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Uncrewed and Remote Technology

By combining innovative methodology with advances in sensor technology and AI-enabled processing algorithms we can deliver improvements in efficiency, cost, and quality of site characterisation data - allowing access to detailed ground models sooner, which in turn allows critical decision-making earlier in the development process, and reduces both the carbon impact and levelized cost of energy. 
Collectively we need solutions like this to remove the prevailing curse of overengineering in windfarm design, borne from a lack of detail in the ground models currently produced at DEVEX stage. 
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Uncrewed and Remote Technology
Operational benefits

USVs are often smaller and more shallow-drafted than conventional inshore vessels, allowing greater access to tricky locations. 

As well as being cheaper and easier to deploy, they can be operated remotely, with rapid data transfer, enabling delivery of results earlier in the site investigation process, or critical asset inspection decisions to be made sooner.

Uncrewed and Remote Technology
Uncrewed and Remote Technology
Towed sensors

In-house development has led to the deployment of towed geophysical sensors from uncrewed platforms, making our USVs the ideal tool for a much wider range of projects. 

We are able to collect full hydrographic and geophysical datasets in nearshore environments around the world with no-one offshore, all supported from our Remote Operations Centre.

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Uncrewed and Remote Technology
Research and development

Development and improvement of technology is at the heart of our business. 

We innovate to meet client requirements, but this requires early engagement and shared goals with stakeholders across our industry. We make sure that we fail quickly, and develop stronger, more capable solutions as a result - helping us decarbonise data acquisition and push towards net-zero.

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