1 – An Oceaneering Millennium ROV is a work-class ROV rated to 12,000 feet water depth.
2 – Manipulator arms can be configured for various subsea tasks, and advanced models such as Oceaneering’s Atlas Hybrid Manipulator can provide extremely fine control to ROV operators.
3 – HD Video Cameras can be configured for 3D video, 2D video or both. Oceaneering’s cameras are provided by subsidiary DSSI. Oceaneering has the most HD video cameras installed on work class ROVs in the world. These cameras provide clear, real time video to the ROV pilots on the boat via fiber optics.
4 – The ROV Tether connects the ROV to the Tether Management System (Cage) and provides power and fiber optic control to the ROV.
5 – A Fluid intervention skid has fluid reservoirs and a hydraulic pumping system. It is used to complete tasks such as hydrate remediation, methanol injection and more. An ROV can be equipped with a variety of skids to complete many different tasks.
6 – Thrusters are used to move the vehicle in any direction.
7 - ROV main flotation is carefully specified by Oceaneering engineers to match the weight of the ROV’s equipment, providing the ROV with “neutral” buoyancy underwater.
8 – LED lighting provided by DSSI is rated to 4000 meter (13,123 feet) water depth and is specifically designed for ROV usage. The LED design is very durable and provides maximum brightness immediately after activation.