R3Vox Chooses Malta as Location for Survey Systems Production

R3Vox Chooses Malta as Location for Survey Systems Production

Malta has been chosen as the main location for the production, development and worldwide distribution of hydrographic survey systems by R3Vox. The company's core activity is creating advanced hydrospatial survey systems that aid in the analysis and accessibility of marine data.

Besides developing advanced hydrographic survey solutions, the company is also set to provide training and services to academic institutions, hydrographic survey companies, government survey departments and companies in the offshore industry.

The solutions developed by R3Vox can be used in a variety of applications, such as dredging, quay walls and vertical structures, marine construction, offshore windfarms and research. Additionally, the company has invested in educational equipment to train customers who use their product.

New Class of Underwater Mapping Sonars

According to Jens Steenstrup, the founder of R3Vox, Malta was the ideal choice for the company due to its high-tech industry, skilled workforce, supportive government and ideal water conditions for testing equipment. He stated that Malta will now be manufacturing a new class of exclusive underwater mapping sonars and selling them to customers worldwide. In a visit to the company's facilities, the Minister for Enterprise, Miriam Dalli, praised R3Vox as a prime example of innovation in the blue economy that embraces innovation and creates quality careers.

Malta seen from space, captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-2B satellite. (Courtesy: ESA)
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