The Underwater Technology Podcast

Pod 31 - Luke Alden, International Submarine Engineering, subsea innovators in the west of Canada

October 15, 2020 Steve Hall, Society for Underwater Technology & Luke Alden, International Submarine Engineering Season 1 Episode 31
The Underwater Technology Podcast
Pod 31 - Luke Alden, International Submarine Engineering, subsea innovators in the west of Canada
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The Underwater Technology Podcast
Pod 31 - Luke Alden, International Submarine Engineering, subsea innovators in the west of Canada
Oct 15, 2020 Season 1 Episode 31
Steve Hall, Society for Underwater Technology & Luke Alden, International Submarine Engineering

Pod 31, 15th October 2020 - SUT CEO Steve Hall interviews Luke Alden, a Mechanical Designer working for International Submarine Engineering in British Columbia, Canada. Luke's background is in industrial design, working on projects such as the design of aircraft cockpit instrument layouts and watertight doors for lifeboats. He moved to Canada and joined ISE, a company that has been a pioneer in the development and operation of marine autonomous systems, industrial remote operated vehicles and semi-submersible platforms for long-range surveillance and patrol. 
Luke tells us some of the rich history of ISE, which included the famous 'Theseus' vehicle we spoke to Bruce Butler about back in Pod 15, and moves on to the present-day 'Explorer' vehicle, before talking about future developments. 
Find out more about ISE at http://www.ise.bc.ca/ & you can contact Luke at lalden@ise.bc.ca
Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, email Steve at steve.hall@sut.org 
We're making a special Question & Answer episode for broadcast in December 2020 so please get in touch if you have questions on any aspects of ocean technology or for our previous guests.
Thanks to Emily Boddy for podcast artwork and composing and performing the podcast theme music. 
See you next week!

Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)

Show Notes

Pod 31, 15th October 2020 - SUT CEO Steve Hall interviews Luke Alden, a Mechanical Designer working for International Submarine Engineering in British Columbia, Canada. Luke's background is in industrial design, working on projects such as the design of aircraft cockpit instrument layouts and watertight doors for lifeboats. He moved to Canada and joined ISE, a company that has been a pioneer in the development and operation of marine autonomous systems, industrial remote operated vehicles and semi-submersible platforms for long-range surveillance and patrol. 
Luke tells us some of the rich history of ISE, which included the famous 'Theseus' vehicle we spoke to Bruce Butler about back in Pod 15, and moves on to the present-day 'Explorer' vehicle, before talking about future developments. 
Find out more about ISE at http://www.ise.bc.ca/ & you can contact Luke at lalden@ise.bc.ca
Find out more about SUT at www.sut.org, email Steve at steve.hall@sut.org 
We're making a special Question & Answer episode for broadcast in December 2020 so please get in touch if you have questions on any aspects of ocean technology or for our previous guests.
Thanks to Emily Boddy for podcast artwork and composing and performing the podcast theme music. 
See you next week!

Support the show (https://www.justgiving.com/soc-underwatertech)