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DeepOcean Acquires a 50% Interest In Adus

DeepOcean UK, a subsidiary of DeepOcean Group Holding BV, today announced that it has acquired a 50% interest in the leading 3D sonar visualisation company ADUS to form ADUS DeepOcean Ltd.

ADUS, originally a spin out from the University of St Andrews and Dundee University, has rapidly acquired a global reputation in the marine salvage market for its stunning subsea 3D visualisations.

The company is known for such high profile work as the survey of the wreck of the oil rig Deepwater Horizon in the Gulf of Mexico, and more recently, the stricken cruise ship Costa Concordia in Italy and the cargo ship Rena which sunk off the coast of New Zealand.

If you would like to read more, go to the DeepOcean website here.

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