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Advanced applications of fiber optic sensing in subsea environments

Feb 7, 2024 9:18:19 AM / by George Brandenburg posted in Renewable Energy, Subsea cables

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Our previous article about cable sensing delved into the fascinating world of fiber optic transmission and sensing technologies, uncovering how these innovations reshape data communication and monitoring. In this continuation, we venture further into the specialized realm of distributed fiber optic sensing, exploring its groundbreaking applications in various sectors.

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Fiber optic transmission and sensing technologies in subsea cables

Feb 7, 2024 9:18:10 AM / by George Brandenburg posted in Innovation, Subsea cables

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​​Safeguarding sustainability: the state of underwater seabed security

Jan 18, 2024 1:31:41 PM / by George Brandenburg posted in Renewable Energy, Subsea cables

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Although it may not generate headlines in the same way as other matters of national security, underwater seabed security is of vital importance. Our access to energy and ability to communicate with others around the world depend on undersea cables. They may be hidden many miles below the ocean’s surface, but they are integral to our daily lives. And the sustainability movement will only increase the necessity of seabed security in the years to come.

 

The NordStream pipeline blasts of September 2022 have reignited awareness of the importance of underwater seabed security. Those blasts, which led to the loss of around 800 million cubic metres of gas, according to Russia's Gazprom, also resulted in the disturbance of long-buried toxic substances that threaten marine life. But although this incident has certainly left most stakeholders in agreement that something must be done to improve underwater seabed security, what this should be exactly is less certain.

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Your Guide to Subsea Cable Installation to Maximize Performance (Part 2 of 2)

Jun 15, 2023 10:29:38 AM / by Mario Boot posted in Subsea cables, Cable solutions, Field Service

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One of the key elements of working with dynamic subsea cables is installing it onto a winch. This can be done in various methods, however, it is of utmost importance to execute the process correctly to prevent any potential damage. Your cables play a vital role in your operations, and safeguarding them from harm will help you avoid significant costs and minimize downtime.

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5 Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Handling Subsea Cables (Part 1 of 2)

May 24, 2023 11:50:00 AM / by Mario Boot posted in Subsea cables, Cable requirements, Field Service

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Proper handling of subsea cables during installation is crucial to ensure their integrity and longevity. However, without knowledge of the correct handling procedures, it's easy to make mistakes that can lead to costly maintenance and repairs, causing significant downtime. We have a blog series dedicated to providing you with essential information on cable handling, especially during installation.

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Maximise The Lifespan of Your Subsea Cabling With Preventative Maintenance

May 2, 2023 10:11:00 AM / by Mario Boot posted in Subsea cables, Cable requirements, Field Service

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Preventative maintenance is a proactive approach to cable maintenance that aims to identify and fix potential problems before they become bigger issues. By detecting and addressing problems early, you can prevent costly downtime and ensure that the cable systems are operating at optimal efficiency.

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The Importance of Correct Handling to Prevent Subsea Cable Damage

Apr 26, 2023 9:30:25 AM / by Mario Boot posted in Subsea cables, Cable specification, Cable requirements

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Proper cable handling is essential for ensuring the longevity and reliability of your cables. Whether you are shipping, moving, unpacking, or storing them, any mishandling can result in damage that can be time-consuming and costly to fix or replace.

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Sonar Cables: developing the 'next level’

Aug 30, 2022 11:45:00 AM / by Jeroen Romijn posted in Naval Defense, Defense, Subsea, Subsea cables

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The Navy monitors safety at sea worldwide. That’s a tough job in challenging circumstances. Many countries have navy vessels with sonar systems that are equipped with DeRegt cables. These are developed in cooperation with Ultra, a leader in underwater warfare technologies.

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How fairing solutions can improve your cable performance. 6 solutions

Aug 8, 2019 1:21:12 PM / by Cansın Yüksel Pelk posted in ROV, ROV Cables, Whitepaper, Subsea cables, Cable design, Dynamic cable design, Cable solutions, supplier, development, higher speeds, Fairing, Manufacturers, methods, high performance

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Any object that moves through liquid is subject to hydrodynamic forces. When towing, these forces will exert themselves on ropes and cables, as well as the towed body itself, thereby limiting speed and depth.

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An unusual request from 200km off the Norwegian coast- an interview with Aker Solutions

Mar 19, 2019 12:37:07 PM / by Peter Brussee posted in Oil & Gas, Naval cables, Umbilical products, Bespoke marine cables, Heidrun platform, Subsea cables, Umbilical cables

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Aker Solutions came to DeRegt with an unusual request. Aker is responsible for the maintenance of a floating concrete tension-leg platform, installed over a subsea template with 56 well slots. The rig is named Heidrun, and produces oil and gas from a depth of 2,300 metres. It is located about 200 km off the middle of the Norwegian coast.

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