Our General Manager, Gabriel Gómez, spoke at the World Tuna Conference in Vigo about the digitalization of tuna fisheries and how our technology helps ocean sustainability. To this conference attended top level-international speakers and participants, who discussed the latest developments of the tuna sector at global level, as well as the major tuna topics that

Marine Instruments have been selected by Iridium Communications as one of the 10 approved beta partners developing new products based on the state-of-the-art Iridium Certus 9770 transceiver. We have received operational beta units that enable to transfer IP data over 35 times faster. We will be trying in on our products very soon.

The event will take place in Vigo on the 19th and 20th of September.

The five major organizations of Spanish longline fishery producers and Marine Instruments  signed yesterday a collaboration agreement to establish strategies for innovation and technological development in the industry. More info

Marine Instruments will sponsor along with Nautical the World Tuna Conference that will take place in Vigo on September 16 and 17. Thirty-two countries will send 400 delegates from tuna fishing industry and canning companies. It is one of the most im More info

Marine Instruments at FEINDEF

Thursday, 30 May 2019

Marine Instruments will be at FEINDEF showcasing some of our latest products. It is our first time in a trade show for Security and Defense and we think that our dual technology could apply to all kinds of military missions. We are presenting our UAV and USV at FEINDEF.

Marine Instruments at ICES

Monday, 13 May 2019

The  International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) provided a forum for exchanging information and sharing relevant technical applications between fisheries stakeholders and REM technology providers to harmonize how data is collected and used for fisheries management.

Today, our general manager, Gabriel Gomez Celaya at the European Tuna Conference in Brussels outlined the main advantages of using high-end technology integration in the fishing industry as a mean to increase sustainability and improve efficiency in fishing operations. He talked our latest products, MarineView and Tunadrone.

Today, the local press published an article on one of our next launches for 2019: Marineview, a complete solution to allow the skipper to have updated oceanograhic data to determine which areas are best for fishing. Read full article here goo.gl/kgjmgR

Marine Instruments organizes the Solar Regatta, an annual event to promote energy efficiency among schoolchildren and amateurs with the construction of solar prototypes. The event will take place on June 22 in Baiona, but the registration deadline will close this Saturday day 15. Those interested in signing up can still do so through the web