hawaii Ocean Science and Technology Industry
|DBEDT Ocean Resources Branch, PO Box 2359, Honolulu, HI 96804, USA|
|Hawaii’s Ocean Science and Technology industry offers outstanding advantages for those looking for cutting-edge research, products and services. Hawaii is a leader in a wide variety of areas including ocean engineering, software development for cable laying and design, deep ocean water applications, remote sensing, ship design and ocean bottom surveying. Visit our on-line magazine at www.HawaiiOceanScience.org to learn how Hawaii’s powerful combination of natural, physical, and human resources are applied to virtually every ocean-related field and access our directory with links to almost 200 Hawaii companies doing business in a growing industry worth more than $140 million in annual revenues.|
Hydro Group Plc
|Hydro House, Woodside Road, Bridge of Don, AB23 8EF, Scotland, United Kingdom|
|Mark Harris (Asia Pacific Sales Director)
Phone: UK +44-1224-822996, Perth +61-8-9480-3710
Fax: UK +44-1224-825142, Perth +61-8-9481-3177
The Hydro Group Plc is a Scottish group of companies
specialising in the design, manufacture and qualification of specialist
harsh environment electrical, coaxial and fibre optic connection systems.
IHI Marine United Inc.
|22-23,Kaigan 3-Chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0022, Japan|
|Offshore & Marine Business Development Dept.
|In 21st century, protection of the environment is the paramount importance for human beings. IHI Marine United (IHIMU) contributes the industry using its cutting edge technology. IHIMU features the products for LNG chain including LNG FPSO, FSRU and GBS terminal with its proprietary SPB technology. IHIMU also features environment friendly power generation system such as Floating Offshore Wind Power System, and advaced ship control technology such as Automatic Mooring and Discharge System.|
|1340-35, Ohmuro, Kashiwa City, Chiba-ken 277-0813, Japan|
|Exclusive Distributor in Japan for"Impulse Enterprise". Impulse Enterprise is now a world leader in the desing and manufacture of electrical and optical interconnection systems for a wide range of harsh environments. IE's products and servies include; Thermoset Glass Reinforced Epoxy, Rubber Molded, Rubber Molded Metal Shell, Polyurethane Molded, Metal Shell, Pressure Balanced Oil Filled, Magnetically Operated Proximity Switches, Cable termination, Custom breakouts, Custom Connector Design and Fabrication, and others. www.impulse-ent.com|
Independent Administrative Institution Port and Airport Research Institute
|3-1-1,Nagase,Yokosuka 239-0826, Japan|
|Research Planning and Administration Department,
Planning Division, Yoshihiro Satoh
|The Port and Airpot Research Insutitute(PARI) conducts research and investigations
over a broad range,covering the development of ports,coast and airports
as well as environmental conservation and disaster prevention along coastlines.
Major ongoing research projects at PARI are explained in OTO'04 Exhibition.
International Transducer Corporation
|869 Ward Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93111, USA|
|Lou Izzo, Business Development Manager
Phone: +1-805-683-2575 ext.521
Fax: +1- 805-967-8199
|Since its establishment in 1966, ITC has gained a reputation for being a leader in the design and manufacture of acoustic transducers. Our products are used for ship and submarine sonar, oceanographic, survey, seismic exploration, marine research, medical devices and proximity sensing. ITC transducers are used in defense, communication, navigation control and information gathering applications. They are integral to many advanced sonar systems, position determining systems and data telemetry devices. ITC has designed and manufactured over 5000 models ranging from custom built, one-of-a-kind transducers to long term, high volume products.|
|8F Shinjuku I-Land Tower, 6-5-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 163-1378 Japan|
Special Product Marketing Group
| Wilson Greatbatch(WG)'s lithium primary batteries
have the high performance and the large capacity, because of their highest
enery density. WG's batteries
have been used in many marine applications all over the world.
The battery's lineup have AA to DD in size and we can also build the battery pack for your required voltage and capacity. We can offer the best power source you need.
|France : 55 Avenue Auguste Renoir, 78160 Marly Le Roi
Singapore : 53 Ubi Ave 1, Paya Ubi Industrial Park, Singapore 408934
Japan Representative : Ocean Wings Corp,
|Wilbert De Groot (Ixsea), Hiroshi Ozawa (Ocean
Phone: Singapore : +65-67474912
Fax: Singapore : +65-67474913
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
|Ixsea is a high technology company, and world leader in marine and underwater
solutions for research, defense and offshore industry.
With over 30 years experience in key technologies (Fibre Optic Gyroscopes, underwater acoustics, magnetic resonance, imagery data logging), Ixsea aims at inventing and offering solutions that improve productivity at work for users while remaining easy to use.
Ixsea is an ISO9001 certified company with approvals from established bureau and classification societies. Our Products include, OCTANS, a survey-grade IMO certified Fiber Optic Gyrocompass with integrated motion sensor, PHINS Inertial navigation system, GAPS a portable calibration free USBL system, POSIDONIA long range USBL system, MAGIS marine magnetometer, Delph Seismic Software and whole range of Acoustic Releases.
Japan Agency for Marine- Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
|2-15 Natsushima-cho, Yokosuka, Kanagawa 237-0061, Japan|
|Public Relations Division Administration Department
|On 1st April 2004, the Japan Marine Science and Technology Center, which
was established in 1971, was reorganized as an independent administrative
institution and renamed the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Scince and Technology(JAMSTEC)
JAMSTEC has researched and developed various research observation systems and carried out researches about science of the ocean and the earth.
JAMSTEC exhibits the latest research observation systems and research results.
Japan Association of Defense Industry
|Redondo Bld. 2-21-3,Akasaka,Minato-ku,Tokyo 107-0052, Japan|
|General Manager Yasuo KUWAHARA, Business Dept.
|The Japan Association of Defense Industry(JADI) is a non-profit organization
in coroporated in 1988 as a legal entity for public benefit and sanctioned
by the Japanese Government(METI and JDA).
The object of the Association is to contribute to the establishment of the comprehensive foundation for national defense by upgrading industrial activity as well as by endeavoring to modernize the defense equipment.
At present 163 domestic firms are registered with the Association.
