Society for Underwater Technology

The Society for Underwater Technology is an International Learned Society for Marine Science & Technology.

We're multidisciplinary with members from offshore energy, diving, salvage, science, archaeology, leisure, education & defence sectors. SUT was founded to promote the further understanding of the underwater environment including diving and submersibles, environmental forces, marine policy, marine renewable energies, ocean resources, geotechnics, salvage, subsea engineering, underwater robotics, science and vehicles.

Operating as usual

27/03/2024

Our two-day 'Introduction to Offshore Geophysics & Geotechnical Engineering' training course is back!

πŸ“… 21-22 May 2024
πŸ“University of Southampton
🎟️ Find out more and register your place now at https://bit.ly/SUT-OSIG-Course2024

This two-day in-person course provides a comprehensive introduction to site investigation and ground engineering in the offshore environment and has been run successfully for a number of years.

The course will include a stimulating mix of case studies, lectures, computer practicals, and β€˜hands-on’ laboratory testing to help illustrate concepts and applications.

Alongside valuable knowledge sharing, the course is an excellent opportunity to network within the offshore industry.

26/03/2024

Are you caught up with the recent episodes of the Underwater Technology Podcast?!

Don't miss out on hearing our guests speak about building artificial reeds, offshore geotechnical engineering, the uncrewed marine industry, marine sciences, robotics, ocean adventuring, and much, much more!

Beyond talking about their life and work in the underwater world, this season our guests are giving their invaluable career advice to young people interested in joining our extraordinary marine industry.

🎧 Listen now via https://sut.buzzsprout.com/ or wherever you get your podcasts!

25/03/2024

Our 3-day in-person Offshore Wind Renewable Energy training course is back and open for registration!

πŸ“… 30 April - 2 May 2024
πŸ“ Newcastle
🎟 Book your place now at https://bit.ly/SUTWINDApril2024

The course is designed for:

- Professional non-engineers who would benefit from understanding the offshore wind energy industry

- Engineers and technical staff who are new to this sector or making the transition from another industry

- Technical staff in the sector who would benefit from broadening their understanding of the sector.

The course will be delivered over three days of presentations and site visits by Industry and academic experts, with an emphasis on the practical applications.

🌟 Discounted registration fees for members of SUT - Society for Underwater Technology, EEEGR (East of England Energy Group), Global Underwater Hub, EIC (Energy Industries Council), IMCA (International Marine Contractors Association), NOF, Offshore Engineering Society.

21/03/2024

🎧 This week on the Underwater Technology Podcast!

🌊 In this episode, we speak with Julie Angus, co-founder and CEO of Open Ocean Robotics, and the first woman to row across the Atlantic Ocean from mainland to mainland!

🎧 Listen now to hear Julie's journey in the world of ocean adventuring and marine robotics at https://www.buzzsprout.com/1000288/14722077-pod-84-julie-angus-ocean-adventurer-and-ceo-of-open-ocean-robotics (or wherever you get your podcasts!)

🌊 This year we're excited to welcome our new host - Martin Stemp from RS Aqua Ltd and the SUT Council to join us this season to chat with our guests.

20/03/2024

🌊 Our 3-day in-person Offshore Wind Renewable Energy training course is back and open for registration!

πŸ“… 30 April - 2 May 2024
πŸ“ Newcastle (including site visits including Equinor Dogger Bank O&M Base South Tyneside, and Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult Blyth R&D Centre)
🎟 Book your place now at https://lnkd.in/eina8tXG
There are limited places so book now to avoid disappointment.

🌊 The course is designed for:

- Professional non-engineers who would benefit from understanding the offshore wind energy industry

- Engineers and technical staff who are new to this sector or making the transition from another industry

- Technical staff in the sector who would benefit from broadening their understanding of the sector.

The course will be delivered over three days of presentations and site visits by Industry and academic experts, with an emphasis on the practical applications.

