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 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.
Hydrason’s WBS System is in Canada taking part in the international ExRAISe Experiment organised by DRDC Atlantic, 4th to 15th May 2015. Alongside a prototype low frequency system and high end SAS (Synthetic Aperture Sonar), the WBS is being used to characterise mine-like objects based on their acoustic signatures.
Hydrason has been selected as a finalist for Cleantech Innovate Scotland 2015. Hydrason’s WBS system presents a valuable support technology for more efficient installation and maintenance of infrastructure to secure our low carbon future.
ITF Technology Showcase
Hydrason has been at the ITF Technology Showcase at the AECC in Aberdeen this week. Thanks to all at OGIC/CENSIS for helping to make our participation in the Innovation Pavilion a success.
Hydrason in Japan
Hydrason is joining the SDI Trade Mission to Japan, Sept/Oct 2014. Starting in Tokyo, the mission transfers to Kobe for the TechnoOcean 2014 conference and exhibition at the Kobe International Exhibition Hall.
Hydrason continues to strengthen its R&D base. Our latest recruit joined the company as research engineer in April bringing valuable new skills in classification and signal and image processing.