15 May 2018:
GENERAL OCEAN NEWS
GEO Business 2018 is the UK’s largest geospatial event and is being held in London next week from 22-23 May 2018
With technologies such as UAVs, GNSS, Lidar, 3D modelling, remote sensing, being used across both the geospatial and ocean industries it is no wonder that we are finding more and more of our long-standing Ocean Business visitors and exhibitors now joining us at its sister event, the GEO Business geospatial event.
GEO Business 2018 is the UK’s largest geospatial event and is being held in London next week from 22-23 May 2018. It follows the same model as the well-established Ocean Business event which combines a trade show with a free to attend workshop programme that is held alongside. We also have the geospatial take on the infamous Ocean Business wine trail but this version incorporates some of the finest Ales from micro-breweries from around the UK.
If you are involved in conducting or commissioning coastal and inshore surveys you will learn more about the latest geospatial technologies both in the marine and above water environment then you won’t want to miss this event. To register simply visit https://www.geobusinessshow.com/register/
The MetOcean Solutions wave buoy moored in the Southern Ocean recorded a massive 23.8 m wave.
The significant wave height is the WMO standard value to characterise a sea state – approximately the average of the highest third of the measured waves. During this storm, the significant wave height reached 14.9 m. This is also a record for the Southern Ocean but falls short of the 19 m world record buoy measurement that was recorded in the North Atlantic during 2013.
The Campbell Island Wave Rider Buoy was moored on 2 March 2018 at Campbell Island, New Zealand’s southernmost estate and an ideal spot to sample the complex directional wave spectra from the Southern Ocean.
The Southern Ocean wave studies are a collaborative project with New Zealand Defence Force, Defence Technology Agency and Spoondrift. As part of that program, MetOcean Solutions has deployed seven instruments to collect wave data, using one moored and six drifting buoys. All data are freely available to the scientific community and can be viewed in real time. For further information and data access see www.metocean.co.nz/southern-ocean/ or contact [email protected].
A global leader in the provision of low logistic Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), Teledyne Gavia announces that it has recently delivered Teledyne Blueview MB2250 modules and associated Teledyne PDS software for all Gavia AUVs operated by the Turkish Navy Mine Countermeasures Command in Erdek, Turkey. The Blueview MB2250 will be used in conjunction with the existing Edgetch 2205 Side Scan Sonars that are currently installed on the Turkish Navy Gavia vehicles and will provide capabilities for side scan sonar nadir gapfill as well as providing high frequency multibeam data that can aid in detection and classification of mine like objects.
During recent Mine Countermeasures (MCM) trials, use of the Teledyne BlueView MB2250 allowed the Gavia AUV to cover roughly forty percent more area in a given time than the vehicle would have been able to cover without the use of gap fill. This greatly increased coverage area is a significant development for small AUVs. The Turkish Navy MCM command will utilize their Blueview equipped Gavia AUVs either from vessels of opportunity or from their AYDIN or ENGIN Class minehunters to augment existing MCM capabilities.
The Gavia AUV is an autonomous sensor platform that is user configurable by the addition of one or more sensor, navigation or battery modules by means of a unique twist lock system. The Gavia AUV is a fully low logistics modular system designed for operation from vessels of opportunity and has the greatest depth rating of any vehicle in its class. The modular design of the Gavia ensures maximum mission flexibility and system upgradability. Module options include acoustic payloads for ASW training, various side scan sonars, multibeams, camera, and an array of environmental sensors.
For further information, visit www.teledynemarine.com/gavia
A unique new probe that combines the power of the SWiFT SVP and a turbidity sensor has been launched by leading British oceanographic and hydrographic instrument specialist, Valeport. The new SWiFTplus uses Valeport’s world leading high accuracy sensor technology which incorporates turbidity observations with sound speed, temperature and pressure sensor technology to also provide computed conductivity, salinity and density. This is coupled with the convenience of Bluetooth connectivity and a rechargeable battery.
The handheld profiler, constructed from Titanium for unrivalled durability, has been designed from the outset with the intention of a seamless workflow and has an integral GPS to geo-locate every profile. SWiFTplus is intended for coastal, harbour and inland environmental and hydrographic survey use and offers high quality profiles in a compact, robust and portable package.
