Falcon

  • A retractable sonar system has been specially designed by underwater engineering services company Subsea Fenix to set atop a Saab Seaeye Falcon ROV.  Nicknamed ‘The Grasshopper.’ the concept has made possible a more detailed inspection of a reservoir dam in central Italy than could otherwise be achieved. Faced with the problem of mounting a BlueView 3D Sonar system high enough above the ROV to gather all-round images and avoid the vehicle’s chassis obstructing the scan, Subsea Fenix knew it would be impossible to swim any distance top-loaded in this way. The solution was to create a retractable structure that lowers the topside mass while the Falcon is swimming, then remotely raises it when needed. 
    With a full inspection package aboard the ROV it has been possible to provide accurate visual 2D and 3D sonar data of inlets and outlets, grids, tunnels and ramps, while also identifying the presence of debris and sediment.
    The clarity of both the high-resolution cameras and advanced sonar has given the inspection team a clear and accurate view of the condition of the dam and its operational components.
    The Falcon helped uncover critical problems such as rock fall damage to the rail used to lower the massive outflow closure gate, and rock debris blocking the cable wheels that lower the gate. Scans also revealed that a third of the grids clearing the water flow were obstructed by sediment. 
    Divers were used for much of the remedial work with the Falcon in support. The 2D sonar aboard the ROV was used to view the underwater horizon and monitor diver activity, while at the same time observing crane movement of a dredging pump. In addition to the top-mounted BlueView sonar system, the total inspection package for the Subsea Fenix Falcon includes a Tritech Super Seaprince scanning sonar, a high-resolution color video camera with 180-degree tilt platform and low-light mono camera.
    The Falcon’s control architecture makes it easy to add and change such systems as needed.
    Although small enough to be manhandled, even from a small boat, its five powerful thrusters make the Falcon highly maneuverable and able to hold steady in moving water while filming or undertaking various missions. Subsea Fenix’s future plans include using the Falcon at the same Lake for a deep tunnel inspection to an interconnected lake.

    (As published in the MAY 2015 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)
     

  • Hawkes Ocean Technologies said that Dietrich Mateschitz, cofounder of the energy drink company Red Bull, ordered a DeepFlight Super Falcon submersible, a two–person winged submersible craft that will be delivered to Laucala Island Resort, on Mateschitz’ private island in Fiji. “We are delighted to be

  • Falcon Cargo Ships, Inc., 277 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y., has revised its January 23, 1976, application for operating-differential subsidy (ODS) and construction- differential subsidy (CDS), and has submitted a new application for a Title XI guarantee, all to aid in the construction and operation

  • ,000 contract to Levingston Shipbuilding Company, Orange, Texas, to construct five self-sustaining dry-bulk cargo ships. The shipowner is Levingston Falcon I Shipping Company, also of Orange. Under the federally assisted ship-construction program, the Maritime Administration (Mar- Ad), an agency of

  • , first of a new class of U.S.-flag merchant ships, was delivered recently by Levingston Shipbuilding Company of Orange, Texas, to her owners, Asco-Falcon Shipping Company of Houston. The new ship, about 612 feet long with a beam of 93 feet and depth of 50 feet, is designed to carry 36,000 tons of

  • cubic meters). The Pride of Texas is designed to carry grain and other dry bulk cargoes in the foreign trade of the United States for the Levingston Falcon Shipping Company, a partnership of Levingston Shipbuilding and the Falcon Group of Houston. She is powered by two Transamerica Delaval Enterprise DMRV-

  • such survey systems for tracking and detecting buried submarine cables and pipelines, use the Compact Cougar for this work, along with the even smaller Falcon, where not only do both vehicles have the power to handle the system array and the high currents, but they also have a low magnetic and acoustic noise

  • Administration, Försvarets Materielverk (FMV), has selected Tritech as the preferred supplier for sonar and acoustic positioning onboard SAAB Seaeye Falcon Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs). The 10 ROV systems will be deployed for seabed surveys, inspections, light underwater work and recovery of objects

  • tourism, superyacht and recreation industries. The company has introduced six generations of the DeepFlight submarines. Its newest models are Super Falcon and DeepFlight Dragon. Super Falcon uses a patented inverted wing design to dive, and Dragon uses a patent-pending quad copter design. DeepFlight submarines

