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Underwater Vision to Fugro Subsea Services

  08/02/2012
BlueView Technologies, USA, has made a recent delivery of two P900-130 2D Multibeam Imaging Sonar for Fugro Subsea Services in Aberdeen, UK. Installed on the latest batch of Falcon underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROV) from Saab Seaeye, the units will be used to provide real-time situational awareness in the tough underwater environments in which the vehicles must operate.



Falcon with BlueVIew Sonar

The BlueView P900-130 2D Imaging Sonar features an ultra-wide 130° field of view in a compact housing to deliver crisp, real-time imagery and accurate data.  

This shipment completes a total of six units delivered to the group over the past year.

 




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 sonar  data  ROV 

Supplier: Teledyne Blueview

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