FFI´s LINE sensor – 24/06/16

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 – 15/06/16

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! – 10/06/16

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[…]