Subsea Inspection & Survey

Geo Oceans integrates new camera, sensor and manipulator technology onto small, powerful and agile ROVs to expand their capabilities to include inspection and survey services that were traditionally completed by larger ROVs or divers.

The small ROVs are efficient to mobilise, can be manually deployed from small vessels or large FPSOs and can operate in challenging weather conditions.

We research and develop new technology, particularly subsea tools that can help us improve the accuracy of our data and extend the operational limits and service capabilities of small ROVs. The tools include visual and non-destructive testing (NDT) inspection sensors, cleaning equipment and manipulators to control the sensors and stabilise the ROV to the structure.

Our inspection services

• asset integrity inspections
• inspection for class
• metrology and damage assessment
• seabed scour monitoring
• structure cleaning
• non-destructive testing
• coating condition assessment
• 3D modelling of inspected objects

Data outputs

• high definition video
• high resolution still images
• survey positioning
• fine scale measurements
• area and volume calculations
• 3D point clouds, surfaces and images

Latest News

National Reconciliation Week | Strengthening Bonds

As part of National reconciliation week Vertech Group were proud and humbled to welcome a local elder to present a traditional welcome to country, host a smoking ceremony and introduce the Koolangkas Kreate dance group in support of strengthening relationships and our bond between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and our...

Wednesday 5th June 2019

Change of Ownership for Vertech Group

Vertech Group and Sonomatic over the years have collaboratively delivered complex and specialised projects across the Asia pacific. As an evolution of this partnership Vertech Group and Sonomatic become part of the same family with Sonomatic’s parent company acquiring a majority shareholding in Vertech group which incorporates Vertech, GeoOceans and Vertech New Zealand...

Wednesday 5th June 2019