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Marine & Remote Sensing Solutions Ltd. Flag from GB

Key Facts

Marine & Remote Sensing Solutions (MARSS) is an international company pioneering sensor and satellite observation technologies for the maritime world.

  • History: Founded in 2005 with offices in London and Monaco
  • Mission: Focused on providing solutions for land and sea security, safety and efficiency
  • Business Lines: Shipping, coastal installation & land based asset protection
  • Corporate structure: Privately held company, with strategic investors including technology leaders in the defence sector
  • People: Employing some of the world’s leading scientists and engineers with skill sets from deep ocean to outer space
  • Competence: Data Integration, Data Fusion, Remote Sensing, Security, Safety, Efficiency, Seamanship
  • Partners: Development cooperation with leading forces in the maritime industry

Website http://www.marss.co.uk
Head Office Location United Kingdom
Address Suite 100, 11 St James's Place, London SW1A 1NP
Telephone +44 207 871 2800
Main area of activities
  • Hardware/software
  • Value adding services (company uses satellite data to generate products)
Name Dokken, Sverre
Position title Manager
Telephone +44 207 871 2800
Email sdokken@marss.co.uk
EOservice Description Service Type Market
Marine and Coastal Surveillance (ice, oil spill, vessels, bathymetry)

Geographic Coverage
Global

Market Sectors
Marine Engineering & Offshore Operations Manageme…

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Metocean monitoring and forecasting (winds, waves, currents, temp)

Geographic Coverage : Global

Market Sectors: Oil, Gas & Mining, Transport, Environment Protect…

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Forecast and monitor ocean winds and waves
  • Alternative Energy
  • Maritime
  • Oil and gas
  • Travel, Tourism and Leisure
Sea ice monitoring

Geographic Coverage
Global

Market Sectors
Marine Engineering & Offshore Operations Managem…

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Detect and monitor ice risk at sea
  • Enviroment, Pollution and Climate
  • Maritime
  • Oil and gas

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