Ryan Carlon is responsible for Liquid Robotics’ Global Commercial Environmental Assessment team that focuses on supporting the Science and Research community. He joined Liquid Robotics in 2012 and has been leading the sales initiatives for the Science and Research community ever since. Under his leadership he has helped establish the Wave Gliders for the Research Programme and the Science & Research User Group. Carlon joined Liquid Robotics with a decade of experience in robotics and advanced software development for both unmanned maritime vehicles and vision-based mapping, localisation and navigation systems.



Unmanned Surface Vehicles Monitoring Lava Flow

The Kilauea volcano eruption on Hawaii’s Big Island has captivated the world. The images broadcast each day convey the power of the molten lava flowing from the Kilauea volcano to the sea. Its continuous flow is devastating neighbourhoods and communities, has filled pristine Kapoho Bay, and is... (read more)
SEAEXPLORER Underwater Glider

SEAEXPLORER Underwater Glider

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