🌟 Discounted registration fees for members of SUT - Society for Underwater Technology, EEEGR (East of England Energy Group), Global Underwater Hub, EIC (Energy Industries Council), IMCA (International Marine Contractors Association), NOF, Offshore Engineering Society.

18/03/2024

🌊 Tomorrow night!

Join us in Newcastle for an evening of networking and technology. Based in Newcastle University’s Stephenson Building, this event will showcase the latest in Subsea Imaging, AR and VR solutions.

The redeveloped Stephenson building is the place for future engineers, researchers, designers, and visionaries to collaborate and tackle world challenges together.

Presentations will be given by industry experts from Fuzzy Logic Studio, Rovco and 3D at Depth.

πŸ“… Tuesday 19th March 2024
πŸ•• 1800hrs -2030hrs
🎟 Register at https://sut.org/event/subsea-imaging-and-vr-north-of-england-evening-meeting/

11/03/2024

It's Oceanology International week!

We're excited to be holding three sessions throughout the event.

First up is 'UXO in the Marine Environment', organised by the SUT's UXO Special Interest Group - Tuesday 12th March 1330hrs in the South Gallery Room (Free to attend but registration required).

Next is our 'Women in Industry' panel, Tuesday 12th March at 1430hrs in the Oceans Futures Theatre. This panel session will feature women engineers, scientists and technologists from the subsea and wider marine sector sharing insights from their experience and consideration of the present and future opportunities, challenges and solutions.

Finally on Thursday 14th March, our 'Ocean Careers' session at 1130hrs in the Ocean Futures Theatre. Join representatives of industry sharing insights on their experience, career opportunities, challenges, and the transitions and progressions in the underwater, subsea, and wider marine sectors today.

Find out more and see all of our speakers at https://lnkd.in/euE8g2AN

SUT will be on stand P18 - come along and say hi!

07/03/2024

🎧 Next up on the Underwater Technology Podcast! 🎧

🌊 This week we speak with Peter Girguis, Professor of Marine Sciences at Harvard University, and an Adjunct Scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

πŸ† Pete is also the 2023 winner of the SUT’s and Marine Technology Society's Captain Don Walsh Award for Ocean Exploration, and we look forward to presenting Pete's award next week at Oceanology International in London!

🎧 Listen now to hear Pete talk about his life and journey into the world of Marine Science at https://bit.ly/3V6Q1Mo (or wherever you get your podcasts!)

🌊 Have you met our new host yet?! We're excited to welcome Martin Stemp from RS Aqua Ltd and the SUT Council to join us this season to chat with our guests.

05/03/2024

We're at Oceanology International next week in London!

SUT will be holding several events during the week at Excel, one of which is our Women in Industry panel.

πŸ“… 12th March 2024 | πŸ• 1430-1530hrs | πŸ“ Ocean Futures Theatre

This panel session will feature women engineers, scientists and technologists from the subsea and wider marine sector sharing insights from their experience and consideration of the present and future opportunities, challenges and solutions.

Come along to hear our speakers -

- Ila Glennie, VP Subsea Operations, bp – Leadership Impact on Women in Industry
- Phoebe Lipp, Offshore Geotechnical Engineer, Arup – Women in Offshore Geoscience from an Early Careers Perspective
- Katie Cross, Principal Marine Consultant, ERM – The Aspiration of an Effective Work/Life Balance
'Kola Otekalu (Chartered FCIPD), Human Resources Director – EMEA & India, Oceaneering – Breaking Boundaries: My Career Journey and Insights
- Sue John, Chair, SUT - Society for Underwater Technology

SUT will be on stand P18 next week, 12-14 March 2024 at Oceanology International, at Excel London.

27/02/2024

🌟 Deadline approaching! Friday 1st March 2024!🌟

🌊 Calling all Marine Innovators! 🌊

Maritime UK South West and the Society for Underwater Technology invite you to participate and showcase your innovative technology at the Ocean Tech Expo in June 2024. Join us for two days of demonstration, discussion, and collaboration – promoting the latest innovations that promise to advance the landscape of marine technology.

