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Perth – Australian-headquartered Harvest Technology Group says it has secured its first order from Fugro Middle East (Fugro ME) for its hybrid Nodestream and RIS (Remote Inspection System) solution.

According to Harvest, the solution is designed as a self-contained, self-deployable system for Fugro worldwide to enhance its remote operations and deployed to support uncrewed surface vessel (USV) operations. To be.

Typically, a USV requires 12–16 cameras installed onboard for remote operation functionality, with continuous streaming requirements over satellite networks coming at a premium.

Harvest says that with its hybridized solution, the Fugro ME can use Nodestream proprietary technology for cost-effective remote 24/7, observation, navigation and live video streaming during transit periods; switch to RiS Premium features at will; or perform activities using both functionalities simultaneously, depending on the work area.

Fugro recently announced It deployed its USV Fugro Pegasus for sub-sea survey and inspection of the UAQ 3 platform on the UAE’s offshore Umm Al Quwain gas field for Chinese operator Atlantis.


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