ROV LUSO

The ROV Luso is a remotely operated vehicle capable of diving to depths of 6000 m which is adapted for scientific purposes aimed at collecting various types of samples (geological and biological – with different requirements in samples packaging). It… [...]

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ROV ÆGIR 6000

The Ægir 6000 work-class ROV is specially equipped for science with samplers and sensors. Sufficiently powered to operate seafloor drilling systems and to install and maintain seafloor observatories. It is designed for operation from both RVs G.O. Sars and Kronprins… [...]

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ROV ARIANE

The hybrid ROV Ariane is a new generation of remote underwater systems operated through an optical fiber link, through which energy is supplied by on-board lithium-ion batteries. The HROV Ariane’s innovation is its reversible management of the optical fiber, allowing… [...]

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ROV MARUM SQUID

ROV MARUM-Squid is a SAAB-Seaeye Leopard type compact, small work- class ROV system for operations down to 2,000 m water depth, designed to operate from small research vessels with limited deck space. It was deployed on a variety of research… [...]

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ROV OCEAN MODULES V8 OFFSHORE

The Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) “Ocean Modules V8 Offshore” is in service since 2010/2011 and was used primarily in Swedish territorial waters but also onboard the German research icebreaker Polarstern in southern summer season 2015/2016 in the south-eastern Weddell Sea,… [...]

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ROV GENESIS

The Remotely Operating Vehicle (ROV) “Genesis” with Tether Management System (TMS) is a medium sized observation/light work ROV (Cherokee-type built by Sub-Atlantic). It can be operated from any vessel capable of accommodating a winch and a control/workshop 20ft-container. The ROV… [...]

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ROV HOLLAND I

The Holland I Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) is a scientific deepwater ROV system. The system is designed for deployment from the MI vessel RV Celtic Explorer as well as other vessels of opportunity. The system consists of a SMD Quasar… [...]

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