We’re here to make underwater work for you; to navigate, position, communicate, image and measure; to operate in any water depth, for any duration; and from any operational platform – crewed or robotic; safely, and responsibly.
Track, monitor, image, survey, navigation. Your applications; our innovations
From routine tasks to complex; from shallow to deep; from the seafloor to the desk; from off-the-shelf to custom-engineered, we have the technology you need to get the job done - all under one roof.
Customer success stories; our technology in action
Looking for examples of how our technology is delivering results for organisations like yours? Explore our case study library for stories from around the globe in energy, defence and science.
Micro. For when good is good enough
Micro-Ranger 2 is our smallest ever Ultra-Short BaseLine (USBL) system, designed for first-time users to unpack, install and start tracking. It’s providing an easy to deploy yet important tool for monitoring coastal habitats in Australia, as Fathom Pacific’s Director and Principal Consultant Dr Adrian Flynn sets out for us.
Client: Fathom Pacific
Ranger 2 – it’s anything but standard.
With our Ranger 2 permanently installed onboard the RRS James Cook, a team from the UK’s National Oceanography Centre (NOC) was able to significantly reduce the uncertainty around the position of their autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV).
Client: National Oceanographic Centre
Rewriting the subsea survey rules
Fusion 2 is not just simplifying offshore survey operations, it’s changing how people operate – for the better. Mike Clark, Global Survey Manager, i-Tech 7, told Baseline about their route to demonstrating reductions in offshore vessel schedules for Subsea 7’s deepwater field development projects using the real-time SLAM capability in Fusion 2.
Client: i-Tech 7
Long endurance monitoring of tectonic motion
On land, GPS and laser observations enable precise geodetic measurements. Until recently, the inability to undertake cost-effective complementary subsea has not been possible. Read how GEOMAR Helmholtz have been using our monitoring technology to measuring tectonic plate movements.
Client: GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research
Unlocking the Gulf Loop Current
Randy Watts, Professor of Oceanography at the of the University of Rhode Island, sets out how our PIES are part of a project to improve the forecasting of underwater ‘storms’ in the Gulf of Mexico.
Guest author: Professor Randy Watts, University of Rhode Island
Engineering the future of underwater technology for over 50 years
Our story began with a pioneering vision to make the future of working underwater better than the past.
This vision still guides our company today; a company that is 300 people strong in six regional locations, a company that puts everything it has into designing, building, testing, installing and supporting ground-breaking products and services; a business that takes ownership, does the right thing and delivers on the promises we make.
Our future story is safe, sustainable and economic solutions for energy, defence and science. Partner with us and be part of the next chapter.