Innovative robotic undervater vehicle
The new Stinger and Videoray ROV system provides a trouble free and maintenance friendly operation for short and long term deployments.
Simplified construction and material selected reduces the size and weight. Based on a modular design additional modules can be included like a garage for the ROV and tool basket for special missions. Spooling the tether in and out of the TMS is conducted with constant tension and overload protection.
The challenge was to get into a tank structure, through a 30 cm predrilled hole, and clean welds for close visual inspection and non-destructive testing. The solution was to build a small but powerful ROV around a set of high-pressure nozzles. It has proven to be very effective and are currently on assignment for customers in the North Sea. The system is based on Stinger's ARROV architecture with remote control from the surface.
More than 450 delegates attended the biggest ever single gathering of international subsea robotic drone systems for use in the oil and gas industry the 2.nd. - 3.rd. October at TAU close to Stavanger. In addition, aerial drones, subsea seawater injection and a floating wind power research hub was demonstrated.
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WEDNESDAY 2nd OCTOBER 2019, 10:00 – 16:00 | THURSDAY 3rd OCTOBER 2019, 10:00 – 16:00
ARROV mini ROV is a in-house development for operators in the North Sea and includes auto stabilization and heading for fine navigation during cleaning.
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Stinger Technology awarded long-term ROV frame agreement by Equinor
Artificial intelligence in an autonomous net cleaning robot. More information; Leiv Midthassel +47 95996888 or Bjarte Langeland +47 91571819.
Stinger is proud to have been awarded a contract by NOV providing instrumentation, power and communication solutions for the inshore full-scale testing of the subsea water injection Seabox™ module.
We are very proud to announce that Stinger ROV operation from Gina Krog was selected to be “Success of the month” by Statoil IMR Subsea Services internal newsletter. The credit for this must first and foremost be given to the management from Statoil and Stinger crew who delivered above and beyond what was expected.