🌊 The event is centered on in-water demonstration with live feeds to an audience of industry experts, operators, and decision-makers, showing how remote operations are now a reality.


Exhibition Categories

- Offshore Renewable Energy

- Marine Robotics

- Aquaculture Technology

- Energy Efficiency Solutions

- Defence

How to Participate

We are looking for innovative technologies and novel approaches to its demonstration. Submit a description of your demonstration and presentation, including its significance and potential impact on the marine technology sector to Nick Swift (info via the link below).

β„Ή More details found at https://lnkd.in/esX6yQQS

🌟 The deadline for submissions is Friday 1st March 2024.🌟

22/02/2024

🎧 This week on the Underwater Technology Podcast! 🎧

🌊 We spoke with Daniel Hook, Naval Architect, Chartered Engineer, and consultant marine technologist about his 20 years so far in the unmanned marine industry. Dan has had an impressive career as Technical Director at Seaspeed Marine Consulting, a founder of ASV Global (now L3Harris Technologies), CEO at RAD Propulsion, and now managing director for Armada at Ocean Infinity, a state-of-the-art fleet of robotic ships.

🎧 Listen now to hear Dan talk about all things marine robotics at https://www.buzzsprout.com/1000288/14520987-pod-82-dan-hook-consultant-marine-technologist (or wherever you get your podcasts!)

🌊 Have you met our new host?! We're excited to welcome Martin Stemp from RS Aqua Ltd and the SUT Council to join us this season to chat with our guests.

14/02/2024

🌊 Calling all Marine Innovators! 🌊

Marine South West and the Society for Underwater Technology invite you to participate and showcase your innovative technology at the Marine Technology Exposition in June 2024. Join us for two days of demonstration, discussion, and collaboration – promoting the latest innovations that promise to advance the landscape of marine technology.

🌊 The event is centered on in-water demonstration with live feeds to an audience of industry experts, operators, and decision-makers, showing how remote operations are now a reality.

Exhibition Categories

- Offshore Renewable Energy
- Marine Robotics
- Aquaculture Technology
- Energy Efficiency Solutions
- Defence

How to Participate

We are looking for innovative technologies and novel approaches to its demonstration. Submit a description of your demonstration and presentation, including its significance and potential impact on the marine technology sector to Nick Swift (details via the link).

β„Ή More details found at https://sut.org/event/marine-technology-exposition-2024/

🌟 The deadline for submissions is Friday 1st March 2024.🌟

13/02/2024

🌊 Join us in London this month for our next Lunch & Learn on the Environmental Impact of Deep Sea Mining.

A panel of expert speakers on deep seabed habitats & will talk about the risks that could be faced by companies that wish to undertake seabed mining or underwrite the activities.

This event is FREE to attend but booking is essential.

πŸ“… 29th February 2024
πŸ•› Arrive 1200hrs, Presentations 1230-1330
πŸ“ Lloyd Warwick International, London
🍷 Nibbles and drinks post-presentation
🎟 Book your place now at https://lnkd.in/egxvbRii

Thank you to our hosts – Lloyd Warwick

08/02/2024

🎧 Next up on the Underwater Technology Podcast! 🎧

🌊 This week we spoke with offshore geotechnical engineer Professor Susan Gourvenec about her life and work in Perth and the UK. Susan is Professor of Offshore Geotechnical Engineering at the University of Southampton, and the Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies - specialising in Intelligent & Resilient Ocean Engineering.

Thanks for the great conversation, Susan!

🌊 For those of you who've not met our new host - we're excited to welcome Martin Stemp from RS Aqua Ltd and the SUT Council to join us this season to chat with our guests.

🎧 Listen at https://www.buzzsprout.com/1000288/14404776 or wherever you get your podcasts!

05/02/2024

Our 3-day in-person Offshore Wind Renewable Energy training course is back and open for registration!

