CCC (UE) increases its ROV fleet by acquiring a second Seaeye Leopard WROV system.

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CCC (UE) increases its ROV fleet by acquiring a second Seaeye Leopard WROV system.

The Seaeye Leopard 1704 WROV, has been purchased to support upcoming projects in the Middle East region, with its first deployment scheduled for Mid-October 2022.

Developed from the highly successful Panther XT-Plus, the Seaeye Leopard offers an exceptionally powerful electric work class ROV in a compact chassis and produces an impressive half tonne of forward thrust, with fifty per cent more payload, three times the tooling power and double the depth rating, whilst maintaining the same deck footprint.

Equipped with Seaeye's iCON™ intelligent control system, this 1,000m WROV benefits from an enhanced user interface, simple network architecture, exceptional handling and power with advanced autopilots including pitch and roll stabilisation, built-in diagnostics, redundancy and remote internet access for upgrades and technical support.

Accommodating two Schilling Orion heavy-duty manipulators, a wide range of work class sensors and interchangeable tooling equipment, the Seaeye Leopard is ideally suited to work tasks including drill support, pipeline survey, exploration, salvage, cleaning and deep water IRM.

 

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