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It was February seven years ago that the Sea Technology Services designed and manufactured SkiMonkey took to the freezing waters of the South Shetland Islands in Antarctica for the first time, to send back high resolution videos and still photographs of the seabed and benthic life, for the NOAA researchers of the United States’ Antarctic Marine Living Resouces (AMLR) program.
Sea Technology Services, the Southern African representative for 13 international marine and oceanographic equipment manufacturers, inclusive of Sea-Bird Scientific, exhibited in November at the Hydro2015 conference at the Cape Town International Conference Centre (CTICC).
The expansion of the robotic fleets in the Southern Ocean and around the South African coastline, as well as the growing number of deep-sea mooring arrays deployed in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans around Southern Africa, has hilighted the need for secondary remote asset tracking systems to increase the security of recovery.
Sea Technology Services's and the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s (CSIR’s) ocean engineering internship and robotic roadshow rounds off their recruitment drive at the Zonnebloem campus of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
Sea Technology Services enters into Strategic Alliance with Australian company, Blue Ocean Monitoring
Liquid Robotics launches the Open Oceans Partner Program with Sea Technology Services as one of the Inaugural Partners
Liquid Robotics, Inc., a pioneer of unmanned ocean robots, today announced the Liquid Robotics Open Oceans Partner Program, a global technology program designed to accelerate the creation, integration and deployment of new technologies and applications for unmanned ocean systems.
As part of the Department of Forestry and Fisheries’ program to refurbish the research ship, R.S. Africana, Sea Technology Services has been awarded a contract to supply and commission a new 6000m depth rated Sea-Bird Electronics SBE-911plus CTD system and SBE-32 12-bottle Carousel system with a full suite of auxiliary optical sensors, as well as a new Sea-Bird Electronics SBE-45 Underway Thermosalinograph system.
- CSIR’s new Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider takes to the sea off Cape Town
- Sea Technology Services featured on Carte Blanche with the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the South African Marine Engineering and Robotics Center (SAMERC)
- See you at Ocean Business 2015!
- Sea Technology Services is pleased to announce its representation of Sound Ocean Systems, Inc. (SOSI) in Southern Africa