Back to overview,Home naval-today Canadian AUV Dorado on sea trials for new role View post tag: Dorado AUV June 15, 2016 Canadian Navy’s Dorado Semi-Submersible ready to deploy from ISE’s MV Researcher, Belcarra, BC. Photo: ISEThe Royal Canadian Navy’s interim remote mine-sweeper Dorado is currently performing sea trials in Belcarra, British Columbia in preparation for a new role in its service.The purpose built semi-submersible autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), built and housed by International Submarine Engineering, has been equipped with environmental / water quality monitoring gear by a team of researchers from the Dalhousie University. A comprehensive suite of measurements housed on the AUV will allow scientists to remotely survey near-surface/sea-surface conditions.Funded by the Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response (MEOPAR) Network, Principal investigators, Dr. Douglas Wallace and Dr. Mae Seto saw the opportunity to employ Dorado as a way to rapidly survey large areas of the surface ocean.Chris L’Esperance, a PhD student at Dalhousie University’s Department of Oceanography, supported by a team from the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Ocean Science and Technology Laboratory, is leading the design, integration and testing of the system. On loan from Defence Research Development Canada (Dorado’s Owner/Operator), L’Esperance and ISE’s Operations Team are in Belcarra until June 17.Dorado is capable of towing a sonar towfish at speeds up to 12 knots and depths to 200 meters. It is powered by a 315 kW marine diesel engine. Air is drawn through the mast and exhausted through the stabilizer above the contra-rotating propeller. The engine also provides power for the hydraulically operated control planes and the keel-mounted winch for the sonar towfish.The 8.23 meter long vehicle has a dry weight (with fuel) of 5900 kg and reaches speeds of 18 knots with no tow and between 10 and 15 knots with tow. Share this article View post tag: Canadian Navy Authorities Canadian AUV Dorado on sea trials for new role
Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the weekend. Los Angeles Theater Titan Gordon Davidson DiesGordon Davidson, a Tony-winning director and producer who became a monumental figure in the development of Los Angeles theater, has died at the age of 83. The Mark Taper Forum founder’s death was confirmed to the Los Angeles Times by his wife Judi. He led Center Theatre Group from 1967 to 2004; in his first year, he opened the Mark Taper Forum, which has premiered countless notable plays, including The Shadow Box (Davidson won a Tony for directing the Broadway transfer), Zoot Suit, Children of a Lesser God, Jelly’s Last Jam and Radio Golf.FringeNYC to Take a Break in 2017After 20 summers, the New York International Fringe Festival will go on hiatus in 2017. Organizers will use the break to reevaluate FringeNYC’s goals. “It really is a blank canvas,” the event’s artistic director, Elena K. Holy, told the New York Times. “Should it be bigger? Should it be smaller? Should it be find-your-own-venue? Should it be a particular genre? Everything is game.”Drama League Awards Sets DateSave the date! The 83rd Annual Drama League Awards Ceremony will be held on May 19 at the Marriott Marquis Times Square. The eligibility period for Broadway and off-Broadway productions will end on April 17, followed by the nominations announcement on April 19. First awarded in 1922, the Drama League Awards are the oldest theatrical honors in America and include the prestigious Distinguished Performer Award, which recipients can only receive once during his or her career. This year’s big prize went to Lin-Manuel Miranda.John Oliver to Honor Jude Law on BroadwayTwo-time Tony nominee Jude Law will be honored at the Make Believe On Broadway gala on November 14 at the St. James Theatre. Hosted by John Oliver and helmed by Joe DiPietro, the event is set to include performances and appearances by Michael Cerveris, Montego Glover, Lesli Margherita, Brad Oscar, Adam Kantor, David Bryan and more. The fundraiser is in aid of Only Make Believe, a non-profit organization that creates and performs interactive theater for children in hospitals and care facilities.Watch Idina Menzel Sing ‘Memory’Idina Menzel recently took on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s epic 11 o’clock number “Memory” from Cats to celebrate the last day of Ellen’s Annual Cat Week. The result, below, needs to be seen to be believed. In other news, Billboard reports that the Broadway supernova is set to perform at the second annual Latin American Music Awards on October 6. Gordon Davidson(Photo: Angela Weiss/Getty Images for The Broad Stage) View Comments
