Velocious Australia has added to its portfolio of subsea engineering and remote technology services through the development of a mock remotely operated vehicle (ROV). The company said the mock ROV was most recently used to test tools for Chevron’s Gorgon project off Western Australia. The vehicle has the capability to replicate every function a ROV would carry out in a subsea environment to ensure safety and operational integrity and can be configured to any industry standard work class ROV used in subsea construction. Incorporating hydraulic power and controls, lights, cameras, and manipulators, the mock ROV enables system integration testing of subsea hardware. The mock ROV can be stored and transported in a custom-built container, which enables it to be packaged and transported.
For more information, visit www.velocious.com.au
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