Valeport’s new turbidity sensor addition is effectively two sensors in one. The first is a “classic” turbidity sensor (nephelometry using a 90˚ beam angle) for low turbidity levels (0–2000 NTU) and the second uses an OBS optical backscatter arrangement (~120˚ beam angle for optical backscatter) at high turbidity levels (>20,000 NTU). Intelligent sampling eliminates the need to gain switch at higher turbidity levels.
Using a simple ‘twist and go’ switch on the unit, data can be easily and quickly downloaded, reviewed wirelessly via Bluetooth, using the new Valeport Connect app, allowing data to be instantly shared in industry standard formats through email and cloud services. Valeport’s new Connect software is also available on PC and can be used with a USB cable for instrument setup, data extraction, display and translation to common-format data strings and additional tools. Designed specifically for the operation of SWiFTplus and new to market Bluetooth enabled products, the new software simplifies and streamlines operation and data download tasks.
The SWiFTplus is now available to order. For more information contact: [email protected]
Fugro reports successful licensing of seep and geochemical data before Canada’s 2018 east coast bid round
Fugro and partner, Amplified Geochemical Imaging (AGI), have reported recent success selling licences for data from a frontier region offshore Canada. The data were acquired during a hydrocarbon seep survey, heat flow and geochemical coring campaign in the large Orphan Basin, situated on the continental margin of Newfoundland.
The comprehensive data package is being licensed from both Fugro and AGI and includes multibeam echo sounder data (bathymetry, backscatter intensity and water column), sub-bottom profiler data, heat flow measurements and shipboard geochemical screening analyses; shore-based screening and advanced geochemical analyses, including biomarkers on select samples, are also included.
Covering an area of 11,070 square kilometres, Fugro’s sea-based workscope in this frontier region included the acquisition of 99 cores for geochemical sampling and investigation, and shipboard analysis of approximately 550 samples for hydrocarbon geochemistry. Heat flow measurements were acquired at 11 distributed locations with two measurements taken per location; these data are a significant improvement on the three pre-existing heat flow measurements along the periphery of the Orphan Basin and will vastly improve the robustness of basin models. AGI performed the shore-based geochemical work using their patented ultrasensitive analytical method to determine difficult-to-measure hydrocarbon concentrations to test for thermogenic signatures. The different geochemical datasets (shipboard, conventional shore-based and AGI adsorbent-based analyses) all suggest the presence of thermogenic hydrocarbons.
For further information, visit https://www.fugro.com/
Riptide Autonomous Solutions and Draper have agreed to implement Maritime Open Architecture Autonomy (MOAA) on all Riptide Unmanned Undersea Vehicles (UUVs) delivered to the US Government.
Draper developed MOAA for the US Government as an extensible open architecture framework for autonomous mission controllers for autonomous undersea vehicles (AUVs). MOAA capabilities have been demonstrated at-sea on multiple AUV classes with capabilities applicable to various undersea mission areas. This work represents millions of dollars of investment and decades of research and development.
Draper has requested and received approval from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWC-NPT) to provide MOAA as an option on all Riptide UUVs sold to the US Government or Government purposed vehicles. This will be a no cost option on all Riptide UUVs for eligible users.
Riptide UUVs with MOAA will be available for delivery in the second quarter of 2018.
For further information, visit www.riptideas.com
Subsea services company, Rovco is on track to rapidly grow its share of the global subsea market after securing a £1.2m investment, enabling the firm to launch its advanced live 3D subsea survey system and triple its workforce.
The company has attracted backing from three UK-based investment houses, Green Angel Syndicate, Cambridge Angels and Bristol Private Equity Club. The funds will see Rovco bring its latest inspection technology to the global energy market and grow its headcount from 10 to 30 employees within the next year.
Following two years of extensive research and development activity, the new technology will begin field trials this month. The system has been developed to effectively manage the increasing complexity of subsea operations, using real-time 3D vision and AI data analysis to cut the cost of underwater inspections and maintenance.
To meet an increased market demand for subsea inspection around offshore windfarms, pipelines and cables, Rovco also plans to add three new ROVs to its fleet within the next six months.