Japan Federation of Ocean Engineering Societies
|1-1-17-401 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052, Japan|
|C/O Japan International Marine Science and Technology Federation
|Under these considerations, eight societies related to ocean engineering agreed to cooperate with each other and established the Japan Federation of Ocean Engineering Societies of 1988. The current aims of this society are: to provide a mechanism for cooperation; to exchange ocean engineering related information; to conduct ocean engineering - related international conference; and to hold ocean engineering panels twice a year.|
Japan Hydrographic Association
|Tsukiji HamarikyuBuilding 8F 5-3-3,Tsukiji,Chuo-ku,Tokyo 104-0045, Japan|
|Marine Information Research Center
JAPAN INDUSTRIAL LAND DEVELOPMENT CO.,LTD
|3-8-15, Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8432, Japan|
|Technology Research Dept.
|Biodegradable board drain "LACT-Board method"
The technical development of an eco-friendly foundation improvement method of construction was promoted. Consequently, research and development in the parent environment type drainage material which will raw-decompose by the microbe in the future, and returns to the ground was done.
Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC)
|1310 Omiya-cho, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa 212-8554, Japan|
|Deep-sea Mineral Exploration & Technology Team, Metals Research & Development
|Deep-sea mineral exploration activities by the Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC)|
KAIJO SONIC GROUP
|3-1-5, Sakae-cho, Hamura-shi, TOKYO 205-8607, JAPAN|
|Management Planning Division
KAIJO SONIC Groupe provide ultrasonic unique
sensors for probing the natural world based on our ultrasonic core
KAIYO DENSHI Co., Ltd.
|2-17-3, Kasumigaseki-kita, Kawagoe, Saitama 350-1109, JAPAN|
|Our company is performing research, development, and manufacture centering
on marine research apparatus.
The main products are the Small Acoustic Transponders used for earthquake observation, submarine temperature measurement, and etc.
An Acoustic Transponder can be used as a data-communications system and also it is effective as SSBL and LBL systems.
Many pressure cases are made from titanium alloy and we can supply Φ500, Φ650 spherical titanium pressure cases.
Kawasaki Shipbuilding Corporation
|World Trade Center Bldg., 4-1, Hamamatsu-cho. 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-6116, JAPAN|
|Coordinating Department, Marketing & Sales
KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc.
|2-1-15 Ohara Kamifukuoka-shi Saitama, 356-8502, JAPAN|
|The role of the underwater acoustics in marine environment is introduced
in our products. We will display verious products; acoustic data link system,
acoustic positioning system, transponder, pinger, transducers. Moreover,
exhibition of an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle(AUV) equipped with our products
and the demonstration of image transmission by high-speed acoustic data
link are also performed.
Our company exhibits jointly with SYSTEM GIKEN Ltd. that develops these acoustic products.
Port and Airport Department Kinki Regional Development Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
|Kobe Chiho Godochosha, 29, Kaigandori, Chuoh-ku, Kobe, Hyougo 650-0024, JAPAN|
|Port Planning Division
KOBE STEEL, LTD.
|Shinko Building 10-26 Wakinohamacho 2-chome Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo 651-8585, Japan|
|General Administration Department Kobe Project Group
|1.Ambient Air Polution Monitoring System
This system works to identfy ambient air polution source and suports to take measure to meet environmental preservation. Also this has functions needed forenvironmental administration.
2.Image Diagnosis of Plants by NIR remote sensing
Earth environment is getting worse. On the other hand, Forest has a functon of enviroment preservation.
This system diagnoses healthiness of plants biologicaly by analyzing near infrared spectrums emitted from plants.
3.Wireless Communication System
(1)18GHz Wireless NetWork System(AirThrough18G)
(2)Wireless Free Access(WFA)
Two types of wireless communication sysytems are presented.
One is wireless access sysytem of 18GHz band "Air Through 18G" and another is wireless free access sysytem "WFA".
|1-1, Rokkou-dai, Higashinada, Kobe 657-8501, JAPAN|
|Office for Innovation Supports and Center for Innovation and Creativity,
|We exhibit some panels related to the innovation support center in Kobe University. Especially,some seeds for maritime sciences research area are focused on to progress the collaboration with companies. Please come and see ous.|
KOKEN BORING MACHINE CO., LTD.
|29-15,Chuo 1-chome,Nakano-ku TOKYO 164-8650,JAPAN|
| International Division
|KOKEN Submersible Core Drill (MARINE DRILL) is now working actively in
the field of marine civil work and geological survey for the exploitation
of mineral resources of the sea bottom.
It provides geological data of the sea bottom easily and economically of which working cost was very expensive and hard to obtain soil or rock samples in the past.
|7F Itopia Uchikanda Building, 2-1-14, Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0047, Japan|
|KOWA CORPORATION design & produce both micro ROV and ROV for deep sea. We produce various underwater equipments such as Underwater Camera, Digital Camera for deep sea, Lamp, Actuator, Cutter, Creature absorption system, etc. We develop new products and special exclusive equipment at our customer's demand and also undertake various underwater investigation by our ROV. We sell sonar equipments made by Imagenex, Canada, and make investigation, too. We keep challenging to limitless possibility.|
Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University/System Intech Co., Ltd.
|Yoshida Hommachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501, Japan
Frontier Research Center(T-FORCE) Tokai University 20-1,Orido3,Shimizu,Shizuoka 424-8610, Japan
|We introduce our research activities including sea turtle tracking, dugong acoustic survey and Mekong giant catfish tracking in Thailand. We display materials for the research, pictures, videos and our recent results.|
Marimex Japan K.K.
|7A Daisan Yoshino Bldg., 6-9-12, Nishi-Kasai, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo 134-0088, Japan|
|Exhibit latest survey/observation equipment such as EdgeTech DT-1 Deep Tow Full Spectrum SSS/SBP, Coda Data Aquisition/Processing Unit, Kongsberg Mesotech MS2000 Multi Scan Sonar and MS1000 Scanning Sonar, TSS Cable/Pipeline Tracking System, Kongsberg Maritime U/W TV Camera, Birns U/W Light & Connectors.|
|C-11 Shiozawako-Nomura, Karuizawa, Nagano Pref 389-0111, Japan|
|TAKUMI, the Ocean Nutrient Enhancer, is introduced.
TAKUMI is a new concept floating divice which rises nutrient rich Deep Ocean Water and discharge it into a euphotic layer to enhance primary productions and fish productions in the sea. Since July 2003, at Sagami Bay, TAKUMI is continueously rising and discharging Deep Ocean Water in the rate of 100,000m3/day from 205m depth , via the riser pipe of 1m diameter.
