We design and build fully customizable data buoys, vertical profiler buoys and submersed profilers that fit large number of sensors, are easy to install and competitively priced. A pre-study in 2010 on Marine Surveillance undertaken by Flydog made way for Marinexplore as a spinoff startup, aimed at marine data visualization and analysis project in 2012. Floods are the most common natural disasters and the leading cause of natural disaster fatalities all over the world. Over time, all of it has played an integral part in shaping our understanding and maturing the company and our experience in the manufacturing and operational phase for the marine industry.
During the years, many interdisciplinary projects have been carried out and delivered involving mechanics, industrial design, electronics, HMI, engineering and prototyping.
Flydog’s main hardware product line includes data buoys, vertical profiler buoys, submersed profilers and custom data-loggers. We have a resourceful network of collaborators from engineering, design, and academic areas for fast, flexible and result-oriented project setup & delivery.
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
Our aim is to technologies to open up more opportunities for environmental information collection.
Over the years, we have identified an underlying trend that the marine industry continues to face, which we refer to as a ‘fragmentation crisis’. As the demand exists for a curated solution with scalable deployment of multi-vendor marine sensors with a hardware platform and advanced software which are efficient, integrated and cost effective.
The uniqueness of Flydog’s innovation lies in vertical integration of our hardware, software, services and processes to keep tight control of our curated and efficient solutions.
This solves an array of industrial, economic and social problems in the marine industry by promoting efficient and innovative engineering, removing single vendor lock-in for data-loggers, incentivizing replacement of outdated hardware, moving away from limited single purpose software applications, and challenging unrealistic pricing fallacies.