Launched in 2016, Rovco aims to become a leading ROV and inspection company within the next two years, with expertise and capacity to carry out underwater inspection projects across the globe.
For further information about Rovco visit www.rovco.com.
Portsmouth, 14th May 2018, Industry leading autonomous vessel technology supplier, ASV Global (ASV), has been awarded the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System certification by accrediting body DNV GL.
ISO 9001:2015 facilitates best practice quality management systems and this certification underpins ASV’s commitment to provide world class autonomous vessel technology and supporting services to its global customer base.
This award is an update to ASV’s previous ISO 9001:2008 accreditation held with Alcumus ISOQAR.
For further information, visit www.asvglobal.com
A South West consortium has launched a low cost dynamic positioning (DP) barge aimed at the marine energy market.
The £3m+ project was 50% funded by Innovate UK, the UK body responsible for stimulating and supporting business-led innovation and was led by Bristol-based ITPEnergised. It combined the expertise of Falmouth-based marine construction contractor and vessel owner Keynvor Morlift Ltd (KML), dynamic positioning system developer Reygar, of Gloucester, and A&P Falmouth who provided the dry dock facility and carried out the modification and conversion works.
Earlier this year the consortium completed 5 ½ years of research and development, including a successful trial of the Mormaen DP1 Barge off Falmouth in March. The specialist barge comes with a substantially lower operating cost and charter rate compared to offshore DP vessels.
The DP barge project set out to deliver a cost-efficient and versatile construction platform for the transportation, installation, maintenance and decommissioning of marine energy devices, and for a variety of marine construction and installation projects. This innovation is expected to significantly improve the commercial viability of the wave and tidal energy generation sector and accelerate market growth and maturity, as well as to boost the operability of barges on a variety of construction projects.
Subsea Commercial Services Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland) is delighted to announce the release of their new range of High Definition IP Underwater Cameras. Compact, high performing and well priced the units are SCS’ first own branded products.
The anodised aluminium housed IPCam and FIPCam cameras are rated to 3000m as standard with options to 1000m and 250m versions available. Both units operate at 1080p, require 10/100 Mbps, offer good low light performance and are available with a dedicated GUI enabling control of brightness, saturation, hue, stills capture, recording to laptop and the control of up to eight cameras simultaneously.
The IPCam is an 18x optical zoom and focus unit with 0.01 lux capability that weighs under 1kg in water, while the FIPCam is an extremely compact (69mm x 69mm ex-connector) fixed focus unit that is just over 300g in water. The FIPCam is also available as a 5 megapixel unit for enhanced picture quality.
Please contact SCS Ltd. for demonstration, pricing, availability and rental rates. Please follow the following link to view and download IPCam and FIPCam datasheets or their other leading underwater technologies. www.subcomservices.com
C-Tecnics has developed another high performance video system for the commercial diving industry. Joining their range of subsea video control systems is an economical and reliable system for diver video and communications monitoring, ideal for a range of diving industries such as inland, civils and fish farming.
The E-Vision offers DVR-based diver video recording and playback from a built in dedicated hard drive, as well as LED lamp intensity control and an external audio-in function allowing diver communications to be fed in to the system and recorded with the video. On-board file management allows for files to be easily transferred to external storage via USB. The 15’’ integrated LCD monitor provides a clear, anti-glare display during live video and playback, and when used with C-Tecnics CT3015 Camera and CT4006 LED Light provides an exceptionally high quality picture via up to 300 metres of C-Tecnics camera and light umbilical. The rugged Peli Case housing ensures the E-Vision is easily transportable and suited to the harshest conditions on any dive site.
C-Tecnics are an Aberdeen, UK based video and communications systems manufacturer whose harsh environment products are used in a number of applications found in the inland and offshore diving, nuclear, military and marine science markets.
For further information, visit www.c-tecnics.com
In 2017, Atlantic Sapphire lost 250 tonnes of salmon in a mass die-off due to hydrogen sulphide poisoning from accumulated organic matter, an all-too-common problem in aquaculture with significant economic losses.
Growing salmon in land-based tanks in which water is continuously circulated (Recirculating Aquaculture Systems, RAS) means low waste discharge and high-levels of water re-use, but also sporadic toxic microorganism outbreaks that cause costly mass fish stock die-offs.
