Subsea Commercial Services Ltd. (SCS) will be showcasing new and advanced subsea technology at the upcoming Subsea Expo 2016 Exhibition in Aberdeen, Scotland.
The Aberdeen based company has recently secured the national and international representation of a number market leading manufacturers including:
EMO Marine Technologies Ltd. – manufacturers of advanced fibre optic multiplexers. EMO’s core technology uses a range of fibre-optic video / data multiplexers and media converters suitable for various marine and subsea applications. EMO provide reliable fibre-optic communication solutions in the smallest form factor subsea enclosures across a range of pressure ratings. The product range is targeted at new build underwater vehicles, long-term monitoring projects and low cost solutions that add interchangeable capability to an existing ROV fleet.
ITER Systems – manufacturers of a new range of multibeam bathymetric sonars, multibeam echo-sounders and forward looking object avoidance sonars targeted at the subsea, scientific and military markets. High quality, robust and well-priced, ITER offers plug and play sonar solutions through to OEM kits that enable clients to access the technology at a reduced price.
SCS Managing Director Callum Magee explained, ‘Historically SCS has offered bespoke business development services to companies operating in the subsea sector. We took the strategic decision to expand our area of operation and have secured the representation of complementary advanced technology product lines with genuinely unique selling points.’
As part of their business development services, SCS will be demonstrating Remote Ocean Systems Inc. (ROS) current range of underwater cameras, lights and pan and tilts on the stand. ROS have been market leading subsea engineers for over 40 years and are genuine pioneers in the industry. Exceptionally well-priced and robust, ROS products are renowned for their longevity and reliability.
To view these products please visit SCS on Stand No. 157, Subsea Expo Exhibition, 3rd-5th February, 2016, AECC, Aberdeen, Scotland.