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MAPPEM Geophysics is a leader in marine resistivity imaging and electromagnetic measurements.
Site and cable route investigations are a real industrial challenge. The presence of hard materials (chalk, calcarenite, boulders, granite, etc.), cavities (karsts), shallow gas, etc. can prevent obtaining enough valuable information. Resistivity imaging therefore provides a new significant geophysical insight for your projects.
MAPPEM electromagnetic technologies are also of great interest to detect and localize buried objects, even if non-ferrous (such as LMB aluminium UXOs), even in magnetically saturated areas.
SubCtech is a German manufacturer, maker of the OceanPack ship based measurement systems used for scientific research and industrial monitoring of water quality and oceanographic parameters. SubCtech also excels in ROV and subsea Li-Ion battery technology. The…
Hydrodynamic and propulsion system design tools for naval architecture and the propeller trades – from concept to 3D CAD. Our core mission is providing engineering tools to develop ships, boats, and other marine vehicles – and their propellers – more efficiently and responsibly.
VideoRay is the largest volume producer of Underwater ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles) in the world. Established in 1999, VideoRay has worked with technology and mission partners throughout the world to develop and prove the small ROV tool for a wide range of applications.
Massa Products Corporation designs, engineers, and manufactures sonar and ultrasonic products for use in ocean, air, and fluids. Founded by Frank Massa, the man who pioneered the field of electroacoustics over 75 years ago, Massa is the only company that remains…
The Teledyne Marine Group provides a sea of solutions to the marine industry - please visit our individual companies for more detailed information on Benthos, Blueview, CDL, DG O'Brien, Gavia, Impulse,ODI, Odom Hydrographic, RD Instruments, Reson, TSS and Webb Research