  • A contract to provide diesel main propulsion engines for two new 35,000-dwt Falcon I tankers has been awarded to the Transamerica Delaval Inc. Engine and Compressor Division in Oakland, Calif. The announcement was made by Division general manager Clinton S. Mathews. The two 666-foot vessels are being

  • announced that the shipyard was awarded a contract of approximately $142 million to build two tankers, with a potential for additional ships, by the Falcon I Sea Transport Company of Houston. The contract, signed recently in Washington, D.C., raised the business backlog of the shipyard to a peacetime

  • the People's Republic of China. The third sister ship in the series is under construction at the Levingston yard. Owner of the new ship is the Asco-Falcon Shipping Company of Houston, a partnership between Ashland Shipping Company and Falcon Group of Houston. The Star of Texas will be bareboat- chartered

  • MT May-19#52  trenched in and the DSV Seven Falcon came 
“The partnership)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    externally using an ROV. In August, the team to see what they were doing, so we put it in their hands.” new pipeline was trenched in and the DSV Seven Falcon came “The partnership started at that point,” says Alan Fyfe, Proj- into the ? eld to ? ush and cut the pipe. Finally, the Seven Eagle ect Manager

  • MT Mar-19#74  extended its facilities  the Falcon Spirit throughout the)
    March 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 74

    Marine: SeaRaptor AUV market position for Subsea Batteries. underway SV technologies onboard Teledyne Marine The company extended its facilities the Falcon Spirit throughout the event. Booth: T5 & U12 with a new building, in order to handle Teledyne Marine will be on booths T5 Sign up for boat demos

  • MT Mar-19#18  part of a payload on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket  completed in)
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    about 60 square centimeters, or a little under every 100 minutes or so. One ground station has already been 2 feet, will be part of a payload on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket completed in Fairbanks, Alaska. Another is planned for con- scheduled to launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Cali- struction before

  • MN Feb-19#54  and  announced that a SpaceX Falcon 9 
Rico sailing schedule)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 54

    season. The In January, Iridium Communications stabilized its North Atlantic-Puerto new revised tariff has bee posted and announced that a SpaceX Falcon 9 Rico sailing schedule while increasing is available on the Seaway website. rocket launched from Vandenberg cargo capacity. Crowley’s 455-4 fat

  • MR Jan-19#15 ; other 
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    a little under 2 feet, will be part of a mercial shipping and even cruise traf? c for all. to design proposed new cubesats; other payload on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket increases in previously inaccessible ar- The reduced cost of the cubesats – and cadets will help provide 24/7 coverage scheduled to launch

  • MT Jun-18#52  . . The battery-operated Super Falcon 3S features a brushless)
    June 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    Excursions Relax by the pool, sip a cocktail on the beach, explore the phins and rays. marine environment in a submarine . . . The battery-operated Super Falcon 3S features a brushless Guests at the Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Gi- DC drivetrain and underwater lithium-iron-phosphate battery raavaru

  • MP Q4-17#29  would allow me to build 
Ford Falcon sitting in your garage)
    Nov/Dec 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 29

    smaller organization than the New York City Police Department. no longer sustainable. It’s like that old acquisitions that would allow me to build Ford Falcon sitting in your garage. May- ice breakers, allow me to build out the Ah, we’re a little bit bigger. Not by be not even a Falcon, maybe one step

  • MT Jul-17#51  Robertson, MD
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    July 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 51

    their product. For its important domes- manufactures and also with end-users, companies and are supplied globally. Jon Robertson, MD HYBIS SABERTOOTH FALCON Saab Seaeye www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 51 MTR #6 (50-65).indd 51 MTR #6 (50-65).indd 51 8/1/2017 11:39:21 AM8/1/2017

  • MT Jul-17#50  manipulators, survey sensors,  Falcon  5 300 & 1000
cutters)
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    , ? tted Name Thrusters Rated (m) with a range of standard and custom designed tooling and sensors that includes cameras, manipulators, survey sensors, Falcon 5 300 & 1000 cutters, tracking systems, sonars, torque tools and water jet- Tiger 5 1000 ting tools. The company also designs and manufactures a

