Welcome to Ocean Visuals
We specialize in the development and deployment of Hyper-spectral Laser-Induced Fluorescence (HLIF) lidar sensor systems. Our technology is focused on oil spill detection, verification, and classification, and designed to provide real-time monitoring and mapping of oil in water. We deliver cost-effective, high-resolution, and highly sensitive solutions for detection and monitoring oil spills, with the goal of reducing the environmental impact of oil spills on the world's oceans.
Despite the best efforts of an on-water response to a large oil spill at sea, the likelihood is that at least some of the spilled oil will eventually reach the shoreline. When shoreline impact occurs, or is likely to occur, shoreline assessment is a critical component of the response and provides essential information for setting objectives, priorities, constraints and endpoints for an effective shoreline response.
SEA OWL™ sensor systems for real-time detection, verification and classification of oil and organics in water.
ELF OWL™ A cost-efficient tool for oil slick verification, classification, and cleanup measurement of oil spills.
AIR OWL™ Advanced and powerful sensor systems for installation in maritime surveillance airplanes.
customer & USE caseS
Find out more about how the largest port in Northern Europe use the SEA OWL™ sensor system for Port Surveillance and Control.
Port Surveillance & Monitoring
Read about our pilot partner Hurtigruten, who enable our system to perform real-time coastal monitoring along the Norwegian coastline.
Learn more about the ELF OWL™, a small yet powerful sensor dedicated remotely piloted drones and light aircrafts.
Airborne sensor systems
We will be attending the Saudi Maritime Congress 2023 taking place in Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on 20. - 21. September.
Together with the crew of our agent Belga Marine we installed a SEA OWL™ sensor system for Petrobras aboard the Oil Spill...
Our Hyperspectral LIF lidar technology is based on 30 years
of research and is patented, see our story here: