3D at Depth featured in the MTR 100 list

Featured Articles / 17/08/2017

The Marine Technology Reporter magazine is the world’s largest audited circulation publication serving the global Marine Technology Market. Each year the magazine evaluates and ranks the 100 most influential companies serving the global marine industry to create the MTR 100 list.

3D at Depth and iXblue Develop Inertial Navigation System Aided LiDAR Data Collection Technology for Subsea Applications

Press Releases / 05/04/2017

Initial Deep water Trial Demonstrates Time Saving for High-Resolution Subsea Mapping and Metrologies BOULDER, CO–(Marketwired – April 05, 2017) – 3D at Depth, a global provider of advanced subsea LiDAR systems and solutions, is pleased to announce, the success of a recent trial using Inertial Navigation System (INS) aided LiDAR data collection from a moving platform. The project was jointly sponsored by TechnipFMC and 3D at Depth, LLC with inertial navigation partner iXblue. Under the Joint Development Agreement (JDA), 3D at Depth and iXblue successfully integrated and collected motion compensated subsea LiDAR data of an oilfield in water depths greater than 2000 meter

​MBARI collaborates with 3D at Depth on Next Generation High Resolution Bathymetry System

Featured Articles / 14/03/2017

BOULDER, CO--(Marketwired - March 14, 2017) - The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), a private, non-profit center for ocean research and technology development, is working with 3D at Depth, a global leader in subsea optical systems and solutions, on a next generation subsea LiDAR system optimized for autonomous seafloor mapping

World's First Fabrication of Subsea Well Part Using LiDAR Data and 3D Printing

Featured Articles / 31/10/2016

Project Has Cost Effective Implications Across Life of Field Programs and Intervention Planning BOULDER, CO--(Marketwired - October 31, 2016) - Fugro and 3D at Depth, a global provider of advanced subsea LiDAR systems and solutions, announce the world's first application of subsea LiDAR data used to 3D Print an accurate 1:1 physical model of a damaged well part. The ability to use accurate spatial data in subsea part fabrication with 3D printing, introduces a wide range of possibilities to reduce costs across intervention planning and Life of Field programs. The subsea part fabrication was part of a larger project conducted in early 2016, using 3D at Depth's subsea LiDAR SL 2 technology and point cloud software.