Meritaito offers your business a wide range of hydrographic survey and charting services.
We operate in offshore, inshore and inland water areas throughout Europe
Meritaito has one of the Northern Europe’s largest fleet of survey vessels and platforms. With various vessel types, we work in all types of waters, including rivers, lakes, coastal shores and offshore.
Meritaito hydrographic surveys fulfill the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO S-44) survey standards, and beyond. Meritaito has a team of highly skilled professionals in hydrographic surveying, data processing and charting. Our team of internationally certified hydrographic surveyors and experts provides tailor-made solutions to meet the most demanding customer needs.
Surveys are carried out with the latest MBES survey technologies, including back scatter and full water column data of object detection, e.g. from wrecks. Data is processed using the most current data processing software and data modeling tools available. We also provide Bathymetric Lidar Services, 3D-data modeling and online data storage services.
Meritaito has over 20 years of experience in multibeam echo sounder (MBES) surveying. Meritaito customers include the most demanding maritime and environmental authorities as well as ports and harbors. Based on versatile and state-of-the-art methods, Meritaito hydrographic surveying covers areas extending 10,000 km² per year.
Mr Hannu Ylärinne has been appointed Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Executive Vice President of the Arctia Group as of 20 May 2019. He will also continue as CEO of Meritaito Ltd, which is part of the Arctia Group.
Maunu Visuri, M.Sc. (Tech.), has been appointed as the new President and CEO of Arctia Ltd as from 1 August 2019.
The European Commission has granted CEF funding to the Intelligent Sea project coordinated by Meritaito Ltd. The funding is 1,5 million Euros.
Oceaneering has innovated a total new approach for the maintenance of submerged pipelines and installations. The basic principle is to minimize the use of expensive support–vessel and use remote operated EROV-systems for the maintenance. The SeaHow EROV-buoy serves as the floating station for the communication antenna.