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WFS Technologies Ltd is the global leader in Subsea Internet of Things (SIoT) products and solutions. Using Seatooth radio and hybrid radio/acoustic/optical technologies, WFS delivers wireless communications and automation solutions to customers in the Offshore Oil and Gas, Renewables, Environmental, Defence and Consumer industries.

Ian Crowther - Executive VP
Experienced senior management professional with proven relationship building, organisational, and leadership skills. Strong track record of delivering business development success, particularly within an international context. Well-developed communication and negotiation skills complement extensive public and private sector experience of business-to-business sales and marketing.

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WFS Technologies Latest News

Wireless diver core body temperature monitoring
WFS Technologies and EERS demonstrate the world's first diver wireless core body monitoring system at DOD SOCOM event in Florida.
09 Jan 2018

Latest generation of Seatooth SWiCOM extends diver to diver communication range!
Seatooth SWiCOM is a wireless personal area network for divers. It provides secure and reliable text communications between divers in all operating environments.
03 Oct 2017

WFS and Seatronics demonstrate Drone-to-ROV wireless communications
Subsea wireless automation provider WFS Technologies, and marine rental equipment specialist Seatronics Inc, an Acteon company, demonstrated Drone-to-ROV wireless communications at a Subsea Internet of Things event in Houston.
24 Mar 2017

New technology collaboration lights the way for improved diver safety
A new on-demand wireless ribbon lighting system, designed to revolutionise diver safety and efficiency in remote subsea locations, has been launched following a collaboration between award-winning Scottish technology companies WFS Technologies Ltd and PhotoSynergy Ltd (PSL).
03 Feb 2017

Seatooth ACFM subsea smart wireless crack monitoring
WFS Technologies and TSC have launched Seatooth ACFM, a wireless smart NDT monitoring solution designed to reduce subsea inspection costs.
09 Nov 2016

Christopher Curran joins WFS Technologies as Project Director, Americas
WFS Technology has appointed Christopher Curran as a Project Director for the Americas region.
01 Jul 2016

WFS Technologies Drives down the Cost of Subsea Corrosion Monitoring
WFS Technologies (WFS), a global leader in the delivery of underwater wireless instrumentation and control solutions to the Offshore Oil & Gas and Renewables industries announceD the launch of Seatooth PipeLogger Corrosion Monitor .
08 Jan 2016

WFS Technologies: 15 years between subsea battery changes
Battery Management System Promises Subsea Revolution.
11 Dec 2015

Paul Tooms joins the WFS Advisory Board
WFS Technology Ltd ( announces the appointment of Paul Tooms to the company's Advisory Board. Paul has accumulated a wealth of expertise in a long and distinguished career in the Oil & Gas industry.
20 Aug 2015

Bill Strahan joins WFS Technologies as VP Operations
WFS Technology Ltd ( announced the appointment of Bill as Vice President, Operations and General Manager, WFS Technologies (NI).
13 Aug 2015

Increasing demand for subsea wireless communications
WFS reports that the use of its subsea wireless communications and control systems is being increased for applications such as asset integrity management, video and data transmission.
09 Oct 2014

WFS Technologies and Fugro Team Up to Offer Wireless ROV Integration
WFS Technologies (WFS) and Fugro Subsea Technologies (Fugro), which designs, builds and delivers the FCV range of ROVs to its Subsea Services Division, are pleased to announce an agreement to offer subsea wireless capability on all FCV Work Class ROVs from 2015 onwards.
31 Jul 2014


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