Fugro to showcase remote sensing technology at EGYPS 2023
Published by Sara Simper,
Fugro, the leading global Geo-data specialist, will exhibit its innovative and patented remote sensing technology QuickVision®, a smart camera combined with QR code like patterns, that assists in subsea structure installation and drilling operations, at the sixth edition of the Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS).
Attendees at Fugro’s stand (Hall 2, Stand 2H74) will get an opportunity to see a demonstration of QuickVision, a smart subsea camera technology, designed to provide real-time touchless inspection and monitoring technology that offers a much safer, more efficient, and sustainable solution to offshore operations.
David Washbrook, Director Marine Asset Integrity Middle East and India: “Our innovative vision-based subsea camera solution coupled with the power of augmented reality has revolutionised subsea installation programmes by reducing the need for manual time-consuming positioning. With this we achieve significant risk mitigation, vast improvement in environmental sustainability of operations and reduced costs as opposed to the conventional sensor method. We’re proud and determined to be delivering solutions that ensure safe and sustainable offshore operations. Our passion for innovation will continue advancing technology and effectively implement it in partnership with our clients.”
QuickVision, offers unique features which reduce offshore personnel needs, vessel time and carbon emissions. Furthermore, by eliminating requirements for the installation of expensive and huge peripheral sensors on subsea structures, it further aids in the cost reduction of projects.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/01022023/fugro-to-showcase-remote-sensing-technology-at-egyps-2023/
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