Full Screen Metro Sport ReporterThursday 16 Jul 2020 5:44 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link416Shares PLAY Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Comment Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has hailed ‘fantastic’ Arsenal star Kieran Tierney (Picture: Getty)Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has hailed ‘fantastic’ and ‘special’ Arsenal star Kieran Tierney.Tierney, 23, is beginning to establish himself as a key player for the Gunners following his £25million move from Celtic last summer.Robertson shares a dressing room with Tierney while on international duty for Scotland and says he is an ‘excellent’ player.There is a debate within Scottish football on how current manager Steve Clarke can get the best out of both Robertson and Tierney and the Liverpool star admits he is ‘sick’ of the comparisons, while heaping praise on the Arsenal defender.ADVERTISEMENT Liverpool defender Andy Robertson hails ‘special’ Arsenal star Kieran Tierney Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Video Settings Skip Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE ‘I’ve spoken to KT before and I think we’re both sick to death of the comparisons,’ Robertson told the Lockdown Tactics podcast.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He is a fantastic player. I watch him a lot and he’s excellent at what he does. He’s had his injury problems but he’s back now and looks really fit and special.‘What would I do [if I was Scotland manager]? I honestly don’t know. That’s up to the manager. Read More Read More Read More 1/1 Read More 1 min. story Coming Next ‘We’ve had sloppy moments before and not been punished for it but this is good because we have to learn from it. Credit to Arsenal for being there and using it.‘I can’t make something negative from something so positive, we get the points we deserve and we will see how many that will be.‘These boys played an exceptional season, nobody can take that away from them.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘I’m disappointed and angry about a few things but the game was good, the attitude was good, but we took a break and that is why we lost the game.‘That is football, someone is surprised these boys are human beings – I am not. From time to time they are not perfect.’Arsenal face Manchester City in the semi-finals of the FA Cup on Saturday, while Liverpool host Chelsea next Wednesday.Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Mikel Arteta claims Arsenal have closed the gap on Liverpool in four areasMORE: Liverpool blasted for missing out on Premier League record after Arsenal defeat SPONSORED / Read More Top articles Skip Ad Advertisement by Metro Robertson has praised his Scotland team-mate (Picture: Getty)‘There’s a few ways of doing it. We’re just two players playing at a good level. Maybe it’s a conundrum for managers but there’s ways of doing it.’Robertson and Tierney came up against each other on Wednesday night as new Premier League champions Liverpool were beaten 2-1 by Arsenal.Speaking after the defeat, Reds manager Jurgen Klopp said: ‘We have to learn from it, 100 per cent. About Connatix V67539 Advertisement
Eifler said, “I would like to thank Julie for her leadership and contributions to the company in her role as CEO, as well as her guidance during the leadership transition process. Our industry and our company are not alone in facing significant challenges in the current environment”. It is also worth reminding that in March 2020 Noble named a replacement for its departing chief financial officer (CFO). Robert W. Eifler has been named President and Chief Executive Officer and has been elected as a member of the board of directors. Noble Corporation said on Thursday that it had executed the leadership transition plan announced in February 2020. Additionally, Kevin S. Corbett has been elected to the board of directors to replace a board member who did not stand for re-election. “Robert possesses the company’s values, deep industry knowledge, and a strategic mindset that makes him the ideal choice to lead Noble into the future”. Effective Thursday, Julie J. Robertson has assumed the newly created role of executive chairman of the company’s board of directors. “Over the course of my career at Noble I have been extremely fortunate to work with what I consider to be the best group of people in the world and I am looking forward to continuing to work with the Noble team in my new role”, said Robertson. CEO of Noble Corporation has transitioned to the role of executive chairman of the board while a new CEO has been named.