Cooperation agreement with NHS

Date: 27/05/2017 Cooperation agreement with Norwegian Hydrographic Services We are very happy to announce the signing of a cooperation agreement between the Norwegian Hydrographic Services (NHS) and Maritime Robotics. Mapping of the Norwegian marine environment is more important than ever, and visionary leaders within NHS saw that autonomous vehicles had the potential to significantly improve[…]

Maritime Robotics and Seabed GeoSolutions

Date: 26/05/2017 Maritime Robotics and Seabed GeoSolutions introduces world´s first USV system in the seismic business Throughout numerous offshore trials and deployments in 2016, Maritime Robotics and Seabed GeoSolutions have quietly been qualifying the Mariner USV to become a revolutionary tool for their seismic operation. Early 2017 a long-term contract was signed, and the Mariner USV[…]

Fugro Alumaster converted to USV

Date: 05/05/2017 Fugro Alumaster converted to Unmanned Survey Vehicle Some users want the option of using their survey boat in an unmanned mode, while still having the option of manned use. Other users see a potential in using Unmanned Surface Vehicles, but are not yet ready to take the cost of investing in a custom USV[…]

Mission with NTNU around Frøya

Date: 12/05/2017 For a week in May Maritime Robotics joined SINTEF and NTNU for the ENTiCE project work onboard the NTNU research vessel R/V Gunnerus.  This mission was conducted in the coastal area of Mausund,  outside Trondheim.   The area is highly productive and important for Norwegian commercial fisheries. The ENTiCE project aims to develop new[…]