October 2016 - ‘Robot Wars’

Hemisphere GNSS is pleased to announce that its Vector system is featuring in an unmanned surface vehicle competition called Unmanned Warrior 2016 that has recently begun off the coast of the United Kingdom.

Put on by the Royal Navy and with the help of approximately 40 other industry and international partners and players, including the US Navy, Unmanned Warrior 2016 is the largest event of its kind, held to safely showcase and experiment state-of-the-art technology in the fields of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s), Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USV’s, and Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV’s). Beginning in October, the multinational event will take place off the coasts of West Wales, North West Scotland and the Western Isles.







March 2016 - Oceanology 2016 Exhibition

June 2015 - Seawork Exhibition

Saderet recently exhibited at the Seawork 2015 show in Southampton, among our fellow exhibitors was ATLAS ELEKTRONIK UK who featured a Hemisphere V103 vector compass system which can be seen below:

February 2015 - Hemisphere GNSS sales heading in the right direction

Saderet Ltd are proud to announce record sales of Hemisphere GNSS GPS compasses in the first few weeks of 2015! Hemisphere’s European Dealer and Integrator Network delivered over two hundred V, VS and H Series Compass products in the first few weeks of 2015 through Saderet Ltd. This positive trend is on course to continue too. Highest demand has been from Scandinavia, Poland, UK and Benelux with 40x V102 GPS Compasses being supplied to a single OEM Integration Company in Germany. 

The UK's Royal National Lifeboat Institution has adopted the Hemisphere GNSS vector compass system as a standard fit on the new Shannon Class Lifeboats. The receiver is used to feed heading, position, heave, pitch and roll data to the suite of onboard navigation display systems. The build programme started in 2014 and will see a total of 100 vessels equipped over the next 10 years.

February 2014 - Saderet supplies Edgetech releases to Marine Scotland

Saderet successfully tendered to Marine Scotland for the supply of 20 Edgetech SPORT LF acoustic releases with pop-up assemblies, plus the associated PACS topside control equipment. These systems were subsequently deployed, together with passive acoustic loggers, in locations along the east coast of Scotland to investigate how the distribution of dolphins and porpoises changes with distance from the shore. Ambient noise was recorded, as were mammal vocalisations which were processed to determine where the animals were and also to distinguish between species which emit different echolocation clicks. This data contributes to the long term monitoring of protected species and improves the evidence base for future decisions on development in coastal waters, and the possible impact on dolphin and porpoise populations.

Due to the success of the study, Marine Scotland have ordered a further 7 Edgetech SPORT LF releases which will be delivered by Saderet in March this year.

November 2013 - Equipment donation to the Jubilee Sailing Trust

Saderet is pleased to announce that it is supporting the Jubilee Sailing Trust with the donation of a Hemisphere GNSS VS110 compass system that will be installed on the sail training ship Lord Nelson. The trust performs invaluable work giving the opportunity for real sailing experience to those who would not normally be able to.

July 2013

HEMISPHERE GNSS ENGINES CHOSEN FOR GERMAN POSITIONING SYSTEMS: A key German electronics manufacturer has once again selected the Hemisphere GNSS (P101) Crescent Module , H101 Crescent Vector GPS Compass and the A21 Antenna as the GPS systems of choice onboard their precision positioning and tracking products. 175 of these systems are scheduled for manufacture in 2013. 

Marine Scotland awards tender for 20 EdgeTech acoustic releases to Saderet.

Global Marine Energy Systems Ltd choose QPS QINSy software from Saderet.

QINETIQ place large data communications systems order with Saderet for RTK applications.

Serbia buys 35 Vector compass systems for use on the Danube.