Norwegian Diving Company Puts Falcon to Work

Norway’s Agder Dykk, is extending its scope of operations in the region with a new Saab Seaeye Falcon underwater robotic vehicle.

An early task for Agder Dykk’s Falcon is a survey of Norway’s harbours to provide data for the authorities on the status of sediment built up over decades of environmentally polluting activities.

In addition to this task, Agder Dykk will extend their Falcon’s role across a wide scope of operations in the region to include multibeam survey, construction work support and inspection of cables, pipes and moorings, together with inspection of infrastructure for the Norwegian authorities.

In pursuit of its activities the Falcon will be sent on underwater tasks in seawater, inland lakes and also rivers in the lowlands and at higher altitudes.

The Falcon will also be deployed in support of deep tunnel operations by Agder Dykk’s subsidiary company, Norwegian Tunnel Inspection, who specialise in ultra-long tunnel inspection at hydroelectric power plants.

Here, the Falcon will undertake stand-alone inspections and support the company’s own specialist deep tunnel ROV system.

Agder Dykk’s operational manager Leif Brunvoll, says they chose the Falcon for its trusted familiarity and because it is the right size vehicle for easy handling, with a flexible control architecture for fitting the wide range of tooling and sensors needed to undertake all the tasks envisaged.

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