Blue Ocean Monitoring a Winner at the SEA Awards

The Australian subsea industry recently celebrated the tenth annual Australian Subsea Industry Awards, of which CORE Innovation Hub was a proud sponsor of the New Enterprise category 2018. CORE is providing the winner, Blue Ocean Monitoring with 3-months of full time co-working contract.

Blue Ocean Monitoring are a global ocean survey company committed to the adoption of new and innovative technologies to provide value focused solutions to offshore industries. They are established on the belief that autonomous technologies, surface and subsurface, are the future of ocean surveys. Their autonomous systems can significantly reduce project costs, lower Health, Safety and Environmental risks whilst increasing the volume and accessibility of offshore data.

We are excited to have Blue Ocean Monitoring in the space and can’t wait to see what opportunities come their way as a result of winning the SEA New Enterprise Award 2018.

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Congratulations to all the SEA Awards shortlisted nominees and winners

Emerging Talent, sponsored by Curtin University– Leon Oriti of TechnipFMC (shortlisted were Nathan Kemp, Blue Ocean Monitoring, and Dave Evans, INTECSEA).

Innovation & Technology, sponsored by Woodside Energy - Stephen Stokes / Pseudo Dry Gas System, INTECSEA (shortlisted were Nexxis, and the TASER Project a collaboration between Wood, Woodside, Chevron & Shell).

New Enterprise, sponsored by CORE Innovation Hub – Blue Ocean Monitoring (shortlisted were Inverse Energy and Spatial Exploration).

Collaboration, sponsored by Subsea Innovation Cluster Australia – SBECA, hosted by INTECSEA in collaboration with ConocoPhillips, INPEX, Shell, Heerema, McDermott, TechnipFMC, Sintef, DNVGL, Dr Henryk Piarkski (shortlisted were Nexxis and Jennifer Maninin of Society for Underwater Technology).

Diversity & Inclusion – TechnipFMC / STRIVE Program (shortlisted were Jeremy Wray of BHGE and Georgie McClanachan of Woodside Energy).