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Ship hull inspection

Video and sonar inspection
Daignosis and defect identification
Ship hull thickness measurements
Use case

Inspection of the Bourbon Alexandre ship thrusters

Nigeria - 2011

Thanks to their small weight and dimensions, Subsea Tech's mini-ROV are easily and quickly deployed in harbour areas to carry out ship hull inspections. The high resolution video cameras mounted on the ROV allow the operator identifying in real-time the smallest defects. Subsea Tech's mini-ROV can embed a USBL acoustic positioning system to localize the defects on the ship hull and an imaging sonar (Blueview or Oculus) to carry out inspections in turbid waters.

 

Objectives

 

  • Inspection and assessment of the ship thrusters conditions

Used equipment


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