10-12 March 2026
London, Excel

OceanAlpha Group Ltd.

Stand No. G450

Are you launching or exhibiting a NEW product or service at Oceanology International 2022? Tell us More!

We will present our best solutions made for hydrographic and bathymetric application:
Single beam USV (Unmanned Surface Vehicles) SL20, Multibeam USV SL40: all these surface vehicles operate in various type of environments, they improve efficiently the productivity while ensuring safe working conditions to operators. These solutions are scalable from single beam to multi-beam with the possibility to complete the system with complementary sensors (echosounders, sonar, Lidar, ADCP...).
We also exhibit a solution for search and rescue application:
Remote-Controlled Lifebuoy Dolphin 1: the Remote-Controlled Lifebuoy is the easiest solution to deploy in seconds by one operator. Rescuer is safe and dry while the Dolphin 1 can go faster than any good swimmer to reach the victims.

Why is this exhibit so special? What makes it newsworthy?

As a high-tech company based in Hong Kong, Oceanalpha is an independent USV developer and manufacturer with more than 200 R&D personnel. Different from other peers that only provide one to three product models, we have more than 15 models of USV products with different functions covering underwater mapping, marine security, environmental protection, and offshore engineering. At this exhibition, we will showcase our most popular USV model in Europe, SL40, SL20 and Dolphin 1, and we’ll also highlights our latest large USV M40P, which is specially designed for offshore oil and gas and wind farm operation and maintenance.

Who is this featured exhibit of use to?

Underwater mapping, marine security, environmental protection, and offshore engineering.

What else will you particularly be featuring on your stand at the show?

We will be also featuring our new M40P long-endurance multi-function USV at the Oceanology International 2022.
M40P is a multi-purpose surveying unmanned surface vessel(USV) platform for estuary, on-shore, and off-shore applications.
It’s designed to facilitate efficient data acquisition for construction planning and routine maintenance in the field of offshore wind farms and oil and gas exploration. It can carry a wide range of equipments to conduct bathymetry, seabed mapping, UXO and geological hazard inspection. Multiple USVs can group up to form a fleet, navigating the same route while conducting varied inspections. The fleet can be piloted by one workstation to conduct a large scale investigation of different dimensions, significantly reducing labor costs and improving operational efficiency.

What else newsworthy can you tell us about your exhibits and your company?

The best way to see the many benefits of our hydrographic solutions is to see them in a real situation. That’s why our team will demonstrate two products every day at 11:30/12:00. These demos will be essential to see and understand the extent of our products capabilities:
- Multibeam USV SL40.
- Remote-Controlled Lifebuoy Dolphin 1.

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