Beringia Enterprises LLC is excited to announce successful completion of initial deliveries of DiveNET Subsea Wireless solutions for academic subsea research projects based in Switzerland and Norway.

The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) has selected the DiveNET: Commander USBL positioning and navigation system, as well as the Sealink-M (Microlink) multi-mode acoustic network modem for procurement in support of the university's Distributed 3D Environmental Sensing with a Team of Underwater Robots research project, aimed at developing swarm AUV technology for environmental subsea sampling. In addition to providing multi-target subsea positioning with DiveNET: Commander USBL, the research team will utilize the Microlink acoustic modem as a building block for custom positioning and data transmission solutions.

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Previously, the Microlink modem was also selected by the Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet) in support of the OASYS project, aimed at developing Ocean-Air synoptic operations using coordinated autonomous robotic SYStems and micro underwater gliders. Satisfied with the performance, the university has taken delivery of additional units.

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It has been a great pleasure introducing DiveNET capabilities to the subsea industry over the past month at two premier conferences of the 2019 season: Underwater Intervention and Oceanology International North America. In addition to exhibiting the DiveNET product line, we are grateful for the opportunity to speak at both events and present not only our current line-up, but also a window into the future - DiveNET: Delta remote subsea IOT.

Thank you to the event organizers, all of our booth visitors and the Oceanology Future Tech Hub co-exhibitors!

We look forward to meeting you soon!