Clinton Marine Survey AB

Clinton Marine Survey AB is a fairly new company in the European survey market, being a subsidiary to Clinton Mätkonsult AB who has been investigating Swedish coastal waters since 2001. A new subsidiary was established in 2014 to further continue growth and investment in the areas of geophysical and hydrographical mapping. They explain: “the key at Clinton is competence and with that competence we have made good progress in finding high resolution and cost effective solutions”.

They are eager to show Clinton to the European market, and to talk about their high resolution and cost effective solutions. Their vessel Northern Wind carried out demonstrations for Kongsberg on the waters outside ExCeL.

“We are a new, hot company on the market with interesting technical solutions and strive to deliver high resolution and cost effective products,” they explain, adding: “OI is one of the largest events in the offshore business. It’s a great opportunity for us to present Clinton to new clients, meet our suppliers and have a closer look at new technology and vessels. OI is also a great place to meet our existing clients to discuss our future plans.”

Their exhibits were of particular interest to those attending the Handling Big Data; Hydrography, Geophysics and Geotechnics; Marine Renewables; Positioning & Metrology; and Unmanned Vehicles and Vessels Showcase conference streams.

Their vessel Northern Wind was used during a large scale mapping survey for Bay of Bothnia Raahe - Oulu – Kemi; a hydrographical survey for the Finnish Transport Agency. The survey was conducted with a Kongsberg EM2040 dual head and dual swath system. A total of 1311 square kilometres of multibeam data was acquired during June to November 2015. The water depth varied between 5.5 meters to 95 meters and a total of 5500 GB of raw data has been collected. The Hydrographic Survey was performed according to the IHO S-44 ed.5 standards with FTA and SMA's common implementation of it, name FSIS-44. The results of this hydrographic survey will be used in updating nautical charts and associated navigational publications in the Bay of Bothnia.


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