The development is conducted by 10 private companies of MARINO-FORUM21members, Ouchi Ocean Consultant, IHI Marine United, JFE Engineering., System Intec, MOL Techno-Trade, Zenilite Buoy, Toa Corp., Nakashima Propeller, Japan Radio Corp., and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries,.
|2-10-5, Ryougoku, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-8531, Japan|
|Shouji Komera of Tokyo Marketing Office
· The conduit reinforced by SUS tape for the inside pressure.
· The Pipe's wight can be adjusted properly accoding to the depth of water.
· With high coefficient of flow,without increasing of scale for maintaining the distinctive quality of flow for long period.
· High flexibility can make the pipe buried to the any shape of the bed to construct the most economical pipe line.
· A long piece of pipe with no joint-work in water will present reliable pipe line in shorter period.
Miller Aquatic Technologies
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.
|1-1, Wadasaki-cho 1-chome, Hyogo-ku, Kobe 652-8585, Japan|
|We MHI contribute to enriching peoples’ lives
with our cutting-edge technology.
MHI’s businesses are classified into five business segments as follows: shipbuilding & ocean development, power systems, machinery & steel structures, aerospace and mass and medium-lot manufactured machinery.
We will exhibit you some panels and samples related to Ocean engineering such as the fuel cell stack of the Deep and Long Cruising AUV ’URASHIMA’, a new watertight structure ’City Barrier’ which is consists of flexible membrane, a trailing suction hopper dredger for SCA (Suez canal authority) which is the largest dredger ever build in Japan and Mitsubishi Motion Suppression Board ’MS board’.
MITSUI ENGINEERING & SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.
|6-4, Tsukiji 5-chome, chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8439, Japan|
|Public Relations Department
|We will exhibit our NGH (Natural Gas Hydrate) technology
and underwater technology concerning ROVs & AUVs.
NGH is crystalline substance of natural gas and water under a certain condition of pressure and temperature, and has been focused as a low cost and safety transportation technology for natural gas. MES is proceeding with development of each system, such as produce, storage, transportation and re-gasfication, aiming to establish the chain of natural gas.
NAKASHIMA PROPELLER CO.,LTD.
|688-1 Joto-Kitagata,Okayama 700-8691, Japan|
|New Project Group
|The water quality is being deteriorated in the world-wide enclosed waterways,
with nutritive substances increased and red tide etc.
While the surface water layer is at higher temperature and of lower density;the bottom water layer is at lower temperature and higher density,where in summer time, oxygen-lacking water lumps will be stagnant due to insufficient oxygen supply,to be a problem.
The density current generator is an innovative system to artificially remove the oxygen-lacking lumps and supplying the layer with oxygen,by spraying out horizontally the mixed water made from the two different layers,called density current.
National Maritime Research Institute (NMRI)
|6-38-1 Shinkawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-0004 JAPAN|
|Research Information Center
Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command
|1100 Balch Blvd., Stennis Space Center, MS 39529-5005, USA|
|Public Affairs Office
|The Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command is comprised of military and civilian personnel located worldwide. The command provides oceanographic, meteorological and geospatial information and services to operating defense forces.|
Naval Undersea Warfare Center
|1176 Howell Street, Newport, Rhode Island, 02841, USA|
|Pamela Raposa, IR&D Program Manager
|Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC), part of the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), provides full-spectrum support for all aspects of undersea warfare for surface ships and submarines. We are the preeminent U.S. Navy resource for sonars, torpedoes, undersea warfare combat systems, and undersea ranges with unique in-house responsibilities and capabilities, providing innovative USW solutions for the U.S. Navy of today and tomorrow.|
|Aerospace and Defense Business Planning Division
|NEC contributes to society in various fields from the space to the deep
ocean through its superior technologies of sensors, communications, computers
and information processing.
We will introduce you various solutions related to Oceans and Information such as Sensor Technology for Oceanographic Observation, Network Technology for deep sea condition, and Marine Environment Prediction Technology which are useful for disaster prevention in the ocean and environmental conservation.
Please visit our booth and feel Ocean is always with you.
Nichiyu Giken Kogyo Co., Ltd. (ngk ocean)
|No.3 Takamura Bldg. 2-22-1 Minami-Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo 171-0022, Japan|
|Advanced Development Dept. (Ocean Business Gr.)
|Acoustic Release, Under-water winch, Water Sampler, Sediment Trap..
Call us "ngk ocean". "ngk ocean" developed various observation apparatuses through our composite technology (acoustics, robotics, mechanics and unique acutuator(Gas Generator)) since 1980. At OTO2004, we exhibit our typical ocean apparatuses; releasers, portable time-series trap and under-water winch system. Please call round at our booth.
Department of Oceanic Architecture and Engineering, CST, Nihon University
|7-24-1 Narashinodai, Funabasi-shi, Chiba 274-8501, Japan|
|Our research area is from waterfront to offshore sea. Planning of waterfront including landscape design, a computer simulation of ocean environment, a restoration technology for ocean environment and a design of offshore structures are studied to apply and to manage them or for advanced utilization of ocean space. The research areas with some examples and the education are introduced. Our department that tackles with the study of ocean engineering based on architectural engineering is unique.|
Nishimatsu Construction Co., Ltd.
|20-10,Toranomon 1-chome,Minato-ku,Tokyo 105-8401, Japan|
|Engineering Planning & Management Division
|Nishimatsu Construction is promoting the reseach and technical development
about maritime technology, including protection and environmental preservation
of a seashore resion.
" The Wave Trapping Artificial Reef" is an artificial leaf developed newly, and is contributed to protection of a seashore resion, and environmental preservation economically and effectively compared with a former one.
|1-17-14 Oyodo-naka, kita-ku, Osaka city 531-0076, Japan|
|Osaka Branch Industrial Machinery Group Kazuhiko
|We present some of top market shared manufacturers in ROV maraket. We feature SCHILLING ROBOTICS, a leading company in manipurators industries. We will show their "CONAN" and "RIG MASTER" manipurators, ideal for harsh environment, as well as their favulous Remote System Engine electric products with epoch-making new technology.Their"TITANIII"manipurators which are used for Sinkai 6500 manned vechicle and new "QUEST" electric ROV are also eye-catcher. We also exhibit the other excellent companies.|
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
|1305 East West Highway, SSMC 4, Rm 13314-N/MB61, Silver Spring, MD 20910, USA|
|Bill Zahner, External Affairs
Phone: +1-301-713-3060 ext. 176
|NOAA helps manage the 95,000 miles of US coastline
by working to balance our use of coastal and ocean resources with the
need to protect, preserve,
and restore them. NOAA responds to oil spills, generates the nation’s
nautical charts and tide and water level data, and provides the baseline
geodetic data for mapping and surveying.
