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Liquid Robotics
Background
Liquid Robotics Inc. engages in the design, engineering, production, and administration of the Wave Glider, an unmanned maritime vehicle for ocean operations.

Its products are used in various applications, including government/defense-national defense, port and harbor security, transportation safety, maritime domain awareness, search and rescue, and maritime law enforcement; scientific/environmental-climate science, oceanography, meteorology, tsunami warning, marine protected area monitoring, and marine mammal observation; and commercial/industrial-fisheries management, aquaculture, natural resources discovery, pollution detection, and offshore renewable energy.

Liquid Robotics was incorporated in 2007 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with marine operations Engineering & Test Center in Hawaii: 61-3661 Kawaihae Rd., Pier 1, Kawaihae Harbor, Kamuela, HI 96743

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Contact Info
1329 Moffett Park Drive
Sunnyvale, CA, 94089
United States
Tel: 408.636.4200
Fax: 408.747.1923
info@liquidr.com
http://www.liquidr.com
Company Leadership

Bill Vass, CEO
Roger Hine, Founder & CTO
Steven R. Springsteel, CFO & COO
Gary Gysin, Exec. VP Global Sales


Market Segments


Liquid Robotics in the News
Terms of the deal were undisclosed, but a Liquid exec says it could be worth hundreds of millions and lead to a future IPO.
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Importance

Begun as a joint venture to develop an unmoored, station-keeping data buoy for monitoring humpback whales, Liquid Robotics continues development of the technology and is now poised to capture this newly created niche in ocean science and the marine technology sector via it’s solar powered Wave Glider robot.






 


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