Subsea environmental monitoring
At METAS we develop and produce technological marine monitoring solutions with an emphasis on acoustics. METAS bridges the gap between scientific output and industrial needs bringing scientific knowledge and tools to market enabling sustainable optimisation of marine resource harvesting. This is achieved with advanced modelling and operational real time monitoring of industrial development impact on marine life and habitats. Examples include biomass and distribution to the fishing industry and monitoring of coral reefs in close proximity of oil drilling activity.
June 13th 2012: METAS awarded Subsea Upcoming Company of the Year. Award ceremony at Underwater Technology Conference in Bergen, Norway 13th of June 2012.
August 30th 2011: METAS makes a presentation at the Connect Oil and Gas partners forum.
November 2010: METAS is awarded research project funding for leak detection of oil and gas from subsea installations using acoustic technology from the Research Council of Norway.
September 2010: METAS tests its latest camera system.
September 2010: METAS announces research project for acoustic detection of co2 emissions underwater.
August 2010: METAS moves to Åstveit.
April 2010: Peregrino lander is deployed of the coast of Brazil.
October 2009: Morvin lander is deployed in the Northsea.