NOAA operates the satellites and manages the processing and distribution of data and images these satellites produce daily. NOAA uses the satellite data to create forecasts for television, radio, and weather advisory services.
|Vangkroken 2, 1351 Rud, Norway.|
|NORTEK is an acoustic technology company famous for the Doppler Current Meter. There are the reliable products upon a usage of the end-users from the laboratory to the deep sea measurement. The AWAC has TWO functions in one unit; which they are a current profiler, a wave height and directional system gets boomed among the oceanographic observer as the new model. We are at right in front of the main entrance with Alec Electronics, that they are our agency in Japan. With your visit, you can see how they are fit for your study! Let’s see you there!|
NTT DATA CORPORATION
|Sumitomo Fudosan Iidabashi Bldg. No. 3 7thFL.,13-1,
Nishigoken-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 162-0812, Japan
|The second Sales and Marketing Group, Public Business Unit, Public
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
|"Insight for the New Paradigm"
NTT DATA's mission is to be a Value Creator in the information network society.
By using information technology to their strategic advantage, we create new value for citizens,enterprises and the new society. In this exhibition, we demonstrate the typical solutions and systems as follows.
· "Geo contents®":Providing the Geographic information contents from the multi source of satellite imagery.
· "cell computing®":Virtual supercomputer based on grid technology
|3-2, Marunouchi 2-Chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005, Japan|
|Mr. Kenji Tamura Technical Strategy Group,
Monohakobi Technology Institute
|We present several technologies for ecology, such as safety,
efficiency and saving of marine environment.Technologies show its true
value only by used in actual operating field. Unique products such as simulators,safety
allarm system and so on are presented from view of following points;
A. Safety - Technology to prevent accidents
B. Efficiency - Technology to present efficiency of vessel operation
C. Keep marine environment - Technology to minimize water caused by vessel operation.
|4-4-17,Kanou-cho,Chuou-ku,Kobe 650-0001, Japan|
|Kobe Branch Sales Department No.2
|Obayashi Corporation has promoted technical development to contribute to environmental protection and has been going ahead vigorously with corporate activities in fields that can help the enterprise to develop while contributing to the creation of sustainable society. We introduce some measures for the technical development and construction technology in these solutions. We are sure that our technical power and actual result become the accumulation to the concept of natural environmental reproduction, which will become a matter of course in the near future.|
OCC Corporation/The Nippon Salvage Co., LTD/Kokusai Cable Ship Co., LTD
|Queen's Tower C 15F 2-3-5 MinatoMirai,Nishi-ku, Yokohama 220-6633, Japan|
|Submarine Business Unit
|OCC Corporation (OCC) has applied expertise gained from
producing more than 120,000 km of cable since 1935 to oceanographic monitoring
OCC will introduce ‘Real Time Seismic Cable System’ (RSCS), developed in cooperation with Nippon Salvage Co. Ltd. Using OCC developed technologies provide reduced production costs without compromising dependability.
A field-trial conducted with Kokusai Cable Ship Co. Ltd. has successfully confirmed the deployment and acoustic coupling of this design to the seabed.
RSCS provides significant cost reductions for undersea seismic systems and seabed composition sounding surveys. Please visit our booth to see a working system and for more details.
Office of Naval Research Global
|c/o 800 N. Quincy Street, Rm.1219, Arlington, VA 22217, United States|
Fax: +1-703-696- 0738
|The Office of Naval Research Global (ONRG) is composed of scientists and engineers who are committed to working with academia and the private sector around the world to foster cooperation in areas of mutual interest and to bring the full range of possibilities to the Navy and Marine Corps. The ONR Global staff is active in a broad spectrum of disciplines relevant to Naval interests including: oceans and atmospheric science, navigation and seabased logisitics, information technology, joint communications, language translation, materials science, sensors, nonlethal weaponry, biosciences, human factors, and battlefield medicine.|
|100 WILDCAT RD., TORONTO, ON,M3J 2Z9, CANADA|
|Before conference: Alia Sherif During conference:
Phone: +1-416-661-5904 ext. 400
Email: Before conference: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email: During confernce: email@example.com
|Optech Incorporated is the global market leader in the development, manufacture and support of advanced laser-based surveying, mapping and imaging instruments. Optech’s SHOALS-1000T, the world's smallest, fastest and most accurate airborne laser bathymeter, is a complete littoral zone mapping solution, offering area coverage rates as high as 70 km2 per hour. Optech is comprised of five major divisions: Laser Imaging, Space and Atmospheric, Marine Survey, Industrial Products, and Terrestrial Survey. Each division represents a specialty, but all five share a common mission — to design and manufacture state-of-the-art precision measurement instruments that utilize lidar (light detection and ranging).|
Osaka Prefecture University
|1-1 Gakuen-cho, Sakai , Osaka 599-8531, Japan|
|Dept of Marine System Eng , Graduate School of Eng
|The Department of Marine System Engineering focuses
its activity on ocean environment, human activity, and their integrated
system as a principal
part of the Earth System. The Department offers advanced education and
research programs concerning marine system planning, marine transportation,
marine space utilization, marine resource development and marine environment,
on the basis of hydrodynamics, structural engineering, computer science
and systems engineering.
This booth shows our research fields , their recent results and developments.
|4-2-6 Kudan-Kita, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102-0073, Japan|
|Ocean Instruments Group
|OYO Corporation is one of the leading engineering companies to carry
out geophysical and geotechnical services for various applications in airports,
harbors, and environmental studies in Japan. Our Instruments Division has
a mission to supply and imports various products required for Japanese
We are displaying the latest model of the side scan sonar from Klein Associates, Inc.,Ocean Bottom Cable for earthquake monitoring from OYO Geospace, towing type Cesium magnetometer from Geometrics, and our own designed soil sampler for ocean sedimentwith some interesting posters.
