The survey is conducted by AUS-ROV on behalf of MCC to ensure that the pipeline is operating to the design specification. At the surface the corals that have been growing on the pipeline since its installation appear to be flourishing. The ROV camera returns superior high definition video which enables us to identify the smallest of defects or anomalies when performing surveys. AUS-ROV have been performing work in Papua New Guinea since 2011.
AUS-ROV has performed underwater laser scanning of internal pipeline surfaces in order to provide baseline survey data modelling defects on the pipes internal surface. With repeat periodic surveys we can overlay models and quantify any extent of material loss to determine a rate of deterioration on critical infrastructure. With the sub-millimeter accuracy of the 2G Robotics ULS200 in optimal conditions, AUS-ROV can provide levels of certainty for underwater inspection of assets that our clients and partners want. AUS-ROV are world leaders in mini-ROV systems and deliver advanced technological solutions to engineering and environmental problems.
AUS-ROV's Deep Ocean Engineering Vectored M5 ROV has was coupled with an Innovatum Smartrack Pipe Tracking System to perform a 10km General Visual Inspection (GVI) and Depth of Burial (DOB) Survey. This when backed with a full Bathymetric Survey helps the asset owner to understand the current seabed conditions and implement maintenance programs surrounding the data presented. When AUS-ROV perform operations, the finest professionals are engaged to work as a team to deliver our clients the best available results. Understanding the project is critical, working with AUS-ROV is ensuring you have the right equipment, people and methodologies in place to achieve project success!
Considerable safety factors must be considered when commercially diving to a depth of 40m at high altitudes in remote locations. AUS-ROV was engaged to inspect the condition of the intake tower cold water pollution screen at Burrendong Dam in NSW. There was no safer alternative solution than to deploy a remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV). Water industries in Australia set high safety standards, so given the technical requirements of the project AUS-ROV was the number one recommendation to the client. AUS-ROV are experts in ROV Dam Inspection Methodology within Australia and the Pacific Region. AUS-ROV effectively mobilise, deploy and identify where reaction time is of the essence. Get the job done safely by an Australian family owned business making waves on the world stage... AUS-ROV
AUS-ROV has completed site civil structure ROV inspections as part of a scheduled power station outage for Origin Energy. The station shutdown enabled AUS-ROV access to critical cooling water infrastructure via remote access using ROV. AUS-ROV orchestrated two simultaneous ROV inspection teams to carry out the site inspection works which included custom built very high-resolution 3D sonar imaging of a 2km tunnel, four 260m caissons, 600m of canals and a pump chamber which houses six 2m diameter cooling water pumps and their associated trash screens. Where investigation into assets considered critical path is of utmost importance, AUS-ROV stands capable, experienced and ready.
AUS-ROV provide technical assistance to Australian Government Research Vessel RV Investigator which is owned and operated by CSIRO under direction of an independent Steering Committee, the Marine National Facility provides a blue-water research capability to the Australian scientific community and their international collaborators. AUS-ROV specialise in delivering ROV services and have a fully functional robotic laboratory where electronic systems can be interrogated and repaired. AUS-ROV are heavily involved in the scientific community and are here to support this field.
NSW Government has awarded a tender for Kirra Reef Marine Biota Monitoring Program which involves the ecological monitoring of benthic fauna, flora, and fish to assist in management of the Tweed River Entrance Sand Bypassing Project. AUS-ROV were engaged based on their experience and equipment development capabilities. Our ROV's carry custom developed HD Optical Zoom Cameras, additional 4k Video Cameras and integrated scientific instrumentation. The ROV was fitted with USBL Navigation which provides real time GPS location of the ROV. AUS-ROV executed underwater benthic habitat surveying in high definition video at Kirra, Palm Beach, Kingscliff and Cook Island Reef Systems.
AUS-ROV have the longest tethered miniROV in Australia. This means we are capable of entering through pipelines as small a diameter as 400mm and can achieve penetration distances of up to 750m using this specialised ROV System. AUS-ROV are the Australian long distance pipeline and tunnel inspection experts. These systems are highly customised ROVs fitted with advanced sonar technology and can be used to perform internal high def. video, 2D multibeam imaging and 3D multibeam profiling. We have a range of ROV Systems based in Australia and the United States and can provide many solutions for your tunnel or pipeline inspection program.
