February 4, 2019

Come check out Nic Radford and Sean Halpin at Underwater Intervention 2019

Nic and Sean will be presenting our new concept for subsea operations at Underwater Intervention 2019.  Nic will be serving on two panels about automation, robotics, and Innovation in Oil and Gas.  Sean will be speaking about the progress Aquanaut has made over the last year.  Underwater Intervention is slated to be one of the best events this year for unmanned robotics in Oil and Gas.

Our new concept is super exciting!  We call it the Distributed Light Asset Service Model.  It turns out that DLASM doesn’t really roll off the tongue, so we call it the Uber model in subsea.  What is it?  Well – go see our team at UI 2019 to find out!

Latest News & Updates

August 7, 2019

IEEE Profiles Aquanaut in the August Cover Issue of IEEE Spectrum

Aquanaut and the HMI team were recently profiled by the IEEE Spectrum team! https://spectrum.ieee.org/robotics/humanoids/meet-aquanaut-the-underwater-transformer    We invited Evan to dive with Aquanaut at the NBL and he accepted!  What a great few days.  We got to share the ups and downs of testing with Evan and IEEE and even got to introduce Evan to a […]

June 5, 2019

Houston Mechatronics awarded multi-million dollar contract by the Office of Naval Research

We are committed to growing our DoD business at HMI and received a REALLY exciting new project award!  You can find the press release here: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-office-of-naval-research-onr-selects-houston-mechatronics-for-multi-million-dollar-award-to-develop-robotic-hands-and-intelligent-behaviors-for-subsea-missions-300860019.html  AI powered underwater robotic hands:  Right in our wheelhouse 🙂

June 3, 2019

The Tesla of Subsea

Mark Mills, CottonWood Venture Partners, wrote this great article on Forbes and mentioned Houston mechatronics.  You can find the article here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/markpmills/2019/05/28/imagining-how-technology-will-disrupt-future-energy-markets/#13d9423873fb What do we think?  To be honest we don’t consider ourselves the ‘Tesla of Subsea’.  We are the ‘Houston Mechatronics of Subsea’.  We absolutely see where Mark is going with the article and […]