FluoRAS, Horizon 2020 COLUMBUS and EMFF ECO-AQUA are putting in place aquaculture trials of a fluorometer sensor system that can monitor organic matter online, and potentially reduce the risk of these die-offs. The FluoRAS system can potentially categorise and quantify different types of organic matter which accumulate in closed systems. The initial trials, using Chelsea Technologies Group BACTI-Wader Pro, will aim towards a real-time alert system, that gives enough warning time for operators to respond and avoid a potential toxic bacteria outbreak.
To learn more about the core technological solution see FluoRAS Sensor – Online organic matter for optimising recirculating aquaculture systems
The narrative is based on COLUMBUS Knowledge Transfer Case Study FluoRAS by Ivo Grigorov & Adam Hambly. For the full compilation of COLUMBUS Case Studies and their Impact, visit http://www.columbusproject.eu/project-results
A leading subsea training and trials centre, The Underwater Centre, located in the Scottish Highlands, has turned a corner after receiving industry support to secure its future.
Industry and public bodies including Oil & Gas UK, Subsea 7, TechnipFMC, Premier Oil and Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) have collaborated to support The Underwater Centre and ensure its future success.
The company will now operate as a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, which will be funded and supported by its members, comprising operators, service companies and industry.
Senior representatives of Subsea 7, TechnipFMC and Premier Oil will join the board of The Underwater Centre.
The restructure will ensure that the industry continues to have access to critical, world-leading underwater training and can undertake vital subsea equipment trials. The new company formally began operating on Monday, May 7, 2018.
Oil & Gas UK, which supported the move, today welcomed the collaboration effort supporting the continued delivery of specialist subsea training in the UK.
The Underwater Centre is a purpose-built subsea training and trials facility and is based on the shore of Loch Linnhe, sheltered by the surrounding mountains. The Centre’s unique location allows it to provide year-round training and testing in an open-water environment, while still being centrally located in Fort William, the largest town in the Scottish Highlands.
For further information, visit https://www.theunderwatercentre.com/
PUPILS from Royal Grammar School in Newcastle have triumphed in the first ever national subsea STEM Challenge final, which saw 30 youngsters from across the UK compete in a dynamic competition to build a floating wind turbine.
The STEM Challenge, led and organised by Subsea UK and supported by The Smallpeice Trust, saw teams of second year students take part in regional heats across the country to earn their place in the final.
The finalists – Helston Community College (Cornwall), St. Andrew’s RC Secondary (Glasgow), The Portsmouth Grammar School, Royal Grammar School (Newcastle) and Sutton Grammar School, travelled to Aberdeen on Monday 14 May to go head-to-head in a bid to claim the top prize.
Prior to the final event, each team was given a Think Kit from The Smallpeice Trust, with all the tools needed to build a floating offshore wind turbine. The pupils installed their models in a test tank at Aberdeen Science Centre before presentations were delivered later at BP by students about their project plan, design and execution, to a judging panel of industry experts from Oceaneering, SMD and Saab.
The teams were then graded on the amount of electricity produced by their turbine, how well it kept afloat and their engineering knowledge of the subsea sector. They also got the opportunity to visit BP’s facility in Dyce where Paul Benstead, pipeline technical authority at BP provided a detailed insight into his role and what it’s like working at sea.
The new initiative, which launched earlier this year aims to encourage school pupils in STEM subjects to consider a career in the subsea sector.
EVENTS, TRAINING & DEMONSTRATIONS
Marine-i will be hosting a special free conference on Wednesday 23 May entitled: Technology in Surveying and Improving Marine Data.
Part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Marine-i provides support for marine technology businesses operating in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
This event has been devised to respond to some key issues facing the marine industry, solving which will be vital from both an economic and environmental perspective. These include a widespread lack of understanding of the sea and its value, combined with the challenge of the mounting demands on ocean resources as the world population grows.
This free event will be hosted at St Austell Conference Centre. The line-up of expert speakers will include representatives from the Met Office, the South West Coastal Monitoring Programme, University of Exeter, Oceanwise and the South West Centre of Excellence in Satellites.
