Our ability to respond quickly to emerging market requirements is based on our relationships with OceanGate strategic affiliates in technology, manufacturing and diving operations.
OceanGate collaborators in subsea exploration are experts in sonar, composites, lighting, salvage and recovery, pollution response, and more.
Through these affiliations and joint ventures, OceanGate provides a broader range of technology and expertise for our clients. By leveraging existing assets we can better deliver manned submersible solutions that are more efficiently tailored to achieve the specific business or research objective of each client.
2G Robotics provides industry-leading laser scanning and imaging solutions that enables the OceanGate team to confidently complete subsea inspections, surveys, and mapping to ensure the preservation and security of the world’s critical infrastructure and marine environments.
Several years ago APL-UW began working with OceanGate using their manned submersibles to investigate the use of imaging sonars for tracking submarines. It was a unique opportunity to have the sonar expertise and capabilities of one company working in collaboration with another one operating a commercial submarine.
Founded in 1979, Global Diving & Salvage, Inc. is a leading provider of marine construction and offshore support services in the United States, and an internationally recognized marine casualty responder.
iXblue, an international company, with more than 30 years of experience, is a leading global provider of innovative solutions and services for navigation, positioning, imaging and photonics for sea, land, air and space applications.
Teledyne BlueView, Inc. provides compact, state-of-the-art 2D forward looking imaging sonar and 3D mechanical scanning sonar for acoustic imaging and measurement solutions for navy, energy, transportation, civil engineering and port security applications worldwide.
Chartered on 10th November 2016, the University of The Bahamas (UB) is a beacon for national transformation. Approximately 5,000 students are enrolled in the University of The Bahamas system which includes campuses and centers on New Providence, Grand Bahama, San Salvador and Abaco, as well as UB online education.