Ocean Infinity, a leading marine robotics and deep sea data acquisition company, is implementing ShipManager fleet management software for 17 new robotic ships and additional autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs).
Ocean Infinity is excited to announce plans for the next phase of its Armada fleet of robotic vessels with a signed contract for eight 78-meter, optionally crewed robotic vessels.
Shell and offshore robotic ship operator Ocean Infinity have signed a joint development agreement to combine expertise and assets to execute multiclient seep hunter projects.
Armada, with a focus on combining technology and sustainability, will initially add fifteen bespoke designed marine robots to Ocean Infinity’s current fleet of autonomous underwater vehicles.
Ocean Infinity, is pleased to confirm that, having entered into an agreement with Ardent, the marine services company, it has now completed a project which entailed conducting urgent subsea search,
Ocean Infinity, the next generation seabed survey and ocean exploration company, confirms that having successfully discovered the wreck of the lost South Korean tanker, Stellar Daisy.
Ocean Infinity has successfully located the wreck of the lost South Korean tanker, Stellar Daisy, at a depth of 3461 meter in the South Atlantic Ocean, approximately 1800 nautical miles due west of Cape Town.
Ocean Infinity, the next generation seabed survey and ocean exploration company, announces that its vessel, Seabed Constructor, sets sail from Cape Town to begin the search for the lost South Korean ship, Stellar Daisy.