Houston Mechatronics Inc. (HMI) is pleased to announce an agreement to provide 26 all-electric Olympic Arms to Triumph Subsea Services for their growing fleet of work class ROVs. This landmark agreement represents the industry’s first commercialization of this groundbreaking technology.
We are announcing that Stinger Technology AS and Houston Mechatronics Inc. (HMI) have entered into a collaboration agreement. HMI will provide Aquanaut and the necessary services needed to target and execute an inspection, repair, and maintenance operations within the Norwegian Oil & Gas market and Stinger will add Aquanaut capabilities to its existing IRM services business.
Aquanaut and the HMI team were recently profiled by the IEEE Spectrum team!
We are committed to growing our DoD business at HMI and received a REALLY exciting new project award!
Mark Mills, CottonWood Venture Partners, wrote this great article on Forbes and mentioned Houston Mechatronics.
They’re really aren’t very many places on earth that are as cool as the NBL. We are fortunate to use the NBL as the check out facility for Aquanaut. We have been there for a few weeks doing checkout of the vehicle and some autonomous manipulation. The image on this post was captured by a […]
HMI will be exhibiting at booth 5429 at the Offshore Technology Conference this year. Swing by our booth to check out the latest NBL testing video, a life size mockup of Aquanaut, and to talk to the team that makes Aquanaut! Our CEO Matt Ondler will be at the show to interact with customers and […]
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 […]
Are you a bad ass roboticist? We are hiring! Check our careers page: https://www.houstonmechatronics.com/join-us-careers/ for the latest job openings. You know you want to work with us! Where else will you get a chance to work on a real life transformer?
Aquanaut’s manipulation capabilities are powered by machine vision. It’s no big secret and lot’s of robotics companies today use optical data to help robots make semi-autonomous decisions. Aquanaut has a pretty unique machine vision system as the vehicle operates in the ocean. That requires both classic stereo cameras, light-based point cloud sensors, and sonar. The […]