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  1. August 2015 - Ashtead Technology celebration at Materials Testing 2015

    Ashtead Technology will use the BINDT Materials Testing 2015 event as an opportunity to celebrate the 2nd anniversary of their NDT Centre of Excellence. Over the past two years Ashtead has invested over £1.5 million in the resource, which allowed them to add over 300 new items to their fleet, including the Olympus OmniScan MX2 and Eddyfi Ectane. The investment also allowed Ashtead to upgrade their existing fleet of ultrasonic and eddy current flaw detectors, thickness gauges, hardness testers… Read more ›

  2. August 2015 - Ashtead training academy secures CPD accreditation

    Ashtead’s Subsea Technology Training Academy has secured Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accreditation.The firm offers a number of CPD-accredited courses at its purpose-built training academy in Westhill, including Offshore Survey Equipment, ROV Sensors and Multiplexors, Acoustic Positioning Systems and Pipe and Cable Tracking.The level 1 and 2 courses available cover the basics and the more complex functioning of subsea survey equipment, and are designed in accordance with SQA… Read more ›

  3. July 2015 - SubC Imaging is excited to introduce latest version of its SubC DVR software, version 5

    SubC Imaging is excited to introduce latest version of its SubC DVR software, version 5. Based on valuable input from users and a detailed analysis of the industry’s current needs, this version includes a significant number of  improvements over previous versions.UINew and improved user interface, providing an intuitive and easy to use experienceInputSupports 4K UHD, 4x HD, or 2x HD, each can be combined with 4x SD. Any 4 can be used simultaneously Natively supports 3D video… Read more ›

  4. July 2015 - Ashtead Technology helps explain riddle of lost World War II ship

    An Aberdeen-headquartered firm has donated specialist subsea equipment that has helped explain how one of the most tragic mysteries of the Second World War occurred.Ashtead Technology has been supporting work to re-examine the wreck site of Australian light cruiser HMAS Sydney (II) – which was lost with all 645 hands on November 19, 1941.In addition, the leading independent provider of subsea equipment rental, sales and services to the offshore industry, has provided 3-D survey equipment to… Read more ›

  5. June 2015 - Ashtead shines a light on subsea technology

    The latest underwater technologies that are helping the subsea industry to meet the challenges of increasingly complex projects in the most cost-efficient way will go on show in Aberdeenshire next month.Ashtead Technology, the global number one independent provider of subsea equipment rental, sales and services, is hosting a technology day at its Westhill facility on Thursday 2nd July to demonstrate the best leading-edge products from around the world.Around 100 industry professionals are… Read more ›

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