πŸ“… 30 April - 2 May 2024
πŸ“ Newcastle
🎟 Book your place now at https://sut.org/event/newcastle-offshore-wind-energy-course-2/

The course is designed for:

- Professional non-engineers who would benefit from understanding the offshore wind energy industry

- Engineers and technical staff who are new to this sector or making the transition from another industry

- Technical staff in the sector who would benefit from broadening their understanding of the sector.

The course will be delivered over three days of presentations and site visits by Industry and academic experts, with an emphasis on the practical applications.

🌟 Discounted registration fees for members of SUT - Society for Underwater Technology, EEEGR (East of England Energy Group), Global Underwater Hub, EIC (Energy Industries Council), IMCA (International Marine Contractors Association), NOF, Offshore Engineering Society.

26/01/2024

🌊 Next week! 🌊

Join us in Aberdeen for our annual business breakfast as we dive into the Subsea Market Outlook for 2024!

πŸ“… Date: Tuesday 30th January 2024
πŸ•’ Time: 0700-0900hrs
πŸ“ Location: Marcliffe at Pitfodels, Aberdeen
🎟 Register now at https://lnkd.in/eCVe-Cts

The SUT in Aberdeen will be presenting an update on some of the conclusions of last year’s Business Breakfast, reviewing news developments since then and giving an updated market outlook for 2024 in terms of commodity prices, renewables build-out, project FID’s and how this is affected by the global fleet.

Returning for the 2nd year, our speakers will be James Hall of Axiom EMI and Ross Macdonald & Catherine MacFarlane of S&P Global. We will be accounting for imminent US Presidential and UK General elections; two significant conflicts; green and not-so-green policy aspirations; company stock prices; vessel financing, fleet capacity and day rates.

All this and more, reviewed with a healthy dose of reality, backed up with data and you won’t hear any of it on the mainstream news media.

Don't miss out on this important event for the subsea sector, see you next week!

Photos from Society for Underwater Technology's post 25/01/2024

🎧 The Underwater Technology Podcast is back! 🎧

🌊 We’re kicking off the new season with Perth-based offshore engineer, Matthew Allen, MMA Offshore Limited, and SUT Perth, who has pioneered reef engineering globally.

πŸͺΈ Matt and his team have built 40 massive reefs for tourism, fisheries enhancement, decommissioning, and habit enhancement, and will be telling us how he’s used underwater technology to design, construct, and monitor the reefs.

🌊 We also have a new host! We’re excited to welcome Martin Stemp from RS Aqua Ltd and the SUT Council to join us this season to chat with our guests.

🎧 Listen now via the link in our bio or wherever you get your podcasts

25/01/2024

🎧 The Underwater Technology Podcast is back! 🎧

🌊 We're kicking off the new season with Perth-based offshore engineer, Matthew Allen, MMA Offshore Limited, and SUT Perth, who has pioneered reef engineering globally.

πŸͺΈ Matt and his team have built 40 massive reefs for tourism, fisheries enhancement, decommissioning, and habit enhancement, and will be telling us how he’s used underwater technology to design, construct, and monitor the reefs.

🌊 We also have a new host! We're excited to welcome Martin Stemp from RS Aqua Ltd and the SUT Council to join us this season to chat with our guests.

🎧 Listen now at https://lnkd.in/eUbFJahK or wherever you get your podcasts.

Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) Perth Branch

04/01/2024

🌊 Join us in Aberdeen for the SUT Aberdeen AGM and Pub Quiz! 🌊

The SUT Aberdeen Branch invites you to test your knowledge against the best minds in Aberdeen in a pub quiz at OGV Podium.

The AGM will also be held during the event, providing a brief update of what the branch has been up to in 2023, and plans for 2024.

The ticket price includes entry for the quiz and a buffet will be served.

Bring a team of colleagues, or form a team of friends on the night!

πŸ•• 1800hrs πŸ“… 17th January 2024
πŸ“ OGV Podium, Aberdeen
🎟 Book your place now! https://lnkd.in/eVKEjp5y

21/12/2023

Big Blue World December 2023 issue out now!

