Ground breaking autonomous ship uses critical sensors combined with AI

August 12th, 2021 | Category: Applications & Case Studies

Gill Instruments compact weather station is among the critical sensors on board the ground breaking autonomous ship, MAS400 The Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS400), using ground breaking AI technology, will be … Continue reading

WindSonic provides key wind data to the most powerful tidal turbine in the world

August 4th, 2021 | Category: Applications & Case Studies

The tidal-powered turbine generates power from fast-flowing tidal waters off Orkney, providing clean energy from a predictable, renewable resource. The off-shore turbine is connected by subsea cable to the European … Continue reading

Gill at Oceanology International 2016

March 1st, 2016 | Category: Events

Visit Gill Instruments on stand A505 at Oceanology International 2016, 15 – 17 March, ExCel, London. Oceanology is the leading marine science and ocean technology exhibition and conference. Gill weather … Continue reading

Gill collaborate with local companies to create a high profile weather float

November 24th, 2015 | Category: Applications & Case Studies, News Archive

Gill Instruments’ MaxiMet Compact Weather Station has been chosen to provide weather data across one of the UK’s busiest stretches of water.

Professional Weather Measurement at Oceanology China 2015

October 27th, 2015 | Category: Events, Product News

Gill Instruments will be exhibiting alongside local distributor PTC at Oceanology International China in Shanghai from 3rd-5th November 2015. As the offshore energy and marine industries continue to develop at … Continue reading

WindSonic provides dependable data to the world’s oceans

September 17th, 2014 | Category: Applications & Case Studies, News Archive

Robust ultrasonic anemometers from Gill Instruments are withstanding the elements on data buoy applications across the World’s oceans. Gill WindSonic ultrasonic anemometers are renowned for reliability in harsh environments and … Continue reading

Oceanology International 2014 Thanks

March 25th, 2014 | Category: Events, News Archive

We would like to thank all of our visitors at Oceanology International 2014. Our range of offshore and marine focused instruments proved interesting for many visitors. The news that our … Continue reading