Dextera has been named a category winner in Diving & Underwater Technology in the Seawork Innovation Awards. A hotly contested competition for Seawork exhibitors who, in the past 12 months, have introduced and promoted products, vessels, services or projects to their key commercial audience.
Dextera is a 1000m depth rated subsea multi-tool ideal for observation and light intervention class ROVs. Designed and engineered by the people who understand the demands placed on ROV operators best - the operators themselves – Dextera’s proportional control and interchangeable toolheads make it more versatile and capable than other comparable tooling available on the market today.
The fifth annual Innovation Awards was the biggest to date with 28 products shortlisted. Honours were presented in 6 categories (Vessel Design & Construction, Marine Civil Engineering & Construction, Marine Equipment, Electronics & Materials, Diving & Underwater Technology, Renewable Energy and Safety & Training) with a Certificate of Commendation awarded to the winner of each. Winners are determined by an independent panel of judges and the overall winner was awarded the coveted ‘Spirit of Innovation’ trophy.
Atlantas Marine, who are responsible for marketing Dextera, have already had considerable interest in the subsea multi-tool which took pride of place at the front of their stand at Seawork. Atlantas Marine’s MD Charlie Foll said; “It was fantastic to celebrate this achievement alongside the launch. We hope that winning the innovation award will help to continue to boost Dextera’s profile and look forward to more success in the future”.