Recent advances in marine technology have redefined the boundaries of nearshore, offshore, and deep-sea exploration. Intelligent control systems and increasingly capable marine robotics—powered by machine learning and the IoT—have extended our reach, taken us to new frontiers, and ultimately opened up new markets.
Okeanus today released further details of an active heave compensated umbilical winch and skid mounted A-Frame style LARS that was delivered to Japan’s NiGK Corporation (NIGK) earlier this year.
Okeanus today announced that it has delivered two integrated, skid-mounted winches and A-Frame LARS to C-Innovation, in Brazil. This custom deck equipment is destined for use by C-Innovation clients aboard two separate RSVs for CTD deployment at depths of up to 3,000m.
Okeanus today announced the appointment of Julie Knott as Sales Engineer to support the firm’s ongoing growth strategy. Julie comes to Okeanus with over ten years’ industry experience, the past eight spent managing complex proposals and key customer accounts.
Okeanus today announced that it has delivered one of its 3,000m, all-electric umbilical winches to SEAMOR Marine to be used with one of SEAMOR’s Chinook ROV systems. The package was then delivered to Panama where one of the country’s hydroelectric generation companies has begun using it for tunnel inspections of two hydroelectric projects on the Old Chiriqui River.
Okeanus today announced a new partnership with SeaRobotics Corporation, a leading developer of unmanned marine systems, in a move to make Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASVs) increasingly available for international rental.
Okeanus Science & Technology (Okeanus), an established provider of oceanographic rental equipment and turnkey survey systems, today revealed the latest additions to its growing portfolio of survey equipment, three leading side scan sonars from Klein Marine Systems, Inc. The Klein System 4900, System 4000, and MA-X View 600 side scan sonars have been delivered to Okeanus and are now available for rental worldwide.