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Underwater inspection is the process of visually examining the condition of underwater structures, such as pipelines, bridges, dams, ships, and other submerged infrastructure, to identify potential problems and ensure their proper functioning. Underwater inspections are typically carried out using specialized equipment and techniques that allow inspectors to access and examine the underwater structures safely and effectively.


ROVs are commonly used in a variety of applications, including offshore oil and gas exploration, marine research, environmental monitoring, and underwater construction and maintenance. Some of the features and capabilities of ROVs include:

  1. Maneuverability: ROVs are highly maneuverable and can navigate through complex underwater environments.

  2. Depth capability: ROVs are designed to operate at varying depths, from shallow water to deep ocean depths.

  3. Tooling: ROVs can be equipped with a variety of tools and sensors, such as manipulator arms, cutting tools, and sonar systems.

  4. Real-time video: ROVs are equipped with cameras that provide real-time video of underwater environments, allowing operators to observe and navigate the ROV's movements.

  5. Remote control: ROVs are controlled by a pilot using a remote control system that sends commands to the vehicle through a tether or wireless communication.

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