VideoRay has announced that it has been awarded a $2.2 million dollar contract by the Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO) of the US Department of Defense to modernize the United States Coast Guard’s (USCG) fleet of VideoRay Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV).
VideoRay systems have been employed by the Department of Homeland Security at various ports since 2003, inspecting ships and harbor [...]
Tags: CTTSO · Homeland Security · LYYN Inside · ROV · United States · United States Coast Guard · US · USCG · VideoRay
Following a competitive international call for tender, Subsea Tech managed to secure an order with the Swedish Defense Research Agency (FOI) for the delivery of a Guardian mini ROV together with its LYYN video enhancement system and manipulator. The ROV will be used for inspection of seabed when installing different equipment.
“Because of the nature of [...]
Tags: Baltic Sea · defence · FOI · Guardian · ROV · Subsea Tech
In 1948 the SS Pasley was scuttled in Newport, Oregon with the intention of it being used as a wharf. Due to it’s location and the effects of the tide it started to shift over the years and it was abandoned as a wharf.
In 2008, an oil sheen was noticed around the ship. The Port of Newport had the holds where the [...]
Tags: Craig Thorngren · inspection · Newport · Oregon · ROV · Submerged Recovery & Inspection Services · VideoRay
Simon Marr at Visualsoft Ltd. has written an interesting article where LYYN is highlighted in the latest issue of Marine Technology Reporter; “Underwater Visualization to Enhance Underwater Inspections”.
“Digital Video to support subsea pipeline and structural inspections has been around for more than a decade now and has become well established offshore. However, the quality [...]
Tags: inspection · IP · MTR · ROV · Simon Marr · turbidity · Underwater inspection · Visualsoft
Öresundsbron, the bridge between Denmark and Sweden, may have improved the marine environment in the ten years since it was built, in stark contrast to the fears before its construction.
Researchers from Lund University have found increased fish activity around the bridge’s pillars, as well as plenty of other marine life, such as mussels.
It was feared [...]
Tags: bridge foundation · environment · Havsresan · LTH · lund university · marine environment · Öresund Bridge · ROV · Sweden