World ROV Report 2007-2011

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1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 SUMMARY
1.3 THE ROV OPERATIONS MARKET
1.4 CONCLUSIONS

2 AN INTRODUCTION TO UNMANNED UNDERWATER VEHICLES
2.1 VEHICLE TYPES
2.1.1 Autonomous Underwater Vehicles
2.1.2 Remotely Operated Vehicles
2.1.3 Cable and Pipe Burial Vehicles
2.1.4 Semi-Submersible Vehicles
2.1.5 Remotely Operated Towed Vehicles

3 APPLICATIONS
3.1 SEABED MINING
3.1.1 Polymetallic Nodules
3.1.2 Metals
Case Study – Solwara Project
3.1.3 Aggregates
Case Study – The World and Palm Jumeirah
Case Study – Barrow Offshore Wind Farm

3.2 OIL & GAS RELATED ACTIVITIES
3.2.1 Ocean Bottom Cable and Node Placements
Case Study – OBC
3.2.2 Electro-Magnetic Seismic
3.2.3 Jack-up & Semi-Submersible Site Surveys
3.2.4 Drilling support
3.2.5 Template Installation
Case Study – Ormen Lange Template Installation
3.2.6 Platform Decommissioning
Case Study – Frigg Field Decommissioning
3.2.7 Geotechnical Investigation

3.3 PIPELINES
3.3.1 Pipeline Route Surveys
Case Study – Pipeline Route Surveys using UUV
3.3.2 Pipeline Operations
Pipeline Start-up
Pipeline Crossings
Pipeline Lay-down
Pipeline Metrology
Pipeline Connection
Post-Lay Survey
Regular Inspections

3.4 SUBMARINE CABLES
3.4.1 Background
3.4.2 Route surveys
3.4.3 Cable Lay
3.4.4 Cable Burial
Case Study – Ormen Lange Control Cables
Case Study – Lillgrund and Q7 Offshore Wind Farms
Case Study – Power from Shore

3.5 OCEAN RESEARCH
3.5.1 Seabed sampling and investigation
Case Study – Hydrothermal Vents

3.5.2 SERPENT

3.6 OCEAN OBSERVATION SYSTEMS
Case Study – VENUS
3.7 OTHER ACTIVITIES
3.7.1 Nuclear Industry
3.7.2 Commercial Salvage
Case Study – Celia
3.7.3 Hazardous Cargo Recovery
3.7.4 Vessel and Port Inspection
3.7.5 Tourism
3.7.6 Film & Television
Case Study – The Titanic
3.7.7 Search & Rescue
3.7.8 Aquaculture

3.8 MILITARY UUV APPLICATIONS
3.8.1 Submarine AUV Deployment & Recovery
3.8.2 Explosive Ordnance Detonation - EOD
3.8.3 Submarine Rescue
3.8.4 Defence against terrorists (DAT)
3.8.5 Mine Counter Measures (MCM)
Existing MCM Systems
Semi-Submersible MCM Systems

4 EVOLUTION OF THE UNMANNED VEHICLE
4.1.1 Submarine Telecommunications Cables
4.1.2 Offshore Wind Farms and Power Cables
4.1.3 Homeland Security
4.1.4 Military UUV
4.1.5 Research
4.1.6 Deepwater Oil & Gas
4.1.7 Autonomy
4.1.8 Semi-Submersible UUV
4.1.9 The future?

5 UUV TECHNOLOGY
5.1 UUV COMPONENTS
5.2 ROV CONTROL
5.3 LAUNCH AND RECOVERY SYSTEMS
5.4 TETHER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
5.5 UMBILICALS
5.6 CONNECTORS
5.7 PROPULSION
5.7.1 Electric Thrusters
5.7.2 Hydraulic Thrusters
5.8 BUOYANCY
5.8.1 ROV Buoyancy
5.8.2 Controlled Buoyancy
5.9 ROV MANIPULATORS
5.10 ROV TOOLING
5.10.1 NDT/Inspection Tools
5.10.2 Pipeline Clearance Tools
5.10.3 Tie-in Tools
5.10.4 Tool Skids
5.11 UUV POSITIONING & NAVIGATION
5.11.1 LBL (Long Baseline) Acoustics
5.11.2 SBL (Short Baseline) Acoustics
5.11.3 USBL (Ultra-Short Baseline) Acoustics
5.11.4 Seabed Infrastructure Acoustic Systems
5.11.5 Surface Buoy Acoustic Systems
5.11.6 Inverted USBL
5.11.7 Fibre Optic Gyroscopes
5.11.8 Obstacle/Hazard Avoidance Sonar
5.11.9 Depth sensors
5.11.10 CTD Sensors
5.11.11 Altimeters
5.11.12 Sensor Packages
5.11.13 Doppler Velocity Logs
5.11.14 Inertial Navigation Systems

