Cutting-edge services and products for accurate subsea navigation, positioning, and high-resolution modeling.
Inertial Metrology is a proven and efficient method used to accurately determine the measurements required for jumper/spool fabrication between subsea assets.
The same efficient inertial metrology solution provided at a lumpsum cost with no personnel and only a compact spread of equipment mobilized offshore.
3D Modeling is an accurate and time-saving method of surveying for asset integrity, metrology, digital-twin generation, and general inspection.
Sparse LBL is a precise subsea positing technique that couples LBL with INS technology for efficient subsea navigation.
Array planning for optimizing the number of transponders deployed and calibrated on the seafloor.
Zupt’s highly accurate Inertial Navigation System (C-PINS) and specialized buoy setting tool reduces the amount of time required to position a buoy pattern on the seabed prior to spudding a new well, placing a new subsea structure, or installing a monopile.
3D Recon is a standalone 3D modeling sensor that delivers real-time sparse point clouds that double as a relative-to-structure navigation system and a quality control metric to ensure complete coverage of what is seen subsea.
HaloCAM is a subsea imaging sensor that monitors the verticality, heading, and relative position of any structure that has an April Tag adhered to it.
Halo is a compact, easy to integrate, and affordable INS solution for ROV navigation and positioning.
Fusion-Splice allows real-time, direct interfacing of Sonardyne LBL ranges into an iXBlue Inertial Navigation System for Sparse LBL operations without a complete spread of equipment from a single manufacturer.
MicroTTU is a flexible, multi-port, and precisely timed subsea serial multiplexor designed to withstand the harsh environment of ROV operations.