ODIM tapped for two automated ROV systems

ODIM has been awarded a contract worth about NOK 24 million (US $4 million) by an international customer.

The delivery comprises two automated ODIM LARS launch and recovery systems for remotely operated vehicles. The handling equipment is due for delivery respectively in first and second quarter 2011. 

The launch and recovery systems will handle ROVs being used in water depths up to 4,000 meters. 

The ODIM LARS systems are designed to handle the heaviest work class ROVs to depths exceeding 4000 m. Even as the deployed load goes beyond 20 Te, the ODIM LARS™ can still operate with a speed of 144 m/minute continuously. This is among the highest specifications in the business.

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