New product launch!

The OTTER™ Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) is a turn-key and easily deployable system for seabed mapping and monitoring of sheltered waters. The OTTER™ is the newest member of our USV family. With a footprint of only 181 x 91 cm and a weight of 60 kg, it is an easily deployable asset that can be[…]

Welcome our new employee!

We are pleased to welcome our newest Project Manager Joel Pederick.   An Australian residing in Norway, Joel has degrees in Geomatics and Environmental Science from The University of Melbourne. He joins us after 18 years working with Schlumberger WesternGeco globally in a number of diverse roles, including in HSQE, Party Manger, and Product Champion for[…]

Welcome our new employee

  We are pleased to welcome our new employee Geir Peter Kummervold who recently got the position as Maritime Robotics new offshore USV operator.   Geir Peter has a Bachelor degree in Automation and Control Engineering, and has worked within the offshore and seismic industry for years. With his significant field experience as well as[…]

World’s first test site

World’s first test site for Unmanned Surface Vehicles September 30th, 2016 was an important day in Maritime Robotics´ history, when the worlds first officially announced test-site for Unmanned Surface Vehicles and Ships was opened in Trondheim. NTNU, Marintek and several high technology companies have signed an agreement with the maritime authorities to make Trondheimsfjorden the test site[…]

New Business Partner

SUNNYVALE, CA, September 7, 2016 – Liquid Robotics®, the leader in long-duration, unmanned ocean robots, today announced a new business and technology partnership with Maritime Robotics, Norway’s leading system integrator of autonomous maritime systems. Joining Liquid Robotics’ Open Oceans Partner Program, Maritime Robotics is now an authorized partner to sell Liquid Robotics’ Wave Gliders and[…]

FFI´s LINE sensor

Maritime Robotics has over the last year been supporting FFI (Forsvarets Forskningsinstitutt) with Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and operational capacities. The work has been focused around FFIs LINE research project. The shipping industry along the Norwegian coast is large and growing, and with many foreign boats. Many of them are carrying dangerous goods. The LINE[…]

OPV 2016

OPV (Oil On Water) 2016 This week Maritime Robotics and NOFO (Norwegian Clean Seas Association for Operating Companies), attended the OPV 2016 – (Olje På Vann / Oil On Water 2016) The goal for this test was to train on personell cooperation, handling of advanced oil safety equipment, and test the readiness against acute contamination.[…]

OceanEye® flies over the Gulf of Mexico!

Marine Spill Response Corporation upgraded their OceanEye® systems in Richmond (CA) and Houston (TX) this week. The upgrades included automatic tracking of objects, timeshift functionality and enhanced infrared vision, along with other safety-critical improvements. The upgrades were verified at an offshore field test just south of the Galveston Island (TX). The test unfolded in beautiful weather[…]

Attending the UN summit on humanitarian assistance

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 and 200 is the[…]

OceanEye® finds new markets in hydrocarbon exploration

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 enters the aquaculture business

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.[…]

Our new partner, CIRFA

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[…]

Mission “Ready ship”

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[…]