Subsea UK’s ROV Conference 2015
11 September 2015
Venue: Village Hotel, Prime Four, Kingswells, Aberdeen, AB15 8PJ
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ROVs: down but not out
Following the fate of the global oil industry, the short-term outlook for the remotely operated vehicle (ROV) market is set to be sluggish – but long-term these machines will play a key role in deepwater development and the technology they use is set for a leap forward.
Both the market outlook and where ROV and autonomous underwater vehicle technology could go were discussed at Subsea UK’s ROV Conference, in Aberdeen, late September.
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The event was sponsored by ROVOP and supported by Delta Subsea, Bibby Offshore, Teledyne Bowtech and iXBlue, Subsea UK's ROV Conference covered a range of subjects including the global market, user perspectives, deepwater construction challenges, ROV development, trenching and mining, AUV/AIV, peripherals, and operational efficiencies.
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FMC Schilling Robotics - Peter MacInnes - warning: large file (635mb) view
IMCA - Chris Baldwin - view
The Underwater Centre - Steve Ham - view
Apache - Richard Stark - view
SMD - Stef Kapusniak - warning: large file (172mb) view
Canyon Offshore - John Davies - view