Laying pipes and cables and meeting the challenge of finding them again afterwards

The Teledyne TSS 440 pipeline tracking system uses active pulse induction technology

The vast network of cables and pipelines that covers the world’s seabeds continues to grow and the proliferation of offshore wind farms is adding to this. Sometimes buried, sometimes visible on the seabed, pipes and cables can sustain costly damage from anchors and trawl gear so owners work hard to ...

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