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Making Resident ROVs a Reality

The expanding ability of remotely operated vehicle (ROV) to work on the seafloor for extended period while being supported from a remote onshore location, reduces the environmental impacts and improves the safety of critical subsea operations. Learn how Oceaneering’s breakthrough E-ROV system is proving the capabilities of resident ROVs and changing the way we work in the water.

The Diver’s Apprentice

From breakthrough tech to makeshift solutions, two firsthand witnesses look back at some of the pioneering offshore applications of remotely operated vehicles.

An ROV History Refresher

Robert Wernli worked at the Navy lab in San Diego during the pioneer days of remotely operated vehicle (ROV) development.

Transformative Marine Manufacturing

What advantages does 3D metal printing have in marine applications? Learn how this technology is set to disrupt the marine manufacturing industry.

Sea-Bird's Inductive Modem System: Providing Real-Time Data from NOAA PMEL Ocean Climate Station Moorings

Exchanges of heat and moisture between the ocean and the air have a tremendous impact on global weather and climate. To improve satellite products and forecast models, as well as our understanding of air-sea interactions, NOAA gathers meteorological and oceanic data from autonomous platforms. The resulting data empower the world to adapt to climate variations, while improved forecast models help reduce our vulnerability to weather and climate extremes.

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