In Pod3 Steve Hall interviews Jim Hanlon, CEO of the Centre of Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship (aka COVE Ocean https://coveocean.com) in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. In the interview Jim talks about the innovative ocean technology sector in Canada, the growth of the Atlantic Canada cluster of researchers, industry, university and defence sector, and how SUT member companies & individuals will find a kindred community looking forward to future engagement. Podcast 3 is released 1st May on https://sut.buzzsprout.com/ & also on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & more – search for ‘Ocean Technology Podcast’ to subscribe on those platforms.
On Monday 4th May, 1330 hrs BST Steve Hall will present an online talk “Mysteries of the Deep – Using technology to investigate wrecks of ships, submarines and aircraft deep on the ocean floor”
Topic: Mysteries of the Deep
Time: May 4, 2020 01:30 PM London
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Meeting ID: 864 9294 9159
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Episode 2 of the SUT weekly podcast is now available here and will shortly be available from Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and others too – search for ‘The Underwater Technology Podcast’
This week CEO Steve Hall interviews Geraint West, Global Business Manager for Oceanographic Systems at Sonardyne International, on the subject of underwater positioning technology.’
SUT UK has launched a new weekly “Underwater Technology” podcast! It’s available on Spotify and has been submitted to Stitcher and Apple Podcasts too, so will soon show on their feeds.
We’ve launched our new weekly podcast, click here to listen to episode 1!
Dear members & friends of SUT – while the coronavirus lockdown is still in place in the UK, we’ve placed most of our HQ staff on furlough under the HM government job retention scheme, so please be patient if we take longer than usual to respond to inquiries or answer calls. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible. Should you need to call the London office, you can dial +44 (0)7947 911992, or email email@example.com.
The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) is exploring a number of developments to continue to offer our members a range of benefits and services that work in line with the advice of governments and health agencies. From that perspective, we feel it will be quite some time before we can return to our ‘normal way of life’ and hold regular Evening Meetings, or Lunch & Learn events, and therefore we are looking to ‘adapt to deliver’.
One of our most well-received Evening Meeting formats is the successful series of Gadgets and Widgets. This is where we deliver nine presentations in 90 minutes. We believe that this ethos could work in the current circumstances where we adapt the concept to a digital media delivery. This could be in the format of a short video presentation on your latest technology, or a rolling PowerPoint-style presentation with a voiceover.
The SUT will offer you a platform to promote your development or technology. If you have a short (10-12-minute presentation) in a viable digital format, then please get in touch. The plan thereafter is to promote the availability of these presentations through our normal advertising media, as we would do for a typical Evening Meeting.
If you are making a short video style presentation, please keep your introduction on yourself and the Company to a minimum; include your name and contact details for further information in the end credits, but concentrate the bulk of the presentation time on the technology that you wish to promote. Similarly; if you are planning a voiceover to a rolling PowerPoint, then please incorporate a front slide with your name and a photo included. The final slide should be contact information for any follow-up approaches that the audience may have for you.
Steve Hall, CEO
The April 2020 issue of UT3 is now available! Featured in this issue is the all the latest industry news plus much much more! You can read the journal here