The world-renowned New York Museum of Modern Art has featured Unifire’s anti-pirate water cannons (also known as “robotic nozzles”) in its fascinating project, Design and Violence (http://designandviolence.moma.org/anti-pirate-water-cannon-unifire/).
The piece was written by Graham Westgarth, Chairman of INTERTANKO and Chief Operating Officer of GasLog Ltd.
According to Unifire’s Director of International Sales & Marketing, Roger Barrett James, “Unifire is delighted to have been selected by the Museum of Modern Art to display our technology. Indeed, we too consider our robotic nozzles to be works of art–they are elegantly designed and manufactured; they are sleek, beautifully crafted, shiny and reflective. Moreover, the project raises important considerations in the use of equipment in controversial circumstances. As a company dedicated to saving lives and maximizing safety, we welcome the discussion and debate generated by the project and its participants.”
Unifire encourages you to check out this unique presentation and consideration of its anti-pirate water cannons. The full link to the project is: http://designandviolence.moma.org/anti-pirate-water-cannon-unifire/