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MOORED BALLOON SYSTEM [MBS] Persistent 24/7 aerial surveillance with EO/IR/AIS sensors in any weather condition
UNMANNED SURFACE VEHICLE [USV] Cost-efficient and risk-reducing maritime data acquisition on and into the seas
UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM [UAS] Long range fixed-wing unmanned aircraft system for data acquisition over larger areas
Latest news about Maritime Robotics and our industry
Maritime Robotics in Istanbul: Attending the UN summit on humanitarian assistance The world is witnessing the highest level of human suffering since the Second World War. This is why, for the first time in the 70-year history of the United Nations, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has convened the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul on 23[…]
OceanEye® 100 is here! An even more compact version of the OceanEye® is now available. The OceanEye® 100 may be the model for users that want a more compact system with reduced set of features compared to the original OceanEye® system, that has now been given the model name OceanEye® 200. The most notable difference between OceanEye® 100[…]
OceanEye® finds new markets in hydrocarbon exploration OceanEye® is now offered as a standard component in CGG’s NPA Satellite Mapping and Robertson Geolab (Geolab) methodology to find and verify hydrocarbon seepages on the sea-surface. The combined solution offers the ability to combine offshore seepage mapping with a follow up validation service of in-situ slick observation[…]
Maritime Robotics will become the consortium leader in a innovative RnD project that will experiment with robotic inspection, monitoring and maintenance of fish farm installations. The project team consists of leading and complimentary expertise from the partners Maritime Robotics AS, SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture, Argus Remote Systems AS, Lerow AS, ACE Test Center and WavEC.[…]
We made new partner with CIRFA CIRFA is a centre for research-based innovation (CRI (SFI in Norwegian)), which was granted funding from the Research Council of Norway in November 2014. The Centre shall do research on methods and technologies that can reliably detect, monitor, integrate and interpret multi-sensor data describing the physical environment of the[…]
Soon it may be easier to design, plan and carry out infrastructure operations in deep water. The EU project called “SWARMs” aims to achieve this by integrating autonomous vehicles such as ROVs and AUVs. Read the full article at gemini.no In the years ahead, the number of infrastructure operations carried out in deep water will increase.[…]
KNM Nansen could test their drills for nærforsvar heading into the Trondheim Fjord. Battle Group Waxwing from HV-12 surprised with an attack to train its excellent sea-colleagues in the military. With a speedboat, a larger multipurpose vessel and a remote-controlled drone went task force to attack, with a number of “Selection funds” as light rockets and[…]
Unmanned Surface Vehicles can reduce the time it takes to map the seabed Autonomous : The Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) from Maritime Robotics has for some period been tested in the Trondheimsfjord in Norway. Now, it is also equipped with multi sonar from Norbit to map the seabed . The unmanned boat is approximately 6 meters long[…]
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@ Istanbul, Turkey
Maritime Robotics in Istanbul: Attending UN summit on humanitarian assistance The world is witnessing the highest level of human suffering since the Second World War. This is why, for the first time in the 70-year history of the United Nations, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has convened the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul on 23 -24 May.
@ Oslo, Norway Undersea Defence Technology (UDT), taking place from 1-3 June 2016 is the underwater defence and security community’s most relevant exhibition and conference. It brings together professionals from the military, industry and academia to focus on the cutting edge technologies and developments within one of the harshest environments known to man.
Maritime Robotics is a leading provider of innovative unmanned solutions for maritime operations in harsh environments
With technology developed in close collaboration with both civilian, governmental and military partners, Maritime Robotics focuses on delivering high-quality system solutions and products that are cost-efficient, reduce HSE risk exposure and are highly deployable, in any conditions. Our technologies and products operates unmanned in the air and on the surface, and can gather data ranging from air to subsea. We believe that the future of maritime operations will enable more unmanned data aquisition, driving industry standards and continually broadening operational possibilities. Our headquarter is situated in Norway’s technology capital, Trondheim, staffed by a highly competent team of engineers and personnel, with a global network of clients and partners. Our department will at any time provide you with information and resources upon request, as well as assist you in finding the right solution for your maritime operation.