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Marine Industry
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FarSounder Inc., a high-technology marine electronics manufacturer specializing in underwater acoustics, has released a new feature called Local History Mapping that offers users the ability to build a 3-D map of the seafloor over which they have recently sailed. more
Starting Feb. 1, two University of Rhode Island graduates who received master’s degrees in marine affairs will spend a year working on ocean and coastal policy issues in Washington, D.C. more
An amateur sailor, Brad Read is an eight-time world or North American champion helmsman and currently serves as the executive director of Sail Newport – a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing access to sailing opportunities for students, municipal organizations and the general public. more
New Internet of Things technology developed by Siren Marine has the Newport-based company eyeing a leadership role in the evolving "connected-boat" market. The 5-year-old marine-technology firm says wireless beta versions of its IoT Monitor … more
More than 800 rare and out-of-print maritime texts will be available for purchase by the public as part of a book sale to help support the Steamship Historical Society of America’s archive, gallery and library. more
JENNIFER MCCANN, director of U.S. coastal programs for the Coastal Resources Center at the University of Rhode Island and extension director of Rhode Island Sea Grant, has received an international award for her work in coastal and ocean planning. … more
Dockwa Inc., a Newport-based tech startup that helps boaters research, plan and book cruising trips, has raised $2 million in private capital in its most recent seed funding round. more
NEWPORT – Newport Shipyard has won a $744,990 federal grant to make capital improvements that will help create jobs, increase economic activity and improve its building, service and maintenance capabilities, Sen. Jack F. Reed said. Reed, … more
The IYRS School of Technology & Trades is significantly expanding its programming and campus in Newport with the addition of a 20,000-square-foot facility to house its School of Composites Technology and School of Marine Systems. The new facility, … more
NEW BEDFORD – Southern New England's fading lobster fishery will be subject to a battery of new regulations, possibly closed fishing areas and stricter size standards, to try to save the crustacean's population. The number of adult … more
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