ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle)
ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) – This is an alternative to diving for in-depth visual inspections and electrochemical potential. ROVs are portable video camera systems assembled on a compact submersible vehicle, which moves are remotely controlled by an operator on the surface by an umbilical cable.
With a growing fleet of ROVs “working class” and “inspection class”, SISTAC offers economic, agile and versatile options for underwater services.
ROV allows more economy and agility in diving operations, since the services are executed more quickly, without the need of mobilization of a big team and several equipment.
- Dive support in underwater inspections;
- Monitoring of underwater operations;
- Surveys of physical arrangement, seabed, structures and activities;
- Installation and drilling support;
- Underwater construction support;
- Inspection, Maintenance and Repair.
Specifications of SISTAC’s fleet:
- ATOM – Up to 2000 m – Work Class (doesn’t overheat in shallow water)
- TIGER 860 – Up to 1000 m – Light Work Class
- SEA EYE FALCON – Observation Class – Up to 300 m
- VIDEORAY PRO 4 – Observation Class – Up to 300 m