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Sonardyne Acquires 2G Robotics

Sonardyne 2G Robotics

Sonardyne International Ltd. has acquired underwater imaging and inspection specialist 2G Robotics Inc. 2G Robotics will join the Sonardyne group of companies while remaining an independent business and brand, continuing to serve its customer base in unmanned and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs). 2G Robotics’ founder, Jason Gillham, will continue to lead the company as CEO.

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2G Robotics Micro Inspection Skid

2G Robotics micro inspection skid

2G Robotics has released the Micro Inspection Skid, a new laser survey skid for inspection-class ROVs developed in partnership with iXblue and Nortek. This all-in-one integrated skid delivers high-accuracy inspection capabilities with subsea dynamic laser scanning to enable survey and inspection by low-cost vehicles. The Micro Inspection Skid is available for vehicles including the Saab Seaeye Falcon and the Seatronics

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New Survey Skid for Inspection-Class ROVs

future survey skid for small inspection class ROV

iXblue and 2G Robotics have signed a memorandum of understanding to offer a new survey skid for inspection-class ROVs. This all-in-one integrated skid will deliver high-accuracy inspection capabilities on small ROVs, enabling survey and inspection on low-cost assets. Using 2G Robotics’ ULS-500 Micro laser scanner and OBSERVER still camera, and iXblue’s Rovins Nano inertial navigation system, this new skid will offer a miniaturized

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Dynamic Laser Scanner Released in 6,000-m Version

Oceaneering presented the Oceaneering Freedom ROV and 2G Robotics ULS-500 Pro 6K dynamic laser scanner at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), in Houston, Texas. 2G Robotics recently released a 6,000-m depth-rated version of their ULS 500 Pro dynamic laser scanner, enabling fast, consistent and reliable performance at greater depths. ULS-500 Pro 4K is widely used in the industry, and the

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Manned Submersible Will Laser Scan Titanic Wreckage

The Titantic Survey Expedition will use a 2G Robotics dynamic underwater laser scanner installed on OceanGate’s Cyclops2 manned submersible vehicle to capture laser data of the RMS Titanic shipwreck and the surrounding debris field. The data, overlaid with 4K images, will allow creation of real-time 3D models with millimetric resolution. The mission will depart from St. Johns, Newfoundland in June

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