Come see us at our booths and brows what you need in our company.
PENTA- OCEAN CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD.
|2-8 Koraku 2-chome, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 112-8576, Japan|
|Public Relations Division
|Our company has huge experiences in ocean-civil engineering field, such
as dredging, reclamation, port facilities, etc. in Japan and overseas like
the dredging of Suez Canal.
Through cultivated expertise, our company establishes high profile technical know-how introducing measures in minimizing environmental impact as follows:
1.Clay Guard Method:a watertight technique confining dredged hazardous materials like heavy material at final disposal plant.
2. Environmental Dredging Method(END Method):a technique minimizing spread of silt materials and over excavation, normally occurs during the dredging operation.
3.High Hydraulic Mud Granulation Solidification Method:a technique that solidifies dredged soil with high water content for recycling.
Port and Urban Projects Bureau, Kobe City Government
|6-5-1,Kano-Cho,Chuo-Ku,Kobe 650-8570, Japan|
|Planning Division,Engineering Headquarters
| Port and Urban Projects Bureau has been performing maintenance on the
Port and the industrial complexes in response to achieve a better and more
comfortable life for the people of Kobe.
Construction of the Kobe Airport is progressing towards its opening in fiscal 2005. In addition, port and urban facilities are being developed on Port Island 2nd Stage to meet the needs of this new age of information and globalization.
In this exhibition, we will introduce the Kobe Airport and other projects that we are currently working on.
|2-4-7, Fukuura, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama 236-0004, Japan|
|Q.I Inc. is a leading company which manufacture, design, supply underwater
TV camera systems, ROV, the video image processing.
Q.I Inc. is a certified manufacturer according to ISO 9001&ISO14001, which specifies generic requirements for a quality system with the widest scope of application for design, development, manufacture and servicing.
|201-9865 West Saanich Road, Sidney, British Columbia, V8L 5Y8, Canada|
|Quester Tangent has been actively developing marine technology since 1983 and has spent more than $5 million on research and development in the past 5 years. Quester Tangent's technology uses the information in an acoustic signal to provide accurate, repeatable and unambiguous classification of the sea floor. Dedication to this technology has led to the development of an unparalleled suite of acoustic seabed classification products and services with a broad range of applications used in more than 30 countries. The technology includes products for classification of data acquired by single beam, multibeam and sidescan sonars. Data processing services are provided.|
|27 Monk Street, Ottawa, ON, Canada|
|Mr. Bart Geleynse
|Since 1976, RBR Ltd. Has been manufacturing high precision instruments for oceanographic, freshwater, groundwater, and cryospheric research. Our Current product line includes submersible data loggers for CTD and other sensors, thermistor chains, and capacitance wave gauges. Calibration equipment for oceanographic instruments include temperature +/-0.002 degrees, conductivity to +/-0.003 mS/cm and pressure to +/-0.015%. Stop by the booth to see the new submersible Tide/Wave recorder (TWR-2050) and the Micro-Salinometer (MS-310).|
SANKO TSUSHO CO., LTD.
|NO5 MORI BLDG,. 1-17-1 TORANOMON MINATO-KU, TOKYO 105-0001, Japan|
|Yasuhide Hara, Sales Director
|The Polar Ocean Profiling System (POPS) can effect real time automatic
Metrological and Oenological data collection through communications satellite.
POPS’s CTD sensor uses ARGO Profiling Float technology.
This system is easy setup and deploy even under a strict polar environment.
The WAVEX system measures surface wave variables on the basis of digitized
sea-cluttering images provided by a standard non-coherent marine radar.
|IU Building 4F , 2-23 SHIOHAMA , ICHIKAWA-CITY , CHIBA 272-0127, JAPAN|
|No.5-7,Honmachi,3-chome,Chuo-ku,Osaka 541-8520, Japan|
|The new construction techniques that are Hyper well sp method,
Hyper junction, Muproo panel and Super cutoff wall method are presented.
The Super cutoff wall method is effective to a buried structure for mitigating
damage of its floating up due to soil liquefaction by mean of cutoff
walls that surround the buried structure.
The effect of the method were confirmed by centrifuge model tests that showed that floating up displacements of the structure with cutoff walls were very little although the displacement of the structure without cutoff walls was very large.
Shipbuilding Research Centre of Japan
|KOWA IIDABASHI building 7th floor 2-1-2,Koraku,Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo 112-0004 JAPAN|
|Floating Structure Engineering Department
|Shipbuilding Research Centre of Japan(SRC) is a non-profit foundation
established in 1967
with the aim to improve and promote technology. The Floating Structure Engineering Department was established in 2000, the power is directed towards the spread of the Mega-Float methods. Our technical consulting activities,such as floating airports,harbor facilities, an information base,fishing parks,etc. are inntroduced.
SNK OCEAN CO., LTD.
|TATSUMI BLDG.,3-8-7, IIDABASHI,CHIYODA-KU,TOKYO 102-0072, JAPAN|
The Society of Marine Broad-band Project
|1-50 Tsutsuji-ga-oka 1-chome, Akishima-city, Tokyo 196-0012, JAPAN|
|Strategic Marketing Division
|This project aims at realizing of broad-band communications of which
motion picture have been gained by communications between land and ship.
Research and development for the infrastructure improvement and utility
application for high-speed communication are required for promoting this
Marine Broad-band Project.
The project intends to realize efficient future systems; high-speed communication infrastructure, safe and effective operating management of ships by connecting internet and intranet. The project is conducted by cooperating among industry-university-authority of which participating institutions are Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, NTT Communications Corporation, JSAT Corporation, DAI-ICHI ELECTRIC K.K. and Akishima Laboratories (Mitsui Zosen) Inc.
The Society of Naval Architects of Japan, Ocean Engineering Committee
|79-7 Tokiwadai Hodogaya Yokohama 240-8501, JAPAN|
|Yokohama National University Graduate school of Environment and Information
|It is said that the ocean is the last space of frontier on the earth.
Rich and various resources lies under the vast space from a continental
shelf to the deep ocean floor. In addition, practical use of the vast ocean
space promises not only contribute to economy and social development, but
also for the improvement of human life.
The ocean engineering committee of the Society of Naval Architects of Japan shows and introduces our activities on a design/plan of those ocean systems, the hydrodynamics, structure dynamics, and control engineering in TECHNO OCEAN’04.
