The Millennium® Plus ROV (remotely operated vehicle) is a powerful cage deployed work class system that incorporates the latest technology for improved performance and less maintenance. The ROV’s design features a dual manipulator, 330 hp work class system with an enhanced thruster configuration that increases lift capacity by more than 50% when compared to the standard Millennium ROV work system.
The Magnum® ROV (remotely operated vehicle) represents the backbone of Oceaneering’s fleet of powerful work class ROV systems with deepwater capabilities. Reliable and easily maintained, the ROV provides a 170 hp, high-thrust, cage-deployed system that is designed to accommodate underwater intervention tasks in support of oil and gas drilling, construction, and production activities.
The Maxximum® ROV (remotely operated vehicle) is a cage deployed, dual manipulator 300 hp work class ROV system. Enhanced thruster configuration provides center lift capacity of nearly 3,000 lbs and forward pivoted bollard lift capacity in excess of 1,800 lbs. The system employs a microprocessor-based telemetry system to minimize maintenance, decrease set up time, simplify troubleshooting, and provide more automated control functions. Tooling control is accomplished external to main telemetry in order to maintain both flight control and tooling control at maximum flexibility and efficiency.
The Spectrum represents a new generation of Oceaneering’s fleet of light electric work class Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) with deepwater capabilities up to 3,000 MSW.
Oceaneering subsidiary Deep Sea Systems (DSSI) has designed and built the Sea Maxx Satellite Remotely Operated Vehicle (SAT-ROV) to work in tandem with work class ROVs at depths up to 4,400 meters. This SAT-ROV is deployed from a separate housing welded beneath the work class ROV.