Delegates can see more details and register for their free place at:www.marine-i.co.uk/events
The first international conference on Satellite-Derived Bathymetry (SDB Day 2018) is now open for registration to discuss key issues on capabilities, data integration and quality standards. The Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Technology and User Forum will be held on June 6 and 7, 2018 in the Bavarian Lake District near Munich, Germany.
According to the statistics maintained by the International Hydrographic Organization, over 50 percent of the world’s coastal waters have never been surveyed. However, there are many users who require current high-quality bathymetric information for this zone, highlighting the need to fill this data gap.
The Satellite-Derived Bathymetry (SDB) technology helps to address this challenge. Initially established as a reconnaissance tool for shallow water bathymetry only, cutting-edge SDB techniques are increasingly used as a cost-efficient and rapid survey method for acquiring high-resolution bathymetric data down to water depths of 30 meters.
The use of this technology in applications such as safety of navigation, reconnaissance surveys, coastal zone management and hydrodynamic modeling is increasing significantly, and there is therefore a compelling need to discuss current technological capabilities, application requirements and suitable quality standards of SDB data.
The conference will host international speakers, panelists and participants from North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia. Topics will include quality assurance and uncertainties, integration and use concepts, standards and capacity building.
EOMAP, one of the sponsors, is organizing the conference. Media partners are Hydro International and Eco Magazine.
For more information and to register for the conference, please
Chesapeake Technology (CTI), with support from Tetratech, IPT and Geofisica Consultoria, are pleased to announce a Workshop SonarWiz 7.1 to be held in Sao Paolo on June 11-13, 2018.
Conducted by John Gann, the training will include survey planning, acquisition and processing of multi-beam, single-beam, sidescan, sub-bottom and magnetometry data, as well as the latest features of SonarWiz 7.1.
Measutronics and HYPACK will be presenting a practical multibeam survey course which will include on water training. This course will cover hardware installation, calibration, data acquisition, and post processing using HYPACK/HYSWEEP and PPK Tides in Trimble Business Center (TBC). An overview of POSPac MMS will also be presented
Seating is limited to only 10 attendees to ensure students receive ample on-board training time. Reservations are on a first come, first served basis at a cost of $2,250 per student. Due to the small class size, there is no available block of rooms, however, the closest location to both the training area and boat dock is listed below. Classes start on Monday, June 11 at noon (lunch provided) and end on Friday, June 15 at noon (lunch provided). Measutronics Corporation reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the training due to insufficient enrollment. Registration fees will be returned or credited towards a future date.
To reserve your spot, visit http://measutronics.com/registration-form
OceanWise will be facilitating a one-day workshop on 12th June 2018 in Liverpool titled ‘From liability to asset- why your data matters’
The workshop is designed exclusively for anyone working within the Ports and Harbours sector using marine, environmental and other information and data to support decision making and operations. This free one-day event will seek to explore the challenges related to data and information management and show how, by using modern improved management systems and governance, data can become an asset rather than be seen as a liability. Places are limited to around 30 delegates.
For further information or to register at www.whereyourdatamatters.com
M. Timo C. Gaida from Delft University of Technology recognised as winner of the Multispectral Challenge at GeoHab 2018
- Timo C. Gaida from Delft University of Technology was recognised as the winner of the Multispectral Challenge at GeoHab 2018 for its research paper “A multispectral Bayesian method for improved discrimination performance of seabed sediment classification using multi-frequency multibeam backscatter data”. The three judges Lloyd Huff, Jonathan Beaudoin and Chris Tiemann selected Timo C. Gaida’s research paper among six submissions from Institutions from around the world.
R2Sonic launched the Multispectral Challenge at GeoHab 2017, following the introduction of the Multispectral Mode available with R2Sonic Multibeam Echosounder Sonic 2026. This new feature enables the collection of multi-frequency backscatter data, spatially and temporally coincident, using one system only. Surveying the seafloor with this new feature will result in different measured acoustic responses which was suggested that it could help improve bottom characterisation.
The goal of Multispectral Challenge was to develop an algorithm that robustly and repeatedly determines bottom type based on multispectral data.
All research papers took different mathematical approaches to attempt to segment the seafloor based on multispectral backscatter data. Learn more about all six papers here.
All papers concluded that access to synchronised (in time and space) multi-frequency backscatter data is a cornerstone in the development of solutions for bottom characterisation.
