• Startup Announces Drone for Cleaning Water, Collecting Data

    April 20, 2020 | Europe North America

    Featured by Government Technology: A new gov tech company in Atlanta aims to sell aquatic drones to government agencies for the dual purposes... continue reading

  • ‘WasteShark’ the new remotely controlled device that removes plastic and floating debris from water

    December 5, 2019 | Europe

    The climate emergency is not the only environmental issue the world is struggling to solve. Plastic products clog our oceans, threatening marine life and polluting the water. At current rates plastic is predicted to outweigh all the fish in the sea by the year 2050. In Holland, a new device is a small sign of hope. 'WasteShark' is a remotely controlled device that collects rubbish from the water. continue reading

  • Ranmarine Technology Appoints Drone Solutions its South East Asia Distributor

    September 9, 2019 | Asia

    Ranmarine Technology last week announced its appointment of Drone Solutions as its Distributor in South East Asia. Chief Executive Officer of Ranmarine Technology Richard Hardiman said, “The addition of Drone Solutions to professionally represent our interests in South East Asia greatly enhances our technical and customer service, local support and product training capability and efficiency in the region.” continue reading

  • WasteShark: water drone starts collecting garbage at Dubai Marina

    July 5, 2019 | Asia

    The Dutch manufacturer claims that the WasteShark supports up to 159.6 kg of waste and has a battery life of up to 16 hours running. It has a laser imaging technology in order to avoid collisions. In addition, RanMarine co-founder Oliver Cunningham explains that the company's aquatic drone is able to collect data on water and air quality, detect the depth and contours of the seabed, and separate chemicals from the ocean, such as heavy metals, oil and arsenic. continue reading

  • Aquadrones remove, deliver and safely empty marine litter

    April 9, 2019 | Europe

    It has been estimated that marine litter costs the EU economy EUR 690 million per year, affecting mainly the tourism and fishery sectors. It is furthermore estimated that around 80 % of marine litter originates on land. Bearing in mind that once plastic reaches the ocean the vast majority of it ends up on the seabed or inside marine life, addressing the problem requires effective water-based capture alongside tackling it at source. continue reading

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