RS Aqua becomes reseller for Maritime Robotics’ autonomous solutions
Portsmouth-based ocean science and marine industry expert RS Aqua have signed a reseller agreement with Norwegian autonomous solutions provider Maritime Robotics. This enables RS Aqua to distribute Maritime Robotics' innovative uncrewed systems as part of their carefully selected product portfolio within their respective markets.
RS Aqua has been operating in the UK and globally for over 40 years, offering carefully selected technology systems and services for successful discovery, exploration, and advancement of the blue economy. Meanwhile, Maritime Robotics has been revolutionizing the ocean space with innovative uncrewed solutions since 2005, delivering products that enable high-quality, cost-effective, and sustainable operations for their customers.
The agreement will benefit customers across industries, including marine science, offshore energy, defense, and environmental monitoring, by providing them with cutting-edge autonomous solutions through an expanded reach.
«At RS Aqua, we are delighted to say that we have officially partnered with Maritime Robotics through this new reseller agreement. We are hugely impressed with the Otter USV technology that Maritime Robotics has to offer. Over the past two years, we’ve delivered this leading technology to a number of our clients in the UK Defence and Science sectors. » said Martin Stemp, Managing Director at RS Aqua.
«Robotics and uncrewed survey systems are widespread throughout the ocean tech community; officially formalising our relationship between RS Aqua and Maritime Robotics makes it even easier and more cost-effective for the UK community to access exceptional technologies.” Martin Stemp explains.
"At Maritime Robotics, we are dedicated to becoming the premier global provider of autonomous solutions in the ocean space," said Kristoffer Fortun, CSO of Maritime Robotics. "We are happy to have RS Aqua as a reseller, and we believe this partnership will help us achieve our vision while expanding our reach into new markets."