Hydrason returns to Japan at the end of November to kickoff new subsea development programmes with major Japanese corporations operating in the subsea sector. Hydrason has won c. £170k funding from Scottish Enterprise to support this effort under the Joint Ocean Initiative with the Nippon Foundation. At launch, David Rennie Head of Energy, Oil and […]
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Hydrason is returning to the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in September to continue work on its deepwater development. This programme funded with assistance from Innovate UK will enable us to operate reliable full bandwidth systems to 3000 m water depths.
Hydrason Technology is featured in the August 2017 issue of InnovOil. This special issue is focused on robotic technologies for oil & gas and reports on an OGIC sponsored programme to develop Hydrason’s subsea sensing technologies in collaboration with the Ocean Systems Laboratory (OSL).
Hydrason is taking part in the SDI organised Subsea Trade Mission to Japan, 26th to 30th July 2017. SDI staff and participants line up for a group photo during Wednesday’s International Trade Seminar at the British Embassy in Tokyo.
Starting in April 2017 Hydrason Solutions Limited is supplying sensors and expertise for the HOME-Offshore programme, which aims to bring increased autonomy and health monitoring for complex assets in the Renewables sector. The £4M programme is driven by an industry consortium including DONG, Siemens Wind, GE Energy Solutions, Scottish Power Energy Networks, Offshore Renewable Energy […]
Hydrason CTO, Yan Pailhas, is the 2016 recipient of the prestigious A.B. Wood medal. The medal is awarded annually by the Institute of Acoustics (IOA) in recognition of a leading international researchers outstanding contribution to Underwater Acoustics. The award presentation was made by Peter Dobbins, chair of the IOA’s Underwater Acoustics Group, at the Acoustic […]
Subsea Expo 2016, the world’s largest subsea exhibition and conference is running in Aberdeen this week, 3rd-5th February. Come and see us at the OGIC Innovation Zone, on stand 11.
Hydrason’s WBS technology has been making the news. Hear BBC Scotland science correspondent Kenneth Macdonald reporting on these new techniques, which can be used to hunt mines and protect offshore wind and oil installations: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-35120535
Hydrason in Japan Hydrason returns to Japan this week with the Scottish Development International (SDI) Subsea trade mission. This event is an international showcase for the best of Scottish technology and innovation and aims to establish enduring links with major engineering corporations and agencies with interests in the subsea sector.
Hydrason assisting Ocean Systems Lab operations for wideband sonar and sidescan archaeological surveys off Tallinn, Estonia, July 2015.