SPAWAR Systems Center
|53560 Hull Street, San Diego 92152-5001, United States of America|
|Marine Navigation Division POC: John Handal
|The SSC Marine Navigation Division develops state-of-the-art bathymetric surveying and integrated shipboard navigation systems. Our Ocean Survey and Navigation Sensor Interface programs consists of the design, development, integration, fielding, and life support of systems for surveying, collecting, and processing ocean-bottom and navigation information. Our experience and expertise have resulted in providing cost-effective, highly reliable and accurate ocean survey and navigation systems.|
The Study Group of Aero Aqua Bio- Mechanisms
|2-1, Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka, 565-0871, Japan|
|Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering,
Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, Naomi Kato
|Introduction of the Study Group of Aero Aqua-Biomechanisms
Show of Video Film on Motion of Animals in Swimming and Flying, and Biomimetic Robots
Show of Biomimetic Underwater Robot
Show of Published Book by the Study Group
Sumitomo Ocean Development & Engineering Co., Ltd.
|11th Floor, Office Tower W, Toriton Square, 1-8-8, Harumi Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0053, Japan|
|Kazutoshi Shindo, Genral Manager Sales Dept. No.3
|Sumitomo Ocean Development & Engineering Co., Ltd. introduces innovative marine systems of the companies for which it represents including multi beam echo sounders (EM120,EM300,EM3002), single beam echo sounders (EA400,EA600), high accurate acoustic positioning system (HiPAP350,500) of Kongsberg Maritime AS, Parametric Sub Bottom Profiler (TOPAS) of Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace, high accurate fan & cone sonar head (MS1000) of Kongsberg Mesotech Ltd., reliable attitude sensors(MRU6) of Kongsberg Seatex AS and real time 3D imaging sonar (Echoscope) of CodaOctopus Ltd. Products & systems of SOSI and that of InterOcean Systems, inc. are also introduced.|
SYSTEM GIKEN Ltd.
|1436-1 Yabata Chigasaki-shi, Kanagawa, 253-0085, Japan|
|The role of the underwater acoustics in marine environment
is introduced in our products. We will display verious products; acoustic
data link system, acoustic positioning system, transponder, pinger, transducers.
Moreover, exhibition of an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle(AUV) equipped
with our products and the demonstration of image transmission by high-speed
acoustic data link are also performed.
Our company exhibits jointly with KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc that developed the AUV.
|71, Kyomachi, Chuo-ku, Kobe-city, Hyogo 650-0034, JAPAN|
|Marketing & Sales Department, Kobe
branch, Taisei Corporation
|TAISEI are proud to introduce their latest technologies for improving
a water environment. They are the Sand Capping Method and the Tidal Flat
The former is a new system for sand capping without using sand from outside areas but instead using the upwelling of clean sandy soil from the sea bottom. The latter is a new method constructs tidal flat by using sludge which has been dumped. A field study on tidal flat creation at Osaka bay is currently proceeding.
Technological Research Association of Super Marine Gas Turbine
|1-5-14 Nishishinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0003, Japan.|
|General Affairs Department
|An outline of the research and development for SMGT,which has been developed
since 1997 and will become the newest,environmentally friendly and economical
gas turbine for next-generation marine propulsion, is displayed.
The SMGT is a regenerative cycle gas turbine with recuperator and applies such many state-of-the-art technologies as lean pre-mixed, pre-vaporized combustion and so on.
Land tests through an experimental unit are steadily demonstrating the high engine performances as expected.
The application of the SMGT for actual ships is expected to encourage advanced marine transportation and the modernization of ships,and a way to the realization is also shown.
Tenix LADS Corporation Pty Ltd.
|Second Avenue, Technology Park MAWSON LAKES, 5095,AUSRALIA|
|Tenix LADS Corporation
Fax: +61-8- 8349-7528
|Tenix LADS Corporation is the world leader in airborne lidar
bathymetric survey services.
Tenix LADS Corporation owns and operates the Laser Airborne Depth Sounder (LADS) lidar system, which is internationally recognised as the fastest, most cost-effective tool for accurate bathymetric survey in complex shallow coastal waters. LADS safely surveys complex areas up to 20 times faster than survey ships and at a fraction of the cost.
Tenix LADS Corporation has been supplying contract survey services to the global market since 1998.
3S Ocean Network Co., Ltd.
|4-19-30-1119, Kitasuna, Koto-ku,Tokyo 136-0073, Japan|
|3S Ocean Network Co.,Ltd is a leading trading company specializing in Oceanographic and Geophysical applications in Japan. We supply HF raders for monitoring surface current of the ocean manufactured by CODAR Ocean Sensors, MMP(McLane Moored Profiler), MARK78 Sediment traps, RAS time series samplers, WTS large volume in-situ pumps, and glass/steel flotation for mooring buoys by McLane Research Laboratories, 3D Accoustic currentmeter 'MAVS' by NOBSKA and Electromagnetic system by Zonge Engineering & Research Organization are introduced in our booth.|
|Daini Fuji Building 1-5-15,Utsubo-Honmachi,Nishi-ku,Osaka,550-0004,Japan|
|Introduction of GNSS(Global Navigation Sattelite System) survey technology for marine construction|
TOKAI UNIVERSITY MARINE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
|3-20-1 Shimizu Orido , Shizuoka 424-8610, JAPAN|
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
|4-5-7 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8477, Japan|
|Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology was established by
merging Tokyo University of Mercantile Marine and Tokyo University of Fisheries
on October 1, 2003.
We play a significant role in maritime education within Japan, since both pioneering predecessor universities specialized in related fields based upon traditions of over one hundred years. We will show our various activites on marine science and technology at the booth.
Toho Mercantile Co., Ltd.
|Nomura Bldg. 3F, 8-31-11, Oizumigakuencho, Nerima-ku, Tokyo 178-0061, Japan|
|Remote Sensing Technology applied for the measurement of Chlorophyll
concentration is presenting by the ChloroPod and ChloroFlow. The In-Vivo
absorption principle enables Absolute Measurement by real-time without
using algorism of the site like fluorometer. This Non-Contact measurement
is the best for the aquaculture to monitor the red tide and blue green
algae in the estuaries and reservoir.
Reference: Methane Probe System to measure a dissolved methane concentration for the methane hydrate.
