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(L-R) Phil Middleton, Seatronics Group MD, with Andy Williamson from Underseasense (Photo: Seatronics)

Seatronics Doubles Its Stock of R2 Sonic Multibeam Systems

Seatronics, an Acteon company providing rental and sale of marine electronic equipment, has doubled its stock of Sonic 2024 Multibeam Echosounders with the acquisition of 11 new systems from long-term supplier R2 Sonic.Over the last 18 months, the increased projects within the oil and gas industry and the booming activity in the offshore wind farm sector have seen a rise in hydrographic surveys all around the world. Responding to this increased need and to serve their customers with innovative solutions, Seatronics have more than doubled their stockholding of Sonic 2024 systems with an investment in

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Seatronics Renews Partnership with 2G Robotics

Seatronics, an Acteon company in the rental and sale of marine electronic equipment, has renewed its global sales and distribution partnership with 2G Robotics, specialists in high precision underwater laser scanning and imaging technology.   2G Robotics’ underwater laser scanners generate true-scale submillimeter resolution 3D models of subsea structures and environments in real-time. The systems provide notable improvements in accuracy, precision and cost efficiency for subsea survey, inspection and engineering operations. The high density point cloud data generated by the systems

Battelle to Debut HorizonVue M360 Video System at OI

;s unique HorizonVue 360 interactive camera and viewing software will be demonstrated to attendees of the Oceanology International conference in London March 15-17. The video system is now available for sale or rental throughout the global offices of Seatronics Ltd., specialists in marine electronic equipment.   The camera’s viewing capability and interactive video provides never-before available situational awareness allowing ROV operators to inspect subsea equipment and to perform detailed tasks in complex operating environments with increased efficiency and effectiveness. In

Camera Enables ROVs to See 360 Degrees

become time-consuming to reverse, had it not been caught utilizing the camera’s 360 degree capability,” said Chad Brown, GM Operations of Canyon Offshore.   The video system is now available for sale or rental throughout the global offices of Seatronics Ltd., specialists in marine electronic equipment

SeeByte Sells Additional SeeTrack CoPilot Units to Seatronics

a survey route and have the Predator automatically inspect it.” Ioseba Tena, Sales Manager at SeeByte, said, "This is a great example of how our strategy to partner with manufacturers can really help change the industry. Seatronics are global leaders in the rental and sale of marine electronic equipment and it’s reflected in the way in which they have taken this very capable inspection-class ROVto market. We are very excited to see their users get the full benefits from SeeTrack CoPilot.” SeeTrack CoPilot is an advanced, plug-and play software that aims to make piloting

Hardide Coatings: First ROV Application

solved the wear issues we were facing and increased the performance of the ROV. Using the Hardide coating on the Predator was like tuning a car to get more miles per gallon and getting F1 performance.” Seatronics, an Acteon company is a global leader in the sale and rental of subsea marine electronic equipment.  The company manufactures the Predator ROV mainly for the oil and gas market to support operations using a diver or larger ROV to provide backup and support. ROV operations are a growing market, with recent reports highlighting an 80% increase in ROV expenditure from 2013 to 2017

Predator II ROV Put through its Paces @ FAU

Observation class ROV. According to those who attended, the demo was impressive. Florida Atlantic University (FAU) was the home for Seatronics’ recent demonstration of the Predator II ROV, the latest addition to the formidable stable housed by the specialists in the rental and sale of marine electronic equipment, covering a range of applications: geophysical survey; navigation and positioning; oceanographic systems; video inspection; ROV survey; ROV tooling and diving and non destructive testing. In short, Seatronics and its clients gathered at FAU to: •    Demonstrate the

From left: Thiago Montanari of Seatronics, David Velasco and Paloma Cortez of Nortekand Fabio D'Agostino of Seatronics. (Credit: Nortek)

Seatronics, Nortek Join Forces in Brazil

facilities and people to support a full Service Center, Seatronics brought a lot to the table,” he said. “Having both our own subsidiary and a representative allows us to support all present and future Nortek customers in Brazil.” A global company in the rental and sale of marine electronic equipment, Seatronics do Brasil is part of the Seatronics Group, an Acteon company. “Seatronics has recently increased its local commercial and technical team to successfully supply and service the unique range of Nortek equipment in Brazil,” said Fabio D’Agostino, Vice President

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Predator, SeeTrackCoPilot Demonstrated at OI

SeeByte, a creator of smart software for unmanned maritime systems, and Seatronics, a rental and sales company for marine electronic equipment, demonstrated the fruits of their collaboration at this year’s Oceanology International Exhibition in London. Having announced their partnership in July last year, SeeByte and Seatronics have been working together to bring SeeByte’s software control capabilities to the Seatronics Predator ROV. Having successfully integrated and demonstrated SeeTrackCoPilot at trials in Florida earlier in the year, Seatronics took the system to Oceanology Internatio

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