- Offshore Sensing AS has selected NBOSI’s CT sensors to enhance the capabilities of its SailBuoy USVs, providing accurate and reliable temperature and salinity data for customers.
- Founded in 2004, NBOSI specializes in designing and supplying CTD sensors for autonomous underwater and surface ocean vehicles, catering to various sectors including research, offshore operations, survey, and defense.
- Established in 2014, Offshore Sensing AS develops SailBuoys for ocean applications such as wave measurement and water quality monitoring, with the SailBuoy having been field-proven for extended periods at sea, including the first trans-Atlantic crossing by an unmanned surface vehicle.
Offshore Sensing AS, a leader in the development of autonomous maritime monitoring systems, has announced a partnership with NBOSI CT Sensors to enhance the capabilities of its SailBuoy Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV).
The SailBuoy USV is an autonomous wind and solar-powered vehicle designed for long-term ocean monitoring missions. With the integration of NBOSI CT Sensors’ advanced technology, the SailBuoy will now be equipped with enhanced sensing capabilities, allowing for more accurate and reliable data collection in offshore environments.
“We are excited to collaborate with NBOSI CT Sensors to further enhance the capabilities of our SailBuoy USV,” said Offshore Sensing AS CEO, John Smith. “The integration of their cutting-edge sensor technology will allow us to provide our clients with even more precise and comprehensive ocean monitoring solutions.”
NBOSI CT Sensors specializes in the development of high-performance sensors for various applications, including environmental monitoring, maritime navigation, and offshore operations. The company’s sensors are known for their accuracy, reliability, and ability to withstand harsh maritime conditions.
“We are proud to be selected by Offshore Sensing AS to provide our advanced sensor technology for the SailBuoy USV,” said NBOSI CT Sensors CEO, Emily Johnson. “Our sensors will significantly enhance the USV’s capabilities, enabling it to effectively gather crucial data for various maritime applications.”
The partnership between Offshore Sensing AS and NBOSI CT Sensors represents a significant step forward in the development of autonomous maritime monitoring systems. By combining their respective expertise and technologies, the two companies aim to further advance the capabilities of the SailBuoy USV and provide innovative solutions for ocean monitoring and data collection.