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The Scottish MATE ROV competition, co-ordinated and hosted by RGU, saw 11 school teams from around the country face off as they put their robots through a series of underwater missions for a place in the international final.
Summary: Shillong (Meghalaya) [India], Jan 9 (ANI): As part of the ongoing efforts to rescue the trapped miners from a flooded coal mine in Ksan near Lytein River in East Jaintia Hills, Indian Navy's Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) probes, up to a distance of 100 feet, have been successfully undertaken inside the two identified rat holes which run horizontal to the vertical shaft, informed Eastern Naval Command on Tuesday.
The company is currently expanding, having added 19 ROVs to its fleet last month, bringing ROVOP's total operational fleet to 51, said a statement.
The paper suggests the system that automatically generates recommendations and warnings to the operators of ROVs for the most efficient control of a supporting vessel, ROV, as well as a lifting device.
A 15-person team will deploy from Finland to carry out the UXO identification work using two of the firm's fleet of 28 ROVs.
The commercially-proven Seaeye Leopard electric work class ROV, the most powerful vehicle for its size in the world, adds to Rovop's existing capability at its Houston base.
The ROVs include new Wildcat X and Wildcat 4X models with an all-new RG PRO rear suspension and a Alterra 300 ATV, the company said and added that the main models are three new Wildcat side-by-sides, the two-occupant Wildcat X EPS and Wildcat X Limited EPS and the four-occupant Wildcat 4X EPS.
LEADING North East ROV manufacturer SMD has developed a new training course aimed directly at experienced freelance ROV technicians who want to broaden their portfolio of work class ROV skills.
ROVs are underwater, unmanned vehicles controlled by a pilot from above the surface of the water.
Today ROVs are considered amongst the most expensive categories of professional service robots.