Subsea motion, vision & measurement tooling development
The rapid development of image recognition, motion control and mobile computing power means that SRP can realise significant benefits for clients who are looking to acquire subsea data.
SRP’s engineers have developed electronic ROV callipers capable of repeatable measurements to 0.1mm accuracy, along with an image recognition algorithm that can detect the motion of a subsea wellhead from an ROV camera.
SRP can develop and supply bespoke electronic subsea tools for a range of purposes including; measurement, latch actuation, or as part of a larger package. Each tool is IP rated and qualified for subsea use with onboard microprocessor, surface communications, motor controls and sensors.
Delivered by SRP
SRP specialises in fatigue loaded applications, including risers and moorings; high strength steel components and welding. Its expertise also extends to general subsea engineering, equipment integration, quality control and procurement – all skills developed from a heritage in subsea high-pressure riser supply.
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