Subsea technology company Triton Group is celebrating after winning a six figure contract with the Ministry of Defense.
The deal will see Group member Sub-Atlantic, supply the MOD with specialist subsea surveillance equipment.
The revolutionary Comanche Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) will be used for multibeam survey and salvage work. The system is air portable so can respond quickly worldwide.
The contract win enhances Triton's position as an industry leader in the competitive subsea sector and highlights their commitment to producing ground breaking technology for all sectors of the subsea industry.
Sub-Atlantic General Manager, John Ferguson said, "I'm delighted that the Ministry of Defence has selected the Sub-Atlantic Comanche to carry out their vital salvage work around our coastline and beyond.
"We're proud to be associated with the Ministry of Defence and look forward to a successful working relationship throughout this project.
"The highly acclaimed light work class ROV is a credit to the employees at Sub-Atlantic."
Sub-Atlantic also provided similar surveillance equipment to the Spanish Coastguard in 2008, as well as ROV components and other subsea products to the Russian military, the U.S. and Australian navy thus demonstrating their global presence.
Formed in 2007, Triton Group is a diverse group of companies offering a range of products and services for the subsea energy industry. They are centred on engineering and technology, product manufacture and system integration, and operations support and services.
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