Meet us at Oceanology International 2016
MMT celebrates 40 years in the marine survey business this year and the celebration starts at Oceanology International, stand F601, at London ExCel, on the 15-17 March 2016.
Oceanology International’s world-class exhibition and conference help organisations reach buyers from key market regions and sectors worldwide and helps them improve their strategies for measuring, exploiting, protecting and operating in the world’s oceans. MMT will showcase their latest developments and results on their ultra-efficient Surveyor Interceptor ROV. After a period with intense research and development work, MMT launched the survey ROV—Surveyor Interceptor (SROV) in 2015. Unsurpassed resolution and performance with substantial cost savings!
An increased expansion of offshore installations has required a new and innovative approach to UXO detection, excavation, verification and clearance. Through intense R&D work with new survey methods to optimize the target identification, MMT is today a preferred supplier for UXO surveys to many high-end clients within the Renewable Energy and Oil and Gas sector. In 2015 MMT performed four successful UXO projects with their geophysical and UXO surveys combined with proven equipment and data processing. MMT has gained extensive experience in searching for ammunition and mines through a long work history in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea over the past 40 years.
Do not miss our daily presentations on stand F601:
Reporting counts!—Geotechnical, marine geology, data processing and reporting. Looking for cost-savings? MMT delivers!
(Håkan Sundin, Geotechnical Manager, Therese Sundberg, Geology Manager, Lars Persson, Data Processing Manager)
From possible minefield to ALARP certification!—UXO surveys & disposal
(Erik Uvebrant, Operational Survey Manager, Nils Ingvarson, CCO)
Surveyor Interceptor ROV (SROV): High resolution—High efficiency; the new generation survey!
(Audun Brandtzaeg, MD MMT Norway)
Come by for a chat, free drink and meet our sales and tech team!