Offshore energy is not new to us; it’s been the core of our business for over five decades so we can help you on your path to sustainability.
We’re able to help you get the answers you need for impact studies with a wide range of in-situ sensing solutions designed for long endurance seabed deployment, onboard analytics, high bandwidth seafloor-to-surface-to-desk data recovery, and positioning solutions for instruments, divers, vehicles and vessels.
UXO surveys, site characterisation, remediation
Our acoustic-inertial technology portfolio offers versatile solutions for survey, identification and clearance project phases utilising remote and autonomous vehicles, vessels-of-opportunity and uncrewed surface vessels – solutions that are helping mitigate risk.
Reducing risk, reducing complexity, reducing time offshore. Our trusted techniques and systems support your goals for installing fixed and floating wind turbines, with less hardware, in less time and with less people.
Wind farm operations and predictive maintenance
Our expertise encompasses life-of-farm autonomous networks of sensors to monitor seabed deformation, current and tidal profiling, array cables and structure-mounted mooring line and corrosion monitoring instruments with data analyses onboard, delivered on-demand direct to you.
Vessel systems, including uncrewed
We’re able to extend the operational capability of your wind farm vessel fleet, reduce downtime and enable your team to remotely support offshore operations from onshore. And with solutions for uncrewed vessels, we can deliver your data faster, safer and more sustainably than ever.
Survey, remove, install, monitor, maintain. Your applications, our innovations.
Sustainable, safe, efficient
Carbon neutral by 2025
We’re aiming to become carbon neutral by the end of 2025, an ambitious goal which covers direct and indirect emissions, including those associated with manufacturing as well as supply chain activities, from our UK sites and operations. It cements our long-term commitment to being an environmentally responsible and sustainable company to do business with.
Remote, over-the-horizon, uncrewed
Operating remotely and managing projects with less people offshore is more important than ever, so we’ve created new products and services to be by your side, even when we can’t be. Innovations such as ROAM which connects our experts to your team during live operations, and a fully managed data harvesting service using USVs.
Efficient, smart, quick
Our field-proven, low-risk technology is designed to let you achieve more with less hardware deployed on the seabed, efficiencies that save not just hours but days of vessel time, and without compromising the specifications set for your project.
Renewables case studies
GPS-Acoustics unlock a new approach to seabed geodetics
Guest authors, Liquid Robotics, take a closer look at seafloor geodesy, an emerging scientiﬁc ﬁeld that is making the real-time study of continental plate tectonics a cost-effective and viable option.
Guest Author: Liquid Robotics
6G modems make the connection between data and decisions
Learn how RPS Ocean Science used our modem technology to measure seabed current proﬁle data at the Walker Ridge area in the Gulf of Mexico, and wirelessly transmit the observations to the surface for instant analysis.
Client: RPS Ocean Science
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
How to optimise carbon storage monitoring with marine robotics
Climate change is driving a ramping up of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects globally, as countries work to reduce their emissions. There’s also more focus on how to make sure the stuff stays stored in the ground. Read on to hear about our involvement.
Partners: Fugro, National Oceanographic Centre (NOC), British Geological Survey (BGS) and Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML)
Deploy, retrieve, repeat – made easy with RT 6 acoustic release
Shallow water isn’t any less demanding than deep water. DynamOcean operates in tidal estuaries with fast-flowing water and ever-changing environmental settings. Using our acoustic releases and underwater positioning technology they were able to reliably deploy and retrieve their ADCP sensors.
Using a hammer to crack a nut? Try using a USV instead
USVs are no longer a niche tool used within defence, they’re now regularly patrolling our oceans, gathering hydrographic and oceanographic data. Is it time that they were also used to support smarter, cleaner and more cost-effective offshore construction operations? Ed Moller, Head of Energy, thinks so.
Engineering the future of offshore energy 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 for renewables; 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 offshore wind. Work with us and be part of the next chapter.