An international group of defence and civilian specialists in mine countermeasures visited Saab Seaeye’s UK facility. The group, that included the Deputy Director of The NATO Underwater Research Centre, saw a range of existing and newly developed underwater robotic vehicles used in searching for, disarming and neutralising mines and waterborne IEDs, Saab Seaeye wrote. The… Continue Reading »
ROVOP, an independent subsea remotely operated vehicle (ROV) service provider, has secured GBP 3 million (USD 4.5 million) worth of new contracts across the oil and gas, offshore wind and power transmission sectors. This work, awarded during November, with four new clients is based in multiple geographic locations in the North Sea, Mediterranean and West Africa and… Continue Reading »
The Venezuelan Government has chosen a Saab Seaeye Falcon ROV fitted with a special survey system for inspection of its Guri Dam and associated turbines. Built in the 1960s and one of the largest reservoirs on earth, work is underway to extend the life of the dam by 30 years. In addition to its subsea… Continue Reading »
Brazilian subsea engineering company, Oceanica, is expanding its Saab Seaeye ROV fleet with two new Lynx vehicles. According to the company, each Lynx will be used in conjunction with two new vessels being built for Oceanica’s growing Petrobras activities in the vast Brazilian oil fields. Head of ROV operations, Manoel Teixeira Lopes Filho, said: “I… Continue Reading »
een as the most powerful ROV of its size in the world, its combination of 11 thrusters, unrivalled payload, and a host of advanced technology features won over DeepOcean, which itself is an innovator in providing subsea services. “It’s a pioneering design from Saab Seaeye, a company with a track record of innovation,”says Rick Green, Regional… Continue Reading »
Meridian Ocean Services has added two Saab Seaeye Lynx ROVs to its Falcon fleet to undertake a wider range of deeper inspection tasks at short notice. The company has already won a niche in the market for undertaking fast response assignments in the offshore fields of America, Trinidad and Mexico. It has created a suite… Continue Reading »
Saab Seaeye has created what it claims to be the world’s most advanced electric work-class ROV, the Jaguar. It will, says the company, bring significant cost savings in ROV operations by accelerating the shift from hydraulic to electric work ROVs for many more applications.