As of November 2012, Cellula’s Quality Management System is certified to ISO 9001:2008. Cellula successfully attained accreditation on the first attempt. Cellula will continue to uphold the standards of ISO 9001:2008 through audits with SAI-Global.
By adhering to these principles, we endeavor to always bring the best value to our customers while delivering tools and infrastructure for the . . . → Read More: ISO Certification
On Tuesday May 1st, at the 2012 Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas, Mr. Jon Machin of Geomarine Ltd. (UK) presented a paper on the Canyon Offshore “ROVDrill Mk.2” systems developed by Cellula Robotics. This paper, which is published in the 2012 OTC Proceedings (OTC23395), describes these seafloor drill systems and their application to geotechnical and . . . → Read More: Seafloor Drills Presentation
April 2, 2012:
We have moved into new offices at 628 Carnarvon Street, New Westminster – right next door to the old main office. We’re now all together in the same building and we have a bit of extra space to accommodate growth. We also now have our own parking area so visitors will no . . . → Read More: Cellula has moved…
The Cellula/Trinity Subsea Excavator successfully completed its first excavation operation in November-December, 2011. Two excavation tools were used – a dual pick-cutter cutterhead and a standard shovel.
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Cellula Robotics and Trinity Offshore Technical Services have recently purchased and upgraded an ROV-deployed subsea Excavator from Nautilus Minerals Inc. This machine was originally developed by Cellula and Trinity in 2005, and it was used for sampling and subsea cutting-test purposes on Nautilus’s Solwara-1 orebody in 2006. Cellula and Trinity are upgrading the Excavator . . . → Read More: Subsea Excavator Available
Dr. Peter Hampton, a controls engineer here at Cellula Robotics Ltd., has recently co-authored a conference paper titled “Seamless Stitching of Images Based on a Haar Wavelet 2D Integration Method” with Ioana Sevcenco and Dr. Pan Agathoklis of the University of Victoria.
This paper is on mosaicking images in a manner that hides . . . → Read More: Seamless Stitching of Images
Cellula Robotics is pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Hampton, PhD as a new Control Systems Engineer. Peter’s dissertation at UVic was related to the novel adaptive control of a large optical telescope; his addition to the team will enhance our capabilities in signal processing, control systems, electrical design & system modelling.
We . . . → Read More: Cellula expands…
A re-vamped version of Tristan’s AUV paper presented at Oceans 2010 in Seattle was featured in the December issue of Sea Technology magazine!
Check it out here: http://www.sea-technology.com/features/2010/1210/unclos.php#nogo
NRCan AUV at the main ice camp underwater docking station
Tristan Crees was hired as a Senior Control Systems Engineer. Tristan has 15 years of experience in robotic systems development. He was previously at ISE where he managed the fabrication of the two Explorer class AUVs deployed to the Canadian Arctic in March of 2010.
Tony Wass is offshore Japan supporting an ROV-based EM survey.