Mariscope Meerestechnik

Partner

  • AC-Cess

    AC-CESS is a world leading manufacturer of remotely operated vehicles (ROV) and underwater inspection systems and products for the remote visual inspection (RVI) of open and confined spaces. We deliver underwater inspection solutions to the global subsea, oil and gas, military, marine and research industries.

    Delivering breakthrough ROV technologies that have redefined the capabilities and characteristics of small ROV systems, AC-CESS is at the forefront of shallow and deep water ROV design. As manufacturer of the AC-ROV 100 Underwater Inspection System and the AC-ROV 3000 Fly Out System we enable unrivalled ROV inspection and ingress capabilities.

    Our highly experienced world wide distribution network is supported by an in-house project engineering capability that provides custom solutions designed with your application in mind. 

    Based in Aberdeen, Scotland, AC-CESS is a subsidiary of All Oceans Engineering Ltd.

  • Ecos Canarias

    ECOS is a consultancy that provides environmental consulting and R & D both private companies and public bodies.

    ECOS born after a long experience in the world of marine and coastal research, after applying our knowledge and enthusiasm in getting the most suitable instruments for environmental management.

    Our goal is to offer concrete solutions to environmental problems of wide spectrum efficiency and reliability, by providing tools aimed at sustainable development, where the economic and social development with conservation of the environment and its resources are integrated.

  • Plocan

    The Oceanic Platform of the Canary Islands (PLOCAN) is a general marine science and technology mobilisation initiative that seeks to obtain the international socioeconomic business competitiveness derived from access to the oceanic space.

    The plan is to construct and operate an oceanic platform to install a group of experimentation facilities and laboratories, located on the border of the continental platform, with which to initiate stable oceanic occupation and operations and from where it will be possible to access the deep ocean, using and operating, either connected or by remote control, all kinds of vehicles, underwater work machinery and instruments to observe, produce and take advantage of resources, or install underwater facilities at depths at which, up until now, only fuel prospecting and extraction companies have been able to operate. All these objectives would be carried out with sufficient environmental guarantees and in a socially acceptable manner.

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