Small is mighty - The power of Mini-ROV's

With their multiple manipulator arms, array of finely tuned sensors and heavy-duty propulsion systems, there is no doubt that larger, work-class ROV’s have a wide variety of functions in the oil and gas sector. But there are a whole host of benefits and advantages that are unique to that of the modest but no less […]

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HPR ROV Blog: Robotics and ROV

Since its inception in the early 1950’s Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV’s) have become hugely important in many industries such as offshore renewables, oil and gas, defence and underwater exploration. This started in 1953 with the first un-manned vehicle, produced by Dimitri Rebikoff.  It was used for the location and documentation of sites which would have […]

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ROV Revolution

In the 1980’s, remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) were revolutionised with the introduction of fibre optic cables to replace the old and outmoded copper ones. This allowed a far greater quantity of data and video content to be transmitted from the ROV back to the surface. In addition, it paved the way for ROV’s to function […]

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Developments in ROVs

Since the 1980’s ROV’s have become an increasingly staple asset to the Oil and Gas Sector, providing a safe way to remotely inspect, maintain and replace critical underwater assets. As the energy sector shifts its focus more and more into deep-sea drilling projects in search of new opportunities, innovation across the ROV industry is being […]

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