Integrated Environmental Monitoring

Metocean Services

CoastEye Decision Support Software

Met-ocean Equipment Sales and Rental

Marine Renewable Energy

Metocean surveys, data management and dissemination, ADCP deployments, environmental impact assessment

Coastal Engineering

Operational oceanography services supporting coastal engineering projects. MetOcean surveys, real-time data acquisition system integration, data management solutions


Data buoys, data loggers, sensors, metocean and hydrographic surveys, live video links, ROV inspections.

Academia & Research

Supporting academic and research organisations with oceanographic instrumentation and integrated sensor platform solutions as well as data acqusition and managenent systems

Ports And Harbours

Monitoring equipment and metocean survey services for the development and management of ports and harbours. Data acquisition and management solutions.

Water And Utilities

Water quality monitoring, water level and flow sensors, real-time in-situ deployment, satellite data products


Satellite data fill in gaps in our seafloor bathymetry maps.

Dec. 22, 2016

Shallow waters are not easy to access for the large vessels normally used in seabed surveys, leaving a gap in marine charts in the most used and most challenging areas for navigation. Satellite data can be used to fill this gap, as more of the light reflected from the seafloor in deep waters is scattered, so shallower areas appear lighter in satellite images. 

A study to improve observations of seafloor depth from satellites was carried out by TechWorks, the National Centre for Geocomputation at Maynooth University and the Geological Survey of Ireland. The study was funded by Science Foundation Ireland under their Industry Fellowship program and the results have been  published online in Hydro International

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TechWorks Marine joins the ESA satellite validation effort

Sept. 19, 2016

CoastVal  is a new collaboration between the European Space Agency (ESA) andTechWorks Marine.

During this two year project, TechWorks Marine will develop a buoy platform to validate water quality measurements from ESA satellites in our coastal waters. Satellites are potentially a very useful tool to monitor coastal water quality, but in situ measurements to validate the satellite data are necessary to ensure their accuracy.

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