MMT establishes a US office
From today, MMT has a local entity established in Boston, Massachusetts. The main purpose is to further strengthen the efforts in providing high quality geophysical and geotechnical marine surveys along the US East Coast for the offshore renewables market. “We consider this move to be of great strategic importance. The aim is to strengthen the […]
MMT sets up a local branch in Trinidad and Tobago
As a continuation of the inspection/IMR work performed the past two years together with Reach Subsea in Trinidad and Tobago, MMT has now established an local branch. This is the next step to further increase the work capabilities in the region.
CSA Ocean Sciences and MMT join forces
CSA Ocean Sciences (CSA), an international provider of marine environmental services, today announced they are joining forces with MMT, an international provider of superior technical geophysical and survey services for the offshore Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, and Interconnector industries. The strategic alliance will provide combined services for the Americas offshore markets. Mr. Kevin Peterson, CSA’s […]
Discovery of an intact Renaissance shipwreck in the Baltic Sea
An international team of scientists have discovered the remains of a pristine Early Modern Period (Late 15th Century-Early 16th Century) shipwreck in the Baltic Sea using state-of-the-art underwater robotics. This is a very important discovery as it is exceptionally rare to find ships that predates the larger and more powerful ships later in history. The […]
MMT awarded a contract
MMT was awarded a contract to perform a geophysical soil investigation of the Ten Noorden van de Waddeneilanden Wind Farm Zone.
MMT focuses on image processing
Since the revolutionary launch of the Surveyor ROV as primary tool of inspection and survey through the production of High-Resolution imagery, MMT now takes a new step forward. In a long-term collaboration, of more than a decade, between industry and academic research MMT and Reach have succesfully conducted deep sea (up to 2200 m deep) high resolution […]