If you’re interested in conducting research on multispectral seafloor characterisation and want access to the data set or would like to collect multispectral backscatter data in a specific area, please contact R2Sonic: [email protected]
All-Energy 2018, the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference and the co-located Smart Urban Mobility Solutions (SUMS 2018) attracted four government ministers, total attendance of over 7,000 and plaudits a-plenty.
Held at Glasgow’s SEC on 2 and 3 May the duo of events saw the First Minister of Scotland, Rt Hon Nicola Sturgeon MSP and Humza Yousaf MSP, Minister for Transport and the Islands both deliver keynote speeches and tour the show on Day 1. And on Day 2, Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, and Rt Hon Claire Perry MP, Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth similarly delivered keynote addresses, with the UK Minister undertaking a tour of the show, and briefly attending a POWERful Women networking event.
Information on all aspects of All-Energy and SUMS 2018 is at www.all-energy.co.uk and www.smarturbanmobilitysolutions.com as is information on exhibiting in 2019. Conference presentations will be online within two weeks enabling those wanting to recapture what they heard, or who missed a session to catch up free of charge.
WHO’S ON THE MOVE
The National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) has elected two new board members as it looks to expand its capabilities in the growing renewables, mining, defence and aquaculture sectors. Following a strategic review, NSRI identified the need to restructure in order to reflect the global energy transition. Although still heavily focused on the oil and gas market, the organisation will be looking to enhance its offerings to better support other offshore sectors.
Simon Cheeseman, of the ORE Catapult and Claus Hjoerringgaard of Wood Clean Energy have joined the board of NSRI to support the organisation’s plans to support UK companies break into multiple energy markets.A former marine engineer, Mr Cheeseman joined the ORE Catapult in February 2014. He is responsible for managing the organisation’s marine renewables strategy, identifying the wave and tidal technology innovation needs. Previously, he worked with the Energy Technologies Institute, where he was marine programme manager for a range of high profile wave and tidal development projects.
Mr Hjoerringgaard, currently managing director of Wood Clean Energy brings more than 25 years of experience having been involved in all aspects of commercial, technical and legal issues within the energy sector. Prior to joining Wood Clean Energy, he held a number of senior roles at Mott MacDonald, heading up its renewable and power distribution divisions.
As the focal point for research and development activities in the UK subsea industry, NSRI has evolved over the past five years, widening its remit to support the growing opportunities in the wider subsea and marine sectors.
Under the leadership of NSRI chairman, Peter Blake, the newly elected board members will ensure the organisation continues to foster strong links with the UK supply chain and academia to address the technology needs of the current and future energy mix.
For further information, visit http://www.nsri.co.uk/
GEOSIGHT is an emerging Salisbury (UK) based multi-disciplinary geospatial survey company regulated by the RICS and members of the UK Survey Association. Due to continued growth we are looking to appoint a suitably qualified geomatics surveyor to be based from their Salisbury Office.
GEOSIGHT are particularly interested in candidates who are Chartered Surveyors with the RICS, and who have interests and experience with Precise Vessel Dimensional Control Surveys in support of offshore survey operations. It would also be of benefit if you have had experience in conducting Topographic Surveys, Measured Building Surveys, Boundary Surveys and Engineering Surveys using total stations and 3D laser scanners.
Principally however, if you have a passion for the science of surveying and the complete understanding of its core principles, GEOSIGHT would love to hear from you. They would particularly like to hear from you if you share their values of hard work and commitment, honesty and positivity, and if you want to be more than just an employee and contribute to helping direct a path towards continued professionalism and growth.
GEOSIGHT will offer a competitive salary commensurate with relevant experience, with additional allowances for qualifying work, which includes work away from home or out of hours working.
At GEOSIGHT, they empower diversity, autonomy and creativity, and recognise people working with them as autonomous adults; people who are friends, partners and parents. That means they don’t know what is best for you, you do. GEOSIGHT want to enable you to embrace all your roles and responsibilities whilst having a fulfilling career. GEOSIGHT don’t want employees, they want people to come on a journey with them.
If you like the sound of what you have read about GEOSIGHT, then please submit your C.V and covering letter to Brian Gamet via email – [email protected]
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