The SeaDarQ radar system is used on vessels or on land to detect and track oil spill.  The system can also process radar images to extract hydrographic, oceanographic and environmental information from sea surface.

 
Mar-Limpo 2, first OSRV constructed in Brazil is fitted with SeaDarQ oil spill detection system

Mar-Limpo 2, first OSRV constructed in Brazil is fitted with SeaDarQ oil spill detection system

Mar-Limpo 2 was built in Brazil's Sao Miguel shipyard in partnership with UK power systems provider Rolls-Royce. The vessel is designed to combat oil spills at sea and is contracted by Petrobras for the coming 8 years. The Mar-Limpo 2 is the first of the series of modern OSRVs built in Brazil with an investment of approximately R $ 71 million and over 70% of local content.

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Certificate of Appreciation from Dubai

Certificate of Appreciation from Dubai

We are pleased to announce that SeaDarQ's representative in the Middle East - Global Scan Technologies is awarded for In Recognition of our OUTSTANDING SERVICE provided to Emirates Institution for Advanced Science & Technology (EIAST), Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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Sunic-Ocean takes part in a global Oil Response Initiative

Sunic-Ocean takes part in a global Oil Response Initiative

SeaDarQ representative in China - Sunic-Ocean - participated in a Oil Spill Emergency Workshop in Qingdao. Organized by Chinese MSA, the initiative aims to enhance a cooperation between IMO, IPIECA and MSA on preparedness and response to oil spills, and to promote China’s capability-building against marine oil spills. Li Guobin, who is a member of ISCO Executive Committee and the SeaDarQ agent presented the most recent development in the field of oil spill response equipment.

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SeaDarQ Oil Spill Detection Radar makes US debut in Miami

SeaDarQ Oil Spill Detection Radar makes US debut in Miami

The well-established oil spill detection system with radar – SeaDarQ conducted a live demonstration in partnership with the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science in Miami, Florida. Hosted by NortekUSA, this technical demonstration including a simulated spill using popcorn, has once again proven SeaDarQ’s capability to detect oil in various locations and weather conditions. The operation was attended by visitors from the US and the Caribbean.

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