Boxfish Research Showcased at METSTRADE

For the upcoming edition of METSTRADE, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) and NZ Marine will be supporting New Zealand companies unable to attend the show, including Boxfish Research. They will be showcasing our innovative technology products for the marine leisure industry.

If you’re a marine industry professional, the exhibition offers the perfect chance to talk with NZTE representatives about our vision system technology for the leisure industry. METSTRADE is a global marine leisure industry event attended by 1,300 exhibitors, and thousands of visitors and Boxfish Research has a unique offering for this sector. 

We’d like to thank NZTE and NZ Marine for this fantastic opportunity and for showcasing our products!

The exhibition will be held in Amsterdam and online from 16-18 November. Get in quick to reserve your ticket! It’s free of charge until 8 November. Learn more on the NZ Marine exhibitor’s page on the METSTRADE website.

NZTE and NZ Marine – supporting New Zealand exporters

NZTE is the New Zealand government’s international business development agency. They work with a range of innovative New Zealand businesses, including manufacturers and tech start-ups, to support exporters to grow. NZTE has more than 750 employees and hundreds of private sector advisors worldwide who use their knowledge and connections to add value to ambitious New Zealand businesses.

The New Zealand Marine Industry Association (NZ Marine) helps develop the marine industry in New Zealand by promoting export initiatives, training, and boat shows and helping their members expand their businesses.

Boxfish Research – innovative vision technology solutions

Boxfish Research designs and manufactures industry-leading, actively stabilised, ultra-high-definition underwater drones and 360 cameras for submerged asset inspection, marine science, offshore energy and cinematography. Boxfish Research incorporates cutting edge technology with ease of use and advanced sensing to expand the possibilities for humans to understand, experience and work within the underwater world.