Drones

Greensea Systems’ drone tech passes beach UXO test

Greensea Systems’ drone tech passes beach UXO test

Unexploded ordnance (UXO) isn’t just a problem at deepwater offshore sites: bombs, shells, grenades, landmines and other undetonated munitions can also be present within the surf zone, posing a major safety risk to swimmers, surfers and other beach users. Should buried UXO become disturbed or moved, the result can be severe burns, lacerations, amputations and/or […]

Voyis launches Discovery duo

Voyis launches Discovery duo

Subsea optical inspection tech firm Voyis Imaging has unveiled its Discovery line of vision systems for ROVs, created to “address the trade-off currently being made between piloting cameras and 3D inspection cameras”, the company says. Voyis argues that piloting cameras prioritise low latency video at the expense of the image data required for 3D model […]

Advanced Navigation launches new R&D hub

Advanced Navigation launches new R&D hub

Advanced Navigation has launched a subsea robotics manufacturing and R&D centre in Balcatta, Western Australia, to accelerate production of its Hydrus-branded autonomous underwater bot. Spanning just over 22,255m2, the new site will serve as a hub for product development and manufacturing, and will help to grow the group’s underwater AI business. On-site resources include “testing […]

Asso unveils trench-jetting ROV

Asso unveils trench-jetting ROV

Asso.subsea, a subsidiary of Greece-headquartered Asso Group, has unveiled a new trench- jetting ROV, boasting 1.56MW of jetting power and specially designed to operate with cohesionless soil. The AssoJet III Mk2 measures 7.1m x 5.2m, has a height of 3.9m and can descend to 1,500m. The ROV can create trenches up to 3.2m-deep from seabed […]

Class society RINa thinks remote surveying is here to stay

Class society RINa thinks remote surveying is here to stay

Italian classification society RINA believes that remote survey systems and technology are becoming an established and accepted part of the inspection and survey regimes adopted in the shipping industry The classification society RINA believes that remote survey systems and technology are becoming an established and accepted part of the inspection and survey regimes adopted in […]

Close to the drone

Close to the drone

  (image: Southern Ocean Laboratory)   China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) has launched what may be the world’s first remotely operated drone carrier. Zhu Hai Yun will function primarily as a research vessel, specialising in oceanography, but will also have the capacity for naval operations in the South China Sea.   The vessel was ordered by the […]

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