Case Studies

Xeos in action around the world
Rigolet Osker

In the summer of 2018, Xeos was contacted by Dalhousie University of Halifax, Nova Scotia regarding their OSKER surface tracker. 

TRex Cover

In February of 2020, Xeos was contacted by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) about their OSKER surface tracker.

Apollo mono teaser

On June 29th at around 1:30 am EST, an alarm message was received by a research group in Southern Florida.

map of indian ocean

On June 4th, around 11 am AST Xeos Technologies was notified by a customer in Cape Town, South Africa that a USV (Unmanned Surface Vehicle) was in distress in the Southern Ocean.

Rover in the arctic

In November of 2018, Xeos was approached by a research team from the University of Tromso (UiT) in Norway. They were looking for a tracker to put on buoys following ice flows for the ArcticABC project.

Kilo after Dorian

In the spring of 2019, as part of the EU’s Joint Monitoring Programme for Ambient Noise in the North Sea (JOMOPANS), Dr.

buoy in the ocean

In 2017, Xeos finished design and production of a new product called the Brizo. The Brizo is a GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) based wave height sensor meant to be installed on existing buoy infrastructure or added to a buoy as an extra sensor.