  • MT Mar-17#14  expand membership to other 
Falcon and VideoRay Pro 4 ROVs)
    March 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 14

    is the ? rst Regular Member. utilizing its SubAtlantic Mojave, Seaeye from SeaBat installation to producing a BTCA will expand membership to other Falcon and VideoRay Pro 4 ROVs. The deliverable in Teledyne PDS. BlueTech clusters. 2017 March 14 MTR MTR #2 (1-17).indd 14 MTR #2 (1-17).indd 14

  • MR Jan-17#52 , rate 
earlier products FALCON or SIGMA, has ISO- of)
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    angle sensors, an echo sounder indi- Line incorporates technology deployed from its cator set, wind speed and direction indicator, rate earlier products FALCON or SIGMA, has ISO- of turn indictor, GPS compass, auto pilot, path certi? ed quality assurance, and is ideal for all pilot, intercom station, generic

  • MT Nov-16#7 Flying high
Falcon - a global success
reliable)
    November 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 7

    Flying high Falcon - a global success reliable capable clever THE WORLD’S LEADING UNDERWATER VEHICLE MANUFACTURER seaeye.com MTR #9 (1-17).indd 7 MTR #9 (1-17).indd 7 11/21/2016 3:28:19 PM11/21/2016 3:28:19 PM

  • MT Oct-16#7 Flying high
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  • MT Sep-16#56  delivery of a custom Seaeye 
Falcon ROV to be used under a)
    September 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 56

    Products Custom ROV Solutions for Stinger Technology Stinger Technology AS has taken delivery of a custom Seaeye Falcon ROV to be used under a contract from Dong Energy for environmental sampling and inspection inside the oil storage tank of the Siri offshore platform, located in the North Sea about 220

  • MT Sep-16#55  the wreckage.
a Saab Seaeye Falcon ROV oper- and ExxonMobil)
    September 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 55

    launched CURV-21 to verify and Orkney Isles. Now 100 years later, pliant with the latest IMCA, OGP visually inspect the wreckage. a Saab Seaeye Falcon ROV oper- and ExxonMobil requirements. The www.phnx-international.com ated by Roving Eye Enterprises systems will be delivered by the end went down

  • MT Jul-16#73  oceans. The  models are Super Falcon and Deep-
be the ? rst)
    July 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 73

    submarines. Its newest si? cation of Submersibles and Diving Systems. DeepFlight submarines will human access into the oceans. The models are Super Falcon and Deep- be the ? rst composite-hulled personal company has made signi? cant tech- Flight Dragon. Super Falcon uses a submarines to undergo certi

  • MT Jul-16#29  Saab Seaeye vehicle range 
• Falcon – Portable system for)
    July 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 29

    , 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

  • MT Jun-16#39  Retro?  tted onto 
Falcon ROV
SeeByte announced)
    June 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 39

    the ability to achieve applications which have been dif? cult or impossible with standard ADCPs. www.rowetechinc.com RoweTech CoPilot Retro? tted onto Falcon ROV SeeByte announced that Heriot-Watt University has inte- grated CoPilot with its Seaeye Falcon 1256, an observation- class ROV. With assistance

  • MT May-16#14   vironment and a Saab Seaeye Falcon ROV is used to check the)
    May 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 14

    anchorage to the seabed is vital in such a vulnerable en- With a range of robotic systems that are ideally suited for the vironment and a Saab Seaeye Falcon ROV is used to check the sector. In particular, vehicles need to have exceptional power, integrity of the mooring points 100 m down, in an operation

  • MT Apr-16#53  Shackleton, RRS Endeavour, RRS Falcon, RRS Fish ‘N’ Chips and)
    April 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 53

    Oceans Canada and University of By Eric Haun Manitoba as well as LGL Limited and VDOS Global LLC, conducted several RRS Shackleton, RRS Endeavour, RRS Falcon, RRS Fish ‘N’ Chips and RRS days of zooplankton backscatter obser- Kanye are just a few of the suggestions submitted in an open campaign to name vations

  • MT Apr-16#7 Flying high
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  • MT Jan-16#7  
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  • MT Oct-15#64 . . . . . . . . .www.seaeye.com/falcon . . . . . . . . . . .)
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  • MT Oct-15#60  Center
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    underwater vehicle systems for the www.oceanworks.com defense industry. The range extends from Naval Undersea Warfare Center the portable Seaeye Falcon to the revolution- Booth 504 Okeanus Science & Technology LLC ary electric work class Seaeye Jaguar. www.navsea.navy.mil/nuwc/newport/pages/ Booth