The following companies will be bringing their vessel to Oi18.

  • Braveheart Marine BV

    This vessel is only a few months old and it’s built by Javelin International in Urk, The Netherlands. Braveheart Marine use the vessel for hydrographic survey and crew tender activities. In the dock of the Oceanology International we’ll do demonstrations in cooperation with Telledyne/Reson. Come on board and experience the Javelin 25.25

    Vessel name: Patriot
    Vessel type: Javelin 25.25 (Hydrographic survey and crew tender vessel)
    Length: 26M

    Throughout the event at Stand H650

    Briggs Marine & Environmental Services

    Briggs Coastal Survey Vessels provide safe and effective platforms for undertaking water column, trawl, dredge and other survey activities. Coastal Survey Vessel capabilities lie in bathymetric surveys, environmental surveys including; benthic sampling, underwater video, trawling and water column sampling, oceanographic surveys including; deployment of ADCP, Waverider buoys, towed instruments, CTD etc., marine mammal and seabird surveys, and renewable energy surveys and investigation works.

    Vessel name: Solent Guardian
    Vessel Type:  Coastal Survey Vessel
    Vessel length: 18.3m
    We will be inviting Coda Octopus on board to demonstrate their revolutionary technology. Coda Octopus is an industry leader in the development and production of real-time 3D imaging and mapping sonars.

    Throughout event at Stand J501

    CMS-Geotech Ltd

    MV FlatHolm is a 24m British registered multirole survey and research vessel with proven capabilities across broad sectors since 1990, specialising in geotechnical, geophysical and environmental surveys throughout North West Europe. As a regular visitor to ExCel, this year FlatHolm will exhibit our Datem Neptune 5000 CPT recently used for UXO detection and engineering surveys in London in association with various piling works and the construction of the Thames Tideway Tunnel.

    Vessel name: MV FlatHolm
    Vessel Type:  Multirole survey and research vessel
    Vessel length: 24m

    Throughout event at Stand F391


    NORBIT, together with the Port of London Authority, welcome you aboard Thame, PLA's latest addition to their fleet of dedicated survey vessels. Thame is fully outfitted for high resolution seafloor, mid-water and water surface, as well as terrestrial remote sensing and surveillance. NORBIT is showcasing dual swath multibeam solution, 3D structure scanning behind obstacles, forward looking multibeam, shoreline/infrastructure LiDAR and a comprehensive automatic alert system (oil, fire, ice, man overboard) - a full situation awareness, from bathymetric surveys in complex environments to efficient oil spill recovery.

    Vessel name: Thame
    Vessel length: 14.2m

    Throughout event at Stand B550


    R2Sonic LLC

    Maplin is a Port Of London Authority 18.5m long survey vessel chartered by R2Sonic LLC at Oi 2018 to demonstrate the Sonic 2024 wideband high resolution multibeam echosounder.  Experts will highlight R2Sonic exclusive features:

    • the Ultra High Density (UHD)
    • the Ultra High Resolution (UHR)
    • the Pipeline Mode
    • the Multispectral Mode
    • TruePix™

    The survey vessel Maplin will be doing the demo circuit afloat around the docks at every top of the hour, except at 12pm.

    Vessel name: Maplin
    Vessel type:  Survey Vessel
    Vessel length: 18.5m

    Throughout event at Stand J100


    Sea-Kit International Ltd

     A brief description of the vessel – SEA-KIT™ Vessels are the first truly offshore capable, long range, long endurance Unmanned Surface Vessels. Offering up to 12,000nm range and endurance measured in months rather than days. SEA-KIT™ can be used for a multitude of maritime tasks and is designed as a platform that can easily accept different sensor suites and equipment packages. SEA-KIT™ is designed to be deployed using a standard 40ft ISO container in order to simplify and drastically reduce mobilisation costs.

    SEA-KIT™ was conceived as a response to the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE and is the chosen platform for the GEBCO-NF Alumni Team. During the XPRIZE competition the team demonstrated a new and unique ability to launch, recover and control a large AUV remotely whilst perform a high quality, deep-water bathymetric survey mission.

    Vessel name: USV Maxlimer
    Vessel type:  Unmanned Surface Vessel
    Vessel length: 11.75m

    Stand number the vessel belongs to: D600


  • Hays Ships - Kommandoren

    Visitor information: The vessel will be alongside the dock and will not be conducting demonstrations. Kommandoren will be a reception vessel for the duration of the stay. Background information: Hays Ships Ltd is bringing the Baltic trader that they describe as “our Good Lady Kommandoren” to Oceanology this year. Kommandoren was built in 1891 at Karrebaeksminde, Denmark and is typical of a small Danish cargo vessel of the period.

    Vessel name: Hays Ships
    Vessel type:  Kommandoren
    Vessel length: 19.96m





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