Articles & Whitepapers
In its most basic application, an AOPS is deployed primarily in support of an offshore asset, such as a subsea vehicle or a sensor package, or an activity, such as monitoring a decommissioned wellhead. The customer or end user of that hardware or service may have goals to reduce costs, improve safety, or deliver net zero operations. Almost everyone involved in the ocean economy is ...
Equipment: M75 autonomous security & rescue vessel Main process: On June 27 2018, two drowning victims were rescued by Oceanalpha’s M75 unmanned surface vessel(USV). This a very ...
On February 15th, an incredible unmanned surface vessels (USV) fleet was staged at the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. The bridge, which has just been completed, is the longest sea- crossing bridge in the world, connecting Zhuhai with Hong Kong and ...
Equipment & Solutions
CRAB is an easy-to-operate, active oil slicks optical detector. The instrument detects the presence of oil films on the water surface using optical sensing with a vertical laser beam and measuring the differences in the reflection properties of water and oil products. CRAB sensor detects any type of oil regardless of its nature, physical characteristics, and chemical content.