Nekton and Teledyne Marine have a shared common purpose to lead the discovery, and enhance the understanding of our oceans.

Nekton logo blueTeledyne Marine offers the largest breadth of marine technology in the industry. The Sea of Solutions including Imaging, Instruments, Interconnect, Seismic and Vehicles technology are all required to lead the pioneering exploration of the ocean and enhance the understanding of its health and its resilience.

Teledyne Marine and Nekton successfully partnered on Mission I to the NW Atlantic with Nekton generating a global audience of over 800m, discovering over 100 new species, confirming the existence of a massive new ecosystem (The Rariphotic Zone from 130m to 300m), launching an Alliance of 40 world-leading organizations including UNESCO, Ocean Elders, IUCN, University of Oxford and Google-YouTube. Learn more about this project with our case study synopsis ‘High definition cameras pivotal to deep ocean scientific research during Nekton’s first Mission in the North West Atlantic’ and the official Nekton-Teledyne Marine Technology Partner video.

Teledyne Marine is extremely proud to form a collaboration partnership with Nekton to support Mission II: Indian Ocean 2019-2022. The Mission Trailer can be viewed here.

As Nekton’s Official Subsea Technology Partner, Teledyne Marine will contribute equipment, technology and support for Mission II, with the aim to significantly increase research productivity and above all, help to explore our planet’s last great frontier and accelerate its sustainable governance.

Nekton Oxford Deep Ocean Research Institute undertakes multidisciplinary scientific research into the state of the deep ocean, the planet’s most critical yet least explored ecosystem. As a centre for innovation, Nekton invests in initiatives that accelerate scientific discovery and ocean governance. Nekton is a charity, established in the UK, with headquarters in Oxford, working with the University of Oxford.

Oliver Steeds, Chief Executive and Professor Alex Rogers, Science Director will be presenting the official findings and exploration research from Mission I on July 12th 2018. Stay tuned for the public release of these findings in the following weeks across Nekton’s communication network and through their Mission Partners.

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