Being the founders of the company MARIMATECH back in 1987, the profiles and team behind United Marine Technology has since the early 90’s been involved in development and production of state of the art systems within off shore positioning, mooring load monitoring and berthing aid systems incl. integration and supply of quick release hooks.
January 1st 2019 United Marine Technology merged with the danish company oi electric A/S who has been in the market for Marine Aids to Navigation and Flight obstruction Lighting since 1978.
The two companies together has a strong network and product range dedicated the maritime authorities, commercial harbours and oil & gas terminals
Our philosophy is to use solid standard industrial components (sensors, data transmitters, standard communication protocols, LED technology) which has evolved remarkably throughout the last +10 years fulfilling everything from ATEX/UL/IECEX approvals to secure data exchange management.
Having this philosophy it enables UMT to focus on the client needs and to develop and deliver state of the art control and monitoring systems – and with simplicity we create stability.
With focus on project management, system architecture development and integration of sensors, we are able to deliver the most solid systems within:
- Berthing Aid systems
- Mooring Load Monitoring
- Quick Release Hooks and Bollards
- Environmental monitoring
- Marine Aids to Navigation
- Obstruction Lighting
- Custom development & supply
The systems will the coming years be supported by solid software solutions for controlling and monitoring entire systems and/or sensors enhancing the future of IoT and instant data accessibility.
Before upgrading existing installations we are always interested in performing an inspection of the existing system in order to maximise the re-use of components.
CSR & QUALITY
At United Marine Technology we choose our suppliers and partners from a criteria of responsibility in terms of both general CSR guidelines and a genuine understanding of the responsibility it requires to deliver safety based systems and components.