“Argeo Listen” measures the strength of electromagnetic fields emitted from subsea objects in the water column or below the seafloor.
Zinc sacrificial anodes are used to protect pipelines and subsea installations from corrosion. The anodes corrode in stead of the pipeline and needs to be replaced from time to time. By flying Argeo’s AUV over the pipe Argeo Listen measures and identifies the condition of these anodes from the strength of the electromagnetic field. The measurements can be used to determine the need for replacement.
Cable Inspection and positioning
By flying Argeo’s AUV over the seafloor Argeo Listen can localize electrical cables that have been buried or exposed by shifting sand dunes on the seabed. The tool pinpoints the cable’s position including burial depth, in real time. Repeated surveys can be used to predict future trends in cable positioning movements and changes in burial depths.
Argeo Listen integrated in SeaRaptor
A gamechanger for pipeline inspection of cathodic protection system
- Contactless inspection up to 8 times faster than conventional ROV methods
- Up-to 150 km of pipeline inspection per day
- Deliver high density measurements
- Data analysis during field operations
- Both pipelines buried and on seafloor
- Simultaneous data acquisition from other sensors
Asker and Bergen, 27 September 2023: – Argeo, a global leader in robotic and digital solutions for the ocean space, and Shearwater GeoServices Holding, a global provider of geophysical marine seismic acquisition and processing services, have entered a strategic...
The company will present a market update and the new Hugin AUV fleet expansion announced this morning, the technological leadership position of Argeo, the emerging marine minerals market and the exciting future ahead.
Argeo confirms Letter of Intent for an agreement for the purchase of two Hugin Superior AUVs and one Hugin 6000 AUV. “Following this expansion, Argeo will have the most advanced AUV fleet worldwide”, says Argeo’s CEO, Trond Crantz.