AUS-ROV were the successful bidder for a Sydney Water tender to provide ROV services for inspecting 260 Potable Drinking Water Reservoirs in the Sydney Region over 5 Years. AUS-ROV Directors Alexander and Adrian Jahnke are proud of their achievement and look forward to a productive partnership with Sydney Water over the coming years. AUS-ROV have developed a unique and effective methodology for inspection of reservoirs and tanks without the need for confined space entry. Our custom modified ROV allows for every last visual detail within a reservoir to be inspected. We are positive that our ROV service delivery is the most thorough, safe and effective way of inspecting water infrastructure in Australia.
AUS-ROV partnered with Gray Diving Services to provide ROV inspection services and expert insight into the condition of Babagon Dam which supplies water to the city of Kota Kinabalu in Malaysian Borneo. After a recent earthquake, dam management exercised due diligence in ensuring the dam be inspected to comply with the dam safety management process. Through examination from ROV captured video and above water visual inspection, dam engineers made assertive conclusion that the dam structure was in good condition with allowable seepage levels and no signs of leaking through the joints obvesrved below the water line.
ROV General Visual Inspection was carried out at the Gold Coast Desalination Plant on one of the four flocculation tanks as part of the annual infrastructure inspection schedule. The ROV provides the safest, economical and productive underwater inspection method available in this modern day. AUS-ROV operations team performed the ROV GVI using an ROV with integrated high definition optical zoom camera, which allows intimate detail of the infrastructure to be captured and played back to engineers and invested parties. AUS-ROV carry some of the most advanced and capable ROV's in the world and have a very competitive edge. Veolia Water consistently rely on AUS-ROV for their asset inspection work because they know our ability and we don't make mistakes.
AUS-ROV perform ROV dam inspections throughout Australia. The high definition video footage captured by our ROVs allows for dam operators to get a very clear picture and understanding on the current state of their water assets. AUS-ROV have extensive experience performing dam inspections with ROV and have the engineering background to convey this information using construction terminology presented in professional reporting format. Our engineers speak with your engineers on the same level and ensure that project objectives are achieved. Speak with AUS-ROV today to discuss your next dam infrastructure inspection. Call +61412291870 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
AUS-ROV performed an offshore operation with diver assistance to undertake inspections of the Gold Coast Desalination Plant's seawater intake riser approximately 2km off Tugun Beach. The dive team from Gilberts Diving Services removed the access panel to the intake structure and assisted AUS-ROV's SeaBotix LBV200 ROV with conducting an internal visual inspection of the concrete riser and tunnel. Objectives were to identify levels of marine growth, presence of sea life, structural integrity of the concrete casing and sediment buildup in the sump at the bottom of the riser at a water depth of 90m. Gilberts divers conducted weld and sacrificial anode inspections around the intake dome structure as the ROV performed the inspection inside the tunnel.
AUGUST 2012 FIRE WATER TANK INSPECTION AS1851-2012 ROUTINE INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE OF FIRE SERVICE EQUIPMENT
AUS-ROV Underwater Inspections have considerable experience in inspection of Fire Service Tanks across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia. Recently, industry has shifted focus toward the importance of human lives on work sites throughout Australia and with ever growing easier access to innovative technology, ROV's are quickly becoming the norm when conducting inspections in liquid filled confined spaces. We consider it a zero risk to human life process as we deploy our ROV inside the confined space of Fire Water Tanks to inspect the internal condition of all components and identify sediment depths. If your Fire Service Tanks or Potable Drinking Water Tanks require inspection and maintenance then remember that Remotely Operated Vehicles ROVs pose zero threat to human safety.
AUS-ROV was successful in bidding for a tender to perform ROV inspections at the Gold Coast Desalination Plant. The pre-treatment water tanks under inspection perform flocculation where destabilised particles conglomerate into larger aggregates so that they can be separated from the pre-treated water. This processing ensures unwanted fine particles and minerals in the water are removed before it enters the reverse osmosis system. It is important to ensure that all process infrastructure be inspected and maintained to mitigate against the disruption of water supply to residents of South East Queensland. ROV's allow inspection of infrastructure with minimal disturbance whilst removing the safety risks posed to commercial divers operating in a live system.
JUNE 2012 AUS-ROV PERFORMING ENVIRONMENTAL REEF MONITORING SERVICES AT SOUTHERN QLD AND NORTHERN NSW REEFS
The SeaBotix LBV200 was put through it's paces whilst conducting an observational survey of benthic habitats at two local reefs off the South East Queensland Coast. The study was performed alongside research divers under taxing conditions with a surging ground swell and strong currents creating a difficult dive environment. Despite the conditions the SeaBotix fared well and AUS-ROV pilots captured some great video footage for the client. Setting up the ROV System on-board the work vessel was complete and ready to descend in under fifteen minutes. AUS-ROV achieved positioning of fish monitoring devices and retrieval of survey apperatus.