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Sea Technology Services enters into Strategic Alliance with Australian company, Blue Ocean Monitoring

Sea Technology Services (Pty) Ltd (“STS”) is very pleased to announce that it has entered into a Strategic Business Alliance Agreement (“Alliance”) with Blue Ocean Monitoring (“BOM”). 



Trawl Net Mounted Sea-Bird SBE 19plus V2 CTD – 180 Successful Deployments

With over 180 trawl mounted CTD deployments successfully completed by Dr Larry Hutchings (Ma-RE, UCT) using a Sea-Bird SBE 19plus V2 CTD system mounted in a Sea Technology Services ruggedized Trawl Net Instrument Casing, Sea Technology Services is pleased to announce the awarding of an order from Nautic for a duplicate of this system.


New STS Acoustic Calibration Control Units Installed on Hawaii and San Diego Based Ships


Newly designed and enhanced models of Sea Technology Services Hydro-Acoustic Calibration Control Units have been completed and installed aboard the NOAA Pacific Islands


See you at Oceanology International 2014!

The Sea Technology Services team will be attending Oceanology International 2014 and we would like to meet you, so please feel free to drop us a line so that we can arrange to have a chat in London.






Ocean Robotics Science and Engineering Capability in South Africa – A Leap Forward

Sea Technology Services has recently provided operational, piloting and engineering support for the deployments in the Southern Ocean of a Liquid Robotics Wave Glider and an iRobot Seaglider under the CSIR’s Southern Ocean Carbon-Climate Observatory (SOCCO) program.


Slocum G2 Glider Piloting And Engineering Support Now Available In South Africa

Sea Technology Services engineers, Derek Needham and André Hoek, in support of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s Ocean Systems & Climate group’s recent Slocum G2 glider acquisition, attended a piloting, maintenance and technical refurbishment course at the Teledyne Webb Research facility in Falmouth, Massachusetts, U.S.A.


Acoustic Optical Sensor III production begins

Development and testing of an enhanced version of the Sea Technology Services' Acoustic Optical Sensor (AOS) units has been successfully completed and a production phase has begun, with a delivery of eight systems to NOAA’s Advanced Survey Technologies (AST) group scheduled for November.