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Brokers Set Expectations for Safe Bulkers, Inc.’s FY2018 Earnings (SB)

Safe Bulkers, Inc. (NYSE:SB) – Equities research analysts at Jefferies Financial Group decreased their FY2018 EPS estimates for Safe Bulkers in a research report issued on Friday, November 9th, according to Zacks Investment Research. Jefferies Financial Group analyst R. Giveans now expects that the shipping company will earn $0.20 per share for the year, down from their prior estimate of $0.22.

Hydroid Receives Order for New Generation REMUS 6000 AUV from Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science

– The REMUS 6000 will support Japan’s deep sea resource exploration technology initiativeHydroid, Inc., a subsidiary of Kongsberg Maritime and a leading manufacturer of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), today announced that it received an order for a New Generation REMUS 6000 AUV from the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth…

Blockchain and the Legal Industry

Monday, November 19, 2018Blockchain technology is set to be a transformative force behind changes that are set to take place within the legal industry. Business clients are becoming heavily invested in blockchain; it behooves law firms to get board the blockchain revolution. This technology is set to become as revolutionary as the Internet.

Enpro Subsea and Kosmos Energy commit to subsea smart standardization in GoM

11/19/2018Photo: Flow access modules ready for deployment with Kosmos Energy.ABERDEEN -- Enpro Subsea has announced that it has reached a master services agreement (MSA) with Kosmos Energy (formerly Deep Gulf Energy) aimed at providing enhanced subsea architecture and smart standardization via Enpros patented flow access…

Subsea Smart Standardization - OE Digital

Enpro Subsea & Kosmos Energy commit to subsea ‘smart standardization’ in Gulf of MexicoEnpro Subsea reached a Master Services Agreement (MSA) with Kosmos Energy (formerly Deep Gulf Energy) aimed at providing enhanced subsea architecture and smart standardization via Enpro’s patented Flow Access Module (FAM) technology.FAM…

Watch NASA launch cargo ship from Wallops Island

WALLOPS ISLAND — The International Space Station’s first 3D printer with its own recycling machine is en route to the orbital laboratory aboard a Northrop Grumman spacecraft.The Cygnus spacecraft launched early Saturday morning aboard an Antares rocket, carrying 7,400 pounds of supplies to aid dozens of investigations and research projects conducted on the space station…

Students study consequences of ghost nets

OCEAN Fifth-graders at Bogue Sound Elementary School had a whale of a time Friday learning about the environmental impacts of free-floating fishing nets that injure marine life in the oceans.The students studied the negative impacts of the nets, known as ghost nets, during Ghost Net Busters, a program presented by UNC…

SNP-led council accused of trying to whitewash arms fair

Council deputy leader refused to rule out future arms fairs in the cityCAMPAIGNERS have accused the SNP-led Glasgow City Council of trying to whitewash an arms fair set to take place in the city.The Underwater Defence Technology (UDT) exhibition will be held at the citys SEC from 26-28 June.Its lead sponsors, BAE Systems and Babcock International…

Subsea Well Intervention Market 2018 Report with Manufacturers, Dealers, Consumers, Revenue, Regions

Subsea Well Intervention market report is important for business professionals, manufacturers, dealers, consumers, and industry experts. The Subsea Well Intervention report also provides market dynamics that covers developing countries and rising marketplaces, challenges for emerging market players, industry news, and strategies…

Panel discussion on supercarriers coming to Ford museum

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - A panel discussion on U.S. supercarriers will be held at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids.Tuesday’s program will feature the documentary “Building Integrity, Building Ford,” which looks at the technology used in the newest class of aircraft carriers.The USS Gerald R. Ford…

Aircraft Carrier Watch: 5 New Carriers Being Built Right Now You Need to Check Out

One hundred years since the construction of the worlds first aircraft carrier, HMS Hermes, aircraft carriers are still going strong. From Newport News to Shanghai, several of the worlds major naval powers have carriers currently construction. The ability to adapt and absorb new aviation technologies, such as stealth, standoff…

Work Class & High-Speed ROV Advanced Imaging & Laser

November 16, 2018 Compatible with large work class and high-speed ROVs or large AUVs, Pathfinder is a dual-swath system for use in missions where intervention is required at greater depths or when accelerated data collection is necessary. Pathfinder is a fully integrated, laser and imaging system with co-registered laser, stills and video.

Resonant: Oversold And Misunderstood - Resonant (NASDAQ:RESN)

"It's discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit." - Noël Coward, Blithe SpiritWednesday, the shares of Resonant (RESN) fell just over 40% in trading. The stock managed to gain nearly 10% on Thursday as investors started to realize the overreaction in the market the previous day.The trigger for the decline were a couple of items.

European Researchers Baked Fake Moon Dust into Money and Screws

How do you start a colony on the moon? Can you ship everything the colonists need from Earth? That's how NASA handled brief excursions to the lunar surface in the late 1960s and early 1970s, but astronauts couldn't haul that much with them — certainly not enough to sustain themselves over the long term. Technology has improved since then…

Football Players Honor New USS South Dakota Submarine

High school and college football teams around South Dakota are honoring the newly constructed USS South Dakota submarine.This past weekend, all fourteen teams playing at the State High School Football Championships wore the official crest decal of the vessel on the back of their football helmets. And this coming weekend…

Did SAP Overpay for Qualtrics?

Chris Hill, The Motley Fool,In the enterprise software game, Germany-based SAP (NYSE: SAP) is a major player. Qualtrics International, by contrast, was a youngish upstart headquartered in Utah, but its cloud presence was strong, and SAP is pushing itself in that direction. So perhaps swooping in ahead of its upcoming IPO to buy it outright was a smart play.But…

Cellula Robotics to Build Unmanned Underwater Vehicle

Cellula Robotics has received green signal for the next phase of a contract under which the Canadian company will develop and build a long-range unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV).The phase 3 contract was given by Public Services and Procurement Canada, on behalf of the Department of National Defence’s (DND) science and technology organization…

Saipem decommissioning contract in Middle East completed

Unique Group, Innovo has successfully fulfilled a decommissioning contract for EPC firm Saipem [representational image]. | Saipem struggling in H1, despite Q2 offshore contract winsSubsea and offshore service provider Unique Group, alongside Innovo, has completed a multimillion-dollar decommissioning contract for…

Has a Piece of the World's Oldest Computer Been Found?

If you ask someone who invented the computer they might say Bill Gates or Steve Jobs. They would, of course, be wrong. Perhaps they might mention Alan Turing (who proposed a Universal Computing Museum) or the US Navys WWII era Torpedo Data Computer. But computers, which were initially conceived of as calculating devices, are much older than that and older than the modern world.

Commonwealth wants French taxpayers to pay for any submarine faults

Australia is demanding financial guarantees direct from the French government for any defects with the proposed $50 billion submarine fleet, one of the key sources of tension that has resulted in a stalemate over contract negotiations.The Defence Department also remains unconvinced by Paris' assurances that classified submarine…