Cyberhawk’s latest Offshore Oil and Gas Inspection video shows how far we have taken this technology and what the major benefits of using an ROAV are to the asset owner.
The capability to deploy Cyberhawk’s Remotely Operated Aerial Vehicle from anywhere on an offshore installation; or from a nearby vessel/barge means the ROAV inspection scope is not affected by possible bed space shortages and makes the deployment much easier to plan. In fact, if on a vessel or as a part of a walk-2-work programme; an ROAV oil and gas inspection technique can be used to perform “multi-scopes” on several platforms.
Multi-Scope means multiple work scopes such as the inspection of the splash zone, underdeck, risers, elevations, overboard structures, flare and derrick or any combination can be completed in one mobilisation; this benefits several departments at the same time from asset integrity management, HSE, logistics to decommissioning.
About Cyberhawk: Cyberhawk is the world leader in Remotely Operated Aerial Vehicle (ROAV) industrial inspection and surveying. The company created the industrial inspection market in 2008 and has since achieved over 25 world firsts.
Cyberhawk operates in the oil and gas, utilities and renewables sectors on a global level with offices in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. The company has completed more than 200 live flare inspections, more than 75 of which were for the oil and gas super majors including Shell, BP, Chevron, Total and ExxonMobil. In the utilities sector, Cyberhawk has inspected thousands of electricity towers and completed more than 100 projects for major utilities companies including SSE, EDF, Eon, RWE, ESB, Scottish Power and Centrica.
“Using a combination of qualified and experienced inspection engineers, land surveyors, ROAV pilots and specially designed ROAV technology – such as the AscTec Falcon 8 – Cyberhawk ensures that asset owners obtain the information they need to make operationally critical decisions. Cyberhawk continues to lead the market with the recent launch of an online software product, iHawk, which allows for the delivery of intuitive and powerful management information via the cloud.”, Malcolm Connolly, Founder and Technical Director Cyberhawk Innovations Ltd.
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