• The following companies will be undertaking demonstrations on the water so far. Please visit this webpage again closer to the event for updates on the demonstration programme.

    The Portacabin is opposite Dock Edge door 3.

    Deep Trekker Inc

    Deep Trekker will take the stage at Oceanology International demonstrating its latest underwater robotic systems. Through the development of innovative technologies, Deep Trekker continues to deliver affordable, compact and portable, multidisciplinary ROVs that significantly broaden our knowledge of the blue planet.

    Tuesday - Thursday 2.30pm - 3.30pm each day
    Stand E600


    Having been with the Oceanology International community since 2000, GNOM ROV will launch the new model ACCU GNOM which is independent on the line power supply and new compact ROV GNOM-PRO-4G at this year’s event.

    Tuesday - Thursday 12pm - 1pm each day
    Stand N201

    Maritime Robotics

    Norway-based Maritime Robotics is a leading provider of innovative unmanned solutions for maritime operations in harsh environments. Daily demonstrations will take place dockside of the company’s portable OTTER™ Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV), which is a turn-key and easily deployable system for seabed mapping and monitoring of sheltered waters.

    Tuesday - Thursday 1.15pm - 2.15pm each day
    Stand C500 shared with Innovation Norway

  • RTsys

    RTsys will release its newest products and software dedicated to complete its underwater acoustics solutions. A new buoy called SYPod with web access via Internet will allow users to monitor noise in real-time from any computer. The brand-new 16 hydrophone channels acquisition system MULTHY will also be revealed as well as RESONANCE which will allow users to check in real-time data from sensors (temperature, oxygen, pressure, turbidity, acoustics) underwater.

    Tuesday - Thursday 9.30am - 10.30am each day
    Stand J551

    Seafloor Systems, Inc.

    Seafloor will be exhibiting the ground breaking EchoBoat ASV 1.8m Unmanned Surface Vehicle, featuring Seafloor’s innovative hot-swappable sensor module capability.  Quickly swap sensor modules from multibeam/IMU, singlebeam echosounder, ADCP, subbottom profiler, and sidescan sonar sensor packages.  Additionally, with Seafloor’s externally mounted attachment assembly, multiple sensors can be deployed from the vehicle simultaneously.

    Tuesday - Thursday 3.45pm - 4.45pm each day
    Stand B200

    Sonardyne International Ltd

    Each day at OI, we'll be running in-water demonstrations of our USBL positioning systems, tracking underwater drones fitted with our Nano positioning transponder. You’ll get to see first-hand how easily and reliably you can get to work, even in the difficult conditions of a busy dockside. You’ll also gain an understanding of how our technology can help you to operate swarm technology, using our built-in group “SMS” features.

    Throughout event - dockside demo separate to main programme
    Stand F300

  • Teledyne Marine

    Throughout OI 2018, Teledyne Marine will be demonstrating our technology both on-water and via dockside demonstrations.  Our on-water demonstrations will highlight our full hydrographic survey capabilities including Oceanscience’s rapidCAST underway profiler and RESON’s SeaBat T-50-R and T20 sonars integrated with Caris and PDS software.  Our dockside demos will include a full suite of Teledyne Marine hardware and software to illustrate our combined solutions for port and harbor security and infrastructure applications.

    Tuesday - Thursday 10.45am - 11.45am each day
    Stand F100, G100


    QPS will be streaming live from the SeaRobotics ASV “ASV Harry” directly to their stand. Visitors are invited to the stand H100 to see how QPS QINSy software can acquire data at the same time as guiding the ASV fully autonomously.

    Details: Throughout event at Stand H100


    As the USV sector is growing rapidly, iXblue launched a new 8-metre multi-purpose autonomous surface craft to offer a cost-efficient solution for customers in the Ocean Science and Energy markets. With proven offshore navigation capabilities, and a top speed unique in its category (14 knots) for fast mission reallocation, DriX takes the USV role several steps further. Offering better efficiency and the possibility to add many different sensors into the water, DriX truly is a unique platform operating today and ready for future developments. Multiple demonstrations will occur on the dockside throughout each day, with a dedicated viewing area located in South Gallery Room 11.

    Details: Throughout event at Stand E100 and South Gallery Room 11


  • Coda Octopus

    Experience the Breakwater Construction Simulator, using the CodaOctopus® Construction Monitoring Software (CMS). Visitors to the stand can step into a breakwater excavator crane simulator, and virtually operate the crane to complete a simulated breakwater using data from an Echoscope® real time 3D sonar and CMS.

    Details: Throughout event at Stand A220

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