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RMS Titanic Inc. | Date: 2012-04-30

Computer software for the collection, organizing, transmission, storage and sharing of data and information about the luxury steamship, the Titanic; computer game software for video gaming; computer software platforms for the collection, organizing, transmission, storage and sharing of data and information about the luxury steamship, the Titanic, its component parts and related artifacts and location thereof; multimedia software recorded on CD-ROM, prerecorded DVDs, and prerecorded video recordings, all featuring information, illustrations, atlas and mapping materials, and images of or about the luxury steamship, the Titanic, its component parts and related artifacts and location thereof; decorative magnets featuring information, illustrations, atlas and mapping materials, and printed images of or about the luxury steamship, the Titanic, its component parts and related artifacts and location thereof. Art prints, photographic prints, books, posters, postcards, greeting cards, note pads, paperweights, bookmarks and playing cards, all featuring information, illustrations, atlas and mapping materials, and images of or about the luxury steamship, the Titanic, its component parts and related artifacts and location thereof. T-shirts, headwear, jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts. Retail store services, mail order services and catalogue ordering services, all in the field of replicas of artifacts recovered from the luxury steamship, the Titanic, and its wreck site; on-line retail store services featuring replicas of artifacts recovered from the luxury steamship, the Titanic, and its wreck site. Educational and entertainment services, namely, conducting live stage performances in the nature of lectures and displaying a series of films and photographic slides featuring oceanic and underwater salvage and exploration for the sunken luxury steamship, the Titanic; conducting educational exhibitions in the nature of oceanic and underwater salvage and exploration for the sunken luxury steamship, the Titanic; all the foregoing based on information, illustrations, atlas and mapping materials, and images of or about the luxury steamship, the Titanic, its component parts and related artifacts and location thereof; providing academic and entertainment services, namely, classes, seminars, workshops, and group discussions, all relating to the luxury steamship, the Titanic; developing for others educational materials in the nature of illustrations, atlas and mapping materials, and images of or about the luxury steamship, the Titanic, its component parts and related artifacts and location thereof. Scientific research relating to the luxury steamship, the Titanic.


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RMS Titanic Inc. | Date: 1998-09-22

jewelry, both costume and precious metals, namely necklaces, pendants, brooches, rings, pins, earrings, bracelets, watches, watch bands, cuff links, and clocks.


Vrana K.J.,Maritime Heritage Consulting | Nargeolet P.-H.,RMS Titanic Inc | Sauder W.,RMS Titanic Inc | Klingelhofer A.,RMS Titanic Inc | And 7 more authors.
Marine Technology Society Journal | Year: 2012

Since its loss 100 years ago, RMS Titanic continues to captivate people worldwide as an epic story of tragedy at sea and as an iconic shipwreck with many mysteries still to be unraveled from its physical remains on the ocean bottom. RMS Titanic, Inc., has completed eight expeditions to RMS Titanic in its capacity as salvor-in-possession. These efforts include the first comprehensive remotesensing survey of the shipwreck site in 2010. During this time, the company's focus has evolved from marine salvage to treatment of RMS Titanic as an archaeological site. An important tool in archaeological interpretation of historic shipwrecks is a geographic information system (GIS). In 2006, RMS Titanic, Inc., formally initiated the GIS-based Titanic Mapping Project. Components of the Titanic Mapping Project include data rescue, digital transfer of film media, design of GIS methodology, verification and rectification of positioning data from original field records, preparation of detailed profiles for all recovered artifacts, development of GIS attribute tables for recovered artifacts and key in situ site features, and integration of remote-sensing data from Titanic Expedition 2010. With information on over 5,500 accessioned artifacts organized within the GIS, the company looks forward to making substantive contributions to deepwater archaeological research and forensic investigations of the shipwreck site. In combination with current architectural- and engineering-related knowledge of RMS Titanic, new light can be cast on such topics as the wrecking event during that fateful night in 1912. Source


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RMS Titanic Inc. | Date: 1995-09-06

decorative crystal giftware, namely bowls, decanters, candlesticks and cake plates; decorative plates; dishes; glassware, namely glass bowls, drinking glasses; and containers made of glass and lucite.

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