TOYO CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD.
|3-7-1,Kanda-Nishiki-cho,Chiyoda-ku,Tokyo 101-8463, Japan|
|Our company has proposed various technologies in relation to the ocean preservation and reganaration based on our accumulated experiences and achievements through Marine Civil Works in the inside and outside of Japan. This time,we would like to introduce our various technologies in connection with the ocean environment|
|1-6, Yaesu 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8284, Japan|
|3rd Sales Department
|Toyo Corporation carries out sales, together with
after-sales services, of various types of excellent Oceanographic & Hydrographic
Instruments from US/European manufacturers. In case of Multibeam especially,
the leading company occupying No. 1 market in Japan.
- Main Principals
AANDERAA, APPLANIX, Applied Acoustic, APPLIED MICROSYSTEMS, CARIS, C-MAX, CodaOctopus, EPC, GeoAcoustics, HYPACK, Innomar, IVS, Klein(SeaBeam), Materials Systems, OIC, Quester Tangent, RESON, TRITON ELICS, VT TSS
The Tsurumi-Seiki Co., Ltd. / Sippican, Inc. / D&A Instrument Company
|2-20, 2-chome, Tsurumi-Chuo, Tsurumi-Ku, Yokohama 230-0051, Japan|
|Experience and knowhow gained from the manufacture of oceanographic instruments
currently enables us to expand our contribution to the development of instruments
to monitor water quality in dams and rivers.
Oceanographic winch, 'DDVC' that we developed very recently , sub-surface float and XCP enable to make hydrographic survey more accurate with easy operation.
In the limnological field, our Turbidity Sensor measures a wide range of turbidity and of which handiness is more than ever.
Underwater Technology Research Center, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo
|4-6-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8505, Japan|
|Underwater Technology Research Center, established
in 1999, exhibits a testbed AUV "Tri-Dog 1" which is working for underwater survey
at Kamaishi Port, and introduces various vehicles developed and data measured
by them. Exploration of NW Rota 1 Knoll by the newest model "r2D4",
mapping of sea floor by side scanning SONAR and interferometry SONAR, and
automatic following of sperm whales using their vocalization, are examples
of topics of AUV applications.
We are also developing long-term seafloor geodetic observation networks for detecting ocean crustal movements, swath bathymetry survey system with synthetic aperture technique, sea surface measurement by using active microwave remote sensing and in situ gene analysis systems based on micro-fluidic technologies
WATERFRONT VITALIZATION AND ENVIRONMENT RECEARCH CENTER
|BARQUE SHIBAURA 6F, 26-1,KAIGAN 3-CHOME,MINATO-KU,108-0022 JAPAN|
|Port and e Marine Environment Research Institute
Environment Resesrch Department
| In WAVE, production of exchange network with people which
are contributing to people and the environmental reproduction of a port
and ocean space related to development and use of the port persons concerned
or waterfront, or preservation is planned.
In this booth, the publication published from exhibition and the foundation of the panel in which the operating outline of a foundation etc. was described is exhibited.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Yamaguchi University
|2-16-1 Tokiwadai, Ube, Yamaguchi 755-8611, Japan|
|Hyraulics and Water Environmental Engineering Laboratory
|This system transfers the energy of water wave motion into a uni-directional rotation of the shaft using the combination of pulley-wire-float-counterweight-rachet mechanism. It structurally separates the energy intaking float and the power transfoming & transmitting mechanical part. Thus it has solved the major structual problems and has made the management far easier than the former ones. Also, since the structure is simple and it can be set on the existing structure such as the breakwater or floating structure, it can greatly reduce the cost and is expected as one of the most promising systems. Also, it can make the above structures have energy producing function.|
YAMAHA MOTOR CO.,LTD
|2500 Shingai , Iwata , Shizuoka 438-8501, Japan|
|New Business Operation UV Project
|Yamaha Motor has developed Autonomous Ground(UGV)/ Aerial(UAV)/ Marine(UMV)
Vehicles for Security/ Environmental Observation Applications.
UGV/ UMV have been developed based on Yamaha UAV technologies.
Here, we display:
(1) UMV-H ( High Speed Type )
Attaching ROV (underwater camera)/Side-Scan Sonar/ CCD camera
(2) UMV-O ( Ocean Type ) Model
For unmanned observation of Air/ Water quality within 200 mile area from coast line
|Esta Building 1-15-4, Kaizuka, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa 210-0014, Japan|
|Under the recent increasing concern to the water environment,
YSI/Nanotech keeps supplying the high accuracy and stable instruments to
measure the water quality and quantity. We display the water quality and
current measurement instruments.
You should find in our booth water quality monitoring systems for both long term monitoring and handy sampling. Acoustic Doppler current meter series covers realtime and unattended monitoring plus pulse coherent mode. Also, AquaDataService is introduced which collect field data and the users will be able to monitor in our web site.
ZENI LITE BUOY CO.,LTD.
|Hankyu Express Tokyo Building 4F,3-9,Shinbashi 3-Chome,Minato-ku,Tokyo 105-0004, Japan.|
|OVERSEAS DIVISION/SALES DEPARTMENT(DOMESTIC)
|Zeni Lite Buoy Co., Ltd. has been developing many specialized buoys that
are suitable for various purposes and different marine environments.
One of these specialized buoys Zeni Lite Buoy has developed is a drifting buoy that enables to obtain information on tidal current economically and easily. The Lagrange method is applied. The data from the buoy is very important to understand and to predict current condition. It is also important to verify simulation models of the current that are widely used in recent years.
Another specialized buoy Zeni Lite Buoy has developed is a new system with a single GPS applied to measure information of waves. The system is simple and cost effective. It is possible to measure waves in the oceans by drifting.
