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Marine technology is not about ships and shipbuilding, but about the technology that is used to explore the oceans, protect them and use them sustainably.Please consider the harsh conditions the marine technology is exposed to in the sea. The sea is often a very inaccessible habitat with strong currents and aggressive salt water. The deeper you get, the higher the water pressure becomes, people and equipment have to be able to withstand this. Wind and waves make the work even more difficult, ...
 
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Marispace X is a cloud where maritime data will be collected in the future. This data is important for all projects in the sea, on the seabed, on the water. Why it makes sense to collect all this maritime data in one place in the future, and what advantages it will bring, is something I talked about with Jann Wendt, the managing director of the com…
 
This podcast episode is all about the electricity that is generated from the wind on our seas - in offshore wind farms. Without marine technology, it wouldn't work. Every single wind turbine is anchored in the seabed. 1500 turbines are located between 15 and 150 km from the German coast with an installed capacity of 8 gigawatts. Offshore wind energ…
 
SMM is the leading international maritime trade fair, held in person in Hamburg in September 2022, an important networking event for the GMT. Interviews with Claus Ulrich Selbach, Global Market Place and Business Provider SMM Hamburg Walter Kühnlein, Chairman GMT Enrico Nake Trade Commissioner at Embassy of Canada www.smm.com www.maritime-technik.d…
 
Biofouling is the unwanted growth of microorganisms, plants, algae and mussels o ship hulls below the water surface. It increases the flow resistance, and the ship becomes heavier and consumes more energy. So a solution is needed - it comes from the German company HASYTEC, which is located in Kiel. A unique approach worldwide is anti-fouling preven…
 
Sea & Sun Technology provides high-precision multiparameter probes, CTD probes, with which the water quality can be precisely determined. These probes are built in Trappenkamp, Germany and are used worldwide for the maritime and limnic sector to measure water quality. www.sea-sun-tech.com www.maritime-technik.de www.baerbel-fening.de…
 
Christian Haag has been designing and manufacturing underwater robots, ROVs, for 28 years. Today, ROVs are a normal part of marine technology, but when Christian Haag presented the first prototype at the Düsseldorf Boat Show in 1995, it was a sensation. This made his company, Mariscope, based in Kiel, an international name for itself. Today, ROVs f…
 
The new Digital Ocean Lab in Rostock Nienhagen is an underwater test field for marine technology. Here, marine technology is tested both under real conditions and virtually. The interviewee in this podcast episode is Dr Peter Menzel from Fraunhofer IGD, the head of the Digital Ocean Lab. www.fraunhofer.de/de/schnelleinstieg/alumni/news/Digital_Ocea…
 
Oliver Zielinski is fascinated by the colours of the sea. He is a physicist, marine and technology researcher, has been a Professor of Marine Sensor Systems at the Institute of Marine Chemistry and Biology (ICBM) at the University of Oldenburg since 2011 and Head of the Marine Perception research area at the German Research Center for Artificial In…
 
Maritime security is a broad field, but also an absolutely exciting one! Maritime security concerns port and ship security, illegal fishing, terrorism and piracy. In this podcast episode, Holger Klindt explains the important role of marine technology. He is a marine scientist, physicist and engineer and has been a freelance consultant to various in…
 
Welcome to this podcast episode, which is all about what marine research means for our everyday lives. It's about knowledge transfer, so it's about putting into context what marine researchers find out has to do with our lives. And then there's technology transfer: For example, how a super-light yet extremely stable algae structure discovered by a …
 
Only about 8% of the seafloor has been mapped. We know far too little about our oceans. In order to change this, the German company SubCtech GmbH from Kiel has developed the OceanPack, which allows ships to collect data while underway. Arved Fuchs has a small version of the OceanPack on board the Dagmar Aaen during his Arctic expeditions to collect…
 
Haematococcus pluvialis is the name of the microalgae that Heinz Schelwat cultivates in Trappenkamp, Schleswig-Holstein. When this green freshwater alga comes under stress, it turns bright red and produces the active ingredient astaxanthin - an active ingredient that is considered the most powerful free radical scavenger. Many positive effects are …
 
In this podcast episode, we look at exciting research projects and their concrete application. We start directly on the seafloor, accompanying a robot, an autonomous vehicle that can work on its own down there. And we learn a lot about marine technology research projects of the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, which is the world's leading research institut…
 
Welcome to this podcast episode in which I talk to engineer Jürgen Rüffer. He is the managing director of ALLSAT GmbH in Hanover, where everything revolves around surveying. Jürgen Rüffer is a geodesist, a surveying expert and much more than that. But where do you actually need surveying at sea? Well, if you've ever seen an offshore installation fr…
 
Two points have already become clear: 1. The oceans are important. 2. We know far too little about them. To change that, German research ships are underway on all the world's oceans, carrying all kinds of marine technology, technology that can withstand the harsh conditions of the world's oceans. In this podcast episode, you will get to know Klaus …
 
Gesine Meißner, Ozeandekaden-Komitee Dr. Steffen Knodt, Ozeandekaden-Komitee https://ozeandekade.de https://www.oceandecade.org https://www.maritime-technik.de https://www.baerbel-fening.de This podcast is also available in German: "Technik und Meer - Faszination Meerestechnik"โดย Bärbel Fening
 
Dr. Walter Kühnlein Prof. Dr. Sören Ehlers https://www.maritime-technik.de https://www.baerbel-fening.de This podcast is also available in German: "Technik und Meer - Faszination Meerestechnik"โดย Bärbel Fening
 
Marine technology is not about ships and shipbuilding, but about the technology that is used to explore the oceans, protect them and use them sustainably. Please consider the harsh conditions the marine technology is exposed to in the sea. The sea is often a very inaccessible habitat with strong currents and aggressive saltwater. The deeper you get…
 
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