3rd Offsore Battery Days / Oslo Battery Conference, Norway, 26-27. August 2019
The 3rd OBD Battery Conference will meet to discuss and provide a platform for technological innovations and business opportunities with the latest updates in that fields in Norway and abroad.
The conference is held once a year and is the leading Battery conference in Norway, bringing together participants from leading private and public companies, start-ups, investors, academics and businesses that are interested in the battery revolution.
During the 3rd Conference for Oil & Gas batteries we will meet you to discuss technological innovations and business opportunities with our latest technology updates. Talk and presentation on 26. August, 11:45. We kindly invite you to visit our exhibition during the conference as well.
More infos: www.oslobatterydays.com
First Li-Ion battery system for manned submersible
SubCtech builds the first Li-Ion battery system for a manned submersible. The 430V Li-Ion batteries are the start of a new family of high performance 50kW peak power batteries. The 24V on-board system is supplied with 150A. We look forward to working with SubseaCraft, UK.
Ocean Business 2019, Southampton UK, 9-11. April 2019
Ocean Business is a hands-on technology exhibition as it provides visitors with the chance to see systems first hand. You are invited to visit us at booth Q2.
- NEW underway (FerryBox) pCO2 measurement systems: OceanPack CUBE®
- Latest ocean racing sailing equipment: OceanPack RACE® on board Malizia with Boris Herrmann
- Latest Underwater Li-Ion Batteries for AUV and ROV
- NEW 400V Li-Ion subsea battery, API17F qualified
SubCtech and Kuchenbecker Feinmechanik merge
After many years of successful cooperation, the precision manufacturing company „Kuchenbecker Feinmechanik“ and SubCtech are merging. The production with modern CNC machines takes place from 1 March 2019 in Kiel. This optimizes our production processes and shortens delivery times for our customers. We offer all types of production especially for prototypes and small batches. The focus is on titanium machining for high-precision underwater housings, but also steels, aluminum or plastics for various applications are processed.
SubCtech continues to grow and move into new buildings!
image by Google Earth
We are proud to have expanded our market position for Li-Ion Batteries and OceanPack Ship Monitoring Systems.
On Nov. 1, 2018, we will start production in another building. We quadruple our space; this optimizes series production and R&D. Our customers benefit from a fast delivery time and lower costs.
Our contact details do not change, but you will find us now in Wellseedamm 1-3.
SubCtech manufactures high-power and high-energy subsea batteries
Last delivered to the USA: 6000m 180V 10kW subsea battery
Our modular and scalable PowerPacks™ now allow voltages up to 600V and energies currently. up to 30kW. The high sophisitcated Battery Management System (BMS) allows to charge under water, e.g. as a subsea UPS or for AUV docking station. The Li-Ion batteries are reliable (subsea up to 30 years), safe and extremely efficient. Tests are offered according to API17f, ISO 13628-6 or MIL-STD.
SubCtech equips the most modern research vessels
Modern research icebreaker with OceanPack AUMS (FerryBox). Picture PRIC
The latest generation of automatic and autonomous measuring instruments for underway CO2 and other parameters in seawater – also known as „FerryBox“ – is used on the most advanced research vessels (last orders 2017 to today):
♦ New research icebreaker Xuelong 2 (Snow Dragon), Polar Research Institute of China
♦ New research icebreaker RSV Nuyina (Southern Lights), Australian Antarctic Division
♦ New research sailing vessel RV Eugen Seibold, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Germany
♦ New research vessel NB719, Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research
♦ New research vessel Xiang Yanghong, Second Institute of Oceanography – SOA, China
♦ Volvo Ocean Race round-the-world racing sailing yachts 2017-2018
Oceanology International London 2018
Oceanology International offers the world’s leading forum where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the ocean technology and marine science communities. Oceanology International’s world-class exhibition and conference help bring together marine professionals, businesses and organisations to improve their strategies for measuring, developing, protecting and operating in the world’s oceans.
You are invited to visit us at booth G300.
- Ship underway pCO2 measurement systems and NEW laser spectrometer
- Underwater and subsea Li-Ion Batteries for AUV, ROV, Offshore Oil+Gas
- Results from ongoing VOLVO OCEAN RACE incl. Micro Plastic and CO2 around the world
Volvo-Ocean-Race selects SubCtech for scientific equipment
© Ainhoa Sanchez / Volvo Ocean Race
The complementary nature of the scientific programs insures knowledge exchange, maximizes public engagement, and provides Volvo Ocean Race with a powerful platform for environmentally, socially and financially sustainable outreach.
With the scientific partners GEOMAR leading the program, in collaboration with NOAA, JCOMMOPS and FUTORE-OCEAN, we are confident that a great science program on Volvo Ocean Race is realized as a result of our collaborative efforts.
SubCtech supports Shell XPRICE
A $7 million global competition challenging teams to push the boundaries of ocean technologies by creating solutions that advance the autonomy, scale, speed, depths and resolution of ocean exploration. The success of this prize will allow us to fully explore and map the ocean floor, and uncover our planets greatest wonder and resource for the benefit of humanity.
Students in the Department of Ocean Engineering at Texas A&M University were recently announced as a semi-finalist team in the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE competition. The multi-national team, comprised of students and professors, is now one step closer in their pursuit of winning the global competition to advance ocean technologies for rapid, unmanned, and high-resolution ocean exploration and discovery.
Dylan Blakeslee, team leader and senior ocean engineering student, is confident in the work that has been completed thus far and optimistic about the future successes in store for them. “We have a lot of work to be done between now and September, but we have an amazing team and support from leading companies in the industry, as well as the Texas A&M ocean engineering department,” Blakeslee said.