Today, industries that require underwater work cannot do without ROV’s that complement diving work to ensure safety and efficiency in the processes.
These 5 ROV search and rescue methods are the most applied by trained professionals in order to find or recover valuable objects and even lives. The use of technology is increasingly beneficial for this type of mission, using ROVs, these operations are applicable in dangerous or polluted waters where it would be impossible for a…
They finally discover the remains of the Endurance after a century, the ship of the Imperial Transatlantic Expedition led by Ernest Shackleton in 1915.
It is incredible what technology is providing with the aim of adding capabilities for underwater exploration. In this article I will try to show you everything that has to do with this fascinating topic.
At first glance, the operation of an ROV is simple, we have seen and read it in countless articles on the internet, but believe me it is a little more complex than a submerged device with a long cable connected to a computer.
In today’s age we should not be surprised to see the deep sea as never seen before. And it is that advances in technology show previously inaccessible sites in all their splendor, such as the Mariana trenches that can now be seen through videos
An ROV is a remotely operated submersible vehicle. Much has changed since the first ROVs, small in size packed with cables and with limited range, were submerged for industrial purposes in subsea pipelines.
Continuation of the expedition started in 2011 to assess the ecosystem of the different areas of ecological importance in the Baltic Sea.
Issuance of marine documentation to promote the protection of the ecosystem of the area.
Expedition campaign to collect samples and assess the state of the ecosystem and seabed.