EXCLUSIVE: The remote control centre changing vessel operations forever

Low-angle shot of the Ocean Infinity RCC, with pods visible against a wall with a large illuminated Ocean Infinity logo

An exclusive tour around Ocean Infinity’s world-first remote control hub that’s about to go live, from Ocean Infinity’s Marine Robotics Expert Dan Hook.

Conducting maritime and subsea operations lean crewed or entirely remotely is a problem with many moving parts. Maritime Journal met one company that can lay claim to world dominance in this rapidly emerging field.

This young company has a huge vision: that the way we use robotics at sea can now be taken several massive steps further. It could come as a surprise to the users of the nearby Lidl that the activities taking place in this giant silver building in Woolston stand a very good chance of changing the way in which seabed and maritime activities are conducted, all over the world, forever.

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