SROV presentation at Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference

We are happy to announce that Ola Oskarsson, Founder and CTO of MMT, will give a presentation on” “3D visualization of subsea structures” at Offshore Energy Conference on the 14th of October in Amsterdam.The Offshore Energy Conference is a platform for discussing key topics and solutions for the offshore community and we are pleased to be part of the technical session on subsea processing…

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Secured Call-Off Contract with Shell

MMT are very pleased to announce that we have signed a call-off Contract with Shell in Europe for ROV survey services.The call-off contract covers a survey program with various types of surveys and MMT are especially pleased for Shells interest in MMT´s new SROV – Surveyor Interceptor ROV. "This is a huge milestone and acknowledgement for us at MMT", says Stefan Eliasson, CEO at MMT. "We…

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Meet MMT at Shallow Survey Conference 2015

Meet MMT on stand L4 at Shallow Survey 2015 to find out about our latest surveys in UK waters and more.The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency will host "Shallow Survey 2015" and a number of associated events in Plymouth, Devon, United Kingdom, from 14-18 September 2015 at Plymouth University facilities. With almost 40 years’ experience of hydrographic…

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MMT wins the UXO contract for Race Bank

MMT has been granted a contract from DONG Energy Wind Power for UXO inspections and excavations of various contacts with option on disposal and removal at Race Bank Offshore Wind Farm, off the east coast of England.The Race Bank project is planned with 91 wind turbine generators, two offshore substations and two export cables. Based on previous surveys, a number of ferromagnetic and acoustic…

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MMT sponsor marine archeology investigations

As constantly being on the forefront on R&D, MMT is pleased to announce their participation and sponsorship on the investigation on the 530 year old wreck Gribshunden outside Ronneby, Sweden. MMT and MARIS (the Maritime Archaeological Research Institute) at Södertörn University have evaluated different techniques to map archaeological remains. The wreck Gribshunden has been one of the…

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