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Oil & Gas

Underwater inspection robots

Key facts

5%

cut in maintenance costs

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Top business benefits

Speeds up maintenance

Cuts maintenance costs

Self-propelled vehicles for underwater inspections, maintenance and repairs.

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Operators typically contract expensive surface vessels to support underwater inspections, repairs and maintenance. These self-propelled robotic vehicles negate the need for these manually-operated surface vessels. They have a slender, flexible design that enables them to travel over long distances and carry out light inspection, maintenance and repair jobs in confined spaces underwater.

Equipped with several key sensors and tools, the vehicles can be installed on both existing and new fields. They can be used for tasks such as: visual inspection; cleaning; and, operating valves and chokes. This solution facilitates huge cuts to subsea inspection and intervention budgets and cuts the time given over to inspections, repairs and maintenance.

The challenge

Operators typically contract expensive surface vessels to support underwater inspections, repairs and maintenance. These are expensive to run and take a long time to reach their destinations, delaying inspections, maintenance and repairs. When on scene, engineers can also find it difficult to access and work in confined spaces underwater, which limits the quality and effectiveness of their work.

The approach

These self-propelled robotic vehicles negate the need for manually-operated surface vessels. They have a slender, flexible design that enables them to travel over long distances and carry out light inspection, maintenance and repair jobs in confined spaces underwater. Equipped with several key sensors and tools, the vehicles can be installed on both existing and new fields. They can be used for tasks such as: visual inspection; cleaning; and, operating valves and chokes.

This solution facilitates huge cuts to subsea inspection and intervention budgets and cuts the time given over to inspections, repairs and maintenance.

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