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 we completely agree with him. There is only one problem with his statement: We are US. We don’t conform to any social or business norms because we don’t have to. We Rebel. We don’t accept a solution that has been used for 20 years at face value. We figure out if that solution works for us. If it does, GREAT! If it doesn’t, we plough our own road because it’s the right technical thing to do. Like most companies we think our culture is unique. We are absolutely honored to be compared to a juggernaut like Tesla, but we can’t wait for the day that other companies are compared to ours. Until then, we will just have to continue growing our great company and creating phenomenal technology.