Our News

The latest news and developments from HydroSurv™


TEAM EXPANSION | HydroSurv™ welcomes Robert Moores

1st April 2020
As we continue to grow, we extend a warm welcome to Robert Moores who joins HydroSurv™ in the role of Survey Manager. Robert is an IHO category A qualified hydrographic surveyor with 7 years’ experience working on large scale survey and construction projects. He joins us from the offshore industry having previously worked on cutting-edge autonomous USV and AUV ventures.

REAV-16 | New Product Launch

16th March 2020
Naturally, we were disappointed not to reveal our new REAV-16 Unmanned Surface Vehicle on the UK Research & Innovation exhibition stand at OI2020 in March – but you can see a video of our newest product on the water by viewing this YouTube link - https://youtu.be/KtsGokyolpw. The boat also made an appearance with one of our suppliers, Dynautics at their virtual exhibition by viewing this YouTube link. https://youtu.be/KAHWL-tIvq4


5th March 2020
HydroSurv™ would like to let you know that notwithstanding the current challenges of the COVID-19 situation, we are looking forward to seeing you at Oceanology International 2020 Exhibition and Conference which has now been rescheduled to 1-3rd December 2020. In the meantime, we are continuing to operate as close as we can to business as usual as possible, so please do reach out to us anytime. #staysafe

HydroSurv™ joins Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult's 'Powered By' initiative

9th January 2020
OREC are collaborators with HydroSurv™ on two Research & Development projects funded by UK Research and Innovation. Having seen great potential in HydroSurv™ to grow and develop within offshore renewable energy, we have joined a new initiative called Powered By ORE Catapult which recognises the highly promising companies with which OREC collaborate

SEAWYND | Autonomous Inspection of Seabed and Splash Zone Structures for Offshore Wind Arrays

17 December 2019
HydroSurv™ is collaborating with MarynSol Ltd on a project which aims to develop SeaWynd, an integrated multi-sensor suite designed to collect and collate structural data from the seabed-to-splashzone non-invasively from a nearby robotic Unmanned Surface Vehicle. Using both LIDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) and MBES (Multi-beam Echo Sounder) sensors to generate point clouds above and below the water's surface, combined with calibrated HD video imagery to produce high-resolution textures, a full three-dimensional model of the surveyed area can be produced.