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MRE ROV Étaín - Comanche FORUM

The newest addition to the CRIS's infrastructures and equipment is our MRE ROV Étaín (Comanche FORUM) - a light weight work class ROV with depth rating of 2000m.

ROV Étaín is fully electrically thrusted with additional hydraulic power unit for underwater intervention. It has a LARS/TMS system allowing it to perform deep operations, as well as free swimming operations. Using the OceanRINGS software, developed here at CRIS, we can offer better control and stability throughout operations, even in high energy environment. ROV Étaín is equipped with a variety of sensors and tooling, such as: fibre gyro INS and DVL, sonars - forward looking, side scan and bathymetric, sound velocity probe, depth and altitude sensors, GNSS while on surface, high definition cameras, lights and manipulators.

Download full MRE ROV spec
 

For ROV ops and equipment contact: Anthony Weir or Edin Omerdic.

Observation ROVs

I-ROV - Reconfigurable, observation-class, small size, easy deployable inspection ROV, designed for operations in challenging conditions.

Suitable for underwater operations up to 300m depth. Equipped with the iXBlue ROVINS nano system, integrated with Nortek DVL and GNSS. The I-ROV is driven by OceanRINGS+ control software, with active fault-tolerant control module built-in.

Download full I-ROV spec. 

BLUEROV2 (BlueRobotics) - high-performance underwater ROV with six- and eight-thruster configurations, several available accessories. Rated to a depth of 100 meters. Designed like a working-class or research class ROV, the BlueROV2 has an open frame that carries the electronics and battery enclosures, thrusters, buoyancy foam, and ballast weights.

Download full BLEROV2 spec. 

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