What's an ROV and what can ROV cabin do?
ROV stands for Remotely Operated Vehicle; ROVs are unoccupied, highly mobile underwater machines that can be used to explore the depths of the ocean while being operated by a person on the surface.
Remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) allow us to explore the ocean without actually being in it. These underwater machines are usually controlled by a person on a surface vessel, using a joystick in a similar way to play a video game. A set of cables or tethers connects the ROV to the ship, sending electrical signals back and forth between the operator and the vehicle.
ROVs have made exploration of several deep-sea gas and oil reserves much easier because many oil reserves are difficult for divers to find.
Precisely because of the uses and characteristics of ROVs, the TLS ROV cabin is designed to provide personnel with the facility to operate the ROV in a safe, comfortable, and climate-controlled environment.
The TLS ROV cabins are equipped to a high standard and specification. We can design the equipment requirements internally to your specifications to achieve the most space efficient layout. Units can be modified or customized to meet customer requirements.
The TLS ROV cabins have the following standard specifications:
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