Aleron Subsea Introduces New ROV System
Aleron Subsea has built a multi-purpose ROV system to be used for boulder clearance operations in wind farm developments in the Baltic Sea.
The system, called AUXROV, has a combined 200HP of power.
It is capable of running subsea dredging systems, mass flow excavation tools, various cutting tools including shear tools/diamond wire tools, mattress deployment tools, survey spreads and even dock onto tracked skids, Aleron explained.
The ROV can run a range of subsea sensors through its gladiator control system and fibre optic link mux which offers 12 x RS232, 12 x RS484, 4 x Ethernet (1 gig per channel) and 6 video channels, the company added.
It comes with auto depth, auto altitude, and auto heading.