Original Link: https://www.facebook.com/roversgsar/photos/a.237625657020394/284627832320176/?type=3&theater Thanks to PanGeo Subsea for their donation of $500 towards our UAV fundraiser. Here’s a picture of Moya Cahill of PanGeo Subsea presenting the cheque to Rover Randy Sparks.
Original Link: http://www.releases.gov.nl.ca/releases/2018/tcii/0816n02.aspx The Honourable Christopher Mitchelmore, Minister of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation, today toured PanGeo Subsea Inc., to receive an update on the development of PanGeo’s SeaKite, a Remote Operated Tow Vehicle (ROTV)/ Sub-Bottom Imager (SBI) that provides cutting-edge 3D sub-seabed imaging capability on an active towed platform.
News Article: New ROV to carry out unexploded clearance work in Netherlands.
PanGeo Subsea are proud of what our Employees do outwith their day to day work to help our community. A great example of this can be seen in the article below about our Office Admin Manager, Danielle Kerr, who is a volunteer with Befriend a Child in Aberdeen: How volunteering for befriending scheme has led…
We are delighted to be featured in the latest edition of Business & Industry Today after being chosen as one of the top 20 best exhibitors at Ocean Business Southampton April 2017!
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new and updated website which shows the latest SBI and AC set-ups. We are currently working on new deployment platforms for the SBI and they should appear on the website soon. Please let us know what you think of it.
Another busy day for PanGeo at Oceanology International China in Qingdao. This year we took part from the Canada stand but we also had our agents presenting from their own stands.
After completing successful initial trials in Denmark, PanGeo is targeting to have its latest development, SBI SeaKite ready for full commercial use in the 2018 survey season
For more information please click on the link below: https://www.eiva.com/about/the-eiva-log/show/expanding-the-payload-of-the-scanfish-rotv-sensor-platform-by-700-?Action=1&PID=7483
Full article: http://www.owjonline.com/news/view,blyth-project-highlights-benefits-of-technology-and-early-surveys_48575.htm