Ashtead Technology – an independent provider of subsea equipment rental, sales and services – will launch its newest underwater technologies on 2 July 2015 at its Technology Day which will be hosted in its Westhill facility in Aberdeen shire. Ashtead has been working to develop technologies to assist the subsea industry to meet the challenges of increasingly complex projects in a cost-effective way.
Positive impact on subsea assets
Exhibiting to an audience of approximately 100 industry professionals, the event will feature a series of technical presentations to showcase Ashtead’s new and existing products and technologies which will impact positively on the inspection, repair and maintenance of subsea assets.
Moreover, the event will also showcase Ashtead’s latest subsea tools and innovations from other leading manufacturers including Vortex dredge systems, Teledyne SeaBotix mini ROVs, Innova’s Matrix II system, Tritech’s new Gemini Profiler, nCentric’s Mesh Telemetry system and Ashtead Technology’s new AMS range.
Pushing the boundaries of underwater inspection, repair and maintenance
Tim Sheehan, Commercial Director at Ashtead, said: “As companies look for ways to increase efficiency, deploying the best and most reliable inspection technology has never been so important.” He added: “The technology we will be demonstrating has been developed in response to customer demand for innovation that will push the boundaries of what is possible and commercially viable in terms of underwater inspection, repair and maintenance.”
Edited from source by Elizabeth Corner
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