A major metrology campaign conducted off the coast of Western Australia has been completed in just 26 hours thanks to the time saving features...
Oceanographic instruments measuring currents and other aspects of ocean behavior collect vast amounts of data. Processing and interpreting these...
Many universities are adding or expanding their underwater archaeology program in an effort to give students a broader educational experience and a...
During MMTs participation in the MAP project, the Surveyor Interceptor ROV (SROV) was used for geophysical surveys to detect former land surfaces...
The Challenge RTS AS needed a reliable and efficient method for wirelessly monitoring and retrieving data, in real time, from subsea structures...
The R/V Falkor will soon again be setting sail for the study of the sea – a surface microlayer and air-sea boundary cruise. ROV SuBastian is a new...
Building on OFG’s strengths in deep water Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) operations and support services, OFG has invested in a 3000m-rated...
The use of Unmanned Maritime Systems (“UMS”), Remotely Operated Vehicles (“ROV”), Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (“AUV”) as well as Unmanned Surface...
A fleet of ten marine robots has successfully completed an ambitious two-week mission off northwest Scotland, despite being hit by a succession of...
Ocean science technology company, Sonardyne Asia Pte. Ltd., Singapore, has announced that its underwater acoustic positioning technology has been...
A ground breaking underwater Flooded Member Detection (FMD) system has been launched by Impact Subsea in collaboration with Unique Group.
Pre spud buoy sets have traditionally required an LBL array for a relative positioning accuracy of better than 1m or 3ft. Using our precise inertial...
Modus Seabed Intervention, one of UK’s leading subsea specialist contractors, has secured a major contract on DONG Energy's prestigious Burbo Bank...

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