The future is remote, unmanned, autonomous and all about data. It’s also already here and, in just three weeks, we’ll be letting you get hands-on to see how.
How? We’re holding live demos throughout each day at this year’s Ocean Business in Southampton, covering everything from the latest in remote operations and subsea data harvesting to our new survey and construction software.
– Joining us to demonstrate the latest in recovering data from seabed sensors such as our Fetch is XOCEAN. We’ll jointly show you how it’s possible to recover data quickly and efficiently through unmanned, over-the-horizon operations. Sign-up here>>
– We’ll also have live sessions with L3 ASV to demonstrate just what’s possible today in marine autonomous systems for survey operations, from USBL box-in to remote AUV support, including SWARM tracking and telemetry control. Sign-up here>>
– We’ll also have our experts on site to walk you through Fusion 2, our most powerful Long BaseLine and inertial navigation software yet. Our survey specialists will walk you through just how Fusion 2 can streamline your subsea construction survey operations, including through real-time SLAM Sparse LBL calibration and faster structure tracking, supported by the latest evolution of our trusted 6G platform and new Wideband 3 signal architecture. Sign-up here>>
It sounds a lot but don’t worry, each Tech Hub demos will be short, sweet and to the point, at just 20-25 minutes long. They’ll also be held throughout each day, so you can pick a session that suits your time table.
We’ve also got more to offer indoors – including a well-earned coffee. On our stand, E1, our subject matter experts will be on hand to answer all your questions about Fusion 2, as well as our class-leading hybrid navigation instrument SPRINT-Nav and our latest and most compact and portable USBL system Micro-Ranger 2. SPRINT-Nav is becoming the instrument of choice for high-demand subsea vehicles, while Micro-Ranger 2 has been proving its abilities even when tracking through cages containing hundreds of thousands of fish. Come and join us to find out what these systems can do for you.
While we can’t believe none of that will entice you to this year’s Ocean Business, we also have one more treat in store – we’ll be part of the event’s wine trail on Tuesday April 9.
So, whatever it is you’re interested in, we have it covered. Come at join us at Ocean Business at the National Oceanography in Southampton, April 9-11.