Unmanned Vehicles

MTR100: Seafloor Systems, Inc.

Formed in 1999 by veteran U.S. Navy Hydrographer John Tamplin, Seafloor Systems provides a full spectrum of hydrographic survey equipment, software, personnel, training and support,

Liquid Robotics Adds New Executive Talent

Dr. David McLaren has joined Liquid Robotics as the company’s new Senior Vice President of Engineering. A consumer imaging and technology veteran, McLaren brings

Schmidt Selects Sonardyne Navigation for SuBastian

The international science community’s newest ocean research platform, a deep-rated remotely operated vehicle (ROV) called SuBastian, will be positioned and navigated

MTR100: Kraken

Kraken Sonar Systems Inc. is a world leader in advanced sonar and sensor technology. Kraken’s AquaPix has set a new standard for high-speed, high-resolution underwater imaging.

MTR100: EvoLogics

Founded in 2000 by a group of international scientists and R&D experts, German high-tech enterprise EvoLogics GmbH specializes in underwater acoustic communications,

ROVOP to Create New Jobs on GoM Growth

Independent subsea remotely operated vehicle (ROV) service provider, ROVOP, is set to increase its Houston workforce as a result of further business growth including

ROV Dredger Goes to Work in Singapore

 Ellicott Dredge Technologies (EDT) announced the successful start up and installation of a state-of-the-art Mud Cat brand remotely operated vehicle (ROV) at the

MTR100: Hydroid

Hydroid, Inc. – a part of Kongsberg Maritime’s autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) group since its acquisition by Norwegian technology conglomerate Kongsberg Gruppen

Fugro Supports Total Ultra-Deep Water Drilling Campaign

Fugro has been awarded a contract by Total E&P Uruguay B.V. to support its drilling campaign offshore Uruguay. The contract provides for ROV and tooling services in the Raya-1 field in 3,

Ashtead Supports BP’s Quad 204 Redevelopment

Ashtead Technology has successfully completed a subsea integrity management project to support BP’s Quad 204 redevelopment of the Schiehallion and Loyal fields, West of Shetland.

IKM Subsea Wins ROV Service Work for Statoil

IKM Subsea AS (IKM) said it has been awarded a contract for ROV and subsea services for Visund and Snorre B with Statoil.    The contract has duration of 10 years

Custom ROV Solution for Stinger Technology

Stinger Technology AS has taken delivery of a customized Seaeye Falcon ROV to be used for offshore subsea operations under a contract awarded by Dong Energy.    The

Autonomous Boat Deployed to Monitor Ocean Noise

A new project in Plymouth aims to find out how increasing levels of manmade noise in the sea is affecting marine life.    Plymouth University Marine Institute

Thales to Take Key Role in 'Exercise Unmanned Warrior'

Thales is set to play a key role in a major U.K. Royal Navy exercise later this year to understand how unmanned systems might add real innovative operational capability

ROVOP Sees Success Despite Downturn

Independent subsea remotely operated vehicle (ROV) service provider ROVOP has announced contract wins worth more than $4 million spanning oil and gas and offshore wind projects in the North Sea,

ASV Global Secures Orders for 6 New USVs

Unmanned and autonomous surface vehicle technology manufacturer ASV Global said it has secured orders to design and build six new unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) for SeaTrepid DeepSea.

Demo Event Showcases Cutting-edge Offshore Instrumentation

Internationally developed pioneering subsea technologies aiming to improve working practices in the offshore sector have been showcased in Aberdeen.   Organized

AUV Demand to Grow 49% by 2020 -Report

Demand for autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) is expected to increase in the commercial, military and research sectors over the next five years at a CAGR of 10 percent,

Fugro Slashes Jobs, Sheds Subsea Business Unit

Marine engineer Fugro announced a further 600 job cuts and the sale of one of its business units as it battles to cut costs in response to weak oil and gas prices.

Sunken WWI Battleship HMS Hampshire Surveyed

A secret mission to persuade Tsar Nicholas II of Russia to stay in the First World War failed when Britain’s Secretary of State for War Lord Kitchener and over

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