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Ocean Infinity signs agreement with US Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command

Ocean Infinity has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the US  Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (NMOC), based at the Space Center in Stennis, MS.  During the next five years the collaboration will focus on combining and expanding technologies relating to a broad range of deep-water platforms and sensors focused on undersea data gathering and analysis.

Ocean Infinity – the worlds’ most technologically advanced subsea operator

Since its launch in July 2017 Ocean Infinity has developed the next generation of undersea data gathering techniques.  Over the course of the last 12 months the systems and processes used by Ocean Infinity have changed materially from the initial operational concepts and ideas.  Today, no one else in the world leverages underwater technology in the same way.  Ocean Infinity’s innovative, dynamic and cost-effective approach to undersea data is of relevance to everyone who has a need or desire to better understand the ocean and seabed environment whether they be from the military, government or commercial sectors.

CEO Oliver Plunkett of Ocean Infinity commented, “We are very focused on being at the forefront of technology and this agreement to work and share knowledge with the US Navy’s experts in underwater data is an important part of maintaining our position as a world leader.  The team at Ocean Infinity have high expectations about what can be achieved and consider it a great privilege to have been given the opportunity. ”

Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command Rear Adm. John Okon, commented “This agreement is a natural fit between two entities striving to be at the cutting edge. Our organizations are developing integrated operational procedures which fully utilize the capabilities of autonomous platforms such as operating multiple surface and subsurface vehicles at one time to rapidly collect and disseminate critical bathymetric observations to the fleet.”