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Nuclear Survivor

28.11.2022
A proven survivor - the Saab Seaeye Tiger has spent five years working in nuclear storage ponds at Sellafield, one of the most highly radioactive and highly alkaline places on the planet for a robotic vehicle.

Falcon Helps Protect Maldives' Coral Reefs

16.11.2022
A Saab Seaeye Falcon underwater robot has helped complete the first-ever systematic scientific survey of the waters of the Maldives - the lowest-lying nation on earth. The Maldives is just 1.5 metres above sea level on islands of coral reef atolls. Globally, coral reefs account for 32% of known biodiversity. They are seen as the ‘rainforests of the ocean’, yet at least 97% could be lost with a 1.5-degree temperature rise.

Saab Seaeye in Angolan 'Rig to Reef' Project

09.11.2022
The transformation of an oil platform into an artificial reef is underway in Angola. It is the first platform in Africa to be decommissioned in a project led by environmental quality services company, EQS, with a Saab Seaeye Falcon underwater robot deployed for the task.

Australia’s Super-Sized Salmon Farmer Gets a Fifth Falcon

06.10.2022
Huon Aquaculture, Australia’s second largest salmon farmer, has purchased another Saab Seaeye Falcon underwater robotic vehicle to support its marine and environmental operations. This brings Huon’s Falcon fleet to five. Huon sees the Seaeye Falcon as a vital farming tool for surveying and monitoring their marine leases in South East Tasmania, Australia.

Falcon is Winning Strategy for Hyprops Nigeria

29.09.2022
Hyprops Nigeria Limited has chosen the Saab Seaeye Falcon as the best robotic vehicle resource for increasing their long-term footprint in Nigeria.

Saab Seaeye Partners Maldives Mission

07.09.2022
A Saab Seaeye Falcon underwater robotic vehicle will join a fleet of submersibles on the Nekton Maldives Mission to help the Maldives Government carry out the first systematic survey and sampling of the Maldives from the surface to 1000 metre depths.

Japan goes 3D with Saab Seaeye Falcon

25.08.2022
Japan’s 3D survey company, Windy Network, has chosen a Saab Seaeye Falcon underwater robotic vehicle for its global operations. They intend deploying the Falcon on a wide range of missions, including academic research, marine archaeology, fishery surveys and construction installation studies, such as offshore wind energy sites.

Falcon as Expedition Yacht Rescue Robot

18.08.2022
For expedition yacht Dapple a Saab Seaeye deep-rated Falcon robot has been chosen as a standby rescue resource for emergency recovery of their manned submersible.

Saab Seaeye at Goodwood's Festival of Speed

17.06.2022
Future Lab, the innovation pavilion at Goodwood’s Festival of Speed, 23 – 26 June 2022, is featuring Saab Seaeye’s pioneering underwater robotic technology. Goodwood says Future Lab presents “cutting edge new technologies that will change the way we live tomorrow”.

Falcon Best for Japan's Renewables Says Shibuya

10.06.2022
For Japan’s growing offshore renewable sector, Shibuya Diving Industry Ltd (SDI), chose another Saab Seaeye Falcon for their Falcon fleet. “As a diving company, an underwater robotic vehicle is a vital resource for extending our operational capability,” says Shibuya “and found the Falcon was the top choice globally amongst diving companies.”


Portuguese Navy Hydrography Training with EQS Falcon

29.04.2022
Training exercises aboard a Portuguese Navy hydrographic vessel have been completed by EQS (Environment Quality Services) using their Saab Seaeye Falcon robot. Teams from the Portuguese Hydrographic Institute and EQS undertook several exercises over three days on board the Portuguese Navy vessel Andrómeda, commanded by First Lieutenant Ribeiro de Carvalho, off the coast of Portugal.

Saab Seaeye: Intelligent Muscle at OTC

25.04.2022
A new extremely powerful and intelligent electric manipulator can be seen on Saab Seaeye’s Stand 1406 at the Ocean Technology Conference, Houston, 2 – 5 May 2022. The pioneering breakthrough is Saab Seaeye’s new eM1-7 seven-function all-electric work-class manipulator.

Breakthrough Robotics at Oceanology International

10.03.2022
Highlighted at Oceanology International in March is Saab Seaeye’s new eco-responsible all-electric work-class robot, eWROV. With the performance of a 250hp hydraulic work vehicle, eWROV is easier to operate, more precise, acoustically quieter, more reliable and needs less maintenance than hydraulic equivalents.

Intelligent Cougar for Japan's Offshore Renewables

03.03.2022
Japan’s growing offshore wind industry is gaining a Saab Seaeye Cougar XTi underwater robotic vehicle for cable burial inspection and other roles. Kaiyo Engineering has acquired the 2000m rated Cougar, incorporating intelligent control architecture, for deployment from a 250ton mother ship, the Kaiyo Maru.

Another Saab Seaeye Tiger-N ROV Goes Nuclear

20.01.2022
Built to survive in nuclear storage ponds, a sixth Saab Seaeye Tiger-N robot has been ordered for the Sellafield nuclear site. The sixth Seaeye Tiger-N joins a fleet of nuclear-environment enabled Seaeye Tiger-Ns, deployed to gather and sort, metre-long, 15kg radioactive fuel bars, for removal to long-term storage, among other roles.

First Decommissioning Underway in Africa

06.12.2021
Angola sees Africa’s first offshore oil platform decommissioning underway as EQS (Environment Quality Services) successfully deploys their Saab Seaeye Falcon for determining safer upcoming decommissioning operations.

Saab Seaeye's New Underwater Robot to Join Ocean Infinity's Armada

15.11.2021
A contract has been signed with launch customer Ocean Infinity for 10 of the latest Saab Seaeye underwater robots, supporting new jobs and site expansion.

Houston University's Falcon in Pipeline Leak Solution

09.11.2021
A breakthrough in leak risk detection at oil pipe flanges comes from research by the University of Houston using a Saab Seaeye Falcon robot as a development platform. Called SmartTouch, the solution involves integrating innovative robotic manipulator controls into the Falcon that provide multiple stress wave sensors for touch-based inspection of bolted joints, along with the latest structural health monitoring and inspection technologies. Video cameras and scanning sonars are also integrated into the system.
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