Cataumet, MA (29 October 2014) - Global Explorer, a 3000m-rated lightweight work class ROV, completed 2014 with 100% vehicle uptime on all projects. The vehicle performed numerous science surveys in the Northern Gulf of Mexico that included photo transects, archeological investigation, instrument deployment/recovery, and sampling of sea life and sediment. Deep Sea Systems International attributes the reliability of the Global Explorer to its exceptionally-trained crew combined with vehicle design that comes from over 20 years experience building and operating ROVs.
Global Explorer is presently in its Massachusetts facility undergoing periodic maintenance and upgrades to the system to be announced in coming weeks. The company is booking 2015 and 2016 with the ability to accommodate special projects worldwide aboard vessels as small as 95’.
Deep Sea Systems International is an innovative subsidiary of Oceaneering International Inc. Visit deepseasystems.com for more information.
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