The Beginning of 2014 saw 3 new Seamor Advanced ROVs entering Australia.
David Barry from Aqualift was the first to receive the all newly designed 300 T "ATOM". David and the guys and girls from Aqualift travel throughout the East Coast of Australia inspecting and cleaning Potable water tanks. They required an ROV that was robust and reliable as they spend most of the year on the road. David particularly appreciated the open modular design of the Seamor ROVs, where individual modules can be quickly and easily swapped out even on site if required, which minimised downtime. The quality of the Seamor Sony camera, and the ability to capture still images at the same time as recording the high quality video was another selling point, as these could then be easily incorporated into the online reporting database that Aqualift has designed.
Michael and Simon Wright also purchased and took delivery of 2 Seamor ROVs for their new business "Wrighteye Industries". The Father and Son team purchased a high definition 300F ROV as well as a 300T "ATOM". Simon is an accomplished work class ROV Pilot and technician and immediately saw the benefit of the industrial robustness of the Seamor ROVs, coupled with the quality of the Sony camera, and responsiveness of the ROV thrusters.
The guys have already made an impression with the local councils in the state of Victoria, and are finding new and innovative solutions to the problems that they are presented with by governments and private businesses alike. Having the option of 2 different ROVs enable the Wright's to tackle a wide range of underwater projects, and the ability to upgrade the Seamor ROVs at any stage means that they can expand their capability in the future without having to repurchase ROVs.
ROV Innovations provides High Definition underwater footage for industries such as Marine Conservation and Research, Australian Biosecurity, Customs, Documentary and Film Makers, Oil and Gas industries, and AQIS to name a few.