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The future starts today, but with a little help with some data from the past. Deep believes in data, but more in its personnel, vessels, and equipment. We’ve done some amazing projects like the Antarctic survey, detecting explosives alongside the Markermeer dikes and UXO surveys...

Finding a job that fits you like a pearl in oyster can be difficult and challenging. It’s the one place you spend more time at then at home. Luckily, we’ve already found some amazing employees who’ve taking it to the next level and became a...

Since 2019 Deep has been deployed in the Baltic Sea working for Fehmarn Belt Contractors I/S. Deep is performing a geophysical site investigation of the Fehmarnbelt tunnel trench, work harbor and access channel.   [vc_row][vc_column width='1/2']The tunnel will connect Rødbyhavn in Denmark with Puttgarden in Germany...

In mei 2020 heeft het Loket Smart Shipping toestemming afgegeven aan Deep b.v.  voor het experimenteren met verregaand geautomatiseerd varen op de Waddenzee. Daar test Deep het uitvoeren van metingen met een autonoom meetvaartuig. En ook de afgelopen maanden zijn die test doorgegaan. Het is...

The Deep Volans and Locus got a new friend! Meet the Deep Seapal – our newest addition to the Deep fleet [vc_separator type='transparent' position='center' color='' thickness='12' up='' down=''] The Deep Seapal will give Deep added capacity for nearshore geophysical survey work, which is one of our specialties...

Deep BV will upgrade one of its survey vessels with a Sea Machines SM300 autonomous control system. The Sea Machines system enables remote command of the vessel, including navigation and positioning, the control of on-board auxiliaries and sensors, and ship-to-shore data flow. The vessel, operating in multiple areas of the Wadden Sea, will be commanded by personnel in the Amsterdam office. Deep will initially deploy the Sea Machines-enabled vessel for a mission to survey the Wadden Sea, a challenging shallow body of water with tidal flats and wetlands located north of The Netherlands. With no surveyors on board the vessel for this project, Deep operators will command and control the autonomous vessel and all on-board payloads (including survey sonars, hydrophones, winches, cranes and davits) from its shoreside Survey Control Room, which has been equipped to facilitate several multi-beam surveys simultaneously. Deep will then transfer all collected data from the vessel to the control room via 4G and satellite connection. The combination of Sea Machines’ technology and the Survey Control Room will enable Deep to transition from minimally manned missions to unmanned missions in the near future.

In recent years Deep has grown to a company with 80-100 employees and a close network of clients. Deep has shown to be financially sound and an independent player in the market and has numerous ambitions, both on a human level (to our clients, partners...

“DEEP sailing girls” Karine, Renate, Hyke, Ria and Marieke sailing the “First 31.7”. Deep attending the Dredgers’ Sailing Race has become quite a tradition in the last couple of years. This edition was special as it was the first time that an actual Ladies Team represented...

At our rooftop we now have a bee hyve with 4000 buckfastras bees! Bees are not only important to humans but also for the entire ecosystems to function. Honey bees, wild bees and bumble bees pollinate the plants and ensure that they evolve and reproduce. Without bees...