NDE Offshore

Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) are robotic machines that can travel underwater to assist with various tasks related to subsea works. 

Diving for the oil and gas industry has its risk restrictions. Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) can reach areas that divers might not be able to.

ROVs facilitate complex exploration and development in difficult and deep water areas.

There are different kinds of ROVs

Work class ROVs:

Work class ROVs are, as the name suggests, designed to complete various tasks. They have multiple robotic arms to perform tasks such as lifting actions or repairing underwater equipment. Normally, they are powered hydraulically or electrically.

Observational class ROVs

Observational class ROVs have cameras with recording possibilities. They can transmit real-time visuals from underwater. They are used for seabed surveys and inspections; they are the ‘eyes and hands’ underwater.


Our ROV Assets include Work Class ROV, Inspection ROV, Light Work Class ROV (Electric), and Work Class ROV (Hydraulic)

We have a modern ROV fleet and trained personnel who can administer a wide range of ROV services, including:

  • Assistance for Construction works
  • Bathymetry Survey
  • Drilling Support
  • Emergency response
  • NDT Survey
  • Pipelay & cables monitoring
  • Pipeline leak detection
  • Seabed inspection
  • Underwater inspection campaigns


Our ROV Assets include a Work-Class ROV, an Inspection ROV, a Light Work-Class ROV (Electric), and a Work-Class ROV (Hydraulic), which empower us to offer a complete solution to our clients.

Our ROV systems are managed by trained personnel.

With the help of our modern ROV fleet and trained ROV personnel, you, as a customer, can benefit from safely and successfully mannered subsea works.

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