On the 28 and 29 of October Sweden-based MMT will exhibit at Offshore Energy, stand 9.006, held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Offshore Energy exhibition & conference is the fastest growing gathering for offshore industry professionals and is expecting over 10 000 visitors. It takes place at Amsterdam Rai on the 28-29 October.
MMT is a supplier of survey methodologies for cable and pipeline detection and burial assessments of cables and pipelines. Constantly seeking for new cost effective methods, their latest method includes a new underwater utility survey system that brings the power of model-based processing to cable and pipeline surveys. MMT says that this, together with high resolution bathymetric, geophysical and geotechnical data, mitigates risk and reduces cost during a cable installation or during maintenance of offshore cables and pipelines.
MMT is also part of the development of a new fast specialised survey ROV. Together with their Norwegian partners Reach Subsea they have developed and recently started production of a new generation, innovative survey ROV, named Surveyor Interceptor, which is specially designed for pipeline inspection and seabed surveys. MMT says that the new ROV will provide the company’s clients with improved, accurate data to a much higher speed resulting in substantially better inspection quality at a much reduced price.
Nils Ingvarson, Project & Sales director at MMT, comments the event: “We are looking forward to this event and welcome Offshore Energy´s visitors to our stand for information and discussions regarding the best possible marine survey solutions for their offshore projects.”