Osiris Projects are confirmed to exhibit at Oceanology International 2012 at ExCeL, London. The company will be showcasing their expertise within the field of ultra-high resolution shallow water survey and, subject to work schedules, demonstrating their 27.5m semi-SWATH specialist coastal survey vessel, Bibby Tethra.
Osiris Projects are market leaders in ultra-high resolution hydrographic and geophysical surveys, specialising in the provision of bespoke solutions to all types of shallow water survey requirements. A dedicated team of more than fifty Wirral-based full time professional staff provide a broad range of experience and expertise covering the disciplines of hydrography, engineering geophysics, maritime archaeology, marine geotechnics and engineering geology.
Launched in 2011, Bibby Tethra provides an exceptionally stable working platform due to her advanced hull design and ultra-quiet, extremely economical operating profile. Tethra offers a number of unique features for a vessel of this size, including Dynamic Positioning (DP1), dual propulsion systems and comfortable air-conditioned accommodation for up to sixteen.
Oceanology International is the global forum where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the marine technology and ocean science community, improving their strategies for measuring, exploiting, protecting and operating in the world’s oceans. Osiris Projects are positioned close to the vessel demonstration area on stand P600.
Subsea World News Staff , January 18, 2012; Image: Osiris Projects