ROVs for Uncrewed Vessels

The development of simple canoes and rafts enabled mankind to take to the water and catch food.

As knowledge grew humans started going further afield on a quest to explore and conquer distant lands. This also gave rise to trade, the shipment of goods across the world’s oceans, and the advent of larger faster vessels. In recent times, mankind has gone to sea to exploit its resources and build infrastructure for energy and communication industries. These vessels need not only transport goods to site but also have methods of deploying and installing equipment to the seafloor. Vessel purpose has evolved over time.

Click here to read the full story, in ON&T March 2021.

By Mark Collins
BD Director, SMD Remote and Autonomous Systems