Originally founded in 1994 as Coda Technologies, the Coda Octopus Group is now headquartered in Lakeland, Florida.
The Group consists of a Marine Products business located in Lakeland, Florida, Edinburgh, Scotland, Perth, Australia, and Bergen, Norway, and engineering businesses, Coda Octopus Colmek in Salt Lake City, Utah and Coda Octopus Martech in Weymouth, England. Each of the Group companies are technology innovators with a particularly high level of sonar expertise. The Group has facilities in Florida, Utah, the UK, Australia, and Norway.
Alongside providing bespoke engineering and development for defense applications one of the Group's key products is the patented Coda Echoscope® - the first real time 3D sub-sea sonar which is used in oil and gas, underwater construction, search and rescue operations and port and harbor security and constructions. The top end software which runs on the Echoscope® (Underwater Survey Explorer) is also proprietary to Coda Octopus. The Echoscope® is also at the heart of the Underwater Inspection System which is being adopted for port and harbor security, and other applications globally. We have a number of products which are based on our real time 3D technology (Echoscope®, Underwater Inspection System and Dimension® (the latter being a forward looking real time sonar targeted at ROV applications)).
With this patented revolutionizing sub-sea visualization capability, and the existing systems integration skills within Coda Octopus Colmek, Inc. and Coda Octopus Martech Ltd., the Coda Octopus Group believes it can become a world leading integrated sonar technology supplier.
For further information, please visit http://www.codaoctopusgroup.com or contact Coda Octopus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our patent portfolio consists of the following:
Patent Number Description Expiration Date
US Patent No. 7,466,628 Concerns a “Method of constructing mathematical representations of objects from reflected sonar signals.” August 15, 2026
US Patent No. 7,489, 592 Concerns a “Method of automatically performing a patch test for a sonar system, where data from a plurality of overlapping 3D sonar scans of a surface, as the platform is moved, are used to compensate for biases in mounting the sonar system on the platform”. January 19, 2027
US Patent No. 7,898,902 Concerns a “method of representation of sonar images” allowing sonar three-dimensional (3D) data to be represented by a two-dimensional image. June 13, 2028
US Patent No. 8,059,486 Concerns a method of rendering volume representation of sonar images. April 16, 2028
US Patent No. 8,854,920 Concerns a method of volumetric rendering of three-dimensional sonar data sets September 5, 2032
US Patent No. 9,019,795 Method of object tracking using sonar imaging September 5, 2032
US Patent No. 10,088,566 Object Tracking using sonar imaging October 30, 2035
JP Patent No. 5565964
To provide a method for drilling/levelling thereof by an Underwater drilling/levelling work machine construction device
January 31, 2031
JP Patent No. 5565957 To Provide a construction management method by a 3-Dimensional Sonar by construction management device
October 31, 2030