Oceaneering looking to enhance its ocean data capabilities with new technology

Oceaneering looking to enhance its ocean data capabilities with new technology

Texas-headquartered subsea engineering and applied technology company Oceaneering International is set to integrate technology from a local firm that aims to “enhance its capabilities in ocean data management and visualization”.

Source: Terradepth

Terradepth, an Austin-based provider of ocean data management solutions, reported in mid-April that it had welcomed Oceaneering as the new customer for its Absolute Ocean (AO) technology.

According to the company, the solution empowers organizations to manage, analyze, visualize, and disseminate ocean data in near real-time, enabling better decision-making, and through its immersive geospatial data management platform allows users to navigate complex ocean data efficiently and effectively, requiring no prior training.

Oceaneering also recently placed an order with a UK-headquartered company for a next-generation auto-drop piston corer expected to enable time-saving for subsea geotechnical surveying.

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“We’re honored to welcome Oceaneering into our ecosystem at Terradepth. Their decision to choose AO for ocean data management and visualization underscores the industry’s recognition of our cutting-edge solutions. Together, we’re poised to drive unprecedented advancements in subsea data management and visualization,” said Joe Wolfel, CEO of Terradepth.

Terradepth earlier this year launched a project in cooperation with Italian transmission system operator (TSO) Terna focused on testing innovative approaches to surveying the seabed for planning environmentally friendly submarine electrical connections.

As part of Project Odisseo, the first test was conducted off the coast near the port of Casamicciola Terme, on the island of Ischia, Naples, Italy, by using a submarine drone.