Zevulun Marine Systems Ltd.
|Avnei Eitan 15, Ramat Hagolan 12925, Israel|
|Zevulun Marine Systems Ltd. manufactures underwater electrical connectors, cable assemblies and cable terminations for the offshore, scientific, and military markets. Zevulun specializes in custom design of connector solutions including retro-fitting of obsolete equipment for submarines, ROVs, oceanographic instrumentation, etc. The company is certified by DNV to ISO 9001:2000. Zevulun is represented in Japan by Sigma Tec Inc. of Kunitachi City, Tokyo. At the OTO '04 exhibition the company will display its range of Aquamate underwater pluggable connectors, rubber and polyurethane terminations, and custom applications.|
IEEE/Oceanic Engineering Society
|114 South Fork Court Hertford, NC 27944, USA|
|Our objectives are scientific, literary, and educational in character. The Society’s field of interest includes all applications of electrical and electronic engineering pertaining to all bodies of water, be it river, lake or ocean. Included are the design, testing and application of water-oriented systems, subsystems, and components. This includes scientific, technical and industrial applications, or other activities that contribute to the field, or utilize the techniques or products of the field. And just as importantly, we stress the maintenance of high professional standards among our members and affiliates. This work is accomplished through a dedicated group of volunteers who serve as officers, board members, publishing staff, technical paper reviewers, etc.|
Marine Technology Society
|5565 Sterrett Place, Suite 108, Columbia MD, USA|
|The Marine Technology Society is an international, not for profit professional Society serving the diverse interests of the ocean community. Technical areas of expertise include: advanced marine technology, marine law and policy, ocean engineering, and marine resources. Founded in 1963, the Society believes that the advancement of marine technology and the productive, sustainable use of the oceans depend upon the active exchange of ideas between government, industry and academia. The Society fosters learning and information-sharing by holding three annual conferences, numerous technical workshops and symposium, as well as providing online information. The Society publishes a bimonthly newsletter and a quarterly, peer reviewed Journal.|
|C/O Kobe Convention and Visitors Association 6-11-1, Minatojima-nakamachi, Chuo-ku, Kobe 650-0046, Japan|
|"Techno-Ocean" is an international convention relating to marine science and technology that has been held since 1986 as Japan's only biennial exhibition and conference. On this occasion organizations representing industry, government and academia in a broad range of oceanic fields from littoral areas to the deep sea, gather on a cross-sectional basis to exchange information, build new partnerships and create business opportunities.|
IEEE OCEANS'05 EUROPE
|GET/ENST-Bretagne - Technopole Brest-Iroise - CS 83818 - 29238 BREST, France|
|The Oceans Conference is a major forum for scientists,
engineers and end-users throughout the world for presenting the latest
ideas, developments and applications in all areas of Oceanic Engineering
systems. This conference, on the theme “Today’s technology
for a sustainable future”, will provide a review of recent technical
advances in oceanic engineering, science and technology.
OCEANS’05 Europe will comprise both a SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE (oral and poster presentations) and a large State of the Art EXHIBITION in the field of Engineering and Marine Technology. Both will take place in the Brest downtown cozy conference center “Le Quartz”.
Brest in Finistère, the beginning of the world: steep cliffs, long sandy beaches, sharp reefs and the blue of Armor (“land of the Sea”), the hills and green of Argoat (“land of the Woods”). Brest in Brittany, a rich heritage of Breton culture: language, music, dance and a “spirit” – open to the world, curious about others and willing to share its wealth and diversity.
Brest’s geographical location, combined with the know-how of local companies, research institutes and a strong oceanographic tradition have all made Brest a focal point of excellence regarding the Ocean. This situation reinforces, both nationally and internationally, the strong position held by Brest and its region.
OCEANS 2005 MTS/IEEE - Washington, DC, USA
|OCEANS 2005 MTS/IEEE Committee 8507 Ivybridge Court Springfield, Virginia 22152 USA|
|Welcome to OCEANS 2005 MTS/IEEE in Washington, DC, USA during September 19-23, 2005. We invite ocean professionals from throughout our global society - government, industry, academia, researchers, educators, and the public - to the future of our "One Ocean." Please meet with us in this landmark conference - to make a difference in the future of our global ocean and participate in this process to engage the future. We will stress the necessity of maximizing our understanding of our ocean, balancing our use and stewardship, and looking forward with new and exciting science and technology. Please visit www.oceans2005.org and we will see you next year in Washington!|
Sea Technology magazine
|1501 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1001, Arlington, VA 22209-2403, U.S.A.|
|C. Amos Bussmann, President/Publisher
|Published monthly for more than 40 years, Sea Technology is circulated in more than 105 countries and is the worldwide information leader for marine business, science, engineering, diving, and offshore applications for commercial and military marine markets.|
Hydro International / GITC bv
|Nieuwedijk 43, 8531 HK Lemmer, The Netherlands|
| Marketing department, Wilmiene Bakker
|GITC bv, a publishing company at the forefront of
worldwide information dissemination in the international field of geomatics
GITC publishes besides others;
* Hydro INTERNATIONAL, the worldwide distributed magazine for the hydrographic surveying business.
* The International Hydrographic Review, international journal publishing mainly peer reviewed original works on all aspects of hydrography
* The electronic Chart, this book describes the basic components, functionality, and capabilities and limitations of Electronic Charts
* As it was, a compilation of 'As it Was' columns from the first six volumes of Hydro INTERNATIONAL written by Rear Admiral Mr Steve Ritchie Besides we do offer www.ocean-source.com, the global internet catalogue for companies, providing services and products for the hydrographic and oceanoographic market.
Ocean News & Technology Magazine
|7897 SW Jack James Dr., #A, Stuart, Florida, 34997, United States|
| Dan White
|Technology Systems Corporation (TSC) is the publisher of Ocean News & Technology (ON&T) and Offshore Source magazines. ON&T is an international ocean industry publication and Offshore Source is a U.S. oil and gas publication. In addition, TSC is the organizer for two annual conferences—Offshore Communications (marine communications and EnergyOcean (renewable & sustainable energy from the ocean). TSC also has an online store for marine publications and merchandise at www.seacatalog.com.|
The Japan Maritime Daily
|19-2, 5 Chome Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0004, Japan|
| Business & Planning Div.
|The Japan Maritime Daily was first published in 1942,and
is a member of the Japan Newspaper Publishers and Editors Association.
It is the representative daily newspaper of comprehensive physical distribution.
The Japan Maritime Daily runs reports on the following topics : the marine transprtation ,cruise industry, warehouse, harbor, international compound transpotation, air cargo.
International Ocean Systems
|55 High Street, TEDDINGTON, TW11 8HA, UK|
| Astrid Powell
|The leading European magazine serving and informing the international oceanology market. It covers the field of ocean data gathering, underwater surveying, and instrumentation. A Diver Group publication, IOS is distributed worldwide on a bi-monthly basis.|