🌟 Article highlight 🌟 - Jane Hinton has now worked at the SUT for 30 years! Thank you, Jane, for your dedication to the Society and hard work over three decades.

Read all about Jane's journey with the SUT and much more in the latest issue of Big Blue World at https://issuu.com/emilysut/docs/sut-big_blue_world-december_2023

Catch up on the latest SUT news, articles written by our members on innovation, reports of recent events and more.

Want to submit an article or some news for the next issue? Contact Emily Boddy to find out how.

11/12/2023

Ørsteds Benj Sykes becomes President of the SUT

Benj Sykes, now a Fellow of the SUT, said: β€œRenewable energy will be at the heart of the world’s future energy systems. I’m looking forward to helping champion the SUT on its journey to playing a full role in the energy transition as we move away from fossil fuels and towards a cleaner, greener future.”

Read more at https://lnkd.in/ebWmpiWW

05/12/2023

This week!

Calling SUT Members and Non-Members alike!

You are invited to the SUT AGM on Thursday 7th December at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.

Our Post-AGM Presentation "Decarbonising the Energy System" will be given by Abigail Davies, Lecturer in Sustainability, Aberdeen Business School

Members are welcome from 1815hrs for an 1830hrs start. Non-Members are welcome from 1900hrs to join us for the presentation and networking reception with wine and canapΓ©s.

Registration is FREE for SUT Members, but booking in essential!

πŸ“… Thursday 7th December
πŸ•‘1815hrs
πŸ“ Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London
🎟 Register your place at https://lnkd.in/ecnThSj8

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24/11/2023

Our BLACK FRIDAY offer is still live! (for a limited time!)

- Can a Lobster be an Archaeologist?
- What really happens in the Bermuda Triangle?
- Where we would live if there was no land left to build on?
- How are underwater movies made?
- Where do tsunamis come from?
- How do we find missing airplanes underwater?

For a limited time only we are offering a huge discount on our ever-popular children's book, Can a Lobster be an Archaeologist? Order yours today at https://bit.ly/SUTlobster

Price: was Β£12.99, now just Β£5.99!

(with a further 10% discount for SUT members, applied when logged into the website).

22/11/2023

🌊 Join the Conversation on Sustainable Offshore Operations! 🌊

Are you passionate about the future of our planet and the sustainability of offshore operations? Don't miss out on our upcoming joint event "Can Offshore Operations Be Environmentally Sustainable?"

The SUT - Society for Underwater Technology, The Hydrographic Society UK & Ireland Scotland Branch & IMCA (International Marine Contractors Association) are pleased to announce our programme for our joint seminar.​

πŸ“… 30 November 2023
πŸ•£ 0830-1630hrs
πŸ“ Aberdeen Crowne Plaza
🎟 See the programme and register now at https://lnkd.in/e_5JEzsh
πŸͺ§ Sponsorship opportunities available! https://lnkd.in/e_5JEzsh

Sustainability is an increasingly discussed topic in the offshore energy industry, with terms like Net-Zero operations, electrification, carbon capture, renewable energy, alternative fuels and remote operations all critical to the overall sustainability goal.

How can offshore operations be as environmentally sensitive as possible?

Let's work together for a more sustainable future. See you there! 🌱🌊

21/11/2023

Calling SUT Members and Non-Members alike!

You are invited to the SUT AGM on Thursday 7th December at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.

Members are welcome from 1815hrs for an 1830hrs start. Non-Members are welcome from 1900hrs to join us for the presentation and networking reception with wine and canapΓ©s.

Our Post-AGM Presentation "Decarbonising the Energy Dystem" will be given by Abigail Davies, Lecturer in Sustainability, Aberdeen Business School.

Registration is FREE for SUT Members, but booking is essential.

πŸ“… Thursday 7th December
πŸ•‘1815hrs
πŸ“ Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London
🎟 Register your place at https://sut.org/event/sut-agm-london-2/

17/11/2023

It's BLACK FRIDAY!

