17th century wreck found intact

A 400 year old wreck has been found virtually intact at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. The wreck was discovered by our vessel Franklin and documented together with Deep Sea Productions on behalf of the Swedish Television (SVT). A total of 8 episodes were recorded and will be broadcasted every Thursday night until the 3rd of January 2008Further information available at Deep Sea…

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Nord Stream

MMT AB carries out detailed investigations for the Nord Stream pipeline, Russia to Germany Since April 2007, MMT AB (Marin Mätteknik AB) has been carrying out detailed seabed investigations for the Nord Stream natural gas pipeline between Russia and Germany.The mapping assignment is conducted from three different survey vessels, Triad (26 meters), Pollux (40 meters) and Franklin (56 meters).MMT…

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MMT AB purchases work class ROV

COMANCHE is a work-class ROV system that has been designed to carry up to 200 kg payload. Its maximum operative depth is 2000m. In addition it is equipped with cameras sonar and one 7 function and one 4 function manipulator. Capability The ROV uses a 7 thruster configuration to provide maximum horizontal and vertical lifting capability. 3 digital Video cameras together with GIS interfaced digital…

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North Sea operation

MMT AB (Marin Mätteknik AB) has recently successfully completed a 36 day workperiod for BGR in the German Economic Zone of the North Sea. The operation was conducted from MMT AB survey vessel Franklin during June and July this year. MMT AB was contracted for the work by BGR (Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe) which is the German Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural…

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Skanled pipeline

MMT AB (Marin Mätteknik AB) has recently successfully completed the marine survey for the planned Skanled pipelineThe project has been performed for Gassco A/S, who intends to build a nature gas pipeline from Norway to the Swedish westcoast and to Jylland.The marine survey was conducted by MMT AB’s survey vessels Franklin and Ping. The seabed has been mapped in a wide corridor in order to…

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