Remote survey platform trials completed

Bibby HydroMap’s d’ROP remotely-operated survey platform designed to revolutionise productivity for shallow water tracking and inspection applications in depths down to 300m

UK-based Bibby HydroMap announced at last month’s Oceanology International event in London successful completion of trials of its newly-developed Dynamic Remotely-Operated Survey Platform (d’ROP) assembly designed for remote surveying in challenging environments considered too taxing for inspection-class ROVs.

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