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Hydrographic Survey: Single & Multibeam Sonar
ables it to be used in any daylight conditions. Its control missions. The low weight of the Oceanus Pro and Oceanus console is protected by a water-resistant case and the DC Pro Plus submersibles of 38.1 lbs (17.3 kg) means that the power input allows operation in situations where AC power units can be easily deployed by one person, while the stan- is not available. dard features of these units include an ROV housing made
The Oceanus Hybrid Plus ROV offers all the features of of anodized aluminium and an ROV power tether. Optional the Oceanus Hybrid but with the added features of a large upgrades include wireless broadcasting in which the opera- 15-inch (38 cm) TFT-active matrix panel on the Topside tor can enable screen-sharing with other operatives and the
Control Case, as well as greater ? exibility in the choice of MarineNav Fleet Management Suite – this reports the status attachments that can be added to the unit, thereby increasing and health of ROVs remotely to give full tracking of single functionality and the number of different tasks that the ROV or multiple units.
can perform. The Oceanus Pro Plus includes all the features of the Ocea- nus Pro as well as the ? exibility to customize the system
New product introductions with a range of extra features and attachments, for example
MarineNav’s latest ROV product introductions are its the upgrade of the Topside Control Case to an 18.5-inch (47
Oceanus Pro and Oceanus Pro Plus ROV systems. These cm) widescreen version or a 24-inch (60 cm) TFT-active ma- units are rugged inspection-class ROVs capable of oper- trix LCD display. ating to a maximum depth of 1000 feet (305 meters) at a The Oeanus Pro Plus is equipped with Full HD 1080P front maximum speed of six knots, making them highly suited for and back cameras to enable simultaneous viewing and an performing not only propeller, hull and wharf inspections optional 4K external camera provides even greater function- but also for carrying out underwater search and recovery ality.
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