In January 2018, under contract to the Malaysian Government, Ocean Infinity undertook a 90-day survey campaign to find the wreckage.
The aircraft is believed to lie in 4000-6000 meters along the “7th Arc” in the Southern Indian Ocean, one of the most remote locations in the world. The seabed conditions varied from abyssal plain to complex bathymetric features such as the Broken Ridge seamounts.
The autonomous underwater vehicles are equipped with pioneering obstacle avoidance capabilities, which allowed Ocean Infinity to navigate this challenging environment. Sadly, after 138 days and 125,000km2 of searching, the aircraft remains missing. Ocean Infinity covered 125,000km2 of seabed in 138 days. This is equivalent to just over the size of Los Angeles. Other survey vessels covered the same area in 837 days. Ocean Infinity’s ability to operate at an unprecedented speed and scale also saw a significant reduction in carbon emissions and fuel consumption. Ocean Infinity used 80% less fuel and emitted 72% less CO2 that an average survey vessel did during this search.
The offshore team are responsible for ensuring that our pioneering technology is operated safely and efficiently. We operate smoothly and work as a team to produce the highest quality results for our clients.
The commercial team are responsible for driving the growth of Ocean Infinity. We have a very exciting mission as we innovate and disrupt the sea bed intelligence space through innovative engagements with a very diverse group of clients all over the world.
The operations team ensure that we can operate around the globe, effectively delivering high-quality results to our clients. We ensure that company can map the sea floor at an unprecedented scale and speed. The operations team are fast, forward thinkers who work precisely and attentively.
The technical team are leading experts in sub-sea exploratory technology. The team are curious and push boundaries by advancing autonomous technical capabilities.
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