Remotely operated vehicles (ROVs)

James Fisher provides a wide range of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and equipment for hire.

James Fisher's ROV capabilities are able to provide the most appropriate machine for the specific requirements of our clients. Our lightweight inspection-class ROVs are capable of travelling through pipelines with an internal diameter of as little as 190mm while our work-class ROVs can operate powered tools and carry cable finding equipment to depths of up to 2,000 metres and beyond.

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James Fisher's ROV services include, but are not limited to:

  • Cable and pipeline tracking
  • Marine survey support
  • Seabed video and photography
  • Scour monitoring
  • UXO/EOD surveys
  • Visual and sonar inspections
  • Diver support
  • Dock/harbour wall surveys
  • Object search and recovery
  • Bridge inspections
  • Laser scaling
  • Water tower
  • Water tanks
  • Ship hull inspections

     

Triton XLX remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

The Triton XLX ROV is recognised by the offshore industry as an industry leading work class ROV. It delivers consistent performance in some of the most extreme conditions which demonstrates its operational flexibility and durability in getting the job done.

Supported with some of the most advanced tooling skids in the market, the payloads can reach up to 550kg provide a secure platform to deliver a variety of applications.

Triton XLS remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

The work class Triton XLS ROV has been built to withstand some of the harshest environmental conditions in the world. Twinned with a capability to undertake heavy duty subsea construction and survey tasks, the Triton has excellent manoeuvrability reassuring all work is completed to the highest of industry standards.

Deep water operations can be further aided by the use of a complimentary top hat tether management system (TMS), designed to maximise the performance of the vehicle by eliminating the effects of umbilical drag and vessel motion.

Cougar-XT 1451 remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

The Cougar-XT 1451 is a compact, highly flexible offshore remotely operated vehicle (ROV) with a maximum working depth of 2000 metres. Proven worldwide and widely recognised for its capabilities, the Cougar-XT enables operators to undertake a range of demanding work tasks whilst lowering operational costs.

Cougar-XT 1457 remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

Extremely powerful and versatile, the Cougar-XT 1457 is designed to accommodate heavy duty tooling with an array of quick-change tool skids making it ideal for a range of applications including survey work, drill support, light construction projects, salvage support and vessel based operations in the offshore oil and gas and renewable industries.

Cougar-XT 1468 remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

The Cougar-XT is a compact, highly flexible offshore remotely operated vehicle (ROV) with a maximum working depth of 2000 metres. Proven worldwide and widely recognised for its capabilities, the Cougar-XT enables operators to undertake a range of demanding work tasks whilst lowering operational costs.

Cougar-XTC 1442 compact free swimming zone II remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

The Cougar-XT compact has an excellent proven track record in supporting a wide range of markets including the offshore oil and gas and renewables. A shallow water alternative to its more powerful Cougar-XT sister, it’s ideal for observation and light water work offering a vast range of services with flexible capabilities delivering operational cost-effectiveness.

Cougar-XTC 1457 compact free swimming zone II remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

Proven worldwide and widely recognised for its capabilities, the Cougar-XTC enables operators to undertake a range of demanding work tasks whilst lowering operational costs. Extremely powerful and versatile, the Cougar-XTC is designed to accommodate heavy duty tooling with an array of quick-change tool skids making it ideal for a range of applications including survey work, drill support, light construction projects and salvage operations. It comes complete with an A60 zone 2 control container and an A60 zone 2 gravity-based crane launch and recovery system (LARS).

COUGAR-XTC 1470 compact free swimming zone II remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

The Cougar-XTC is a compact, free swimming offshore remotely operated vehicle (ROV). Proven worldwide and widely recognised for its capabilities, the Cougar-XTC enables operators to undertake a range of demanding work tasks whilst lowering operational costs.Extremely powerful and versatile, the Cougar-XTC is designed to accommodate heavy duty tooling with an array of quick-change tool skids making it ideal for a range of applications. It comes complete with an A60 zone 2 control container and an A60 zone 2 gravity-based crane launch and recovery system (LARS).

Tiger 833 remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

The Tiger ROV is one of the most recognised ROVs across the subsea industry for completing in-depth and accurate inspections and observation operations. Operating at depths of up to 1000m, the Tiger benefits from a significant payload and the ability to offer a stable platform of operation in fast currents and extreme conditions.

TIGER 866 remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

The Tiger is a compact, highly flexible and extremely powerful electric remotely operated vehicle (ROV) with working depths of up to 1000 metres. It can be configured for use as a free swimming ROV, with a Hiab crane launch or an A-Frame tether management system (TMS).Proven worldwide and recognised for its capability, the Tiger 866 allows operators to undertake a range of demanding work tasks at much lower operating costs.

Falcon remotely operated vehicle (ROV)

The Falcon ROV is one of our most flexible ROVs designed to complete intricate subsea operations, by balancing versatility and its light weight frame, to go into areas of difficult access - inshore, offshore, down tunnels or for flyaway operations.

Explorer, confined space inspection mini ROV

The Video Ray Explorer is an entry level remotely operated vehicle (ROV) system that provides the operator with a live video feed from the submerged robotic camera. It contains the three basic components of a typical ROV system - the submersible, tether, and a top side control unit.

The VideoRay Explorer is depth rated to 76 meters (250 feet) and features a high resolution, 160° vertical tilt color camera, water depth readout, auto depth feature, compass heading readout, and run time meter.

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Remotely operated vehicles (ROVs)

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