In addition to providing our SVS-603 wave sensor directly to many customers around the world (see customer list here), SeaView Systems also works with several partner companies who provide various value-added products built on the SVS-603 as well as integrated buoy and other systems.

Find out more by contacting SeaView or by exploring the partner links listed below.

Nexsens Technology specializes in the design and manufacture of real-time environmental measurement systems. They offer a range of buoy hulls capable of supporting the SVS-603 as part of an extensive suite of supported sensor equipment.

 LimnoTech is an environmental engineering and science firm which helps the public procure, deploy, web-enable and maintain environmental data buoys and monitoring systems. They have extensive experience deploying and maintaining buoy-based sensor platforms including buoys dubbed the “smallest, smartest” in the Great Lakes.

Planet Ocean are providers of oceanographic & meteorological equipment for research, survey and operations support. Planet Ocean offers their own value-added version of the SVS-603, the UWave II, which provides a ruggedized packaging  as well as offering an inbuilt data logger and satellite, cell phone or radio telemetry to turn almost any existing buoy into a wave measurement buoy.

Shanghai P-Nav Scientific Instruments Co. LTD offers system solutions and professional technical services in the areas of marine surveying and mapping, physical oceanography, satellite navigation among others and has experience integrating the SVS-603 into their buoys.

Sino Instruments Co. LTD is a professional manufacturer and distributor of marine equipment and has worked extensively on governmental and academic projects with the SVS-603.

Cawthron Institute, New Zealand’s largest independent science organization, offers a broad range of services including aquaculture research, marine and freshwater resource management, algal technologies including their innovative uWQ 700 buoy which can be fitted with a wide range of instrumentation including the SVS-603 wave sensor.

nke Instrumentation designs, manufactures and sells automated measurement networks. There are several platforms, including moored and drifting buoys, which support the SVS-603.

Ocean Origo provides oceanographic instrumentation and consulting including complete turn-key data buoy systems with the SVS-603.

SEATECH Co., LTD. designs, manufactures and operates meteorological monitoring and remote control systems.  They work with domestic and overseas public institutions such as the Korea Meteorological Administration and oil plants as well as experience with SeaView’s SVS-603.

RDSEA International provides experience and expertise in ocean technologies including systems engineering, systems services and operational services as well as offering complete buoy systems including the SVS-603 wave sensor.

Sealite is a technology leader in the design and manufacture of marine aids to navigation (AtoN) equipment including marine lighting, navigation buoys, marine floats, port entry lighting systems, lighthouse lighting equipment and monitoring and control systems. Sealite can offer the SVS-603 wave sensor with multiple buoy sizes and communication options.

Tridel is a specialist company for providing integrated and turnkey solutions for environmental monitoring, surveying and mapping applications offering met-ocean monitoring systems with the SVS-603.

eProNav provides expert consulting and system design services in the area of marine navigation, including metocean/hydrological sensors, as well as AIS systems. Their expertise includes support for the SVS-603 wave sensor for legacy buoys or new buoy deployments. Contact Pete Dolan: pdolan@epronav.com | +1.415.378.8347

TIDAS Coastal Monitoring Buoys has been involved of the design and manufacture of TIDAS buoys since 2009 and endorses the SVS-603 for wave sensing.

If your company offers products including buoys, autonomous vehicles, or other platforms that could benefit from the ability of sensing waves using the world’s smallest, most power efficient and most widely used inertial wave sensor, please contact SeaView to find out about joining our partner program.