- Can a Lobster be an Archaeologist?
- What really happens in the Bermuda Triangle?
- Where we would live if there was no land left to build on?
- How are underwater movies made?
- Where do tsunamis come from?
- How do we find missing airplanes underwater?

For a limited time only we are offering a huge discount on our ever-popular children's book, Can a Lobster be an Archaeologist? Order yours today at https://bit.ly/SUTlobster

Price: was Β£12.99, now just Β£5.99!
(with a further 10% discount for SUT members, applied when logged into the website).

14/11/2023

We're saddened to hear news of the passing of Captain Don Walsh.

The ocean science and technology community has lost one of its finest.

Don Walsh will forever be remembered as a pioneer in exploration and especially for his famous first, when he and Jacques Piccard piloted the bathyscaphe Trieste to the deepest point in the World’s ocean with their dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench in 1960. He will also be remembered for his lifetime of contribution to ocean technology.

But for those that had the honour of knowing him, he will most be recalled for his humility, kindness and generosity.

A true renaissance man and someone whose attributes we should all strive to emulate.

The SUT - Society for Underwater Technology and Marine Technology Society (MTS) will continue to remember him in a very special way by means of our annual Captain Don Walsh Award for Ocean Exploration.

https://sut.org/rest-in-peace-captain-don-walsh/

09/11/2023

Exciting news, underwater technology enthusiasts!

The SUT - Society for Underwater Technology is thrilled to announce the upcoming season of the Underwater Technology Podcast, and we're on the lookout for dynamic speakers to join our new host Martin Stemp in conversation about their underwater world.

Are you a trailblazer in subsea robotics, a pioneer in marine exploration, or an expert in underwater acoustics? We want to hear from you!

Share your expertise, insights, and passion with our global audience of underwater technology enthusiasts.

If you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming episode contact [email protected]

01/11/2023

Where did Jacques Piccard boldly go?

Where is the Weddell Sea and what was discovered there in March 2022?

After last year’s thrilling finish, a tie between the quiz titans of Petrofac and CONSUB, it is time to resume battle for the SUT’s Pub Quiz Crown (with accompanying orb, staff, sword, and armills).

πŸ“… 14 November 2023
πŸ•– 1900-2200hrs
πŸ“ Ye Olde Watling Pub
🎟 Book now for you or your team! https://lnkd.in/drt8MX5z

All Learned Members of the SUT are invited to attend the London and South East Branch’s 7th Annual Pub Quiz at the Ye Olde Watling, London.

Following the quiz, there will be an opportunity to toast success or drown sorrows at the bar.

Special thanks to Andrew Tebboth our quiz master for the night.

A big Thank You to our sponsors CONSUB and Petrofac

30/10/2023

🌊 Join the Conversation on Sustainable Offshore Operations! 🌊

Are you passionate about the future of our planet and the sustainability of offshore operations? Don't miss out on our upcoming joint event "Can Offshore Operations Be Environmentally Sustainable?"

The SUT - Society for Underwater Technology, The Hydrographic Society in Scotland & IMCA (International Marine Contractors Association) are pleased to announce our programme for our joint seminar.​

πŸ“… 30 November 2023
πŸ•£ 0830-1630hrs
πŸ“ Aberdeen Crowne Plaza
🎟 See the programme and register now at https://lnkd.in/e_5JEzsh
πŸͺ§ Sponsorship opportunities available! https://lnkd.in/e_5JEzsh

Sustainability is an increasingly discussed topic in the offshore energy industry, with terms like Net-Zero operations, electrification, carbon capture, renewable energy, alternative fuels and remote operations all critical to the overall sustainability goal.

In an age of energy transition, hydrocarbon recovery continues to be important for energy security while renewable energies become an increasing factor in the energy mix. However, hydrocarbon recovery is also of extreme economic importance in support of funding energy transition and Net-Zero goals, while also continuing to be extremely important for non-energy related requirements such as plastics and pharmaceuticals.

How can offshore operations be as environmentally sensitive as possible?

Let's work together for a more sustainable future. See you there! 🌱🌊

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