Nicosia, Cyprus (April 16, 2018) Cyprus Subsea Consulting and Services C.S.C.S. Ltd (Nicosia, Cyprus) is pleased to announce the signing of an exclusive representation agreement with MetOcean Telematics. (Nova Scotia, Canada). The contract was signed on 17 July 2017 and gives exclusive rights to CSCS to promote, support and sell MetOcean Telematics products and services in Cyprus and Greece. Pictured are CSCS Managing Director, Daniel Hayes and MetOcean Telematics President & CEO Tony Chedrawy.
MetOcean Telematics develops and manufactures state-of-the-art data acquisition and end-to-end telematics solutions, with a focus on niche MetOcean solutions and custom Defense and Security products. A leader in integrated systems used for real-time environmental monitoring, with specialization in the production of air and ship-deployed drifting buoys, search and rescue buoys, ice platforms and acoustic systems. Its products are used to support a wide variety of scientific, commercial and government organizations, worldwide.
CSCS is excited to expand its existing capabilities for open ocean surveys (designing, implementing, analyzing and reporting) and ocean current modelling and forecasting services. In particular, its experience in autonomous platforms and data fusion with models is complementary to the high caliber equipment and communication offerings of MetOcean Telematics. As a result, new and/or improved products and services are currently being jointly developed.
CSCS has recently begun providing the iSPHERE oil spill tracking buoys to the offshore market. The iSPHERE buoy uses the bi-directional Iridium® satellite system to communicate and to transmit essential scientific data. The oil spill tracking buoys have been demonstrated along with the MetOcean Telematics Iridium SLDMB (iSLDMB) search and rescue drifters, during the Cyprus JRCC exercise “NEMESIS” which took place in October 2017.
The iSLDMB is an innovative, rugged, and compact A-size Self Locating Datum Marker Buoy, which was designed and tested to meet the stringent performance requirements of coastguards for Search and Rescue (SAR) operations in the open ocean.