A subsea services company based in the north-east of England has launched its new control room, the result of £24 million worth of investment.
Aberdeen-headquartered remote inspection technology firm Air Control Entech plans to double headcount and open new offices after a “record” year.
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Air Control Entech has won a £175,000 government grant to advance its offshore drones for the next generation of wireless technology.
The boss at M2 Subsea (M2S) has jumped ship to another remotely-operated-vehicle (ROV) specialist after “winding down” the firm -- less than three years after its launch.
A new generation of underwater robots are helping BP learn more about the subsea environment.
Forum Energy Technologies said it has received an order to supply three remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for its multi-purpose ice-class vessel currently under construction in Singapore.
Subsea technology provider Forum Energy Technologies (UK) has unveiled one of the largest test tanks in north east Scotland and received industry accreditation for the calibration laboratory at its new European Operational Centre in Aberdeen.
Subsea Expo 2016 has proved worthwhile for exhibitors at the show who have reported a high level activity and deals being confirmed on the stands.