Join us for Subsea Innovation Day 2015 on August 27th! See exclusive demos of new technologies from RTS, Seatronics, Kongsberg and others as well as equipment presentations and industry predictions from major Oil & Gas companies.
RTS Gen 5 MUX 3000TI-3HD systems were recently used as part of a spread to capture HD video and stills images of the World War II shipwrecks HMAS Sydney II and HSK Kormoran in a joint Curtin University and Western Australian Museum expedition 200 km off the coast of Western Australia. Read more...
RTS Gyro Toolbox units were used to aid the deployment of three subsea structures at water depths of 1300 meters, at a location 300 kilometers from shore. The operation is a pioneering field development and a new Norwegian depth record was set for structure deployment.
The new RTS Subsea Display features leading edge functionality and sought after improvements for displaying information subsea. The RTS Engineering team introduces a unit that will provide unparalleled visibility, flexibility and up to one-tenth of the power consumption of existing product solutions.
RTS & Seatronics can now offer subsea laser scanners developed by 2G Robotics. These systems can capture detailed 3D models delivering 100x higher resolution than sonars and provide the accuracy and precision needed for making informed decisions.
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