Monday, 16 March 2020

Due to the recommendations of the health authorities regarding the ofCOVID-19, and in response to the current State of Alarm scenario in Spain, Marine Instruments has activated an  protocol of action that includes a series of measures aimed at preventing the risk of infection and ensuring the health of our staff, suppliers and visitors. Therefore,

Marine Instruments on the news

Tuesday, 18 February 2020

Our satellite buoys, normally used for tuna fishing, also have many other applications such as the location of marine desbris, whales or the prevention of shark attacks. See full video here

One of our buoys, the MSi, was recently used by the NOAA Whale Stranding Project in the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary to tag and remove a large mass of marine debris.  The debris, mainly composed of abandoned fishing gear, entangle wildlife, ensnare boat propellers, crush coral reefs, and can wash ashore in

MarineView interview

Wednesday, 18 December 2019

Here you can read the interview to our key account manager Pierrick Salaun on MarineView, one of our latest products. MarineView is an integrated solution designed to work with oceanographic data from a number of sources, as well as with data from satellite buoys to help efficiency in fishing operations. Read full interview here

Our Tunadrone team spent 8 days onboard the Gueriden, a purse seiner from French company CFTO. The aim was to test the Tunadrone in real conditions at high seas: take-off and landing from a moving vessel with winds up to 25 knots, HD video transmission as far as 20 nautical miles from the vessel, searching

Marine Instruments wins in the European Business Awards the National Prize for Growth strategy. Among all the European winners were two companies from Spain Macsa id & Acquabella Bath.

Marine Instruments at Pacific Marine Expo

Saturday, 23 November 2019

One more year, Marine Instruments is at Pacific Marine Expo in Seattle at booth #826 showcasing our latest products for commercial fishing.

FAO/IMO working group on IUU fishing

Saturday, 19 October 2019

This week we were invited to take part on the Joint FAO/IMO Working Group on IUU Fishing at the Ministerial Conference on IUU fishing and Safety of fishing vessels in Torremolinos. Remote Electronic Monitoring systems, such as Electronic Eye, are key in the fight against IUU fishing and safety onboard.

This month, Pesca Internacional dedicates an article to our company: diversification and innovation as pillars of growth. Read full article here

From September 26 to 28, Marine Instruments will be present with a stand at this show. The fair has a high attendance, with a lot of industry players and decision-makers. Marine Instruments stand with its new products captured all the attention on its first day.