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Multi-Channel Inspection System for Survey ROVs to be Developed

SubC Imaging has secured backing to develop a new multi-channel inspection system designed for the offshore energy sector, which will integrate data from diverse sources into a unified platform and support up to six cameras By William Mackenzie / 08 May 2024
New Multi-Channel Inspection System for Survey ROVs
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Set to advance underwater inspection capabilities, SubC Imaging has secured backing to develop an innovative multi-channel inspection system tailored for Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs)

The cutting-edge system, which will support up to six cameras, promises unparalleled situational awareness by providing comprehensive coverage of subsea environments. By integrating data from diverse sources into a unified platform, including cameras, lights, lasers, and cloud-based infrastructure, SubC Imaging aims to streamline inspections and surveys, catering to the rigorous demands of the offshore energy sector.

The company assert that regular inspections of subsea equipment are imperative in the offshore energy sector, often necessitating specialized personnel and multiple inspections. SubC Imaging’s technology seeks to alleviate these challenges, offering a cost-effective and efficient solution for monitoring and inspecting underwater assets.

SubC Imaging has secured nearly $500,000 in funding from the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to develop the new underwater inspection system, which will be matched by SubC Imaging’s own investment. 

This announcement comes on the heels of the successful launch of SubC’s Rayfin Single Channel Inspection system. One of its standout features is real-time topside media and data transfer with embedded EXIF, which eliminates the need for time-consuming downloads and provides immediate access to critical data.

Confident in the company’s readiness to bring its transformative technology to market, Chad Collet, CEO of SubC Imaging, commented; “We have collaborated with industry experts over the past year to refine our product market and technology strategies. With this support, we are well-positioned to lead the charge in advancing ocean technology, leveraging the unique strengths of Newfoundland and Labrador.”

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