Liquid Robotics Joins NOC Marine Robotics Innovation Centre

Liquid Robotics has become the newest Associate Member of the National Oceanography Centre’s (NOC) Marine Robotics Innovation Centre.

Kevin Forshaw, associate director, innovation and enterprise at the NOC said, “As the Liquid Robotics Wave Glider was invented to provide ocean researchers with reliable and persistent monitoring, we’re thrilled to welcome them to the Innovation Centre and to be working closely with them on the advancement of marine autonomy.”

The Wave Glider is a vital part of the NOC’s autonomous fleet, and in September of this year three Wave Gliders were deployed off the coast of North West Scotland as part of the NOC’s Exploring Ocean Fronts project.

“We are delighted to deepen our relationship with the NOC and establish our presence at the Marine Robotics Innovation Centre in the UK,” said Daniel J. Middleton, executive vice president of global sales and business development, Liquid Robotics. “We share NOC’s priority on the vital role our ocean plays in addressing the biggest challenges facing society and look forward to collaborating on sustainable marine robotics solutions.”

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