5.12 UNDERWATER COMMUNICATIONS

6 THE WORLD ROV MARKET
6.1 THE DWL ROV MARKET MODEL
6.2 OPERATIONAL EXPENDITURE
6.2.1 Total Operations
6.2.2 Drill Support Operations
6.2.3 Field Support & Other Operations
6.3 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

7 COMPANY PROFILES
7.1 MANUFACTURERS
7.1.1 ACSA
7.1.2 ASV Ltd
7.1.3 Atlas Elektronik
7.1.4 BAE Systems
7.1.5 Boeing
7.1.6 Cybernetix
7.1.7 Deep Ocean Engineering (DOE)
7.1.8 Deep Sea Systems International (DSSI)
7.1.9 Develogic
7.1.10 EAB Engineering
7.1.11 ECA
7.1.12 Hitec Subsea
7.1.13 Hytec
7.1.14 International Submarine Engineering (ISE)
7.1.15 Kongsberg
7.1.16 L-3 MPRI (Hitec-o)
7.1.17 Lockheed Martin Unmanned Systems
7.1.18 Niteworks
7.1.19 Oceaneering
7.1.20 Oceanscan
7.1.21 Odim
7.1.22 Perry Slingsby Systems
7.1.23 Phoenix International
7.1.24 Rovtech (Fugro-Rovtech)
7.1.25 Saab Underwater Systems
7.1.26 Schilling SubAtlantic Alliance
7.1.27 Seabotix
7.1.28 Seaeye Marine
7.1.29 SeeByte
7.1.30 Sercel
7.1.31 SMD Hydrovision
7.1.32 Tecnadyne
7.1.33 Thales Underwater

7.2 MAJOR VEHICLE OPERATORS
7.2.1 Acergy
7.2.2 Allseas
7.2.3 C&C Technology
7.2.4 Canyon Offshore
7.2.5 Comex
7.2.6 CTC Marine
7.2.7 Deep Marine Technology
7.2.8 DeepOcean
7.2.9 Fugro
7.2.10 Geoconsult AS
7.2.11 Oceaneering
7.2.12 Saipem
7.2.13 Subsea 7

7.3 SUBMARINE CABLE INSTALLERS
7.3.1 ASEAN Cableship
7.3.2 Baltic Offshore AB
7.3.3 Global Marine
7.3.4 Hesfibel
7.3.5 International Telecom
7.3.6 Kokusai Cable Ship
7.3.7 Marine Projects International
7.3.8 Nexans
7.3.9 SAIC
7.3.10 Tyco Telecommunications

Figures
Tables
Abbreviations
ADCP Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler
ASW Anti-Submarine Warfare
AUV Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
BAUD Bits per second
BOP Blow-out preventer
CCD Charge-couple device
CTD Conductivity, Temperature and Depth)
DGPS Differential GPS
DVL Doppler Velocity Log
FOG Fibre-Optic Gyrocompass
GIS Geographical Information System
GPS Global Positioning System
HP Horse-Power
Hz Hertz (cycles per second)
IFREMER French oceanographic research institute
IMCA International Marine Contractors Association
IMU Inertial Measurement Unit
INS Inertial Navigation System
IRM Inspection Repair & Maintenance
JAMSTEC Japanese marine technical research institute
k Kilo (1000) e.g. kHz = 1000 Hz, km = 1000m
Kn Knot ( 1 Knot = 1 nautical mile per hour)
LBL Long Baseline
MBARI Monterrey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
MBES Multibeam Echosounder
MCM Mine Counter Measures
M Mega (106)
n.m Nautical Mile (1 n.m = 1852m)
NOAA National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration (USA)
REA Rapid Environmental Assessment
r.f Radio Frequency
ROV Remotely Operated Vehicle
SBL Short Baseline
SBP Sub-bottom Profiler
SOC Southampton Oceanography Centre (UK)
SSS Side Scan Sonar
TMS Tether Management System
UHF Ultra High Frequency
UKOOA United Kingdom Offshore Operators Association
UNCLOS United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea
UUV Unmanned Underwater Vehicle
USBL Ultra-Short Baseline
VHF Very High Frequency (radio)
W Watt (power)
WHOI Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (USA)


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