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Remora ROV

 

Remora ROV Description

 

REMORA DESCRIPTION

The Remora concept emphasizes simplicity, robust design and configurability. With a depth rating of 6,000 meters, Remora is a member of an exclusive club of ROVs, most of which are owned by government and academic institutions.

The Remora class vehicles are purpose-built for deep water work, yet they can compete with significantly larger ROVs for shallow water work as well.

Remora’s small footprint is one of its greatest advantages. It has the ability to work in spaces that other work class vehicles cannot.

The Remora ROV system does not utilize a TMS (Tether Management System) which in many cases can add almost a 100% increase in complexity and correspondingly lower level of reliability typical of most commercial ROVs. The system is air transportable making it ideal for fast response worldwide.

The design was tailored to cost effectively perform:

Bullet  Medium Duty Work Tasks
Bullet  Wreck Investigation
Bullet  Recovery Operations
Bullet  Optical Documentation
Bullet  Sampling
Bullet  Sub-sea Cable Support

The following is a list of some of the more interesting operations the Remora ROVs have accomplished over the years.

Remora ROV Successful Missions

2014 Offshore Buoy Inspection for Harris Depth 2,382 meters
2013 Geological Survey Seabed Resources Scientific Mission Depth 4,104 meters
2013 Offshore Buoy Inspection and Recovery for Harris Depth 2,300 meters
2013 Offshore Buoy Inspection for Harris Depth 2,655 meters
2012 Search and Recovery Turkish AF F-14 Depth 1,301 meters
2012 Offshore Buoy Inspection for Harris Depth 2,646 meters
2012 Shipwreck Investigation for Odyssey Marine Depth 4,641 meters
2011 Search and Recovery Air France Flight 447 Depth 3,900 meters
2011 Inspection of the RMS TITANIC Depth 3,700 meters
2010 Search and Recovery 17th Century Wreck Depth 5,400 meters
2010 Search and Inspection AHS CENTAUR Depth 1,200 meters
2010 Search and Recovery USN E2-C Hawkeye Depth 3,500 meters
2009 Search and Recovery Yemenia Flight IY626 Depth 1,200 meters
2007 Search and Recovery Adam Air Flight 574 Depth 1,400 meters
2005 Search and Recovery Tuninter Airline Flight 1153 Depth 1,450 meters
2004 Search for Japanese H2A Rocket Depth 5,900 meters
2003 Search and Recovery USN F-14 Tomcat Depth 3,200 meters
2003 Search and Recovery USN SH 60 Helicopter Depth 2,900 meters
2001 Inspection of the RMS TITANIC Depth 3,700 meters
2001 Search and Recovery for Japanese H-2 Rocket Depth 3,400 meters
2000 Recovery of the Israeli Submarine INS DAKAR Depth 3,000 meters
2000 Search and Recovery of a IAF F-16 Depth 1,400 meters
1999 Discovery of the Israeli Submarine INS DAKAR Depth 3,000 meters

Additional inofrmation on these and other projects can be found within our  Press Releases ...

 

Remora ROV Links

 

Remora ROV Documents

 

 



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