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20 Brunel Way, Segensworth East, Fareham

Hampshire, PO15 5SD, United Kingdom

Tel: +44(0)1489 898 000 rovs@seaeye.com

Saab Seaeye www.seaeye.com

Managing Director: Jon Robertson

Sales Director: Matt Bates

Founded in 1986, electric underwater robotic systems manufacturer

Saab Seaeye produces a diverse range of pioneering ROVs and system packages for virtually all subsea tasks across a range of industries, including oil and gas, renewable energy, hydro and civil engineering, marine science, aquaculture, nuclear engineering, tele- coms, security and emergency, salvage, seabed mining, leisure and defense. It has a turnover of around $70 million.

HyBIS – a deepsea suspended observation and deployment/recovery system (Photo: Saab Seaeye) penetration and dam inspection and defense/paramilitary operations.

Two overarching and interlocking breakthrough Saab concepts drive Saab Seaeye operations, development and innovation across the company: Technology Toolbox and iCON intelligent control.

The Seaeye Technology Toolbox creates a common architecture that gives the lowest number of parts at the least possible cost for the highest possible performance

Founded in 1986, electric underwater robotic systems and quality. Commonalty of software and hardware manufacturer Saab Seaeye produces a diverse range of across all vehicles offers customers simpler repair and pioneering ROVs and system packages for virtually all maintenance, easier upgrades, quicker delivery, more subsea tasks across a range of industries, including oil assured quality and a lower real through life cost. It also and gas, renewable energy, hydro and civil engineer- results in simpli? ed and common training for operators in ing, marine science, aquaculture, nuclear engineering, using and maintaining the systems.

telecoms, security and emergency, salvage, seabed min- ing, leisure and defense. It has a turnover of around $70

Commercial Range: million. Technologically, the Saab Seaeye vehicle range • Falcon – Portable system for easy deployment. Distributed comes in various sizes, power and tasking options that control system. Five thrusters. Rated 300 and 1,000m.

extend from compact systems to work systems. They • Tiger - Industry standard inspection and observation system. extend from tethered and autonomous to remote resident

Five thrusters. Rated 1,000m.

• Lynx - Larger than the Tiger with additional outlets for survey systems. Seaeye has sold more than 850 ROVs, ? tted sensors. Six thrusters. Rated 1500m.

with an array of standard and custom designed tooling • Cougar XT - Powerful observation and light work system. Six and sensors that includes cameras, manipulators, survey thrusters. Rated 2,000m. sensors, cutters, tracking systems, sonars, torque tools • Cougar XT Compact – Low pro? le version for strong currents. and water jetting tools. The company also designs and

Six thrusters. Rated 300m. • Cougar XTi – iCON control system. Six thrusters. Rated 3000m.

manufactures a range of ROV handling devices including • Panther XT – Light Work and Survey system. Six thrusters.

Tether Management Systems. Seaeye has pioneered many

Rated 1500m.

innovations within the ROV industry, such as brushless • Panther XT Plus – Powerful fast swimming version. Ten thrust-

DC thrusters, polypropylene chassis, carbon ? ber pres- ers. Rated 1000m sure vessels, distributed intelligence control system, fault- • Leopard – Compact, powerful, work class system. iCON control.

Eleven thrusters. Rated 3000m plus. tolerant systems with self-diagnostics and high frequency • Jaguar - Largest work ROV. iCON control system. Eight thrust- power distribution. The breadth of capability in the ers. Rated 3,000m plus.

range offers a system suitable for a wide range of tasks. • Sabertooth – Autonomous, hovering, long range AUV/ROV

These include observation and inspection, diver support, hybrid for inspection and light work tasks.

search and rescue, survey and remote monitoring, salvage • HyBIS – Deepsea suspended observation and deployment/re- covery system suitable for deepwater sampling. Rated 6,000m.

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